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28 terms
Odyssey Book 9
hold
guile
formidable
pitiless
regard
(n) clever deceit, cunning, craftiness
Inspiring fear or respect through being impressively large, p…
(adj.) showing no sorrow or regret for another's suffering or…
hold
regard
guile
(n) clever deceit, cunning, craftiness
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Odyssey terms -- English 9
aegis
archetype
arete
covenant
a shield or breastplate with a majestic symbol (this shield i…
a prototype, perfect example, or original model of a characte…
excellence; good character; the qualities demonstrated in rea…
a formal, solemn, and binding agreement (often religious in n…
aegis
a shield or breastplate with a majestic symbol (this shield i…
archetype
a prototype, perfect example, or original model of a characte…
18 terms
Odyssey 9
Cicones
Zeus
Lotus Eaters
Polyphemus
Are attacked by Odysseus's ships and call other Cicones for h…
Sends storm that makes the boat crew have to wait on land for…
Give some crew members lotus flowers and make them not want t…
Shepherd in the cyclopes land
Cicones
Are attacked by Odysseus's ships and call other Cicones for h…
Zeus
Sends storm that makes the boat crew have to wait on land for…
28 terms
Odyssey Book 9
hold
guile
formidable
pitiless
regard
(n) clever deceit, cunning, craftiness
Inspiring fear or respect through being impressively large, p…
(adj.) showing no sorrow or regret for another's suffering or…
hold
regard
guile
(n) clever deceit, cunning, craftiness
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E9 The Odyssey # 5
Attributes
Prodigy
Discombobulate
Boutique
Characteristics
A child with remarkable talent
Confuse
A small shop
Attributes
Characteristics
Prodigy
A child with remarkable talent
15 terms
E9 The Odyssey #4
folly
clamor
mortify
torque
foolishness
demand/complain/noisly
to humiliate
causes rotation
folly
foolishness
clamor
demand/complain/noisly
15 terms
E9 The Odyssey #2
manifestation
maelstrom
plunder
petrels
demonstration
whirlpool
properly taken by force
sea birds
manifestation
demonstration
maelstrom
whirlpool
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E9 The Odyssey #3
rebuke
bier
renowned
implacable
to scold
used to support a coffin
famous
cannot be calmed
rebuke
to scold
bier
used to support a coffin
15 terms
E9 The Odyssey #1
travail
insidious
appall
victuals
agony
treacherous
horrify, shocking
food
travail
agony
insidious
treacherous
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LA9-the Odyssey
Epic
Epic hero
Plot
Setting
A long narrative poem, that tells the story of an epic hero
Larger than life figure who undertakes a great journey, perfo…
Depicts a long, strange journey filled with complications, st…
Fantastic or exotic lands, involving more than one nation or…
Epic
A long narrative poem, that tells the story of an epic hero
Epic hero
Larger than life figure who undertakes a great journey, perfo…
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The Odyssey L7-9
in the midst
loom
cherish
peril
in the middle
a device used for weaving cloth
value
danger
in the midst
in the middle
loom
a device used for weaving cloth
32 terms
Odyssey Review: Books 9-12
Who is Homer?
What was the Trojan War?
foreboding
tempered
Blind poet and author of the Iliad and the Odyssey.
a war fought between the Greeks and Trojans.
a sense of approaching evil
strengthened and hardened, like steel
Who is Homer?
Blind poet and author of the Iliad and the Odyssey.
What was the Trojan War?
a war fought between the Greeks and Trojans.
10 terms
Odyssey Books 9 and 10
Plundered
Detained
Mutinous
Squall
(V.) Looted; stolen by force
(V.) To hold or keep... (Adj.) Being held or kept
(Adj.) Demonstrating anger toward leadership
(N.) A brief, violent storm
Plundered
(V.) Looted; stolen by force
Detained
(V.) To hold or keep... (Adj.) Being held or kept
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The Odyssey: Book 9 vocab.
ponderous (adj)
profusion (n)
appalled (v)
adversary (n)
Slow and clumsy because of great weight.
An abundance or large quantity of something.
To be greatly dismayed or horrified.
