folkloric (adj.) 1883, from FOLKLORE (Cf. folklore) + -IC (Cf. -ic).

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  • folkloric — ˈ ̷ ̷ˌlōrik, ˌlȯr , rēk adjective : of, resembling, or characteristic of folklore a folkloric competition in which nearly a hundred couples dance the fandango Holiday folkloric music …   Useful english dictionary

  • folkloric — folklorically, adv. /fohk lawr ik, lohr /, adj. based on or resembling folklore: folkloric music. [1880 85; FOLKLORE + IC] * * * …   Universalium

  • folkloric — adjective Of, pertaining to, or having the character of folklore. a folkloric narrative …   Wiktionary

  • folkloric — folklore ► NOUN ▪ the traditional beliefs, stories, and customs of a community, passed on by word of mouth. DERIVATIVES folkloric adjective folklorist noun …   English terms dictionary

  • folkloric — adjective see folklore …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • folklòric — folk|lò|ric Mot Pla Adjectiu variable …   Diccionari Català-Català

  • folkloric — adj. of or pertaining to folklore, of or pertaining to the stories beliefs and customs of different ethnic or social groups …   English contemporary dictionary

  • folkloric — folk·lor·ic …   English syllables

  • folkloric — /foʊkˈlɒrɪk/ (say fohk lorik) adjective of or relating to, or part of, a folk tradition …   Australian English dictionary

  • Folkloric musical —    Music is one of the cultural manifestations of national identity, and this accounts for the centrality of this particular variety of musical film featuring types of songs and dances closely associated with Spain: copla, pasodoble, flamenco,… …   Guide to cinema

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