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Odyssey Book 1 Vocabulary - ELA
Muster
Ravage
Sage
Profusion
(v.) to gather, to summon, to rouse
(v.) to destroy violently
(adj.) wise
(n.) large supply, abundance
Muster
(v.) to gather, to summon, to rouse
Ravage
(v.) to destroy violently
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The Odyssey Book 1: Athene Visits Telemachus (Rieu)
yearn
immortal
exile
patient
have an intense feeling of longing for something
living forever
the state of being forced out from one's native country
able to accept or tolerate delays, problems, or suffering wit…
yearn
have an intense feeling of longing for something
immortal
living forever
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Odyssey vocabulary Book 1
plundered
squall
dispatched
mammoth
took goods by force; looted
brief, violent storm
finished quickly
enormous
plundered
took goods by force; looted
squall
brief, violent storm
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The Odyssey: Book 1
After receiving supper, what do the su…
After speaking to Athena, how does Tel…
As soon as Penelope leaves for bed, wh…
Did Telemachus know that Athena was vi…
Song and dance
He tells them to cease speaking of his mother and that they w…
They audibly begin praying that they could sleep with her.
Initially, no. When she leaves, he knows that he was speaking…
After receiving supper, what do the su…
Song and dance
After speaking to Athena, how does Tel…
He tells them to cease speaking of his mother and that they w…
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the odyssey book 1
contending
valor
baleful
buffets
struggle
personal courage
destructive
strike with a blow
contending
struggle
valor
personal courage
Odyssey book 1
suave
supple
burnished
staid
smoothly though often superficially gracious and sophisticated
capable of being bent or folded without creases, cracks, or b…
made shiny or lustrous especially by rubbing
marked by settled sedateness and often prim self-restrain
suave
smoothly though often superficially gracious and sophisticated
supple
capable of being bent or folded without creases, cracks, or b…
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Odyssey book 1-12 Quotes
"My word, how mortals take the gods to…
"My child, what strange remarks you le…
"My child, what odd complaints you let…
"Let these men take him to their heart…
Zeus
Zeus
Zeus
Zeus
"My word, how mortals take the gods to…
Zeus
"My child, what strange remarks you le…
Zeus
odyssey book 1
seethe
harangue
exult
thwart
to get angry to the point of becoming violent
a long, public speech
to rejoice
to obstruct
seethe
to get angry to the point of becoming violent
harangue
a long, public speech
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Odyssey Book 1 Vocabulary
Plundered
Harangued
Uncanny
Insolent
To take goods by force
A long public speech/tirade
Something mysterious and canny
Someone who is rude and/or disrespectful
Plundered
To take goods by force
Harangued
A long public speech/tirade
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The Odyssey Book 1
Calypso
Poseidon
Agamemnon/Atrides
Orestes
A nymph... "...the bewitching nymph, the lustrous goddess, held…
Controls the sea... "He raged on, seething against the great Od…
Father of Orestes... Killed by Aegisthus, his wife's boyfriend…
Agamemnons' son ... Killed Aegisthus ... "...renowned Orestes..."…
Calypso
A nymph... "...the bewitching nymph, the lustrous goddess, held…
Poseidon
Controls the sea... "He raged on, seething against the great Od…
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Odyssey Book 1 Vocabulary
Plundered (v)
Harangued (n)
Uncanny (adj.)
Insolent (adj.)
