folkloric

[fohk-lawr-ik, -lohr-]
adjective
based on or resembling folklore: folkloric music.

Origin:
1880–85; folklore + -ic

folklorically, adverb
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folklore (ˈfəʊkˌlɔː)
 
n
1.  the unwritten literature of a people as expressed in folk tales, proverbs, riddles, songs, etc
2.  the body of stories and legends attached to a particular place, group, activity, etc: Hollywood folklore; rugby folklore
3.  the anthropological discipline concerned with the study of folkloric materials
 
'folkloric
 
adj
 
'folklorist
 
n, —adj
 
folklor'istic
 
adj

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Example sentences
Here is an opportunity to re-examine the broken links from our survival code
  aka folkloric wisdom.
It also has a touristy appreciation for all manner of things folkloric.
Musically speaking, there is a wealth of indigenous folkloric music, but no
  true homegrown pop music.
There is not a hint of the picturesque or of folkloric charm.
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