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Speech vs. Mythos

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  • Speech (noun)

    The faculty of uttering articulate sounds or words; the ability to speak or to use vocalizations to communicate.

    "It was hard to hear the sounds of his speech over the noise. He had a bad speech impediment."

  • Speech (noun)

    A session of speaking; a long oral message given publicly usually by one person.

    "The candidate made some ambitious promises in his campaign speech."

  • Speech (noun)

    A style of speaking.

    "Her speech was soft and lilting."

  • Speech (noun)

    Speech reported in writing; see direct speech, reported speech

  • Speech (noun)

    A dialect or language.

  • Speech (noun)

    Talk; mention; rumour.

  • Speech (verb)

    To make a speech; to harangue.

  • Mythos (noun)

    Anything transmitted by word of mouth, such as a fable, legend, narrative, story, or tale (especially a poetic tale).

  • Mythos (noun)

    A meaning for a particular culture, group; a myth, a mythology.

  • Mythos (noun)

    A set of assumptions or beliefs about something.

  • Mythos (noun)

    A recurring theme; a motif.

Wiktionary
  • Speech (noun)

    the expression of or the ability to express thoughts and feelings by articulate sounds

    "he was born deaf and without the power of speech"

  • Speech (noun)

    a person's style of speaking

    "she wouldn't accept his correction of her speech"

  • Speech (noun)

    a formal address or discourse delivered to an audience

    "he gave a speech about the company"

  • Speech (noun)

    a sequence of lines written for one character in a play

    "Antony's speech over Caesar's body"

  • Mythos (noun)

    a myth or mythology

    "the Arthurian mythos"

  • Mythos (noun)

    (in literature) a traditional or recurrent narrative theme or plot structure.

  • Mythos (noun)

    a set of beliefs or assumptions about something

    "the rhetoric and mythos of science create the comforting image of linear progression toward truth"

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