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Daimon Vocabulary for 2nd Quiz (terra - specto)

terra -ae, f. = ground, land, earth
tandem (adv.) = finally, at last
umquam (adv.) = ever
regia -ae, f. = palace
rogo (1) = to ask
invenio invenire/inveni/inventus = to come upon, find
filius filii, m. = son
periculum -i, n. = danger
demonstro (1) = to show
certamen certaminis, n. = contest
arma armorum (n. pl.) = arms, weapons
telum -i, n. = spear, missile
auxilium auxilii, n. = help, aid
supero (1) = to win, prevail, conquer, overcome
postridie (adv.) = the next day
ambulo (1) = to walk
saxum -i, n. = rock
linea -ae, f. = thin rope, line
porto (1) = to carry
saepe (adv.) = often
alius -a, aliud = other, another
aqua -ae, f. = water
traho trahere/traxi/tractus = to pull, drag
hodie (adv.) = today
oppidum -i, n. = town, fortified town
subito (adv.) = suddenly
consilium consilii, n. = plan, counsel, advice
specto (1) = to watch
Created by: simsma