Definition of Folk lore. Meaning of Folk lore. Synonyms of Folk lore

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Definition of Folk lore

Folk lore
Folklore Folk"lore`, n., or Folk lore Folk" lore` . Tales, legends, or superstitions long current among the people. --Trench.

Meaning of Folk lore from wikipedia

- Folklore also includes customary lore, the forms and rituals of celebrations such as Christmas and weddings, folk dances and initiation rites. Each one...
- Folk-Lore is the third studio album by the Irish Celtic metal band Cruachan released in 2002 on Hammerheart Records. Keith Fay - lead and acoustic guitars...
- Hausa Folk-lore is a book by Maalam Shaihua, translated by R. Sutherland Rattray, published in 1913. It contains twenty-one folk-stories of the Hausa people...
- Folk-lore: A Selection from the Traditional Tales is a book by George McCall Theal published in 1886. It is sometimes called Kaffir (Xhosa) Folk-lore...
- is necessary to clarify its component parts: the terms folk and lore. Originally the word folk applied only to rural, frequently poor, frequently illiterate...
- MacM****, Seumas. (1899).In the Chimney Corners: Merry Tales of Irish Folk Lore New York: Doubleday and McClure Company, Retrieved from New York Public...
- Thoms, the editor of Notes and Queries who had first introduced the term folk-lore, seems to have been instrumental in the formation of the society, and...
- "Samil", or "Samiel") is an important archangel in Talmudic and post-Talmudic lore, a figure who is the accuser (Ha-Satan), seducer, and destroyer (Mashhit)...
- ****anese Art: A Description of Historical Episodes, Legendary Characters, Folk-lore, Myths, Religious Symbolism, Illustrated in the Arts of Old ****an. John...
- (1913). Rustic Speech and Folk-Lore. Humphrey ****ord, Oxford University Press. p. 194. Tongue, Ruth (1965). County Folk-Lore (Vol. 8). p. 108. Campbell...
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