Definition of Cosmogonies

1. Noun. (plural of cosmogony) ¹



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Definition of Cosmogonies

1. cosmogony [n] - See also: cosmogony

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cosmogonies

cosmocratic
cosmocrats
cosmodicy
cosmodrome
cosmodromes
cosmogeneses
cosmogenesis
cosmogenetic
cosmogenic
cosmogenical
cosmogeny
cosmogonal
cosmogonic
cosmogonical
cosmogonically
cosmogonies (current term)
cosmogonist
cosmogonists
cosmogony
cosmogram
cosmograms
cosmographer
cosmographers
cosmographic
cosmographical
cosmographically
cosmographies
cosmographist
cosmographists
cosmography

Literary usage of Cosmogonies

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1. The Mythology of All Races by John Arnott MacCulloch, Louis Herbert Gray, George Foot Moore, Alice Werner (1916)
"Nevertheless, it is to cosmogonies that we must look for the clearest definition ... In their general outlines the cosmogonies of the Pueblo dwellers are in ..."

2. Lectures on the Origin and Growth of Religion as Illustrated by the Native by Albert RĂ©ville, Philip Henry Wicksteed (1884)
"We have often enough been presented with Mexican cosmogonies, ... The sponsors of these cosmogonies agree neither as to their number nor their order of ..."

3. The Early Traditions of Genesis by Alexander Reid Gordon (1907)
"THE cosmogonies. AMONG all nations, cosmogonic myths occupy a large place. ... For primitive cosmogonies are never mere " scientific" creations. ..."

4. The Monthly Review by Charles William Wason (1831)
"... cosmogonies, Chronologies, and Original Traditions of Ancient Nations; an A bstract and Renew of several Modern Systems; with an attempt to explain, ..."

5. German Literature: Translated from the German of Wolfgang Menzel by Wolfgang Menzel (1840)
"The most ancient religious poetry of the cosmogonies and mythi was essentially architectural in its character; the later Greek and Roman, and the poetry ..."

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