How to Pronounce ulysses?

Correct pronunciation for the word "ulysses" is [ˈuːlɪsɪz], [ˈuːlɪsɪz], [ˈuː_l_ɪ_s_ɪ_z].

"Ulysses" in context

Ulysses is an ancient Greek epic poem that tells the story of the legendary King of Ithaca, Ulysses (also known as Odysseus). The poem was written by the 8th century BC poet Homer and is widely regarded as one of the greatest works of Western literature. The poem follows Ulysses' ten-year journey home to his wife and son after his involvement in the Trojan War. Along the way, he faces many challenges and struggles with encountering strange creatures and mythological gods. The Odyssey of Ulysses is a long poem filled with adventure, mythology, and morality.


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