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AP English The Odyssey Vocab.
ASSENT (V)
Ardor (N)
BEGUILED (ADJ)
BESMIRCH (V)
To give the concurrence of one's will, to agree to, to comply…
Fierce or burning heat; fire
Deluded, deceived by guile; self-deluded, mistaken.
To soil, discolour, as with smoke, soot, or mud.
ASSENT (V)
To give the concurrence of one's will, to agree to, to comply…
Ardor (N)
Fierce or burning heat; fire
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Odyssey Vocab Pre-AP English
Archetype
Lithe
Insolent
Lament
An original pattern or model; prototype
Bending easily; flexible
Boldly disrespectful
To feel or express deep sorrow (for); mourn
Archetype
An original pattern or model; prototype
Lithe
Bending easily; flexible
Pre-AP English: Odyssey Test
Cicones
Lotus eaters
Cyclopes
Aeolus
Odysseus and his men battle them, get drunk, are surprised at…
eating the plant from this land makes you forget everything a…
giant race of one eyed monsters; Odysseus blinds one of them…
God of wind; gives Odysseus a bag of unfavorable winds
Cicones
Odysseus and his men battle them, get drunk, are surprised at…
Lotus eaters
eating the plant from this land makes you forget everything a…
Odyssey Vocabulary - Pre-AP English Semester 1
Allusion
Anecdote
Ambiguity
Archetype
reference to a statement, a person, a place, or event from li…
very brief story, usually told to make a point
an element of uncertainty in a text , in which something can…
ideal example or model after which other things are patterned
Allusion
reference to a statement, a person, a place, or event from li…
Anecdote
very brief story, usually told to make a point
Pre AP English Odyssey Vocab
Harried
Ponderous
Profusion
Adversary
Teased
Heavy in a clumsy way
An abundance
An opponent or enemy
Harried
Teased
Ponderous
Heavy in a clumsy way
Pre-AP English: Odyssey Characters
Odysseus
Penelope
Calypso
Poseidon
Main character; Greek warrior and strategist; spends the book…
Odysseus' wife; wanted by the suitors; mother of Telemachus
goddess/nymph who holds Odysseus captive on her island becaus…
Greek god of the sea; hates Odysseus, who blinded his son; se…
Odysseus
Main character; Greek warrior and strategist; spends the book…
Penelope
Odysseus' wife; wanted by the suitors; mother of Telemachus
English 1 Pre-AP: Odyssey Greek Concepts
nostos
kleos
hubris
xenia
song of return/homecoming sone
song of glory
excessive pride
hospitality
nostos
song of return/homecoming sone
kleos
song of glory
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Pre-AP English 9 The Odyssey
Alcinous
Odysseus
Penelope
Calypso
King of Phaeacians listening to Odysseus' story, allows him s…
Hero of Trojan War on a journey home to Ithaca from Troy.
Married to Odysseus
Falls in love with Odysseus
Alcinous
King of Phaeacians listening to Odysseus' story, allows him s…
Odysseus
Hero of Trojan War on a journey home to Ithaca from Troy.
AP English Quiz: Odyssey Context
Telemacheia
nostos
xenia
ego
Books 1-4 of the Odyssey
homecoming
guest-host relationship (xenos= guest, host, friend, stranger…
"I" or self
Telemacheia
Books 1-4 of the Odyssey
nostos
homecoming
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PreAP English I- Odyssey Test
Year 10
720BC
The two week story of conflict between…
Achilles
Around what year did the Trojan War take place?
Around what year was the story written down by Homer?
The Iliad is about __________.
The main character of the Iliad is
Year 10
Around what year did the Trojan War take place?
720BC
Around what year was the story written down by Homer?
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Pre-AP English The Odyssey Part 2
What does commandeer mean?
What does restitution mean?
What does adversity mean?
