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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
13 terms
Odyssey book 10
the home of Aeolus. Who is he? What gi…
What does Aeolus exhibit towards Odyss…
the land of the Laestrygonians Describ…
Who is Circe's sister?
-Aeolus is the god of the winds, he welcomes Odysseus and his…
-xenia... -"When I begged him to send me on my way, he denied me…
-They were giants ... -page 233 "I alone... tied her to a cliffs…
murderous-minded Aeetes
the home of Aeolus. Who is he? What gi…
-Aeolus is the god of the winds, he welcomes Odysseus and his…
What does Aeolus exhibit towards Odyss…
-xenia... -"When I begged him to send me on my way, he denied me…
Odyssey Book 12
Scylla
Charybdis
Sirens
Circe
A six headed monster
A whirlpool
Beautiful singing women. DANGER!
A sorceress
Scylla
A six headed monster
Charybdis
A whirlpool
10 terms
Odyssey book 13 Vocab
Benison
Benignly
Dissimulation
Chameleon
A blessing
Gracious
Cloak
A shape changer
Benison
A blessing
Benignly
Gracious
Book 1 - The Odyssey
archetype
epic poem
epithet
epic simile
(universal symbol) a typical character, an action, or a situa…
tell of the adventures of heroes who embody the values of the…
(by-name, descriptive title, fixed) repetitive phrasing of a…
(Heroic simile) longer similes that can feature like or as wh…
archetype
(universal symbol) a typical character, an action, or a situa…
epic poem
tell of the adventures of heroes who embody the values of the…
10 terms
Odyssey book 5
Douse
Ornate
Pungent
Solitude
(Noun) ... - pour a liquid over, drench
(Adjective)... - made in an intricate shape or decorated with co…
(Adjective)... - having a strong taste or smell
(Noun) ... - the state or situation of being alone
Douse
(Noun) ... - pour a liquid over, drench
Ornate
(Adjective)... - made in an intricate shape or decorated with co…
10 terms
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…
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
10 terms
Odyssey book 22
Revelry
Harrier
Mettle
Aegis
Carousing
Worries
Spirit
Protection
Revelry
Carousing
Harrier
Worries
5 terms
Odyssey Book 9
Kindred
Foe
Abstainer
Precipitous
One's family and relations
An enemy or opponent
One who refrains from something regarded as improper or unhea…
Dangerously high or steep
Kindred
One's family and relations
Foe
An enemy or opponent
5 terms
Odyssey Book 10
Vittles
Coaxing
Arable
Massacre
food and drink
persuade
used or suitable for growing crops
deliberately and violently kill
Vittles
food and drink
Coaxing
persuade
32 terms
Odyssey Book One Vocabulary
headlong
dispatch
suave
hearth
(adverb) without taking time to think about your actions
(verb) to send someone or something quickly to a particular p…
(adjective) behaving in a relaxed, confident, and pleasant wa…
(noun) the floor in front of or inside a fireplace; a home
headlong
(adverb) without taking time to think about your actions
dispatch
(verb) to send someone or something quickly to a particular p…
5 terms
Odyssey Book 8
Convoy
Minstrel
Herald
Rival
accompany for protection
a medieval singer or musician
a person who delivers news
a person competing with another for the same objective
Convoy
accompany for protection
Minstrel
a medieval singer or musician
13 terms
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…
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
5 terms
Odyssey Book 7
provoke
palisade
barren
masonry
stimulate or give rise to in someone
a fence of wooden stakes forming an enclosure or defence
too poor to produce much or any vegetation
stonework
provoke
stimulate or give rise to in someone
palisade
a fence of wooden stakes forming an enclosure or defence
10 terms
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.
