Definitions for "Myth"
A story of great but unknown age which originally embodied a belief regarding some fact or phenomenon of experience, and in which often the forces of nature and of the soul are personified; an ancient legend of a god, a hero, the origin of a race, etc.; a wonder story of prehistoric origin; a popular fable which is, or has been, received as historical.
Metaphorical narratives about the relation between this world and the sacred; the language used for talking about what is ultimately real.
a common story or legend. Although the word "myth" means untrue to some people, to others the word embodies a different kind of "truth" which expresses their deepest and truest values, fears, hopes, and beliefs.
Keywords:  moth, famale, parable, fable, allegory
n.: A female moth.
a famale moth
a feminine moth
Keywords:  metaphor, mask, factual, symbol, lies
a masked metaphor for what lies behind the visible world
a mask of God, a metaphor for what lies behind the visible world
a metaphor or symbol, and not a factual way of speaking
A person or thing existing only in imagination, or whose actual existence is not verifiable.
Myth is the language of imaginative insight into ultimate reality, which not only reveals the truth under the form of symbol, but also enables those who receive the myth to participate somehow in the very experience of the one who invoked it. To know a myth, therefore, in the proper sense is to be initiated into a unique experience of reality.
fantasy about reality within 1 paradigm.
a poetic tale expressing the absolute not in terms of philosophical thought but intuitively
a "traditional tale
a fanciful explanation of a given phenomenon
a fanciful explanation of a given primitive man wished to account for them
an explanation for what is going on with no evidence that supports the explanation and no invitation to find evidence
an idea or legend that attempts to account for something in nature
a revealing, colourful legend that has been passed down through countless generations
a religion in which no one any longer believes
a religion no longer attracting worshippers
a religion which no longer attracts adherents
an esoteric description of a heightened proprioception," i
A fictionalized account of something that actually happens, usually analogous rather than literal
an event that in some sense happened once but which also happens all the time
an image in terms of which we try to make sense of the world
Myth was a warez group, focused on cracking and ripping PC games. Besides ripped games, the group also released trainers and cracked updates for games.
Cycles Body of lore about any land or people that makes up their mythology.
a deeply (often unconsciously) held value that shapes how people live, see the world
Keywords:  accusation
an accusation
Keywords:  terrible, thing, waste, powerful
a powerful thing
a terrible thing to waste
a function of religious psychology and not of literature, and literature is merely one medium
Myth Scripting language An all-purpose scripting language initialially developed to create editable programs.
a type of language
Keywords:  fragile, rose, flower
a very fragile flower, like a rose flower
an expression of something that is "ultimately true"
a true history of what came to pass at the beginning of time, and one, which provides the pattern for human behavior
a dream dreamed by the whole race, a collective dream -- but it is composite
a statement about society and man's place in it and the surrounding universe