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Book Ten, The Odyssey- English
1. beguiling
2. chide
3. contender
4. disconsolate
charming
scold mildly
a fighter
extremely sad
1. beguiling
charming
2. chide
scold mildly
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Places- English the book Odyssey
Achaea
Ithaca
Olympus
Pylos
used by Homer to generally refer to the country of Greece.
The island kingdom of Odysseus. Located off the west coast of…
A mountain in Greece, which is home to many of the gods and g…
Nestor's kingdom, located on the Peloponnesian Peninsula.
Achaea
used by Homer to generally refer to the country of Greece.
Ithaca
The island kingdom of Odysseus. Located off the west coast of…
English "The Odyssey Book 9"
Guile
Indifferent
Entreat
Avenge
Deceit
Neutral
Ask earnestly
Get revenge for
Guile
Deceit
Indifferent
Neutral
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Mortals-English book Odyssey
Achaeans
Agamemnon
Antinous
Eurymachus
the people of Greece, also known as the Argives.
The king of Mycenae, father of Orestes, and leader of the Gre…
The leader of the suitors. He is cruel, greedy, and hypocriti…
The second most important suitor; he is as evil as Antinous,…
Achaeans
the people of Greece, also known as the Argives.
Agamemnon
The king of Mycenae, father of Orestes, and leader of the Gre…
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english the odyssey book 12
abominably
lurk
chaos
scourge
in a hateful way; horribly
to lie hidden, ready to ambush
great disorder or confusion
a cause of great suffering or destruction
abominably
in a hateful way; horribly
lurk
to lie hidden, ready to ambush
English: Odyssey: Book 6
How are the Phaecians protected by the…
The idealized household of the Royal f…
How Athena visits Nausicaa in her drea…
Why does Nausicaa go to the river to w…
They have shrines and have been visited by the gods.
A large house, kids, a wife, and a husband.
In the form of her friend.
Because Athena told her to so she could be clean to get marri…
How are the Phaecians protected by the…
They have shrines and have been visited by the gods.
The idealized household of the Royal f…
A large house, kids, a wife, and a husband.
English odyssey book2
Dissemble
Lithe
Incredulity
Bemusing
Concel with false appearances
Supple, limber
Inability to believe
Stupefying or muddling
Dissemble
Concel with false appearances
Lithe
Supple, limber
English odyssey book
Antinous
Telemachus
Calypso
Ogygia
Planned to kill Telemachus
Odysseus son
Imprisoned Odysseus on her island
The island Odysseus was imprisoned on
Antinous
Planned to kill Telemachus
Telemachus
Odysseus son
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English Book 11 odyssey
heaped
anguish
bearing
huntress
unorganized pile of things
severe mental or physical pain (suffering)
the way one behaves
a woman who hunts
heaped
unorganized pile of things
anguish
severe mental or physical pain (suffering)
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English Odyssey book V
thralldom(n)
ambrosia(n)
nectar(n)
luminous(adj)
bondage, slavery
material or food of the gods
drink of the gods
emitting or full of light, bright, shining
thralldom(n)
bondage, slavery
ambrosia(n)
material or food of the gods
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English Odyssey Book IV
Harried
Patrimony
Suitors
Irked
Feeling strained as a result of having demands persistently m…
Property inherited from one's father or male ancestor
A man who pursues a relationship with a particular woman, wit…
To irritate or annoy
Harried
Feeling strained as a result of having demands persistently m…
Patrimony
Property inherited from one's father or male ancestor
The Odyssey Book 4 English
cant
glut
teem
infiltrate
to cause to lean to one side or tilt
to fill to overflowing
to be full of or swarming with
to enter of gain access to secretly
cant
to cause to lean to one side or tilt
glut
to fill to overflowing
The Odyssey Book I English
lustrous
seething
renowned
harangue
shining
filled with intense but unexpressed
known or talked about by many people
to lecture someone aggressively and critically
lustrous
shining
seething
filled with intense but unexpressed
English the odyssey book 9
Adversary
Avenge
Entreat
Guile
Opponent, foe
To take vengance
To ask or beg
Cunning to attain a goal
Adversary
Opponent, foe
Avenge
To take vengance
English odyssey book
who told calypso to let Odysseus go
Homeric symbolly
olive tree
who is king alcamus
Hermes
very dramatic
Athena
dad of nassica
who told calypso to let Odysseus go
Hermes
Homeric symbolly
very dramatic
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english books 1-6 The Odyssey
Muse
How is an epic introduced?
