Meaning of folkloristic in English:


Pronunciation /fəʊklɔˈrɪstɪk/


See folklore

‘The limerick is a fixed-phrase folkloristic genre, meaning that the reciter performs a given text exactly verbatim each time s/he narrates it.’
  • ‘It additionally contributes important new pieces to the anthropological and folkloristic study of many different segments of Northern Irish society.’
  • ‘The story is about cultural beliefs, which are the essence of folkloristic transmission.’
  • ‘This helped to change folkloristic notions of authenticity.’
  • ‘His style varies from modern to folkloristic, but his colors are always bright and fresh.’