folk

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İngilizce - Türkçe
halk

Halk müziğinden hoşlanırdım. - I used to like folk music.

Benim abim yaklaşık 12 yaşındayken Japon halk şarkılarına ilgi duymaya başladı. - My older brother started to take interest in Japanese folk songs when he was around 12 years old.

folklor

Bu akademik bildiride, Almanya ve Hollanda folklorlarını karşılaştırıyorum. - In this paper, I compare the folklores of Germany and Holland.

O, okullarda kullanım için bir Japon folklor antolojisi derledi. - He compiled a Japanese folklore anthology for use in schools.

{i} ahali
{i} millet

Size yardım edebilir miyim millet? - Can I help you folks?

Ben hemen döneceğim, millet. - I'll be right back, folks.

folklore halkın malı olan gelenek
(sıfat) halk
{i} halk müziği

Halk müziğiyle çok ilgileniyorum. - I'm very interested in folk music.

İrlanda halk müziğiyle çok ilgileniyorum. - I'm very interested in Irish folk music.

{i} insanlar

Bu insanlara bazı içecekler alın. - Get these folks some drinks.

Hollanda halk biliminde kabouterler yer altında yaşayan minik insanlardır. - In Dutch folklore, kabouters are tiny people who live underground.

aile
{i} ırk
ana baba
{i} çoğ., k.dili. akrabalar, aile, ana baba
kavim
akrabalar
inanç
folk
âdet
halkbilg
folk dance halk oyunu
atasözü ve masallar
folk literature halk edebiyatı
kimseler
dili akraba
adet
folk dance
halk oyunu

O birçok halk oyunu biliyor. - He knows many folk dances.

folk dancer
folklorcu
folk poem
deyiş
folk singer
türkücü
folk song
deyiş
folk art
halk sanatı
folk dancer
halk dansçısı
folk dancing
halk dansı
folk etymology
halk etimolojisi
folk etymology
halk kökenbilimi
folk music
halk müziği

Tom halk müziği ile çok ilgileniyor. - Tom is very interested in folk music.

Halk müziğiyle çok ilgileniyorum. - I'm very interested in folk music.

folk singer
halk türkücüsü
folk singer
halk türküleri sanatçısı
folk song
halk türküsü
folk dances
halk oyunları
folk dancing
Folklor oyunu, halk oyunu
folk festival
halk festivali
folk lore
halk lore
folk music
(Muzik) (Veya traditional music) Halk müziği
folk narrator
halk anlatıcı
folk song
türkü

Birçok türküler toplumsal problemler hakkındaydı. - Many folk songs were about social problems.

Bu türkülerin hepsini sevmiyorum. - I don't like all of these folk songs.

folk story
Halk hikayesi
folk tale
Halk masalı
folk wisdom
Özdeyiş
folk wisdom
Halk deyişi
folk dance
halk dansı

O birçok halk dansını bilir. - She knows many folk dances.

folk devils
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) halkın şeytanları
folk etymology
(Dilbilim) benzetim kökenlemesi
folk etymology
(Dilbilim) yanlış kökenleme
folk healer
(Tıp) halk hekimi
folk healer
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) alternatif hekim
folk healer
(Tıp) alternatif-geleneksel hekim
folk hero syndrome
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) halk kahramanı sendromu
folk instrument with three double strings
bağlama
folk literature
halk edebiyatı
folk literature
(Eğitim) sözlü hak edebiyatı
folk music
folk müziği
folk outfit
yerel kıyafet
folk outfit
yöresel kıyafet
folk psychiatry
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) halk psikiyatrisi
folk remedy
kocakarı ilacı
folk speech
halk dili
folk speech
halkdili
folks
{i} arkadaşlar

Tom'un arkadaşları nerede? - Where are Tom's folks?

Acele etmeyin, arkadaşlar. - Take your time, folks.

folk song
halk şarkısı
a kind of folk dance
bar
folks
halk

Halk birlik içinde çalışır. - Folks are pulling together.

