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Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary

1883, from folklore + -ic.


a. Of, pertaining to, or having the character of folklore.

Usage examples of "folkloric".

The druid Cera is fictional, but she and her lineage have roots in folkloric history.

This folkloric invention approaches saintliness when the discussion turns to rural, small town America with its treacly images of barbershop quartets, Farmer Brown on his tractor and the Main Street parade after the strawberry harvest.

You can’t just change the undead women into a bunch of folkloric pastoralists at whim.

Across Main Street, at the BP energy station, Wally Van Zandt was squirting the petunias in the bed next to the egg-charging pad with D-water, following the common folkloric belief that it would make the flowers more spectacular.