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gismu rafsi: ram x1 is a myth/legend, a culturally significant story about x2 in mythos x3 of culture x4. Also: x1 is mythical/fairy tale; used adjectivally for non-humanoid creatures (= ramda'u) of story/myth/legend/religion, e.g. dragon; fairy tale (= veryranmi). See also lijda, lisri, crida.
ra ranmi
That's a myth.
mi pu tirna lo simsa ranmi be lo cevni
I heard a similar myth about a god.
le ranmi danlu cu se rorci lo remna lo bakni
The mythical animal was procreated by a human and a bull.
.ie ti jufra lo zasti ranmi be lo me la baskervil lanzu
Yes, it is the statement of a certain legend of the Baskerville family.
lujvo x1 is a kitsune of type x2 ponjo ranmi lorxu
lujvo x1 is a mythos of myths x2 See ranmi, mei, memkai
lujvo l1 is a children's story about plot/subject/moral l2 by storyteller l3 to audience l4. Cf. ranmi, pemci, crida.
gismu rafsi: rid x1 is a fairy/elf/gnome/brownie/pixie/goblin/kobold [mythical humanoid] of mythos/religion x2. Also orc, giant, demon or devil (when humanoid-form is presumed by the mythos/religion), bugbear, bogeyman. (cf. ranmi, especially for non-humanoid creatures of myth, lijda)
lujvo s1 (mass of facts) is the science of fairies/elves/pixies [mythical humanoid] of mythos/religion c2 based on methodology s3. Cf. crida, saske, ranmi.
lujvo c1 is a dwarf of mythos/religion c2, short by measurement standard t3. Cf. torpre, brabracrida, firkre, ranmi.
gismu rafsi: lis x1 is a story/tale/yarn/narrative about plot/subject/moral x2 by storyteller x3 to audience x4. Also legend; a narrative need not be fictional; x2 may be merely a convention rather than a subject; also x3 tells/recounts story/tale x1 about x2 to x4 (= selterlisri for place reordering); note that the storyteller need not be the author. See also ranmi, cfika, skicu, prosa, pemci.
gismu rafsi: jda x1 is a religion of believers including x2 sharing common beliefs/practices/tenets including x3. Also mythos, creed, traditional beliefs, x2 people(s), adherents; (adjective:) x1, x2, x3 are religious/ecclesiastic in nature; x2 is a believer in/of x1, an adherent/follower of x1 (= seljda for reordered places); x2 is a practitioner of x3 (= selterjda for reordered places); x3 is a tenet/belief/ritual/creed of x1/x2 (= terjda for reordered places); priest/clerical (= jdaca'i, jdaka'i, jdaja'a); organized church/religion (= be'ejda); congregation (= jdabe'e, jdagri). See also budjo, censa, cevni, crida, dadjo, jegvo, krici, latna, malsi, marde, muslo, pruxi, ranmi, ritli, xriso, zekri.