Senin ev halkı nerede yaşıyor? - Where do your folks live?

folks
akraba
folks
kimseler
turkish folk dances
(Eğitim) türk halk oyunları
turkish folk literature
türk halk edebiyatı
turkish folk music
(Muzik) türk halk müziği
folks
{i} ev halkı

Senin ev halkı nerede yaşıyor? - Where do your folks live?

folks
{i} insanlar

Siz insanlarla çalışmak bir zevkti. - It was a pleasure working with you folks.

Bu insanlara bazı içecekler alın. - Get these folks some drinks.

folks
millet

Size yardım edebilir miyim millet? - Can I help you folks?

Orada bekleyin, millet. - Hang in there, folks.

perform a folk dance
folk dansı yap
common folk
ortak halk
country folk
köylü
play folk dance
folklor oynamak
poor folk
insancıklar
traditional folk music
(Muzik) Geleneksel halk müziği

I like traditional folk music.

a kind of solo folk dance
çiftetelli
country folk
taşra halkı
folks
{i} yakınlar

Bu yıl Noel için yakınlara gidiyoruz. - We're going to my folks for Christmas this year.

folks
insanlar/millet
jewish folk literature
yahudi halk edebiyatı
leader of a folk ritual
aynaz
perform a folk dance
folk dansı yapmak
sociology of folk
folk sosyolojisi
turkish folk dancing
türk halk dansları
turkish folk poetry
türk halk şiiri
turkish folk songs
türk halk şarkıları
Türkçe - Türkçe
Halk
folk müziği
Halk müziği
folk müziği
Özellikle II. Dünya Savaşından sonra Amerika'da başlayan halk şarkılarından esinlenen müzik
folk sanatçısı
Halk müziği ile uğraşan veya söyleyen sanatçı
İngilizce - İngilizce
A particular group of people
Of or pertaining to the inhabitants of a land, their culture, tradition, or history
The inhabitants of a region especially the native inhabitants
People in general
One’s relatives especially one’s parents
Folk music
Of or pertaining to common people as opposed to ruling classes or elites
A grouping of smaller peoples or tribes as a nation
{n} people, mankind, mortals, nations
folk can also be used as the plural form for meaning 1
You can refer to people as folk or folks. Country folk can tell you that there are certain places which animals avoid old folks. = people
{s} of people; traditional
{i} people; people who share a common background or way of life (i.e. country folk); cultural or ethnic group
You can refer to your close family, especially your mother and father, as your folks. I've been avoiding my folks lately
Of the people; originally coined for European peasants; refers to the art, music, and lore of ordinary people, as contrasted with the "high" art or "classic" art of the European elites
People in general, or a separate class of people; generally used in the plural form, and often with a qualifying adjective; as, the old folks; poor folks
Latin, vulg' (the common people); German, volk; Dutch, volch; Saxon, folc; Danish, folk Folk and vulgar are variants of the same word
Folk art and customs are traditional or typical of a particular community or nation. traditional Chinese folk medicine
the traditional and typically anonymous music that is an expression of the life of people in a community
One's relatives especially one's parents
In Anglo-Saxon times, the people of a group of townships or villages; a community; a tribe
people in general; "they're just country folk"; "the common people determine the group character and preserve its customs from one generation to the next"
The persons of one's own family; as, our folks are all well
a social division of (usually preliterate) people
Of or pertaining to the folk of a land, their culture, tradition or history
Folk can be used to describe something that relates to the beliefs and opinions of ordinary people. Jack was a folk hero in the Greenwich Village bars. folk art folk dance folk music folk psychology
You can use folks as a term of address when you are talking to several people. This is it, folks: the best record guide in the business
Folk music is music which is traditional or typical of a particular community or nation. Irish folk music. Folk is also a noun. a variety of music including classical, jazz, and folk
people descended from a common ancestor; "his family has lived in Massachusetts since the Mayflower"
volk
folk dance
Any dance traditionally performed by the common people of a specific region
folk devil
A person or type of person blamed by the public for various ills, as during a moral panic

It may be true, as Fred Robinson, a senior researcher at Newcastle University said, Many people view Mrs. Thatcher as a kind of folk devil..

