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volk

/ fɒlk /

noun

  1. the people or nation, esp the nation of Afrikaners


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Word History and Origins

Origin of volk1

Afrikaans

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Example Sentences

That night Perkins sent an email to Volk, two ABC publicists, and Wind describing what happened as a “very minor incident.”

Satisfied that Ganzel, Shaw, and Leifer were all telling the same story, Volk concluded the matter was resolved.

From their first flirtation, Brendan and Jennifer Volk knew what they were getting themselves into.

Zunser's verschiedene Volkslieder, welche wer'en gesungen vun'm Volk mit sejere Melodien.

To music of a rare sweet gravity Sachs invites the "volk" to hearken to the song when given by the man who composed it.

Um might go talking on the volk up to cottage; and Zak would be for goin' up with one of his cards parraventur.

Mr. Volk arrived in Springfield on the day of Lincoln's nomination, and had some unusually interesting conversation with him.

Returning to the visit with Lincoln at Springfield on the day of his nomination, Mr. Volk says.

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