ranmi -ram- gismu

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.


In notes:

crida
x1 is a fairy/elf/gnome/brownie/pixie/goblin/kobold [mythical humanoid] of mythos/religion x2.
lijda
x1 is a religion of believers including x2 sharing common beliefs/practices/tenets including x3.
lisri
x1 is a story/tale/yarn/narrative about plot/subject/moral x2 by storyteller x3 to audience x4.
cifylisri
l1 is a children's story about plot/subject/moral l2 by storyteller l3 to audience l4.
cridyske
s1 (mass of facts) is the science of fairies/elves/pixies [mythical humanoid] of mythos/religion c2 based on methodology s3.
ponramlo'u
x1 is a kitsune of type x2
ramymei
x1 is a mythos of myths x2
sincycrida
c1 is a dragon/lindworm of mythos/religion x2.
torcrida
c1 is a dwarf of mythos/religion c2, short by measurement standard t3.
crami
x1 is a mythological/fantastic creature [mythical organism] of mythos/religion/story/culture x2.
fantasi
x1 (entity) is fantastical, exhibiting x2 (property of x1), which is relevant to magic, myths or fictive medieval technology and thus extraordinary