Definition of Folkmoots

1. Noun. (plural of folkmoot) ¹



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Definition of Folkmoots

1. folkmoot [n] - See also: folkmoot

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Folkmoots

folklands
folklife
folklike
folklives
folklore
folklores
folkloric
folklorically
folklorish
folklorist
folkloristic
folkloristically
folkloristics
folklorists
folkmoot
folkmoots (current term)
folkmot
folkmote
folkmotes
folkmots
folknik
folkniks
folkred
folkrede
folks
folksier
folksiest
folksily
folksiness
folksinesses

Literary usage of Folkmoots

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. A History of England and Greater Britain by Arthur Lyon Cross (1914)
"Each shire had an assembly, or moot, in which the procedure was much the same as in the earlier folkmoots, except that judicial business, at least in some ..."

2. The Publications of the Selden Society by Selden Society (1906)
"There are three chief folkmoots in the year. ... If any man of London neglects any of these three folkmoots, he is in the king's forfeiture up to 40s. ..."

3. The People's Law: Or, Popular Participation in Law-making from Ancient Folk by Charles Sumner Lobingier (1909)
"1 Gomme, "Primitive folkmoots," 35 et seq. 3 Jenks, "Law and Politics in the ... Gomme, " Primitive folkmoots," 35. Of the early folkmoot in this region, ..."

4. The People's Law: Or, Popular Participation in Law-making from Ancient Folk by Charles Sumner Lobingier (1909)
"572, S?8, SQ°- * Gomme, " Primitive folkmoots," 35. Of the early folkmoot in this region, Green says: "Here new settlers were admitted to the freedom of the ..."

5. The Antiquary (1887)
"... I think, that the cumulative evidence as to open-air assemblies in Great Britain, which was produced in my book on Primitive folkmoots, was sufficient ..."

6. The Governance of London: Studies on the Place Occupied by London in English by George Laurence Gomme (1907)
"There were three chief folkmoots during the year, and they are described as ... Any Londoner who neglects three folkmoots is in the king's forfeiture for ..."

7. Antiquary: A Magazine Devoted to the Study of the Past by Edward Walford, John Charles Cox, George Latimer Apperson (1887)
"... I think, that the cumulative evidence as to open-air assemblies in Great Britain, which was produced in my book on Primitive folkmoots, ..."

8. The Governance of London: Studies on the Place Occupied by London in English by George Laurence Gomme (1907)
"There were three chief folkmoots during the year, and they are described as ... Any Londoner who neglects three folkmoots is in the king's forfeiture for ..."

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