[fohk-law-ris-tik, -loh-ris-] /ˌfoʊk lɔˈrɪs tɪk, -loʊˈrɪs-/
noun, (used with a singular verb)
noun 1. any attempt to practice charms, spells, etc., to control events or people.
noun 1. a liturgical mass in which traditional music is replaced by folk music.
noun 1. health practices arising from superstition, cultural traditions, or empirical use of native remedies, especially food substances. noun 1. the traditional art of medicine as practised among rustic communities and primitive peoples, consisting typically of the use of herbal remedies, fruits and vegetables thought to have healing power, etc folk medicine n. Traditional medicine […]
- Folk memory
noun 1. the memory of past events as preserved in a community