Odysseus

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From Ancient Greek Ὀδυσσεύς (Odusseús).

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Odysseus

  1. A male given name from Ancient Greek
  2. (Greek mythology) The son of Laertes and Anticlea and father of Telemachus. A Greek leader during the Trojan War, he was responsible for the Trojan horse. He was also king of Ithaca, hero of the Iliad and protagonist of the Odyssey.

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