Definition of 'mythology'
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The natural world features prominently in Thai religion and mythology. Times, Sunday Times (2017)There were practically no names left from classical mythology. Times, Sunday Times (2009) Greek mythology has rarely been far from his thoughts. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The display and the book provide a crash course in a history and mythology that will be unfamiliar to most people. The Times Literary Supplement (2010)Why does Norse mythology intrigue you so much? The Sun (2014)The constellation represents the flying horse of Greek mythology. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He also taught me a love of classical art and Greek mythology. Times, Sunday Times (2012)HOW is your knowledge of Norse mythology? The Sun (2011)I have a new trilogy coming out based on a paranormal romance and Greek mythology. Times, Sunday Times (2012) Greek mythology, in particular, is so much less helpful than it ought to be. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Forget Greek mythology, this result was a mystery. The Sun (2012)The white horse has been an enduring icon in human mythology and history, in books, on battlefields and at many a finishing post. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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Translations for 'mythology'
British English: mythology /mɪˈθɒlədʒɪ/ NOUN
Mythology is a group of myths, especially those from a particular country, religion, or culture.
- American English: mythology
- Arabic: عِلْمُ الْأَسَاطِيرِ
- Brazilian Portuguese: mitologia
- Chinese: 神话
- Croatian: mitologija
- Czech: mytologie
- Danish: mytologi
- Dutch: mythologie
- European Spanish: mitología
- Finnish: mytologia
- French: mythologie
- German: Mythologie
- Greek: μυθολογία
- Italian: mitologia
- Japanese: 神話体系
- Korean: 신화
- Norwegian: mytologi
- Polish: mitologia
- European Portuguese: mitologia
- Romanian: mitologie
- Russian: мифология
- Spanish: mitología
- Swedish: mytologi
- Thai: ตำนาน
- Turkish: mitoloji
- Ukrainian: міфологія
- Vietnamese: thần thoại học
Definition of mythology from the Collins English Dictionary
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