folk devils
plural form of folk devil
folk etymologies
plural form of folk etymology
folk etymology
Such a misunderstanding; a false etymology that incorrectly explains the origin of a word
folk etymology
A modification of a word resulting from a misunderstanding of its etymology, as with island, belfry, and hangnail
folk hero
Culture. A hero, in reality or mythology, who is loathed by the rich and powerful but idolized by the common people, often stealing from or rebelling against the former to make life better for the latter

Convicted killer Devin Moore is considered a folk hero by the disillusioned youth and the gaming populace.

folk house
A folk house is a term for the common houses in America. They are usually noted for the design in the front and interior of the house. These houses are usually owned by the averaged payed Americans
folk music
any genre of music originating from the ethnic community of a specific region; often not recorded, but passed down orally
folk music
contemporary music in the style of traditional folk music
folk rock
A subgenre of rock music combining elements of folk music
folk singer
Alternative spelling of folksinger, someone who sings folk music
folk singers
plural form of folk singer
folk song
A song in this style which may have been written in recent times
folk song
A song originating among the working people of urban and rural areas, and handed by oral tradition
folk songs
plural form of folk song
folk-etymologize
to explain the etymology of a word as folk etymology
folk-etymologize
to introduce or develop a folk etymology
folk-rock
A music genre combining element of folk music and rock music
folk-lore
the traditions, beliefs, and customs of the common people
folk medicine
Traditional medicine as practiced by nonprofessional healers or embodied in local custom or lore, generally involving the use of natural and especially herbal remedies
folk Mass
A Mass in which folk music is used as part of the service instead of liturgical music
folk art
genre of art of unknown origin that reflects traditional values of a society
folk art
Art produced in a traditional fashion by peasants, seamen, country artisans, or tradespeople with no formal training, or by members of a social or ethnic group that has preserved its traditional culture. It is predominantly functional, typically produced by hand for use by the maker or by a small group or community. Paintings are usually incorporated as decorative features on clock faces, chests, chairs, and interior and exterior walls. Sculptural objects in wood, stone, and metal include toys, spoons, candlesticks, and religious items. Folk architecture may include public and residential buildings, such as eastern European wooden churches and U.S. frontier log cabins. Other examples of visual folk arts are woodcuts, scrimshaw, pottery, textiles, and traditional clothing
folk dance
a style of dancing that originated among ordinary people (not in the royal courts)
folk dance
perform a folk-dance
folk dance
a traditional dance from a particular area, or a piece of music for this dance dancer. Dance that has developed without a choreographer and that reflects the traditional life of the common people of a country or region. The term was coined in the 18th century and is sometimes used to distinguish between dances of the people and those of the aristocracy. Courtly and formal dances of the 16th-20th centuries often developed from folk dances; these include the gavotte, gigue, mazurka, minuet, polka, samba, tango, and waltz. See also country dance; hula; morris dance; square dance; sword dance; tap dance
folk dance
dance originating from and passed down by the common people of a country or region
folk dancer
someone who does folk dances
folk dances
ethnic dances, traditional dances of the common people of a country
folk dancing
dancing originating from and passed down by the common people of a country or region
folk dancing
a style of dancing that originated among ordinary people (not in the royal courts)
folk etymology
Change in the form of a word or phrase resulting from a mistaken assumption about its composition or meaning, as in shamefaced for earlier shamfast, "bound by shame," or cutlet from French côtelette, "little rib
folk etymology
a popular but erroneous etymology
folk hero
someone who people in a particular place admire very much because of something they have done
folk linguistics
Popular belief or speculation about how language is used
folk literature
traditional stories (of a people, tribe, or other group)
folk lore
Tales, legends, or superstitions long current among the people
folk magic
The practice of using charms, spells, or rituals to attempt to control natural or chance events or to influence the behavior or emotions of others
folk music
Usually, music of unknown origin, transmitted orally and enjoyed by the general population Today the term is applied to some popular music that has the style or flavour of a folk art
folk music
the traditional and typically anonymous music that is an expression of the life of people in a community
folk music
Music made by folk (whomever they may be)
folk music
music originating from and passed down by the common people of a country or region
