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Vocabulary From Classical Roots Book C Lesson 7

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domicile
n. A home; residence.
domestic
1. adj. Related to family or household.

2. Tame; trained to live with humans.

3. Indigenous to a particular country; native.
domain
n. Range of one's control, territory.
domineer
tr. and intr. To dominate; to be bossy.
dominion
Control; rule; area of influence.
dormant
Asleep; not in an active state.
somnambulate
To walk while sleeping.
somnolent
adj. 1. Drowsy; sleepy.

2. Causing sleep.
ablution
n. Washing of the body, especially as a ritual purification.
deluge
n. 1. A downpour, a great flood.

tr. v. 2. To flood.
divest
tr. v. 1. To take away something belonging to someone, especially a right, title, property; to possess.
2. To strip away, especially clothes.
investiture
n. A cermony in which a person formally receives the authority and symbols of an office.
travesty
n. An absurd or inferior imitation.
vestment
n. A garment that indicates position or authority; especially the robes worn by clergy.
vested
adj. 1. A concern for something from which a person expects to get personal benefit. (used with interest)

2. Dressed, especially in vestments.

3. Absolute; without a question.