Odyssey Vocab Book 2
Grieve
Stunned
Anguish
Radiant
To feel sad
Surprised and upset
Extreme suffering, grief or pain
Bright and shining
Grieve
To feel sad
Stunned
Surprised and upset
24 terms
Odyssey book 2
Swilling
Squandered
Mortified
Reparation
Drinking great drafts of
Spent extravagantly or foolishly
Subjected to sever or vexing embarrassment
The act of making amends, offering expiation, giving satisfac…
Swilling
Drinking great drafts of
Squandered
Spent extravagantly or foolishly
17 terms
Odyssey Book I
Mentes
Calypso
Ogygia
Ithaca
family friend of Odysseus; (Athena); comes to advise Telemach…
holds Odysseus captive on her island
Calypso's island
Odysseus's kingdom
Mentes
family friend of Odysseus; (Athena); comes to advise Telemach…
Calypso
holds Odysseus captive on her island
8 terms
Odyssey Book 21
commandeered
justification
plunder
gall
to take control by force
an explanation for action
to rob by force
boldness
commandeered
to take control by force
justification
an explanation for action
The Odyssey Book
Author
Homer's two great work of literature
Type of writings
An epic
Homer, liver about 850 BCE, great Greek epic poet, tradition…
The Iliad - The story of the last year of the ten-year siege…
The Odyssey is an epic poem
A narrative poetry (poetry that tells a story) dealing with t…
Author
Homer, liver about 850 BCE, great Greek epic poet, tradition…
Homer's two great work of literature
The Iliad - The story of the last year of the ten-year siege…
Odyssey Book 2
mortify
guile
shroud
ultimatum
to subject to severe and vexing embarrassment
deceitful cunning
a burial garment, elongated like a sheet for the purpose of w…
a final proposition, condition, or demand; especially : one w…
mortify
to subject to severe and vexing embarrassment
guile
deceitful cunning
12 terms
Book 17 Odyssey
Eurycleia
Penelope
Eurymachus
Eumaeus
Odysseus' nurse; she recognizes Odysseus by a scar on his shin.
wife of Laertes' son
A leader for the suitors
swineherd for Odysseus
Eurycleia
Odysseus' nurse; she recognizes Odysseus by a scar on his shin.
Penelope
wife of Laertes' son
18 terms
Odyssey book 1
Epic
Muse
Harried
Guile
(noun) ... - a heroic battle between good and evil told through…
(Noun)... - 9 goddesses the daughters of Zeus Menenosyne. ... - syn…
(Verb) ... - persistently carry attains out on... - synonym... - antonym
(Noun) ... - sly or cunning intelligence ... - synonym ... - antonym
Epic
(noun) ... - a heroic battle between good and evil told through…
Muse
(Noun)... - 9 goddesses the daughters of Zeus Menenosyne. ... - syn…
20 terms
Odyssey Book 11
What object is Tiresias holding when O…
After talking to Anticleia, Odysseus s…
Who is Aeolus' mother?
What is the name of Achilles' son?
A golden scepter
Women
Tyro
Neoptolemus
What object is Tiresias holding when O…
A golden scepter
After talking to Anticleia, Odysseus s…
Women
19 terms
The Odyssey books 1-8
muse
invocation
besieged
formidable
(n) one of the goddesses of the Arts who has inspired a write…
(n) a type of prayer, calling on God for help or success befo…
(v) to crowd in or surround
(adj) causing fear or dread
muse
(n) one of the goddesses of the Arts who has inspired a write…
invocation
(n) a type of prayer, calling on God for help or success befo…
20 terms
The Odyssey books 9 - 12
brute
whim
ponderous
carrion
(n) a savage or cruel person or creature
(n) a sudden idea, notion, or desire
(adj) something important or serious to think about or consider
(n) dead, decaying, and rotting flesh
brute
(n) a savage or cruel person or creature
whim
(n) a sudden idea, notion, or desire
20 terms
Odyssey: Books XIV-XVIII
sojourn
inveigle
ominous
imperious
(n) a temporary stay
(v) influence or urge by gentle urging, caressing, or flatter…