to take goods by force
a long public speech/ tirade
something mysterious and canny
someone who is rude and/ or disrespectful
Plundered (v)
to take goods by force
Harangued (n)
a long public speech/ tirade
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Odyssey Vocab Book 1
seethe
harangue
exult
supple
to surge or foam as if boiling; to be in a state of agitation…
a long, passionate speech, especially one delivered before a…
to show or feel a lively or triumphant joy
bending readily without breaking or becoming deformed; flexible
seethe
to surge or foam as if boiling; to be in a state of agitation…
harangue
a long, passionate speech, especially one delivered before a…
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Odyssey Book 1
Muse
Troy
Zeus
Zeus Epithet
One of Zeus' 9 goddess daughters and are responsible for the…
A large city of ancient Greece during the Bronze Age
The king of gods, and lightning is his thing. He is the head…
Summoner of cloud
Muse
One of Zeus' 9 goddess daughters and are responsible for the…
Troy
A large city of ancient Greece during the Bronze Age
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Odyssey Vocab Book 1
contending
valor
baleful
buffets
fight
personal courage
destructive
strike with a blow
contending
fight
valor
personal courage
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Book 1-8 Odyssey vocabulary
Formidable
Gulie
Valor
Baleful
inspiring fear or respect through being impressively large, p…
sly or cunning intelligence. (Hint: Odysseus!)
great courage in the face of danger, especially in battle.
threatening harm; menacing.
Formidable
inspiring fear or respect through being impressively large, p…
Gulie
sly or cunning intelligence. (Hint: Odysseus!)
odyssey vocab book 1
propitiate
insolence
vexed
quells
appease; gain forgiveness
rudeness; disrespect
annoyed
silences; subdues
propitiate
appease; gain forgiveness
insolence
rudeness; disrespect
Book 1 Odyssey
contending
valor
baleful
buffets
strive
personal courage
destructive
strike with a blow
contending
strive
valor
personal courage
Odyssey Book 1 Vocabulary
Plundered
Harangued
Uncanny
Insolent
(V) to take goods by force
(N) a long public speech/tirade
(Adj) something mysterious and canny
(Adj) someone who is rude and/or disrespectful
Plundered
(V) to take goods by force
Harangued
(N) a long public speech/tirade
Odyssey book 1 Vocabulary
Plunder
Formidable
Guile
Ponderous
To take by force,especially in warfare
Causing fear, dread, awe, or admiration
Slyness; craftiness; skillful deception
Having great weight or bulk
Plunder
To take by force,especially in warfare
Formidable
Causing fear, dread, awe, or admiration
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Odyssey book 1
Invocation
Calypso
10 years
Poseidon
Gives background at beginning
Keeping Odysseus prisoner
Length of Trojan war
Angry with Odysseus
Invocation
Gives background at beginning
Calypso
Keeping Odysseus prisoner
Odyssey Book 1 vocab
Harried
Patrimony
Suitors
Irked
Feeling strained as a result of having dmeands persistently m…
Properly inherited from one's father or male ancestor
A man who pursues a relationship with a particular woman, wit…
Irritate; annoy
Harried
Feeling strained as a result of having dmeands persistently m…
Patrimony
Properly inherited from one's father or male ancestor
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Odyssey Book 1
seething
exulted
suitor
insolent
(v.) to get angry to the point of becoming violent
(v.) to rejoice; to show joy
(n.) a man who courts/woos a woman
(adj.) someone who is rude and/or direspectful
seething
(v.) to get angry to the point of becoming violent
exulted
(v.) to rejoice; to show joy
Odyssey Book 1 Vocab
Harried
Appalled
Ponderous
Profusion
tormented; harassed
filled with dismay; horrified
heavy in a clumsy way; bulky
abundance
Harried
tormented; harassed
Appalled
filled with dismay; horrified
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Odyssey book 1 vocab
Hallowed
Suave
Mortified
Indignation
Honor as holy
Charming, confident, and elegant
Cause someone to feel embarrassed
Anger or annoyance provoked by what is perceived as unfair tr…
Hallowed
Honor as holy
Suave
Charming, confident, and elegant
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Odyssey Book 1.
Suave
Supple
Burnished
Staid
Smooth, gracious, and sophisticated.
Being able to be folded without creases, cracks, or bends
Made shiny for most of the time by polishing.
Marked by settled sedateness
Suave
Smooth, gracious, and sophisticated.
