Definition of womanfolk
1 chiefly dialectal : woman
2 womenfolk also womanfolk or womenfolks plural : the women of a group (as a family or community) get the womenfolk off to the hills — E. M. Forster
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Origin and Etymology of womanfolk
2woman + folk
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