Folklore

Traditional sayings, cures, faerie tales, and folk wisdom of a particular locale which is separate from their mythology.

Folklore

Folklore (or lore) consists of legends, music, oral history, proverbs, jokes, popular beliefs, fairy tales, stories, tall tales, and customs included in the traditions of a culture, subculture, or group. It also includes the set of practices through which those expressive genres are shared. The study of folklore is sometimes called folkloristics, ...
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Folklore

• Alt. of Folk lore
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folklore

noun the unwritten literature (stories and proverbs and riddles and songs) of a culture
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Folklore

[horse] Breeders` Cup wins:Breeders` Cup Juvenile Fillies (2005) |awards = Champion Juvenile Filly (2005) |honours = |updated= Folklore (2003 - ) is a retired American Thoroughbred racing filly. In 2005, she won the Breeders` Cup Juvenile Fillies and won an Eclipse Award for champion juvenile filly of 2005. She won the Matron Stakes by four...
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Folklore

[video game] Folklore, known in Japan as lit. `FolksSoul -Lost Folklore-` is an action role-playing video game developed by Game Republic and published by Sony Computer Entertainment. The game is set in Ireland and the Celtic Otherworld of Irish Mythology, it centers around a young woman named Ellen, and a journalist named Keats, both playa...
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Folklore

Folk'lore` noun , or Folk' lore` Tales, legends, or superstitions long current among the people. Trench.
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folklore

Folk tales, customs and beliefs of a national or racial group.
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folklore

folklore, the body of customs, legends, beliefs, and superstitions passed on by oral tradition. It includes folk dances, folk songs, folk medicine (the use of magical charms and herbs), and folktales (myths, rhymes, and proverbs). The study of folklore emerged significantly in the 19th cent., partly...
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folklore

in modern usage, an academic discipline the subject matter of which (also called folklore) comprises the sum total of traditionally derived and ... [8 related articles]
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folklore

Oral traditions and culture of a people, expressed in legends, riddles, songs, tales, and proverbs. The term was coined in 1846 by W J Thoms (1803-1885), but...
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Folklore

Sayings, verbal compositions, stories, and social rituals passed along by word of mouth rather than
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folklore

The common orally transmitted traditions, myths, festivals, songs, superstitions, and stories of all peoples. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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folklore

[n] - the unwritten literature (stories and proverbs and riddles and songs) of a culture
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