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The Wordle craze has been running strong for months, with individuals all around the world attempting to guess the five-letter word every day.

The New York Times just purchased the game, which will continue the daily word game with some days exposing basic words like “train” or “laugh,” while other days reveal much more sophisticated phrases.

So, what exactly does Homer imply?

What does ‘homer’ in Wordle 320 signify today?

For each person, Homer might have a variety of definitions. Some people envision Greek literature, while others envision a contractor working in your home after hours.

So, what are the most common definitions of the word “homer”?

“A home run (= a point scored in baseball when you hit the ball and have time to run all the way around the four corners of the playing field before it is returned),” according to the Cambridge Dictionary.

“A job that a craftsman (= a skilled worker such as a builder or house painter) performs for a private customer in the customer’s home, particularly when done in addition to their main employment and without informing their employer or the tax authorities.”

The Homing Pigeon, a pigeon bred for long-distance racing and trained to fly home from a vast distance, is also mentioned by

Not to mention Homer Simpson from the popular animated series.

Homer’s Odyssey
The Greek author is a widespread use of the name Homer that is not addressed in these definitions. He is credited with composing both the Odyssey and the Iliad, which are considered foundational classics of Greek literature.

His exact date of birth is unknown, however it is thought to have been around 928 BC.