In Greek mythology, the species became associated with numerous gods.
In the original, [Francis] came from aristocracy and privilege, but the American mythology is coming from nothing.
The epic, movielike qualities of her life enabled people to hold on to the mythology for five decades.
Parallel Time: The name for an alternate time stream within the Dark Shadows mythology.
She speaks to Doug Stanton about her love of very fast cars, mythology, and the Bulgarian bagpipes.
In Persian mythology, however, the word is used for evil spirits or demons.
May not this hare of the Indian mythology be the moon-dog of some of our own legends?
I have said the Norse mythology was in a transition state from physitheism to psychotheism.
His mythology, when he came to paint the world in myths, was Manichean.
But of this being, as possessing a place among the heroes of mythology, we are left in considerable ignorance.
early 15c., "exposition of myths," from Middle French mythologie and directly from Late Latin mythologia, from Greek mythologia "legendary lore, a telling of mythic legends; a legend, story, tale," from mythos "myth" (of unknown origin) + -logy "study." Meaning "a body of myths" first recorded 1781.
The body of myths belonging to a culture. Myths are traditional stories about gods and heroes. They often account for the basic aspects of existence — explaining, for instance, how the Earth was created, why people have to die, or why the year is divided into seasons. Classical mythology — the myths of the ancient Greeks and Romans — has had an enormous influence on European and American culture.