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Southern/hillbillie term for 'family.' Derived from kin (family) and folk (people, esp. common people).
"Kinfolk said, 'Jed move away from there.'" - The Ballad of Jed Clampett
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In Alabama, your sister, your best friend, your lover, and the mother of your kids.
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blood relatives; usually used to describe members of one's extended and distant family.
I'm going to visit our kinfolk in the country.
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An archaic word meaning "family". This is mostly unused in modern times, except for in certain backwoods regions of the nation (south of the Mason-Dixon line), where society has become stagnant and inbred.
I tol' you how many times Jimmy Dean, taint right to go fornicatin' wit' animals. Y'all s'posed to do that wit' yor kinfolk.
by J W Fokker October 17, 2003
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