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MYTHOLOGY VOCABULARY. Myth Goddess Immortal God Mortal Constellation Hero Morals Hubris Personification. Who is Hercules?. Son of Zeus and mortal woman Alceme. Classified as a demi-god which means part god and part man. Hated by Hera and despised for Zeus’s love for his son.

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mythology vocabulary
MYTHOLOGY VOCABULARY
  • Myth
  • Goddess
  • Immortal
  • God
  • Mortal
  • Constellation
  • Hero
  • Morals
  • Hubris
  • Personification
who is hercules
Who is Hercules?

Son of Zeus and mortal woman Alceme

Classified as a demi-god which means part god and part man

Hated by Hera and despised for Zeus’s love for his son.

hercules vocabulary the youth of hercules
Hercules VocabularyThe Youth of Hercules

Resent to dislike, feel bitter about

Commotion uproar, confusion, or riot

Tactics strategy , approach, maneuver

Caress to touch softly; embrace lovingly

Vice bad habit; sin; wrong behavior

Dignified honorable; refined; to be looked up to

Rehabilitate correct, rebuild, reconstruct, to make good

Virtue doing the right thing; good character, moral

Atone to ask for forgiveness; made amends

Malice dislike; hate; hostile

hercules vocabulary the youth of hercules ii
Hercules VocabularyThe Youth of Hercules II

Toil hard work

Reap harvest, acquire; gather

Resolution to make a decision, determination

Unruly misbehaved; disobedient, uncontrollable

Scold criticize lecture

Prowl lurk, crawl slowly as to attack

Temporary not permanent lasting only a short time

Remorse to feel bad for a behavior; regret

Undergo to go through withstand, experience.

Impose to require to complete; command, enforce

hercules vocabulary the twelve labors
Hercules VocabularyThe Twelve Labors

Cauterize to burn, to stop from bleeding

Slavering dribble, slobber

Tawny brown, beige

Hydraulics system of movement using water and air

Converge to come together to one point

Citadel fortress

Brusque blunt, to the point

Foresight to look forward to the future

Swarm large rush or onslaught

Tether to tie down; stop from moving

hercules vocabulary the twelve labors ii
Hercules VocabularyThe Twelve Labors II

Citadel a fortress, stronghold for protection

Assault a violent attack

Impress to affect the feeling or mind of another

Accomplish succeed in a task

Shrewd smart, cunning

Penance repayment for a sin

Massive large, big

Persuade to convince to talk to

Tremendous extraordinary in size

Torment torture, harass, bother

hercules vocabulary the twelve labors iii
Hercules VocabularyThe Twelve Labors III

Diplomacy to persuade to follow in the right direction through conversation

Divert to change direction

Righteous to be just and honest