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Line breaks: my¦thus
Pronunciation: /ˈmʌɪθəs
, ˈmɪθəs

Definition of mythus in English:

noun (plural mythi /-θʌɪ/)

A myth or mythos.
Example sentences
  • The progress of any people is marked by its mythi.


early 19th century: modern Latin.

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