A legend is a narrative of human actions that are perceived both by teller and
listeners to take place within human history and demonstrating human values,
These stories include legends, myths and folktales. What are legends? A legend
is a semi-true story, which has been passed on from person-to-person and has ...
Legend definition, a nonhistorical or unverifiable story handed down by tradition
from earlier times and popularly accepted as historical. See more.
Legends are also stories that have been made up, but they are different from
myths. Myths answer questions about how the natural world works, and are set in
A legend is a larger-than-life story that gets passed down from one generation to
the next — like the legends of Beowulf, Robin Hood, or even Big Foot.
a story from the past that is believed by many people but cannot be proved to be
true. : a famous or important person who is known for doing something ...
Legends are stories about people or events which have been written in history.
So the stories may be made up but the events may be based on facts though not
Definition, Usage and a list of Legend Examples in literature. A legend is a
narrative, which focuses on a historically or geographically specific figure.
legend: A traditional story or group of stories told about a particular person or
place is known as a legend. Formerly the term legend, from the Latin word legere
A map legend is a table or chart included on a map to indicate the meaning of the
map's varied symbols. This can be also be called the map's...