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Elytis

[ e-lee-tees ]
/ ɛˈli tis /
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noun
Odysseus Odysseus Alepoudelis, 1911–96, Greek poet: Nobel Prize 1979.
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Elytis
/ (ɛˈlaɪtɪs) /

noun
Odysseus, real name Odysseus Alepoudelis . 1912–96, Greek poet, author of the long poems Axion Est (1959) and Maria Nefeli (1978): Nobel prize for literature 1979
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