- Latin name for Odysseus.
- (italics) a psychological novel (1922) by James Joyce.
- a male given name.
Examples from the Web for ulysses
Contemporary Examples of ulysses
The term “lobbyist” supposedly was coined during the well-corrupted (and well-soaked) presidency of Ulysses S. Grant.Up to a Point: In Defense of Lobbyists
P. J. O’Rourke
October 25, 2014
The reporter, like Ulysses, travels the globe and returns to his people.Slaves In A Family's Past Haunt The Present
August 28, 2014
Instead, journalists reached back to an earlier Republican schism from the days of Ulysses S. Grant.The GOP’s Last Identity Crisis Remade U.S. Politics
July 24, 2014
You made some famous comments some time ago about your dislike of Ulysses.The Prodigious Roddy Doyle Is the Celtic Tiger of Irish Literature
March 17, 2014
Ulysses Grant was a long time ago; today Hillary Clinton is in all but unique situation in our presidential politics.Yes, Pundits, Hillary Has the 2016 Nomination in the Bag
February 18, 2014
Historical Examples of ulysses
He was the Ulysses of pirates, the beloved not only of Mercury, but of Minerva.Howard Pyle's Book of Pirates
But Ulysses did not waste much time in listening to the laughter or the song.
But Ulysses had no time to waste in trying to get at the mystery.
Ulysses took command of the remaining twenty-two men, in person.
On entering the hall, Ulysses saw the magic fountain in the center of it.
- the Latin name of Odysseus
Word Origin and History for ulysses
The Roman name of the Greek hero Odysseus.