how is Muse supposed to introduce the…
How is the Odyssey passed down?
narrator; goddess of literature and entertainment
with an epic question
supposed to sing the story
oral tradition
Muse
narrator; goddess of literature and entertainment
How is an epic introduced?
with an epic question
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GN English 9 Odyssey Books 10-11
Circe
Laestrygonians
Tiresias
Anticleia
A goddess who turned Odysseus' men into pigs
Cannibals who destroyed several of Odysseus' ships
The dead prophet who gave Odysseus advice
The mother of Odysseus; she took her own life
Circe
A goddess who turned Odysseus' men into pigs
Laestrygonians
Cannibals who destroyed several of Odysseus' ships
The Odyssey Book 1 English
How does the story begin?
What are all 10 islands in order?
How many of Odysseus' men carried the…
What did Odysseus bring to the cave?
Battle of Troy
1. Island of Lotus Eaters... 2. Island of the Cyclops... 3. Island…
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Alcohol
How does the story begin?
Battle of Troy
What are all 10 islands in order?
1. Island of Lotus Eaters... 2. Island of the Cyclops... 3. Island…
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Odyssey Characters & Places Books- English
Athena
Telemachus
Penelope
Antinuous
Goddess of wisdom, skills, & warfare
Son of Odysseus and Penelope
Wife of Odysseus
Leader among the suitors
Athena
Goddess of wisdom, skills, & warfare
Telemachus
Son of Odysseus and Penelope
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English - The Odyssey Books 1-12
insolent
reparations
pernicious
burnished
showing a rude & arrogant lack of respect
the making of amends for a wrong one has done, by paying mone…
having a harmful effect, especially in a gradual or subtle way
polished by rubbing
insolent
showing a rude & arrogant lack of respect
reparations
the making of amends for a wrong one has done, by paying mone…
English the odyssey Books 17-20
Pith
Obstinacy
Dole
Patrimony
The essential or central part of anything.
Stubbornness.
To distribute in small portions.
An inheritance from a father.
Pith
The essential or central part of anything.
Obstinacy
Stubbornness.
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English odyssey book 12 vocabulary
questing
anguish
dire
travil
exploring
agony
dreadful or terrible
painful effort
questing
exploring
anguish
agony
english odyssey books 5-8
Scheria/Phaeacia
Ogygia
Calypso
Odysseus
land of phaeacians
island where Calypso lives and trapped Ody
the nymph with lovely braids
king of Ithaca
Scheria/Phaeacia
land of phaeacians
Ogygia
island where Calypso lives and trapped Ody
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English Odyssey Book 9 Quiz
flashbacks
Zeus
6 men per ship
lotus
books 9-12 are "_______________"
who does Odysseus say is responsible for sending the storm?
how many men per ship were killed?
what was the mythical fruit?
flashbacks
books 9-12 are "_______________"
Zeus
who does Odysseus say is responsible for sending the storm?
English: Odyssey Book 1 Vocab
Plunder (v)
Seething (v)
Harangue (n)
Exulted (v)
to take goods by force
angry to the point of becoming violent
a long public speech against something
to rejoice; to show joy
Plunder (v)
to take goods by force
Seething (v)
angry to the point of becoming violent
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english odyssey books 1-8
appease
carouse
amid
pernicious
to make quiet or calm
drinking plentiful amounts of alcohol and enjoying yourself i…
to be surrounded by or in the middle of
causing intentional harm
appease
to make quiet or calm
carouse
drinking plentiful amounts of alcohol and enjoying yourself i…
English Test: The Odyssey Books 6-12
What island is Odysseus on after he le…
Who is the king there?
Who is Alcinoos' daughter?
Odysseus first noticed Nausicaa when...
Phaicia, or Scheria.
Alcinoos
Nausicaa
her an her maids screamed after Athena made Nausicaa throw a…
What island is Odysseus on after he le…
Phaicia, or Scheria.
Who is the king there?
Alcinoos
English Odyssey Books 1-4
What is an Odyssey?
What was the companion poem of The Ody…
Who wrote the Odyssey?
What is The Odyssey an allegory for?
Long voyage with many challenged
Iliad
Homer
All of our lives
What is an Odyssey?