(adj) threatening or foreshadowing evil or tragic developments
(adj) having or showing arrogant superiority to
sojourn
(n) a temporary stay
inveigle
(v) influence or urge by gentle urging, caressing, or flatter…
152 terms
Odyssey book 1-12
"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
Kalypso
Hermes
Athena
Zues
The lady who kept Odyseeus on her island to make him her immo…
He convinces Calypso to let Odysseus off the island
Daughter of Zeus and goddess of wisdom and if she helps Odyss…
The god of the sky
Kalypso
The lady who kept Odyseeus on her island to make him her immo…
Hermes
He convinces Calypso to let Odysseus off the island
20 terms
Odyssey: Books VIII-XIII
conveyance
inept
munificence
paramount
(n) the act of moving something from one location to another
(adj) generally incompetent and ineffectual
(n) liberality in bestowing gifts
(adj) having superior power and influence
conveyance
(n) the act of moving something from one location to another
inept
(adj) generally incompetent and ineffectual
14 terms
Odyssey book 9
Which king is hosting Odysseus and who…
What does the Harper represent
Who is Odysseus' father
What is Odysseus' best trait
Alcinous king of the Phaeacians
Homer
Laertes la..ert^es
Guile
Which king is hosting Odysseus and who…
Alcinous king of the Phaeacians
What does the Harper represent
Homer
20 terms
The Odyssey Book 3 Vocabulary
bandying
bane
batten
befell
trading
undoing; nemesis
to overfeed
happened to
bandying
trading
bane
undoing; nemesis
22 terms
Odyssey-book 12
What is the ultra-mega-dangerous rout…
Overview of Book 12
How are Odysseus and his men to get pa…
Siren description
route 1: clashing rocks - birds can't escape them, big timber…
-Odysseus and his crew arrive here after returning from the l…
They must stay near to Scylla's cliff, sail on past it at top…
What is the ultra-mega-dangerous rout…
route 1: clashing rocks - birds can't escape them, big timber…
Overview of Book 12
-Odysseus and his crew arrive here after returning from the l…
22 terms
Odyssey book 12
What is the ultra-mega-dangerous rout…
Overview of Book 12
How are Odysseus and his men to get pa…
Siren description
route 1: clashing rocks - birds can't escape them, big timber…
-Odysseus and his crew arrive here after returning from the l…
They must stay near to Scylla's cliff, sail on past it at top…
What is the ultra-mega-dangerous rout…
route 1: clashing rocks - birds can't escape them, big timber…
Overview of Book 12
-Odysseus and his crew arrive here after returning from the l…
82 terms
The Odyssey:Books 1-12
What starts off Book 1?
Why had Odysseus not yet returned home…
When Athena asks Zeus to let Odysseus…
What are the suitors doing in Odysseus…
An epic question which is an invocation to the muse to tell t…
He had angered the god Poseidon by blinding his Cyclops son.…
He agrees with Athena
Waiting for Penelope to pick one of them to marry. While they…
What starts off Book 1?
An epic question which is an invocation to the muse to tell t…
Why had Odysseus not yet returned home…
He had angered the god Poseidon by blinding his Cyclops son.…
The Odyssey: Book 2
How many sons does Aegyptius have?
What does Aegyptius say to the assembly?
What does Antinous demand Telemachus t…
What does Athena do in response to Tel…
4... - Antipus... - Eurynomus, one of the suitors... - and 2 others wh…
He asks why they were called, since they haven't been since O…
Antinous says he must force Penelope to marry, but Telemachus…
She encourages him that he will succeed due to his parents' c…
How many sons does Aegyptius have?
4... - Antipus... - Eurynomus, one of the suitors... - and 2 others wh…
What does Aegyptius say to the assembly?
