Definition of pseudo-folk in English:

pseudo-folk

adjective

  • That pretends to be part of a folk-tradition; imitatively or spuriously folk.

Origin

1930s; earliest use found in The Times. From pseudo- + folk.

Pronunciation

pseudo-folk

/ˈs(j)uːdəʊˌfəʊk//ˌs(j)uːdəʊˈfəʊk/