Plurality of persons considered as a whole, from a government perspective.
Your native ways are not for the volk to live by.
All volk have crosses, and this is one of mine.
He constantly vowed he would die for the volk.
They are so pleasant like, that people never thinks they can be as bad as other volk.
Mr. V. ordered Auta Gert to call all the 'volk' together as he had something to tell them.
Our family are true volk.
Why, 'tis a great public dinner of the gentle-people and such like leading volk-wi 'theMayor in the chair.
I only wish his volk were on my farm-outthey should go, or I would know the reason why.
Well done, young married volk!
No doubt a mampus of volk of our own rank will be down here in their carriages as soon as 'tis known.
Nonetheless Terre'Blanche saw Vorster's secret contacts with such a leader of black African opinion as a liberal betrayal of the Afrikaner volk.
But it must be remembered that Het Volk numbers many British adherents.
Volk said he received a grant from Kaiser Permanente to study Truvada users.
The dismantling job was done by Albert Volk Co. View Article
While in Chicago, sculptor Leonard Volk asked him to sit for a bust.
Volk said they apparently work well, opening locks in seconds.