An opponent in a conflict, contest, or dispute.
ponderous (adj)
Slow and clumsy because of great weight.
profusion (n)
An abundance or large quantity of something.
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English 9: Odyssey Vocabulary
Plunder
Valor
Guile
Ponderous
To take something (such as property or treasure) by force, es…
Great courage; especially in battle
Slyness; craftiness; skillful deception
Having great weight or bulk; heavy
Plunder
To take something (such as property or treasure) by force, es…
Valor
Great courage; especially in battle
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English 9 Odyssey Vocab. 1
Formidable
Guile
Cyclops
Epic
Inspiring fear or respect through being impressively large, p…
deceit; trickery
one-eyed giants
A long narrative poem, written in heightened language, which…
Formidable
Inspiring fear or respect through being impressively large, p…
Guile
deceit; trickery
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The Odyssey Books 1-9 Review
in media res
epic poem
Ithaca
Why is Poseidon is mad at Odysseus?
in the middle of things
long narrative poem that tells the adventures of heroes with…
kingdom of Odysseus
Poked the eye out of his son, the Cyclops
in media res
in the middle of things
epic poem
long narrative poem that tells the adventures of heroes with…
10 terms
Odyssey Books 9 and 10
Plundered
Detained
Mutinous
Squall
(V.) Looted; stolen by force
(V.) To hold or keep... (Adj.) Being held or kept
(Adj.) Demonstrating anger toward leadership
(N.) A brief, violent storm
Plundered
(V.) Looted; stolen by force
Detained
(V.) To hold or keep... (Adj.) Being held or kept
10 terms
Odyssey 9
Adversary
Appalled
Avenge
Disdain
An opponet; emery
Filled w/ dismay; horrified
To take revenge on behalf of
To refuse or defect scornfully
Adversary
An opponet; emery
Appalled
Filled w/ dismay; horrified
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Odyssey 9
formidable
guile
indifferent
entreat
inspiring admiration, awe, or fear
skillful slyness; craftness
having no interest in or concern for
to ask earnestly; beg
formidable
inspiring admiration, awe, or fear
guile
skillful slyness; craftness
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Odyssey - Book 9 vocab
mustered
stern
victuals
appalled
Assembled; gathered.
The rear end of a ship.
Food.
Horrified, shocked.
mustered
Assembled; gathered.
stern
The rear end of a ship.
20 terms
Odyssey # 9
Garrulous
Copse
Ordain
Verdant
Talking too much about unimportant things, loquacious
Thicket of trees / shrubs
To install as a minister, priest, or rabbi, to order by decree
Green, covered w green vegetation or unexperienced and unsoph…
Garrulous
Talking too much about unimportant things, loquacious
Copse
Thicket of trees / shrubs
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Odyssey Vocab. Chapters 7 - 9
court
grief
panic
whirlpool
to date someone and become engaged to be married
very sad feelings
being scared and nervous
dangerous swirling water
court
to date someone and become engaged to be married
grief
very sad feelings
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LA9 The Odyssey Vocabulary
annex
chafe
plunder
prodigious
add on or attach
be impatient or vexed
steal or take by trickery or by force
exceptional; of great size or power
annex
add on or attach
chafe
be impatient or vexed
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odyssey (9)
formidable
guile
mustered
to ravage
causing fear, dread, or awe
craftiness; using trickery when dealing with others
to gather together; to assemble
to ruin; to destroy; to devastate
formidable
causing fear, dread, or awe
guile
craftiness; using trickery when dealing with others
84 terms
Odyssey 9
οἰνοχοος
στονοεις
εὐδειελος
ἀριπρεπες
wine-bearer
woeful
bright
very distinguished
οἰνοχοος
wine-bearer
στονοεις
woeful
345 terms
Odyssey 9
ἀοιδός, ὁ,
ἀριδείκετος , ον
λαός , ὁ,
ἤ τοι
singer, minstrel
famous, glorious
people
indeed
ἀοιδός, ὁ,
singer, minstrel
ἀριδείκετος , ον
famous, glorious
38 terms
English 9 "The Odyssey"
epic poem
epic invocation
"in medias res"
Odysseus
the literary genre of "The Odyssey"
the narrator asking a muse for assistance in telling his tale
How "The Odyssey" begins- it means "in the middle of things"
the architect of the Trojan Horse; the king of Ithaca
epic poem
the literary genre of "The Odyssey"
epic invocation
the narrator asking a muse for assistance in telling his tale
10 terms
Odyssey Test Chp. 9
How does Odysseus identify himself?
