- of or relating to mythology.
- imaginary; fictitious.
Origin of mythological
Examples from the Web for mythological
If you play a life role as though it were a mythological game, there is vitality and wonder in it.
These two attitudes are proper with respect to all mythological beliefs.
Other Jewish candidates for inspiring Superman include the mythological Golem.Superman Is Jewish: The Hebrew Roots of America's Greatest Superhero
August 16, 2014
Just like mythological centaurs are half human and half horse, astronomical centaurs combine features of asteroids and comets.Chariklo, a Minor Planet Nicknamed a “Centaur,” Discovered to Have Rings
Matthew R. Francis
April 6, 2014
I really rejoiced in the absurdity of the story, of the mythology, the mythological structure in its absurdity.The American Prophet of Delusion: Robert Stone in Conversation
November 15, 2013
One more aspect of the Timaeus remains to be considered—the mythological or geographical.Timaeus
Here was the mythological monster that the Knickerbocker has become.The Paliser case
For an account of this mythological bird, see the note on next page.Russian Fairy Tales
W. R. S. Ralston
The other is a mythological subject of deeper meaning, the death of Procris.Lectures on Landscape
From the mythological side, Gilgamesh appears to be a solar deity.The Religion of Babylonia and Assyria
- of or relating to mythology
Word Origin and History for mythological
1610s, from Late Latin mythologicus, from Greek mythologikos "versed in legendary lore," from mythologia (see mythology). Related: Mythologically.