Supple
Being able to be folded without creases, cracks, or bends
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Odyssey Book 1
Acquainted
Asunder
Atrociously
Bard
Familiar or knowledgeable
Apart
Horribly, terribly
Poet
Acquainted
Familiar or knowledgeable
Asunder
Apart
BOOK 1 ODYSSEY
eagle
owl
Arigive... Akhaians... Arcadians... Danaas
nymph
zeus
athena
ALL GREEKS
immortal, just lower than a goddess of less power
eagle
zeus
owl
athena
Odyssey Vocabulary Book 1
suave(67)
Supple(113)
Burnished(149)
Staid(164)
Smoothly though often superficially gracious and sophisticated
Capable of being bent or folded without creases, cracks, or b…
Made shiny or lustrous especially by rubbing
Marked by settled sedateness and often prim self-restrain
suave(67)
Smoothly though often superficially gracious and sophisticated
Supple(113)
Capable of being bent or folded without creases, cracks, or b…
Odyssey book 1 vocabulary
Suave
Thwart
Shrewdly
Insolent
Adjective- Charming, confident, elegant,... The suave man wore a…
verb- prevent (someone) from accomplishing something... The Brit…
adverb- astute or sharp in practical manners... synonym- quick
adjective- showing a rude or arrogant lack of respect... synonym…
Suave
Adjective- Charming, confident, elegant,... The suave man wore a…
Thwart
verb- prevent (someone) from accomplishing something... The Brit…
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ODYSSEY book 1
Bewitching
Gorging
Hallowed
Harangued
Enchanting; charming, captivating
Feeding greedily; glutting or satiating (oneself)
Sanctified, blessed, consecrated, dedicated
Made an address or speech to an assembly; declaimed
Bewitching
Enchanting; charming, captivating
Gorging
Feeding greedily; glutting or satiating (oneself)
Odyssey Book 1
disconsolate (adj)
cordial (adj)
lyre (N)
minstrel (N)
hopelessly sad
friendly
a plucked string instrument associated with ancient Greece an…
a singer of verse with an accompaniment of a harp/lyre
disconsolate (adj)
hopelessly sad
cordial (adj)
friendly
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Odyssey Book 1 Vocab
Plundered
Hallowed
Seething
Harangued
steal
honor
filled with anger
lecture
Plundered
steal
Hallowed
honor
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Odyssey vocab book 1
Muse
Plunder
Hallowed
Lofty
The source of an artist's inspiration
To rob or pillage; to loot ; to take illegally
Sanctified; consecrated
Elevated in character; exalted
Muse
The source of an artist's inspiration
Plunder
To rob or pillage; to loot ; to take illegally
Odyssey Book 1
Hallowed
Seething
Swaggering
Venture
To honor as holy; verb
To be filled with intense anger; verb
To behave in a very confident way; verb
Risky undertaking; noun
Hallowed
To honor as holy; verb
Seething
To be filled with intense anger; verb
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Odyssey Vocabulary - Book 1
Harangue
Marshal
Ornate
Staid
v - To address in an angry way
v - To Arrange
adj - Elaborately
adj - Settled character
Harangue
v - To address in an angry way
Marshal
v - To Arrange
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Odyssey Book 1 Vocab
Suave
Supple
Burnished
Thwart
Smoothly though often superficially gracious and sophisticated
Capable of being bent or folded without creases, cracks, or b…
Made shiny or lustrous especially by rubbing
To run counter to so as to effectively oppose or baffle
Suave
Smoothly though often superficially gracious and sophisticated
Supple
Capable of being bent or folded without creases, cracks, or b…
Odyssey Book 1 vocab
suave
supple
burnished
staid
smoothly though often superficially gracious and sophisticated
capable of being bent or folded without creases, cracks, or b…
made shiny or lustrous especially by rubbing
marked by settled sedateness and often prim self-restrain
suave
smoothly though often superficially gracious and sophisticated
supple
capable of being bent or folded without creases, cracks, or b…
Odyssey Book 1
Suave
Supple
Burnished
Staid
Smooth, Superficially Gracious and Sophisticated
Can be bent/folded without being broken, cracked, etc.
