Übersetzung für 'mythically' von Englisch nach Deutsch
mythically {adv}
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Übersetzung für 'mythically' von Englisch nach Deutsch

mythically {adv}
Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • of the story of Khoun Borôm believe that it describes Tai-speaking peoples arriving in Southeast Asia from China (mythically identified with heaven, from which the Tai chiefs emerge after the flood).
  • The Yolngu people of northeastern Arnhem Land in the Northern Territory of Australia identified a link between the Moon and the tides, which they mythically attributed to the Moon filling with water and emptying out again.
  • Adam and Jamie test whether some things that are mythically held to be bulletproof are actually bulletproof – included among them was an assertion by Jamie in the first season on their Lexan barriers being bulletproof.
  • Of four rivers (Indus, Sutlej, Brahmaputra and Karnali/Ganges) mythically flowing out of holy Lake Manasarovar, the Sutlej is actually connected by channels that are dry most of the time.
  • Another important aspect of Varuna's character is his association with human sacrifice, both ritually and mythically.

  • Milk for Lambs straddles the line between contemporary Kazakhstan and its mythically infused historic ritual.
  • The "yinglong" mythically relates with other Chinese flying dragons and rain deities such as the "tianlong" ("heavenly dragon"), "feilong" ("flying dragon"), "hong" ("rainbow dragon"), and "jiao" ("flood dragon").
  • turcomanica" described it as an "old medicinal and mythically important plant" but said that they were unable to discover earlier local uses.
  • One of the melodies, “The flow of the River Eev” as was said before is the river where the sound of khöömii was mythically supposed to have originated.
  • This book described all the events which historically or mythically occurred on the 6th day of the Persian month of Farvardin.

  • In folklore, stone axes were sometimes believed to be thunderbolts and were used to guard buildings against lightning, as it was believed (mythically) that lightning never struck the same place twice.
  • The new name is in association with nearby Basilisk Peak; Salamander is an animal mythically supposed to live in fire.
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