Lotus-Eaters
Cyclops appearance and behavior
Cicones
tells Phaeacians I am Odysseus, son of Laertes
people who eat the lotus (mellow fruit and flower), got the c…
lawless brutes who trust to the gods they would never plant w…
Odysseus sacked their city and killed the men and urges his c…
How does Odysseus identify himself?
tells Phaeacians I am Odysseus, son of Laertes
Lotus-Eaters
people who eat the lotus (mellow fruit and flower), got the c…
28 terms
The Odyssey Books 9-12
Stops in order
Polyphemus
King Antiphates
Eurylochus
1. Troy 2. Ismarus 3. Lotus Eaters 4. Cyclopses 5. Aeolia 6.…
- Cyclops... - son of Poseidon... - eats humans... - blinded by Odysse…
- king of the Laistrygonians
- Odysseus' right hand man... - leads the mutiny against Odysseu…
Stops in order
1. Troy 2. Ismarus 3. Lotus Eaters 4. Cyclopses 5. Aeolia 6.…
Polyphemus
- Cyclops... - son of Poseidon... - eats humans... - blinded by Odysse…
21 terms
The Odyssey 9
Affront
Blithe
Boorish
Buoyant
Offencive act
Lighthearted
Insensitive
Capable of floating
Affront
Offencive act
Blithe
Lighthearted
21 terms
The Odyssey- Books 5-9
How did Calypso help Odysseus leave th…
Why did Poseidon stir up the storm?
How did the storm affect Odysseus?
Who was Nausicaa? Why did she decide t…
Gives him tools to make a raft and gives him food and drink f…
The Gods let Odysseus go
He is thrown overboard and almost drowns, smashed his boat
A princess, to wash her wedding gown
How did Calypso help Odysseus leave th…
Gives him tools to make a raft and gives him food and drink f…
Why did Poseidon stir up the storm?
The Gods let Odysseus go
29 terms
The Odyssey LA-9
Agamemnon
Alcinous
Amphinomus
Antinous
(Human) King and leader of Greek forces during the Trojan war
(Human) King of the Phaeacians and person to whom Odysseus re…
(Human) One of Penelope's suitors
(Human) Rudest of Penelope's suitors
Agamemnon
(Human) King and leader of Greek forces during the Trojan war
Alcinous
(Human) King of the Phaeacians and person to whom Odysseus re…
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Odyssey Vocab chap 5-9
fancy
complacent
exuberant
despondent
a liking
pleased with oneself
extremely joyful
feeling profound hopelessness
fancy
a liking
complacent
pleased with oneself
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Odyssey 9
Where did they go to
Whatd they do there
Did Odyseuss want to leave. What happe…
How many days did it take to get to ne…
Ismaros- Cicones
Pillaged town and killed men
Wanted to but crew didn't so they stayed and ended up losing…
10- Loutus eaters
Where did they go to
Ismaros- Cicones
Whatd they do there
Pillaged town and killed men
10 terms
Odyssey 9
What is Odysseus' final destination in…
According to Odysseus, he is famous fo…
Which of the following best describes…
Which of the following help Odysseus t…
home (Ithaca)
cunning and clever
unconcerned
telling Polyphemus that his name is nobody
What is Odysseus' final destination in…
home (Ithaca)
According to Odysseus, he is famous fo…
cunning and clever
14 terms
The Odyssey- Book 9
oar
lout
rams
ewes
paddle
a stupid person
a male sheep
a female goat
oar
paddle
lout
a stupid person
15 terms
The Odyssey Vocab - Week #9
Succumb
Doting
Parched
Entice
to give way to superior force, yield
excessively fond of; indulgent, or pampering
extremely dry; very thirsty
to attract by offering reward or pleasure
Succumb
to give way to superior force, yield
Doting
excessively fond of; indulgent, or pampering
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Odyssey Book 9 Quiz 1
mustered
prodigious
civility
entreat
to come together
(adj.) immense; extraordinary in bulk, size, or degree
polite behavior
To beg
mustered
to come together
prodigious
(adj.) immense; extraordinary in bulk, size, or degree
15 terms
Odyssey Vocabulary 9
loathsome
vagabond
