noun, plural myth·oi [mith-oi, mahy-thoi] /ˈmɪθ ɔɪ, ˈmaɪ θɔɪ/.
Origin of mythos
Examples from the Web for mythos
Music Box: An ornate music box that figures prominently into the Dark Shadows mythos.‘Dark Shadows’ for Dummies or a Glossary of Key Names and Places|Jace Lacob|May 11, 2012|DAILY BEAST
But for all of her comic relief, Blankenship became a tragic figure in the Mad Men mythos, dying silently at her desk.
To facilitate allusion to the braggadocio, or the extravagant in observation, the mythos of Iagoo is added to his vocabulary.
Every human being has his invisible angel, says the mythos; both are different and yet resemble each other.O. T.|Hans Christian Andersen
This mythos is still prevalent, though abused for the most atrocious purposes.Religion In The Heavens|Logan Mitchell
The suggested area was not beyond the limits of the Greek mythos.Opuscula|Robert Gordon Latham
Had she only lived earlier in the century she might easily have become the centre of a mythos.Famous Women: George Sand|Bertha Thomas