What does implacable mean?
to take control by force
a making good for loss or damage, repayment
hardship, misfortune
impossible to soothe, unforgiving
What does commandeer mean?
to take control by force
What does restitution mean?
a making good for loss or damage, repayment
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Odyssey Review - Pre AP/IB English I
Odysseus
Penelope
Telemachus
Laertes
a Greek respected for his special weapon: intelligence, creat…
wife of Odysseus, one of the three weavers
son of Odysseus
father of Odysseus
Odysseus
a Greek respected for his special weapon: intelligence, creat…
Penelope
wife of Odysseus, one of the three weavers
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Pre-AP English I Odyssey Part 1
Epic Simile
Epithet
Archetype
in medias res
A detailed comparison between two things not using like or as…
A descriptive phrase that gives characteristics of a characte…
A reoccurring symbol in literature and art.... In the Odyssey,…
Takes place in the middle of a story with the past being told…
Epic Simile
A detailed comparison between two things not using like or as…
Epithet
A descriptive phrase that gives characteristics of a characte…
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English P-AP: The Odyssey Background Quiz Study Guide
Homer
blindness
The Iliad
The Odyssey
Credited with authorship of The Odyssey
Physical handicap of the author of The Odyssey
Title of the poem about the Trojan War
Title of the poem that tells the story of what happened AFTER…
Homer
Credited with authorship of The Odyssey
blindness
Physical handicap of the author of The Odyssey
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The Odyssey Test- Ms. Judge Pre-AP English
What rhapsody are the Iliad and Odysse…
What war is the Iliad about?
What modern day country did the Trojan…
What did Heinrich Schliemann contribut…
Homer
Trojan War
Turkey
He discovered ruins in the 1800s that are believed to be from…
What rhapsody are the Iliad and Odysse…
Homer
What war is the Iliad about?
Trojan War
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The Odyssey Vocabulary- English 1 Pre AP/GT
abominably
adversary
appalled
ardor
in a hateful way;horribly
an opponent; enemy
filled with dismay; horrified
passion
abominably
in a hateful way;horribly
adversary
an opponent; enemy
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Pre-AP English The Odyssey Part 1
Who was furious that she was not invit…
The goddess of discord threw a golden…
What goddesses wanted the golden apple…
Who was to judge who was the fairest o…
goddess of discord
the fairest one
Aphrodite, Athena, Hera
Paris
Who was furious that she was not invit…
goddess of discord
The goddess of discord threw a golden…
the fairest one
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English Pre-AP Odyssey Vocabulary Books 9 - 12
enthrall
thrall
keen
mutiny
(VERB) 1. to captivate or charm 2: to put or hold in slavery;…
(NOUN) 1: a person who is in bondage; slave 2: a person who i…
(ADJ) 1: finely sharped, as an edge; so shaped as to cut or p…
(NOUN) 1: revolt or rebellion against constituted authority 2…
enthrall
(VERB) 1. to captivate or charm 2: to put or hold in slavery;…
thrall
(NOUN) 1: a person who is in bondage; slave 2: a person who i…
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English Pre-AP The Odyssey Vocabulary Books 13 - 24
poise
sumptuous
aghast
transgress
(NOUN) 1: a state of balance or equilibrium, as from equality…
(ADJ) 1: entailing great expense, as from choice materials, f…
(ADJ) struck with overwhelming shock or amusement; filled wit…
(VERB) to violate a law, command, moral code, etc.; offend; s…
poise
(NOUN) 1: a state of balance or equilibrium, as from equality…
sumptuous
(ADJ) 1: entailing great expense, as from choice materials, f…
The Odyssey Part 2 Pre-AP English 9
dissemble
incredulity
bemusing
equity
conceal under a false appearance; disguise
unwillingness or inability to believe
stupefying or muddling
fairness; justice
dissemble
conceal under a false appearance; disguise
incredulity
unwillingness or inability to believe
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English Pre-AP The Odyssey Vocabulary List (Books 1 - 8)
plunder
hallowed
strive
suave
(VERB) to rob of goods or valuables by force, as in war, host…
(ADJ) to make holy
(VERB) 1: try hard; to make strenuous efforts toward any goal…
(ADJ) smoothly agreeable or polite; sophisticated (connotatio…
plunder
(VERB) to rob of goods or valuables by force, as in war, host…
hallowed
(ADJ) to make holy
Pre-AP English 1 The Odyssey Vocab List 2
forsake
fortuitous
furrow
gambol
abandon (someone or something)
happening by accident or chance rather than design
a long narrow trench made in the ground by a plow, especially…
run or jump about playfully
forsake
abandon (someone or something)
fortuitous
happening by accident or chance rather than design
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pre AP English semester exam study guide the Odyssey
Who wrote The Odyssey?
When was The Odyssey written? 750 BC
Define epic poem?
What literary device helps an author c…
Homer
750 B.C.
a long narrative poem about a legendary hero
repetition
Who wrote The Odyssey?
