Meaning of folkloric in English:



See folklore

‘This instrument is deeply and lovingly ingrained into the folkloric traditions of its people.’
  • ‘No analysis connects themes to their historical context, literary tropes, or traditional folkloric continuums.’
  • ‘The Congo is rich in folkloric tradition, and generalizations are difficult in a country with dozens of ethnic groups.’
  • ‘Each band chooses a historical, cultural, fantastic, or folkloric theme.’
  • ‘This becomes a sort of folkloric knowledge, and it's what many people will be basing their impressions of the Smith case upon.’