Definition of Mythus

1. myth [n MYTHI] - See also: myth

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mythus

mythopoeics
mythopoesis
mythopoet
mythopoetic
mythopoetical
mythopoeticize
mythopoeticized
mythopoeticizes
mythopoeticizing
mythopoetry
mythopoets
mythopoiesis
mythos
mythoses
myths
mythus (current term)
mythy
mytili
mytilid
mytilids
mytiloid
mytilotoxine
mytilus
myxa
myxameba
myxamebae
myxamebas
myxamoeba
myxamoebae
myxamoebas

Literary usage of Mythus

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1. Introduction to a Scientific System of Mythology by Karl Otfried Müller (1844)
"be more recent than Homer's world of gods, who were, for the most part, emancipated from nature.1 Very often the mythus is nothing else than a symbol ..."

2. A Week on the Concord and Merrimack Rivers by Henry David Thoreau (1873)
"In the mythus a superhuman intelligence uses the unconscious thoughts and dreams of men as its hieroglyphics to address men unborn. ..."

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