Homer
When was The Odyssey written? 750 BC
750 B.C.
pre ap english 1 the odyssey vocabulary
avenge
baffle
bid
contend
to harm someone who has harmed you or someone or something th…
to defeat by puzzling or confusing
to command or order
to struggle
avenge
to harm someone who has harmed you or someone or something th…
baffle
to defeat by puzzling or confusing
Odyssey Review for Pre-AP English 1 Fall Final
The Illiad and The Odyssey are attribu…
The Illiad is the story of the ______…
The Trojan War took place on the plain…
What did Heinrich Schliemann contribut…
Homer
Trojan
Turkey
He found Troy on the coast of Turkey.
The Illiad and The Odyssey are attribu…
Homer
The Illiad is the story of the ______…
Trojan
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English The Odyssey
Odysseus
Penelope
Telemacus
Circe
...
Wise, loyal, cautious, patient, wife of Odyssues, daugher of…
Odyssues' son who is just growing up and trying to prove hims…
Circe drugs Odysseus men, turning them into pigs, Odysseus is…
Odysseus
...
Penelope
Wise, loyal, cautious, patient, wife of Odyssues, daugher of…
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English-The Odyssey
Troy
cicones
lotus eaters
cyclops
The Greeks fought the Trojans for 10 years. Greeks won when…
sided with Troy durning Trojan war
they loose the desire to go home.
traps them and eats the men.
Troy
The Greeks fought the Trojans for 10 years. Greeks won when…
cicones
sided with Troy durning Trojan war
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Pre-AP English 1 The Odyssey Vocab List 3
lament
lucid
malign
mundane
a passionate expression of grief or sorrow
expressed clearly; easy to understand
evil in nature or effect; malevolent
lacking interest or excitement; dull
lament
a passionate expression of grief or sorrow
lucid
expressed clearly; easy to understand
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English: The Odyssey
Orestes
Homer
Odysseus
Telemachus
Son of Clytemnestra and Agamemnon. Killed his wife and her lo…
Author of the Odyssey. Possibly fake, and the story was piece…
The hero of The Odyssey, Odysseus leads his men back home to…
The son of Odysseus. Sets out on a mission to find him, but e…
Orestes
Son of Clytemnestra and Agamemnon. Killed his wife and her lo…
Homer
Author of the Odyssey. Possibly fake, and the story was piece…
English / The Odyssey
True
He hangs from a tree until she spits h…
Sleeping
They stop their ears with beeswax.
The sirens all sang and played the flute and lyre.
How does Odysseus escape Charybdis the second time?
What is Odysseus doing when the men slaughter the cattle?
How does Odysseus's crew keep from succumbing to the sirens?
True
The sirens all sang and played the flute and lyre.
He hangs from a tree until she spits h…
How does Odysseus escape Charybdis the second time?
Pre-AP English 1 The Odyssey Vocab List 1
acclaim
archaic
ardor
artful
praise, approval; to salute; to hail
antiquated, old, out of use
warmth or head of emotions; extreme force, vigor, or energy
skillful, clever, tricky
acclaim
praise, approval; to salute; to hail
archaic
antiquated, old, out of use
Pre-AP English 1 The Odyssey Vocab List 4
ravenous
reconcile
rejoice
reproach
Extremely hungry
restore friendly relations between
feel or show great joy or delight
address (someone) in such a way as to express disapproval or…
ravenous
Extremely hungry
reconcile
restore friendly relations between
Pre-AP English 1 The Odyssey Vocab List 3
lament
lucid
malign
mundane
a passionate expression of grief or sorrow
expressed clearly; easy to understand
evil in nature or effect; malevolent
lacking interest or excitement; dull
lament
a passionate expression of grief or sorrow
lucid
expressed clearly; easy to understand
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English- Odyssey
Odysseus
Telemachus
Penelope
Polyphemus
The protagonist of the Odyssey. Hw fought among the other Gre…
Odysseus's son. An infant when Odysseus left for Troy,He is a…
Wife of Odysseus and mother of Telemachus. She spends her day…
One of the Cyclopes (uncivilized one-eyed giants) whose islan…
Odysseus
The protagonist of the Odyssey. Hw fought among the other Gre…
Telemachus
Odysseus's son. An infant when Odysseus left for Troy,He is a…
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English Odyssey
Beguile
Herald
Lament
Insolent
To charm, to divert attention pleasantly from
An official messenger
A passionate experience of grief
Rude and insulting in an arrogant way
Beguile
To charm, to divert attention pleasantly from
Herald
An official messenger
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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…
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Pre- AP English 2 Final Spring Review- Odyssey
Alcinoos
Antinoos
Argos
Athena
King of Phaicians- is so impressed with him that he asks Odys…
First of the Suitors to be killed
The land where Telemachos let the msn charged with manslaught…
Goddess of wisdom and helps Odysseus through his journey. Fir…
Alcinoos
King of Phaicians- is so impressed with him that he asks Odys…
Antinoos
First of the Suitors to be killed
english odyssey
sloth (n)
distraught(adj)
affront(n)
regalia
laziness
being deeply agitated or upset
an offense to ones dignity or pride, an act of disrespect
rights belonging to a ruler, royal powers or privileges
sloth (n)
laziness
distraught(adj)
being deeply agitated or upset
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English - The Odyssey
Odysseus
Agamemnon
Eumaeus
Penelope
...
