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Etymology of the Greek word muthologia (μυθολογία, μυϑολογία)

the Greek word muthologia, μυθολογία, μυϑολογία
derived from the Greek word muthos, μῦθος (a tale; fiction ('myth'))
using the Late Greek suffix -logia, -λογία
derived from the Greek word logos, λόγος (word, speech, topic, treatise, reasoning)
derived from the Greek word legein, λέγω (to speak)
derived from the Proto-Indo-European root *leg- (to collect, to speak)
derived from the Greek word logia, λογία (a contribution)
derived from the Greek word logos, λόγος (word, speech, topic, treatise, reasoning)
derived from the Greek word legein, λέγω (to speak)
derived from the Proto-Indo-European root *leg- (to collect, to speak)
derived from the Greek word legein, λέγω (to speak)
derived from the Proto-Indo-European root *leg- (to collect, to speak)
derived from the Greek word mûthos
derived from the Greek word logia, λογία (a contribution)
derived from the Greek word logos, λόγος (word, speech, topic, treatise, reasoning)
derived from the Greek word legein, λέγω (to speak)
derived from the Proto-Indo-European root *leg- (to collect, to speak)
derived from the Greek word legein, λέγω (to speak)
derived from the Proto-Indo-European root *leg- (to collect, to speak)

Derivations in other languages

Italian mitologia, Latin mythologia



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