[foh-kish] /ˈfoʊ kɪʃ/
of or resembling the common people:
resembling or based on folklore, , or dances:
a violin concerto that is strongly folkish.
[fohk-lahyf] /ˈfoʊkˌlaɪf/ noun 1. the everyday of the common people, especially of a particular region, country, or period: 18th-century New England folklife. noun the way of life of those who live in a rural area
noun, (used with a singular verb) 1. speculation and popular views about language.
[fohk-lawr, -lohr] /ˈfoʊkˌlɔr, -ˌloʊr/ noun 1. the traditional beliefs, legends, customs, etc., of a people; of a people. 2. the study of such lore. 3. a body of widely held but false or unsubstantiated beliefs. /ˈfəʊkˌlɔː/ noun 1. the unwritten literature of a people as expressed in folk tales, proverbs, riddles, songs, etc 2. the […]
[fohk-lawr-ik, -lohr-] /ˈfoʊkˌlɔr ɪk, -ˌloʊr-/ adjective 1. based on or resembling : folkloric music. adj. 1883, from folklore + -ic.