folknik

[fohk-nik]
noun Slang.
a devotee or performer of folk music.

Origin:
1965–70, Americanism; folk (music) + -nik

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In the word folknik, for example, the suffix nik is added to the word folk in a way that it reminds us of the word beatnik.
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