English to Samoan Meaning :: myth

Myth :
tala faʻafāgogo
- tala faʻafāgogomythicpepelotalatuu
 

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Noun(1) a traditional story accepted as history; serves to explain the world view of a people

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(1) One well-known myth about Dionysus concerns the invention of wine.(2) the heroes of Greek myth(3) One Palauan myth recounts the story of a magical breadfruit tree that the child of the sun provided for his human mother.(4) nobody had ever heard of Simon's mysterious friend├ö├ç├ÂAnna said he was a myth(5) Pati demolishes the myth of a monolithic Christianity by presenting the details of the rebellion of the Mundas of Gangpur, a princely state.(6) Another similar myth is the story of Cybele and Attis.(7) It is widely regarded as a myth , but could it actually be true?(8) The obvious answer is that this new meme spread so fast because it piggybacks with a very old meme, the myth of Christian persecution.(9) This chapter should help to dispel the popular myth of ├ö├ç├┐genetic determinism├ö├ç├û, the view that our genes determine our phenotype.(10) In a neat twist, the myth is now so widely believed that many people really are changing their behaviour as a result.(11) The proposed link between the grail episode and early Celtic myth was not the only suggestion put forward to explain the grail.(12) Let them think the story, this story, is a myth , a legend, an embroidered tale.(13) The myth consists in the belief that only deflation entails unequal and arbitrary burdens for the citizens.(14) The Thais had a traditional creation myth before the arrival of the Buddhist religion.(15) And then the third one, the Christian myth about perfectibility not here and now in this world, but in some future time and place.(16) Of course it was a myth , but the idea gave people hope.
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Noun
2. folk story ::
mālō tala
3. legend ::
tala
4. tale ::
tala
5. story ::
tala
6. fable ::
tala faʻatusa
7. saga ::
mea maoae na faatino
8. mythos ::
mythos
9. lore ::
lore
10. folklore ::
talatuʻu
11. mythology ::
talafatu
Antonyms
1. truth ::
upu moni
2. verity ::
moni oa
Different Forms
myth, mythic, mythical, myths
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