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[mith-uh-pee-ik] /ˌmɪθ əˈpi ɪk/

of or relating to the making of myths; causing, producing, or giving rise to myths.
of or relating to the composition of myths; productive of myths

“pertaining to the creation of myths,” 1846, from Greek mytho-, comb. form of mythos (see myth) + poiein “to make, create” (see poet).


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