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Definition of folks


  • a friend or associate, (mainly used with males).

    Last edited on Oct 07 2003. Submitted by Ciara V. on Oct 07 2003.

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Definitions include: Good or close friend.
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Definitions include: See also my boy.
Definitions include: a friend who one isn't dating but "bangs" (i.e. has sex with); "friend with benefits".
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Definitions include: a word used to acknowledge a friend.

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Other terms relating to 'folk':

Definitions include: Is used as a greeting.
Definitions include: the police or the "po-po" originated from Harlem.

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