Translation for 'folklore' from English to Bulgarian
NOUN   folklore | -
folklore {noun}фолклор {м}
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Translation for 'folklore' from English to Bulgarian

folklore {noun}
фолклор {м}
Usage Examples English
  • Hasan-Rokem's research interests include proverbs, folklore and culture of the Middle East, and folklore genres and narratives, including folklore in rabbinic literature.
  • The folklore of Jämtland mostly correspond to Scandinavian folklore as whole, although the folklore is seldom regarded as popular belief nowadays, with one major exception, Storsjöodjuret.
  • The Katharine Briggs Folklore Award is an annual book prize established by the Folklore Society to commemorate her life and work and to encourage the study of folklore.
  • His major work in French folklore was "Le Manuel de folklore français contemporain" (Handbook of Contemporary French Folklore, 1937–1958).
  • Dunayevska paid great attention to the study of the historiography of Ukrainian folklore.

  • Hand Prize (by the History and Folklore Section) and the Chicago Folklore Prize (as "best book of folklore scholarship for the year") by the American Folklore Society.
  • the History and Folklore section of the American Folklore Society has also sponsored the Richard Reuss Prize for Students of Folklore and History, a biennial award (presented on odd-numbered years) honoring Richard Reuss (1940-1986), founding editor of "The Folklore Historian" and a leading chronicler of folklore studies.
  • Aghaboy folklore is found in the 1938 Dúchas folklore collection.
  • This department started its activity from 2003 in order to research Azerbaijani folklore in a common Turkic context.
  • British folklore constitutes the folklore of Britain, and includes topics such as the region's legends, recipes, and folk beliefs.

  • "Western Folklore" is a quarterly academic journal for the study of folklore published by the Western States Folklore Society (formerly the California Folklore Society).
  • Her knowledge of folklore was utilised by Joseph Wright in his "English Dialect Dictionary", to which she contributed her findings on the folklore of both Lincolnshire and Yorkshire.
  • Based on the description of Trinidadian douen, it seems that this folklore may have originated from the Mayan folklore Tata Duende or the Latin-American folklore of duende.
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