[ fohk-lawr-i-koh, -lohr- ]
/ foʊkˈlɔr ɪ koʊ, -ˈloʊr- /
Mexican folk dancing, especially a program or repertoire of such dances.
containing, using, or performing folklorico: a visiting folklorico dance troupe.
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Origin of folklorico
First recorded in 1940–45; from Spanish folklórico “folkloristic, folk” (adjective), equivalent to folklor(e) (from English ) + -ico adjective suffix; see -ic
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