Long voyage with many challenged
What was the companion poem of The Ody…
Iliad
English Odyssey Books 5-8
Barricade (v)
Brood (n)
Brood (v)
Insolent (adj)
To block of with a defensive wall
The children of a family
To think anxiously or gloomy about
Impudent; rude
Barricade (v)
To block of with a defensive wall
Brood (n)
The children of a family
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English Odyssey 1-12 Books
Yearn
Cunning
Wary
Teeming
To have an intense feeling of loss or longing for something
Crafty, showing skill in achieving goals by deceit
Watchful, cautious, alert
Swarming with something, prolific or fertile
Yearn
To have an intense feeling of loss or longing for something
Cunning
Crafty, showing skill in achieving goals by deceit
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English Odyssey Books 9-12
Tiresias
Lotus Eaters
Nobody
Achilles
blind prophet of the underworld, gives advice to Odysseus
forgets what you're doing, addicted to anything
Odysseus told Polyphemus his name was nobody
met in underworld, rather be a slaves slave
Tiresias
blind prophet of the underworld, gives advice to Odysseus
Lotus Eaters
forgets what you're doing, addicted to anything
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English: The Odyssey Book 1-5
Epithet
Homeric Simile
Foil Character
Xenia
Term/phrase to characterize someone/something... "Grey-eyed Athe…
Also called "epic simile"... Extended or detailed comparison bet…
A character whose traits/actions contrasts w/ those of anothe…
Hospitality ... - respect from host to guest: food, drink, and…
Epithet
Term/phrase to characterize someone/something... "Grey-eyed Athe…
Homeric Simile
Also called "epic simile"... Extended or detailed comparison bet…
English Odyssey Books 9-12
Book 9
Ciciones
Lotus Eaters
Cylcops
Memory:... Notes:
Memory: Memory: Odysseus and his men have left Troy and gone…
Memory: After they had left the island of the Cicones they ar…
Memory: After leaving the island of the Lotus eaters they the…
Book 9
Memory:... Notes:
Ciciones
Memory: Memory: Odysseus and his men have left Troy and gone…
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English Vocabulary: Book 10 Odyssey
beguiling
stealth
snare
vile
adj. charming; pleasing
n. quiet, secret, sneaky behavior
n. a trap
adj. evil; disgusting
beguiling
adj. charming; pleasing
stealth
n. quiet, secret, sneaky behavior
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English Vocab - Odyssey Book 9
adversary
appalled
avenge
disdain
the opponent
great dismay; horrified
to take revenge on behalf of ones death
to refuse or reject scornfully
adversary
the opponent
appalled
great dismay; horrified
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English - Odyssey Books 1-4
Story of Agamemnon
Eurycleia
Poseidon
Telemachus
Agamemnon comes home triumphantly expecting a heroes welcome…
Telemachus' maid. Only one who knew of Telemachus' voyage, an…
God of the sea, sends odysseus off course after he and his me…
Odysseus' son. Leaves Ithica on a quest to find out what happ…
Story of Agamemnon
Agamemnon comes home triumphantly expecting a heroes welcome…
Eurycleia
Telemachus' maid. Only one who knew of Telemachus' voyage, an…
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English Odyssey Books 1-7
Valor
Affliction
Baleful
Din
the qualities of a hero or heroine; exceptional or heroic cou…
a cause of great suffering and distress
threatening or foreshadowing evil or tragic developments
a loud, unpleasant, and prolonged noise.
Valor
the qualities of a hero or heroine; exceptional or heroic cou…
Affliction
a cause of great suffering and distress
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english odyssey books 1-4
valor
affliction
baleful
din
courage or bravery
the state of being affected by something that causes suffering
harmful or deadly
a loud, confusing mixture of noises that lasts for a long time
valor
courage or bravery
affliction
the state of being affected by something that causes suffering
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English Odyssey books 1-24
achaea
Aegisthus
Agamemnom
Antinous
people who fought the Trojan war with Trojans
Agammemnoms son kills, Agammemnom
fought with Odysseus in Trojan war on his first day back hew…
Ring leader of the suitors has the idea to kill Telemachus wh…
achaea
people who fought the Trojan war with Trojans
Aegisthus
Agammemnoms son kills, Agammemnom
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Ithaca Books - The Odyssey (Cloutman English)
Menelaus
Eumaeus
Antinous
Eurycleia
Son of Atreus, King of Lacedaemon, brother of Agamemnon, Husb…
Swineheard of Odysseus
Son of Eupithes, one of the two leading suitors
The old nurse of Odysseus and Telemachus, attendant of Penelope
Menelaus
Son of Atreus, King of Lacedaemon, brother of Agamemnon, Husb…
Eumaeus
Swineheard of Odysseus
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English - The Odyssey (Books 1-4)
Poseidon
Zeus
Athena
Hekatomb
- God of Sea/earthquakes/horses... - Patron of Troy... - Hates Athe…
- Poseidon's brother... - God of Gods/hospitality... - Father of At…
- Goddess of intellect/wisdom/war strategies... - Threw Od. off…
- sacrifice and feast to the Gods... - Od didn't make one to Ath…
Poseidon
- God of Sea/earthquakes/horses... - Patron of Troy... - Hates Athe…
Zeus
- Poseidon's brother... - God of Gods/hospitality... - Father of At…
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Gods & Monsters-English the book Odyssey
Athena
Calypso
Circle
Charydbis
Daughter of Zeus, goddess of wisdom and patroness of the arts…
The sea nymph who keeps Odysseus captive for nine years and w…
The enchantress who transforms Odysseus's men into pigs. She…
whirlpool located near Scylla. Presented as a female monster.
