Definition of foot folk in English:

foot folk

noun

  • 1Foot soldiers, infantry.

  • 2People who travel on foot; pedestrians.

Usage

Chiefly in singular (treated as plural). Somewhat rare in later use

Origin

Middle English; earliest use found in The Chronicle of Robert of Gloucester. From foot + folk.

Pronunciation

foot folk

/ˈfʊt fəʊk/