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Aeaean of or pertaining to the culture or inhabitants of this mythological region. [1/2 definitions]
constellation any of eighty-eight groupings or patterns of stars named after the animals, objects, or mythological characters they are thought to resemble. [1/3 definitions]
cornucopia a mythological goat's horn containing an endless supply of food, used as a symbol of abundance and prosperity; horn of plenty. [1/3 definitions]
demigod a mythological being who is part divine and part human, such as the offspring of a god and a human. [1/3 definitions]
demythologize to discount or do away with the mythological characteristics or mythical associations of, as in an attempt to arrive at a more realistic understanding.
Edda either of two early Icelandic literary works, one a collection of religious and mythological poems, and the other a summary of Norse mythology and a manual on poetry.
opera seria eighteenth-century Italian dramatic opera, characterized by frequent arias and classical or mythological themes.