...
...
...
Odysseus
...
Agamemnon
...
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English: The Odyssey Part 1
travail
foreboding
adversary
harried
hard work
dread for the future
an ememy
harassed, bothered
travail
hard work
foreboding
dread for the future
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english odyssey
bard
epithet
formulaic pattern
epic
a poet, traditionally one reciting epics and associated with…
an adjective or descriptive phrase expressing a quality chara…
...
poem that is many hundred pages long
bard
a poet, traditionally one reciting epics and associated with…
epithet
an adjective or descriptive phrase expressing a quality chara…
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English Odyssey
helios
Poseidon
Telemachus
hephaestus
lord of the sun
god of seas
Odysseus' son
lame blacksmith
helios
lord of the sun
Poseidon
god of seas
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English: The Odyssey Events
Calypso's Island
The Lotus Eaters
The Enchantress Circe
The Land of the Dead
Odysseus arrives on Calypso's Island and is kept their for Ca…
...
...
...
Calypso's Island
Odysseus arrives on Calypso's Island and is kept their for Ca…
The Lotus Eaters
...
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English Odyssey
Tiresias
Telemachus
Calypso
Hermes
Blind prophet
Odysseus' and Penelope's son
Sea goddess who loved Odysseus
Herald the messenger of the gods
Tiresias
Blind prophet
Telemachus
Odysseus' and Penelope's son
english odyssey
shun
ardor
dwindle
tumult
to keep away from; avoid
passion; intensity of emotion; enthusiasm
to gradually lessen; diminish
commotion; uproar
shun
to keep away from; avoid
ardor
passion; intensity of emotion; enthusiasm
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English odyssey
Odysseus
Penelope
Telemachus
Poseidon
Lost at sea, trying ti get home
Wife of Odysseus
Went to pylos
God of sea, antagonist
Odysseus
Lost at sea, trying ti get home
Penelope
Wife of Odysseus
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English odyssey
Muse is zues's daughter. The speaker a…
King of Ithaca. He is skilled, strong,…
"His shipmates own recklessness will d…
Alcinuous- who ody tells the story to
Who is muse, what does the speaker ask of him?
What is the history of the main character? What traits is he…
What hint do we get of how the story will end?
Who finds ody in scheria?
Muse is zues's daughter. The speaker a…
Who is muse, what does the speaker ask of him?
King of Ithaca. He is skilled, strong,…
What is the history of the main character? What traits is he…
AP Lit Odyssey Terms
Zeus
Zeus
Zeus
Trojans
King of gods, son of Cronus and Rhea, brother and husband of…
Rules the sky and weather, hospitality and the rights of gues…
Eagle and thunderbolts are some of his signs
People of Troy and their allies arrayed against the Achaeans…
Zeus
King of gods, son of Cronus and Rhea, brother and husband of…
Zeus
Rules the sky and weather, hospitality and the rights of gues…
English odyssey
Epic
Epic hero
Epic similes
Epithet
A long narrative poem
A larger than life who undertakes journeys and performs deeds…
Comparison between two unlike things
Is a brief descriptive phrase used to characterize a particul…
Epic
A long narrative poem
Epic hero
A larger than life who undertakes journeys and performs deeds…
English-Odyssey
Adversary
Ponderous
Entreat
Disdain
An opponent; enemy
Heavy in a clumsy way; bulky
To ask earnestly; beg
To refuse or reject scornfully
Adversary
An opponent; enemy
Ponderous
Heavy in a clumsy way; bulky
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