Athena
Daughter of Zeus, goddess of wisdom and patroness of the arts…
Calypso
The sea nymph who keeps Odysseus captive for nine years and w…
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English Odyssey Books 1-5
Homeric/Epic Formula
Alter Ego
Rhapsode
Insolent
Set phrases or a repeated description
A reflection of a hero's best or worst qualities. Another self.
Singers of tales. Were the historians and entertainers as wel…
Disrespectful
Homeric/Epic Formula
Set phrases or a repeated description
Alter Ego
A reflection of a hero's best or worst qualities. Another self.
english odyssey books 9-12
Charybdis
Lotus-eaters
Calypso
Sirens
below the crag, whirlpool that sucks you down
eat lotus all the time, druggies
Nymph with lovely braids,
eagles w women's heads, their music brings people in and they…
Charybdis
below the crag, whirlpool that sucks you down
Lotus-eaters
eat lotus all the time, druggies
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ENGLISH: The Odyssey Books XIII-XXIV
How does Poseidon react when he discov…
How does Odysseus react when he awaken…
Why does Athena now reveal herself to…
Where does Athena send Odysseus first?
he is angry that Odysseus got to Ithaca and he turns the Phai…
He doesn't know where he is because Athena had disguised the…
To tell him he in in Ithaca and to help him get home and get…
disguised as a beggar to his loyal swineherd
How does Poseidon react when he discov…
he is angry that Odysseus got to Ithaca and he turns the Phai…
How does Odysseus react when he awaken…
He doesn't know where he is because Athena had disguised the…
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English Odyssey Book 11 Vocab
savory
boisterous
distraught
formidable
morally respectable or inoffensive; pleasing to the sense of…
violently agitated and turbulent; noisy and lacking in restra…
deeply agitated especially from emotion
inspiring fear; extremely impressive in strength or excellence
savory
morally respectable or inoffensive; pleasing to the sense of…
boisterous
violently agitated and turbulent; noisy and lacking in restra…
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English Books 11 & 12, The Odyssey
In book 11, where is Oceanos?
What does Odysseus do fiest when he ge…
Who is the first person Odysseus recog…
Why does Teiresias drink the blood? Wh…
At the end of the world, and it is always dark.
He preformed the ritual, and the dead souls appear to him.
Eleanor; He requests that they return back to Circe's house a…
Must drink the blood to speak to a living person. He tells Od…
In book 11, where is Oceanos?
At the end of the world, and it is always dark.
What does Odysseus do fiest when he ge…
He preformed the ritual, and the dead souls appear to him.
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English Odyssey book 12 vocab
Abominably
Lurk
Chaos
Scourge
In a hateful way; horrible
To lie hidden, ready to ambush
Great disorder or confusion
A cause of great suffering or destruction
Abominably
In a hateful way; horrible
Lurk
To lie hidden, ready to ambush
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English Odyssey Book 21 Vocab
Sniveling
Zeal
Galling
Blithe
cry and sniffle
great energy or enthusiasm in pursuit of a cause or an object…
annoying; humiliating
showing a casual and cheerful indifference considered to be c…
Sniveling
cry and sniffle
Zeal
great energy or enthusiasm in pursuit of a cause or an object…
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English Odyssey Book 22 Vocab
Ajar
Salvo
Canny
Ghastly
(of a door or other opening) slightly open
a simultaneous discharge of artillery or other guns in a battle
pleasant; nice
causing great horror or fear; frightful or macabre
Ajar
(of a door or other opening) slightly open
Salvo
a simultaneous discharge of artillery or other guns in a battle
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