Etymology: Suggested etymologies include:
- (Greek mythology) son of Laertes; wisest Greek leader during the Trojan War, and resposible for the Trojan horse; king of Ithaca; hero of the Iliad and protagonist of the Odyssey
- Derived from á (to be angry, to hate)
- From the Odyssey (Book 19) Son of Pain.
- Part of: á á á . (Zeus rained on the road.)
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