folk music
Music held to be typical of a nation or ethnic group, known to all segments of its society, and preserved usually by oral tradition. Knowledge of the history and development of folk music is largely conjectural. Musical notation of folk songs and descriptions of folk music culture are occasionally encountered in historical records, but these tend to reflect primarily the literate classes' indifference or even hostility. As Christianity expanded in medieval Europe, attempts were made to suppress folk music because of its association with heathen rites and customs, and uncultivated singing styles were denigrated. During the Renaissance, new humanistic attitudes encouraged acceptance of folk music as a genre of rustic antique song, and composers made extensive use of the music; folk tunes were often used as raw material for motets and masses, and Protestant hymns borrowed from folk music. In the 17th century folk music gradually receded from the consciousness of the literate classes, but in the late 18th century it again became important to art music. In the 19th century, folk songs came to be considered a "national treasure," on a par with cultivated poetry and song. National and regional collections were published, and the music became a means of promoting nationalistic ideologies. Since the 1890s, folk music has been collected and preserved by mechanical recordings. Publications and recordings have promoted wide interest, making possible the revival of folk music where traditional folk life and folklore are moribund. After World War II, archives of field recordings were developed throughout the world. While research has usually dealt with "authentic" (i.e., older) material not heavily influenced by urban popular music and the mass media, the influence of singer-songwriters such as Woody Guthrie, Pete Seeger, Joan Baez, and Bob Dylan expanded the genre to include original music that largely retains the form and simplicity of traditional compositions
folk music
1 Music that originates among the common people of a nation or region and is spread about or passed down orally It is characterized by simple melodies
folk music
usually music of unknown origin, transmitted orally and enjoyed by the general population Today the term is applied to some popular music that has the style or flavor of folk art
folk poet
a folk writer who composes in verse
folk psychology
Ways of conceptualizing mind and the mental that are implicit in our ordinary, everyday attributions of mental states to ourselves and others. Philosophers have adopted different positions about the extent to which folk psychology and its generalizations (e.g., those portraying human actions as governed by intention) are supported by the findings of scientific psychology. Some consider it indispensible to understanding human conduct. Others ("eliminative materialists") think that it can and perhaps will be replaced by scientific psychology
folk singer
a singer of folk songs
folk singer
{i} singer of folk songs
folk song
popular, often anonymous sung lyrics that may be passed on by word-of-mouth originally before being compiled by scholars into literary collections
folk song
song originating from and passed down by the common people of a country or region
folk song
shoddy
folk song
a song of unknown authorship passed orally from generation to generation A folk song usually deals with things of daily life; it is often heard with slightly changed melody or words Accompaniments may be added to folk songs, but they are not an integral part as are the accompaniments of the art song
folk song
a song that is traditionally sung by the common people of a region and forms part of their culture
folk song
A folk song is a traditional song that is typical of a particular community or nation
folk tale
story originating from and passed down by the common people of a country or region (usually transmitted orally)
folk writer
a writer of folktales
anti-folk
A style of music derived from folk music but with a self-mocking or ironic twist
folks
plural form of folk
folks
The members of one's household; especially one's parents and immediate family

My folks visit us at Christmas.

folks
People in general; everybody or anybody

Lots of folks like to travel during the holidays.

there's nowt so queer as folk
Nothing is as strange, as odd as people can be
folks
{n} people, mankind, mortals, nations
folks
The persons of one's own family; as, our folks are all well
folks
plural of folk
folks
People in general, or a separate class of people; generally used in the plural form, and often with a qualifying adjective; as, the old folks; poor folks
folks
In Anglo-Saxon times, the people of a group of townships or villages; a community; a tribe
folks
your parents; "he wrote to his folks every day
folks
The members of ones household; especially ones parents and immediate family
folks
{i} people; people who share a common background or way of life (i.e. country folk); one's family (Informal); one's parents (Informal)
folks
your parents; "he wrote to his folks every day"
old folk
'old .folks old people - an expression used when talking about old people in a kind way
simple folk
simple people
folk