The disah belong grammatically, and for this reason also mythologically, to the females.
I love the birds and beasts because they are mythologically in earnest.
mythologically, or astrologically, he was the new sun born at the close of the cycle.
It came from the mythologically wrought panels adorning the walls.
mythologically they represented the cold of winter and the heat of the sun's rays, both of which were necessary reproduction.
Or Bacchus; mythologically said to be the son of Zeus and Semele.
The mythologically wrought panel opened again and a man entered.
To call it Will is, of course, to speak improperly and mythologically, for actual willing requires an idea of what is willed.
mythologically, Sigurd (of the shining eyes that no man might face unabashed) has been regarded as a reflection of the god Balder.
mythologically the acceptance of Abel's offering and the rejection of Cain's are easily intelligible.