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U·lys·ses

 (yo͝o-lĭs′ēz′)
n. Mythology
Odysseus.

[Latin Ulixēs, Ulyssēs, from Greek dialectal Olusseus, variant of Greek Odusseus.]

Ulysses

(ˈjuːlɪˌsiːz; juːˈlɪsiːz)
n
(Classical Myth & Legend) the Latin name of Odysseus

O•dys•se•us

(oʊˈdɪs i əs, oʊˈdɪs yus)

n.
a legendary king of Ithaca, one of the heroes of the Iliad and protagonist of the Odyssey.
Latin, Ulysses.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Ulysses - (Roman mythology) Roman spelling for OdysseusUlysses - (Roman mythology) Roman spelling for Odysseus
Translations

Ulysses

[juːˈlɪsiːz] NUlises

Ulysses

nOdysseus, Ulixes (rare), → Ulysses (rare) m

Ulysses

[ˈjuːlɪˌsiːz] nUlisse m
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Ulysses Syndrome has become the evil of the immigrant of the 21 st century affecting in particular, those who left suddenly for the sake of survival.
As for the perspective of the interpreters themselves, the results from the survey and interviews indicate that the more specialized the interpreter and the greater their knowledge of Ulysses Syndrome, the less they were affected by the patients' conditions and trauma.
And now, 15 years later, for the work he calls "The Ulysses Syndrome," he invited his father to join him on his migrant home: the stage.