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folk hero [female]Volksheldin {f}
folk history Volksgeschichte {f}
folk instrumentVolksinstrument {n}
folk legend Volkssage {f}
folk literature Volksliteratur {f}
folk literatureVolksdichtung {f}
folk literature Volkspoesie {f}
folk massGemeindesingmesse {f}
folk medicineVolksmedizin {f}
folk medicine Volksheilkunde {f}
folk memorymündliche Überlieferung {f}
folk music Folkmusik {f} [bes. angelsächsische und skandinavische]
folk musicFolk-Musik {f} [bes. angelsächsische und skandinavische]
folk music Folkloremusik {f}
folk music [esp. contemporary or revival, English language one]Folk {m}
folk music [played by a small lineup] [esp. in Austria and Southern Germany] Stubenmusik {f} [österr.] [südd.] [Volksmusik in kleiner Besetzung]
folk music [traditional]Volksmusik {f}
folk music eventVolksmusikveranstaltung {f}
folk music fan Volksmusikfan {m}
folk musicianVolksmusiker {m}
folk musicians [traditional music] Volksmusikanten {pl}
folk mythVolksmythos {m}
folk playVolksstück {n}
folk playsVolksstücke {pl}
folk poet Volksdichter {m}
folk poetry Volksdichtung {f}
folk poetryVolkspoesie {f}
folk psychology Volkspsychologie {f}
folk psychologyAlltagspsychologie {f}
folk psychology [esp. Wilhelm Wundt]Völkerpsychologie {f} [bes. Wilhelm Wundt]
folk religionVolksglaube {m} [selten auch: Volksglauben]
folk religionVolksreligion {f}
folk remedy Volksheilmittel {n}
folk remedyVolksmittel {n} [österr.] [selten] [Hausmittel]
folk saying Bauernregel {f}
folk singer Folksänger {m}
folk singer [female]Folksängerin {f}
folk singer [female] [traditional folk music] Volkssängerin {f}
folk singer [traditional folk music] Volkssänger {m}
folk song Volkslied {n}
folk song Folksong {m}
folk song [traditional]Volksgesang {m}
folk song collection Volksliedsammlung {f}
folk song researcherVolksliedforscher {m}
folk song theme Volksliedthema {n} [bes. musikalisches Thema]
folk songs Volkslieder {pl}
folk story Volkserzählung {f}
folk superstitionVolksaberglaube {m}
folk taleVolkssage {f}
folk tale Volksmärchen {n}
folk tales Volkssagen {pl}
folk tales volkstümliche Erzählungen {pl}
folk theater [Am.] Volkstheater {n}
folk tune Volksweise {f}
folk wisdom Volksweisheit {f}
FolkboatFolkeboot {n}
folkdomVolkstum {n}
Folkestone Folkestone {n}
Folketing [Danish parliament] Folketing {n} [dänisches Parlament]
folk-etymological volksetymologisch
folkie [coll.] [also: folky] Folkie {m} [selten] [Folksänger oder -musiker oder -fan]
folklife studies {pl} Volkskunde {f}
folk-like [traditional] volkstümlich
folklike song volkstümliches Lied {n}
folkloreVolkstum {n}
folklore Folklore {f}
folklore studies {pl}Volkskunde {f}
folkloric folkloristisch
folkloric volkskundlich
folkloric volkstümlich
folkloric blouse Folklorebluse {f}
folkloric dressFolklorekleid {n}
folkloric shirtFolklorehemd {n}
folkloric skirt Folklorerock {m}
folklorismFolklorismus {m}
folklorist Folklorist {m}
folklorist Volkskundler {m}
folklorist [female] Volkskundlerin {f}
folkloristic volkskundlich
folkloristic folkloristisch
folks [Am.] [coll.] Eltern {pl}
folks [coll.]Leutlein {pl} [veraltend]
folks [coll.] [people]Leute {pl}
folks [coll.] [people]Leutchen {pl} [ugs.] [Leute]
folksier geselliger
folksinessGeselligkeit {f}
folksongVolkslied {n}
folksy volkstümlich
folksy volkstümelnd
folksy gesellig
folksy [Am.] herzlich
folksy [furniture]rustikal
folksy traditionalism [in a pej. sense] Volkstümelei {f} [pej.]
[folksy popular music genre, esp. in German speaking countries]volkstümliche Musik {f} [kommerzialisierte, sogenannte Volksmusik]
folktaleVolkserzählung {f}
folktale Volksmärchen {n}
folktalesvolkstümliche Erzählungen {pl}
folkway [Am.] Brauch {m} [Volksbrauch, Familienbrauch]
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