noun Odys·seus \ō-ˈdi-sē-əs, -ˈdis-yəs, -ˈdi-shəs, -ˈdi-ˌshüs\

Definition of ODYSSEUS

:  a king of Ithaca and Greek leader in the Trojan War who after the war wanders 10 years before reaching home

Origin of ODYSSEUS

First Known Use: 1616


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