Definition of Mythologies

1. Noun. (plural of mythology) ¹



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Definition of Mythologies

1. mythology [n] - See also: mythology

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mythologies

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mythographies
mythography
mythohistorical
mythohistorically
mythoi
mythologem
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mythologer
mythologers
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mythologic
mythological
mythologically
mythologies (current term)
mythologisation
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mythologists
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mythologization
mythologizations
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mythologized
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mythologizers

Literary usage of Mythologies

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1. Source Book for Social Origins: Ethnological Materials, Psychological by William Isaac Thomas (1909)
"THE GROWTH OF INDIAN mythologies In a collection of Indian traditions recently ... I have discussed the development of the mythologies of the Indians of the ..."

2. Studies in the Philosophy of Religion and the History by Andrew Martin Fairbairn (1880)
"These differences of standpoint and idea distinctly emerge in the respective mythologies. The Indo-European were cosmological, but the Semitic theological ..."

3. Contributions to the Science of Mythology by Friedrich Max Müller (1897)
"Relation between the Vedic and other Aryan mythologies. ... That the Aryan mythologies spring from a common source, the one equation of ..."

4. Table-Talk by Amos Bronson Alcott (1877)
"mythologies. Respect, Christian, the mythologies of nature and of nations, and treat with becoming reverence the sacred Pantheon of the Mind, the Person in ..."

5. The Origin of the World According to Revelation and Science by John William Dawson (1877)
"I.—ANCIENT mythologies. THE current views respecting the relations of ancient mythologies with each other and with the Bible have been continually shifting ..."

6. Estimates in Art by Frank Jewett Mather (1916)
"The room at Castello that included these three mythologies among its decorations was truly a hall of halls. ..."

7. The Christian Doctrine of Sin by John Tulloch (1876)
"The Vedic and Hellenic mythologies mark the greatest advance in this stage of religious thought ... Primarily, however, both mythologies start with Nature. ..."

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