Definition of Folkmotes

1. Noun. (plural of folkmote) ¹



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Definition of Folkmotes

1. folkmote [n] - See also: folkmote

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Folkmotes

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

Literary usage of Folkmotes

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1. Munimenta Gildhallæ Londoniensis: Liber albus, Liber custumarum, et Liber Horn by Henry Thomas Riley, John Carpenter, London Guildhall, Great Britain Public Record Office, British Library (1862)
"There are three principal folkmotes in the year. ... If any man of London neglects to attend at one of these three folkmotes, he is to forfeit forty ..."

2. Munimenta Gildhallæ Londoniensis: Liber albus, Liber custumarum, et Liber Horn by Henry Thomas Riley, John Carpenter, London Guildhall, Great Britain Public Record Office, British Library (1862)
"There are three principal folkmotes in the year. ... If any man of London neglects to attend at one of these three folkmotes, he is to forfeit forty ..."

3. Liber Albus: The White Book of the City of London by John Carpenter, Henry Thomas Riley (1861)
"Of holding the folkmotes. There are three principal ... If any man of London neglects to attend at one of these three folkmotes, he is to forfeit forty ..."

4. A Survey of London by John Stow (1908)
"For early (twelfth century) regulations on the chief folkmotes, viz. at Michaelmas to ... For folkmotes at Paul's Cross see i. 331, and note on next page. ..."

5. Lives of the Queens of England, from the Norman Conquest: With Anecdotes of by Agnes Strickland, Elizabeth Strickland (1840)
"This work marks the important incident of the folkmotes, which were used by the king to excite turbulence in the city against the magistrates who had ..."

6. The Port Folio by Joseph Dennie (1822)
"The rights of holding frequent folkmotes on all occasions is the very basis of king Edward's laws;* and these popular assemblies (whilst due order was ..."

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