shrill
treacherous
causing feelings of hatred or disgust
a person who travels from place to place and does not have a…
sharp, high-pitched, and piercing in tone
very dangerous and difficult to deal with; likely to betray t…
loathsome
causing feelings of hatred or disgust
vagabond
a person who travels from place to place and does not have a…
10 terms
Odyssey Book 9 Vocabulary
formidable
guile
indifferent
entreat
inspiring admiration
skillful slyness
having no interest
to ask earnestly
formidable
inspiring admiration
guile
skillful slyness
17 terms
THE ODYSSEY- Book 9
bard
hubris
borne
mutinous
A poet; in olden times, a performer who told heroic stories t…
Excessive pride or self-confidence
carried; put up with
(adjective): rebellious, insubordinate, revolutionary
bard
A poet; in olden times, a performer who told heroic stories t…
hubris
Excessive pride or self-confidence
13 terms
Odyssey book 9
Calypso
Ogygia
Alcinous
Phaeacians
A sea goddess who lives on the island of Ogygia
An island
The king of Phaeacians
A king
Calypso
A sea goddess who lives on the island of Ogygia
Ogygia
An island
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Odyssey Vocabulary Book 9
formidable
guile
indifferent
entreat
inspiring admiration, awe, or fear
skillfull shyness; craftiness
having no interest in or concern for
ask earnestly; beg
formidable
inspiring admiration, awe, or fear
guile
skillfull shyness; craftiness
7 terms
The Odyssey 9
What was the effect of the lotus plant?
How heavy is the door of the Cyclops'…
What is the first villainous thing he…
Why does't O kills C when he has the c…
makes them remain captive to the island and forget memories.
it was incredibly heavy and weighed tons.
he ate two of O's men and smashed their heads against rocks.
he and his men would be trapped in the cave.
What was the effect of the lotus plant?
makes them remain captive to the island and forget memories.
How heavy is the door of the Cyclops'…
it was incredibly heavy and weighed tons.
33 terms
Odyssey Chapters 9-12
Ismarus
Cicones
Lotus Eaters
Cyclopes
The land of the Cicones
Odysseus and his men slay these men and pillage their village
Lethagric plant eaters
Mythical race of one-eyed giants
Ismarus
The land of the Cicones
Cicones
Odysseus and his men slay these men and pillage their village
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English 9 Vocabulary The Odyssey
Guile [N]
Detain [V]
Squall [N]
Muster [V]
Clever; sneaky
To take by force
A sudden violent gust of wind
To assemble; to collect
Guile [N]
Clever; sneaky
Detain [V]
To take by force
12 terms
Odyssey 9-12
Polyphemus
Circe
Hades
Lotus plant
the one eyed giant
turned Odysseus's men to pigs
Odysseus saw his mom here
makes you forget about home
Polyphemus
the one eyed giant
Circe
turned Odysseus's men to pigs
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Odyssey terms -- English 9
aegis
archetype
arete
covenant
a shield or breastplate with a majestic symbol (this shield i…
a prototype, perfect example, or original model of a characte…
excellence; good character; the qualities demonstrated in rea…
a formal, solemn, and binding agreement (often religious in n…
aegis
a shield or breastplate with a majestic symbol (this shield i…
archetype
a prototype, perfect example, or original model of a characte…
16 terms
Odyssey terms -- English 9
aegis
archetype
arete
covenant
a shield or breastplate with a majestic symbol (this shield i…
a prototype, perfect example, or original model of a characte…
excellence; good character; the qualities demonstrated in rea…
a formal, solemn, and binding agreement (often religious in n…
aegis
a shield or breastplate with a majestic symbol (this shield i…
archetype
a prototype, perfect example, or original model of a characte…
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