Ulises: Meaning, Popularity, Origin of Baby Name Ulises

Ulises

Pronunciation: oo-LEE-sehs (key)

Origin of the name Ulises:

Latin cognate of the Greek Odysseus (hater), which is from the root dys (hate). Odysseus was the name of the hero of the Odyssey. The was a king of Ithaca and a Greek leader in the Trojan War.

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Spanish form of Ulysses.
Pronounced: oo-LEE-ses

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Ulises Heureaux, former President of the Dominican Republic.
Ulises Dávila, Mexican footballer.

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