Ulysses

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Pinterest- Ulysses and the Sirens by Herbert James Draper

Origin: Latin

Meaning: Latin form of Greek Odysseus, which either comes from odyssomai “to hate” or oduromai “to lament, bewail”

Ulysses is the Roman counterpart to Odysseus

Variants: Ulyssa (f); Ulysse (French, m); Ulisse (Italian, m); Ulisses (Portuguese, m); Ulises (Spanish, m)

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