Relatives. Can refer to just parents or entire immediate family; sometimes even to extended family. Most commonly heard in the Southern and Midwestern heartland of the U.S.
So are your folks coming over for Easter, or are you gonna go visit them?
A nation under the 6 point star of David, reps the pitchforks and swords and canes going down. The arch rival of people nation sets. Folks consist of GD, BD, LRZ,MLD, IGD, and others. colors are Black, White, Grey, and Baby Blue, not to be confused with dark blue which crips wear.
how can someone hurt my folks when they are close to me?
an alliance of many gangs. they are aligned against the people gang alliance. they rep the pitchfork and the 6 point star and usually wear black, white and sometimes blue.
Folks ride people die.
Are you down with the Folks?
Gangster Disciples claim Folks.
In Britain, a long-standing musical tradition spanning hundreds (if not thousands) of years.
Folk music can involve many types of instrument - stereotypically violin, melodion / piano accordion, penny whistle, bodhrans (lap-drums played with a double-ended beater) and bagpipes (not loud Highland bagpipes, but quieter Irish and lowland types). Other common folk instruments include the washboard (played with thimbles), harp, hammer dulcimer, cello, double bass and acoustic guitar.
Folk has traditionally been played only in the back rooms of pubs / bars (these gatherings are called "sessions"), in folk clubs or in a great many small folk festivals held yearly across the UK. However, folk music has become much more popular recently and "new wave" folk artists (as opposed to traditional folk artists) are now playing big concerts.
New wave folk artists include Seth Lakeman, Kate Rusby, Eliza Carthy and Bellowhead.
Old-school traditional folk artists include The Chieftains, The Dubliners, The Pogues and the Waterson & Carthy Family.
Folkie: Hey, do you want to come down to the folk club tonight? Spiers and Boden are playing - they're totally crazy. I caught them at Beverley folk festival last summer.
Folkie 2: Yay, folk for teh win!
Normal person: Freaks
p. noun: People, not necessarily related, to whom you are close.
"I didn't know you and T-Roy were folks."
"The Bwoys? They're my folks since back in the day."
Anybody you cool with enough to trust like family
what up folk?!
Dude, my folks are asleep.