mythological

[mith-uh-loj-i-kuhl]
adjective
1.
of or pertaining to mythology.
2.
imaginary; fictitious.
Also, mythologic.


Origin:
1605–15; < Late Latin mȳthologic(us) < Greek mȳthologikós (see mythology, -ic) + -al1

mythologically, adverb
nonmythologic, adjective
nonmythological, adjective
nonmythologically, adverb
unmythological, adjective
unmythologically, adverb

mythical, mythological.
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mythological (ˌmɪθəˈlɒdʒɪkəl)
 
adj
1.  of or relating to mythology
2.  mythical
 
mythologically
 
adv

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mythological
1610s, from L.L. mythologicus, from Gk. mythologikos, from mythologia (see mythology). Related: Mythologically.
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Example sentences
The frenzy has its origins in a handful of fictional, mythological, and
  downright confused ideas.
Every society has its own mythological expressions of the human urge to fly.
Her desiccated remains are covered with red pigment and bear tattoos of
  patterns and mythological figures.
He also seems to think, curiously enough, that he himself is not a mythological
  writer.
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