He asks why they were called, since they haven't been since O…
30 terms
Odyssey Book 4 and 5
ravines
sovereign
illustrious
ewes
​small narrow steep-sided valleys that are larger than gullie…
possessing or held to possess supreme authority within a limi…
notably or brilliantly outstanding because of dignity or achi…
female sheep especially when mature
ravines
​small narrow steep-sided valleys that are larger than gullie…
sovereign
possessing or held to possess supreme authority within a limi…
Odyssey Book 12
Abominably
Lurk
Chaos
Scourge
horribly, in a hateful way
to lie hidden, ready to ambush
great disorder or confusion
a cause of great suffering or destruction
Abominably
horribly, in a hateful way
Lurk
to lie hidden, ready to ambush
The Odyssey Book Nine
indifferent
entreat
avenge
whim
(adj) not caring, having no interest; unbiased, impartial
To ask earnestly; to beg
to seek revenge
Acting in a fanciful or capricious manner; unpredictable
indifferent
(adj) not caring, having no interest; unbiased, impartial
entreat
To ask earnestly; to beg
Odyssey Book 13
levies (15)
seething (96)
haven (109)
linen (133)
imposed collections of money or property based on an assessme…
churning or foaming as if boiling
harbor or port
fabric made of flax
levies (15)
imposed collections of money or property based on an assessme…
seething (96)
churning or foaming as if boiling
10 terms
The Odyssey Book 10 Vocabulary
beguiling
stealth
snare
vile
charm or enchant (someone), sometimes in a deceptive way
quiet, secret, or sneaky behavior
a trap
extremely unpleasant; evil
beguiling
charm or enchant (someone), sometimes in a deceptive way
stealth
quiet, secret, or sneaky behavior
10 terms
Odyssey Book 2
Aegyptius
Antiphus
Eurynomus
Pisenor
Old Lord, knew the world by heart, asked who summoned them, 4…
Spearman, son of Aegyptius, sales with Odysseus, killed by Po…
Son of Aegyptius, mixed with the Suitors
Herald, skilled in custom's ways put the staff in Telemachus'…
Aegyptius
Old Lord, knew the world by heart, asked who summoned them, 4…
Antiphus
Spearman, son of Aegyptius, sales with Odysseus, killed by Po…
The Odyssey: Book 3
After the group is done speaking, what…
How does Agamemnon die according to Ne…
How does Athena respond to Telemachus'…
How does everyone realize "the strange…
Make a drink-offering to Poseidon and sleep
Aegisthus killed him after seducing his wife, Queen Clytemnes…
She says that she's sure the gods will help, but they are som…
She turns into the form of an eagle to leave for the boat
After the group is done speaking, what…
Make a drink-offering to Poseidon and sleep
How does Agamemnon die according to Ne…
Aegisthus killed him after seducing his wife, Queen Clytemnes…
5 terms
Odyssey Book 4
Megapenthes
Helen
Eteoneus
Servants of Menelaus and Helen
Son of Menelaus, born by a slave, Married Alector's daughter
Wife of Menelaus, Mother of Hermione, only could have one child
Son of Boethous, ready aide-in-arms of Menelaus
Adreste, Alcippe, Phylo
Megapenthes
Son of Menelaus, born by a slave, Married Alector's daughter
Helen
Wife of Menelaus, Mother of Hermione, only could have one child
Odyssey Book 19
flourish (125)
doused (135)
demurred (137)
renown (142)
grow luxuriantly , thrive
brought to an end : make an end of as if extinguishing a fire…
took objection with an earlier statement
state of being widely acclaimed and highly honored
flourish (125)
grow luxuriantly , thrive
doused (135)
brought to an end : make an end of as if extinguishing a fire…
Odyssey Book 20
hackles (18)
milled (122)
brisk (140)
dregs (184)
erectile hairs along the neck and back especially of a dog wh…
ground into flour, meal, or powder
keenly alert
most undesirable part
hackles (18)
erectile hairs along the neck and back especially of a dog wh…
milled (122)
ground into flour, meal, or powder
Odyssey - Book I
Embolden
Redoubtable
Formidable
Imperishable
To give someone the courage or confidence to do something
Formidable, specially as an opponent
Inspiring fear or respect for being impressively large, power…
Enduring for ever: Imperishable truth
Embolden
To give someone the courage or confidence to do something
Redoubtable
Formidable, specially as an opponent
Odyssey Book 9
spoils (49)
ruddy (219)
wafted (233)
foreboding (237)
plunder taken from an enemy in war or from a victim in robber…
having a healthy reddish color
moved lightly on or as if on a buoyant medium
an omen, prediction, or presentiment especially of coming evil
spoils (49)
plunder taken from an enemy in war or from a victim in robber…
ruddy (219)
having a healthy reddish color
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