Noun(1) myths collectively; the body of stories associated with a culture or institution or person(2) the study of myths
(1) You'd be pushed to find it in the popular mythology , though.(2) in popular mythology, truckers are kings of the road(3) It drew upon history, mythology and living memory of the Second World War.(4) These books are the primary source for our knowledge of the most ancient Indian mythology , forming the basis for the development of Hinduism.(5) Baird who has studied mythology since she was a child equips every card with a musing short story on its back cover.(6) These stories reflect the children's ideas and interests and influences range from ancient mythology to television.(7) For the past eight years, she has been teaching comparative mythology , a subject in which she has earned a doctorate.(8) In popular mythology , kids used to run away from home to do just that.(9) Ganesa was the god of wisdom and success in Hindu mythology(10) A perfect introduction to the history of mythology .(11) European history, geography and mythology is central to it.(12) this field includes archaeology, comparative mythology, and folklore(13) His execution in 1725 was to ensure his place in popular mythology .(14) The student of mythology may find some of this story interesting.(15) They provided indispensable services and became the subject of popular folklore and mythology .(16) Next week, another bit of popular mythology comes under our close examination.
3. folklore ::
4. folk tales ::
5. folk stories ::
6. lore ::
7. tradition ::
Different Formsmythologies, mythologize, mythologizes, mythology
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