English translation of 'folclore'
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'folclore' in Other Languages
British English: folklore /ˈfəʊkˌlɔː/ NOUN
Folklore consists of the traditional stories, customs, and habits of a particular community or nation.
According to folklore, sunshine on February 2nd means six more weeks of cold weather.
- American English: folklore
- Arabic: فُولكلور
- Brazilian Portuguese: folclore
- Chinese: 民间传说
- Croatian: folklor
- Czech: folklór
- Danish: folklore
- Dutch: folklore
- European Spanish: folclore
- Finnish: kansanperinne
- French: folklore
- German: Folklore
- Greek: λαϊκή παράδοση
- Italian: folclore
- Japanese: 民間伝承
- Korean: 전설
- Norwegian: folklore
- Polish: folklor
- European Portuguese: folclore
- Romanian: folclor
- Russian: фольклор
- Spanish: folclor
- Swedish: folkloristik
- Thai: เรื่องราวประเพณีและความเชื่อของผู้คน
- Turkish: folklor
- Ukrainian: фольклор
- Vietnamese: văn hóa dân gian
Translation of folclore from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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