Made shiny or lustrous by rubbing
Settled sedateness, prim self-restrain
Suave
Smooth, Superficially Gracious and Sophisticated
Supple
Can be bent/folded without being broken, cracked, etc.
13 terms
Odyssey Book 1 Vocab
suave
supple
burnished
Staid
Smoothly though often superficially gracious and sophisticated
Capable of being bent or folded without creases, cracks, or b…
Made shiny or lustrous especially by rubbing
Marked by settled sedateness and often prim self-restraint
suave
Smoothly though often superficially gracious and sophisticated
supple
Capable of being bent or folded without creases, cracks, or b…
13 terms
Odyssey Book 1 Vocab
Suave
Supple
Burnished
Staid
Smoothly though often superficially gracious and sophisticated
Capable of being bent or folded without creases, cracks, or b…
Made shiny or lustrous especially by rubbing
Marked by settled sedateness and often prim self-restraint
Suave
Smoothly though often superficially gracious and sophisticated
Supple
Capable of being bent or folded without creases, cracks, or b…
Odyssey Vocab Book 1
plundered
seething
harangued
exulted
to take goods by force
to get angry to the point of becoming violent
a long, public speech/tirade
to rejoice; to show joy
plundered
to take goods by force
seething
to get angry to the point of becoming violent
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Odyssey Book 1
Drove
Distaff
Overweening
Insolent
A group of animals moving together
Of or concerning women
Presumptuously arrogant
Marked by casual disrespect
Drove
A group of animals moving together
Distaff
Of or concerning women
odyssey vocab book 1
harried
patrimony
suitor
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…
irritate; annoy.
harried
feeling strained as a result of having demands persistently m…
patrimony
property inherited from one's father or male ancestor.
Odyssey Book 1 Vocabulary
Plunder
Patrimony
Folly
Beguile
To steal goods; loot
Property inherited from one's father or male ancestor
Lack of good sense, foolishness
To deceive, to trick
Plunder
To steal goods; loot
Patrimony
Property inherited from one's father or male ancestor
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Odyssey Book 1
Abate
Indignant
Lofty
Lamentation
To lessen, decrease
Strong displeasure
Elevated as in hopes or goals
A state of extreme grief
Abate
To lessen, decrease
Indignant
Strong displeasure
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Odyssey book 1 vocabulary
Plundered
Harangued
Uncanny
Insolent
To take gods by force
A long public speech/tirade
Something mysterious and canny
Someone who is rude and or disrespectful
Plundered
To take gods by force
Harangued
A long public speech/tirade
6 terms
Odyssey book 1 vocab
The wanderer, ___ for years on end (to…
The day he comes of age and wants his…
He must warn off that wolf pack of ___…
Before her eyes she found the lusty __…
Harried
Patrimony
Suitors
Suitors
The wanderer, ___ for years on end (to…
Harried
The day he comes of age and wants his…
Patrimony
Odyssey Book 1
Suave
Supple
Burnished
Staid
Smoothly, though often superficially graceful and sophisticated
Capable of being bent or folded without creases, cracks, or b…
Made shiny or lustrous especially through rubbing
Marked through settled sedateness and often prim self restraint
Suave
Smoothly, though often superficially graceful and sophisticated
Supple
Capable of being bent or folded without creases, cracks, or b…
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odyssey book 1
athena
Poseidon, because Odysseus blinded his…
she transforms to look like Mentes, lo…
He is distraught with grief over Odyss…
who proposes that Odysseus be allowed back home?
which god would oppose that plan and why?
how does Athena disguise herself in Ithac
what has become of Odysseus's father, Laertes?
athena
who proposes that Odysseus be allowed back home?
Poseidon, because Odysseus blinded his…
which god would oppose that plan and why?
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Odyssey Vocab Book 1
muse
plunder
hallowed
lofty
source of an artist's inspiration
to rob or pillage
sanctified
elevated in character
muse
source of an artist's inspiration
plunder
to rob or pillage
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