English is rife with words that mean "nonsense," and "folderol" is one of the many. Though not the most common of the words for nonsense, it's been around since 1820 and is still heard today. "Folderol" comes from "fol-de-rol" (or "fal-de-ral"), which used to be a nonsense refrain in songs, much like "tra-la-la.".What is the meaning of folderol?
folderol (countable and uncountable, plural folderols) (uncountable) Nonsense or foolishness. (countable) A decorative object of little value; a trifle or gewgaw.What does Fol-de-Rol mean?
What does Fol-de-Rol mean? fol-de-rol (plural fol-de-rols) Alternative form of A gaudy thing of little value; a trinket. Nonsense. Excessive efforts expended on a something trivial; much ado about nothing. What does Falderal mean? Falderal, fl'der-al, n. a meaningless refrain in songs: any kind of flimsy trifle-also Fol'derol and Fal de rol.