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Polydectes
Polydectis (m) Polydectes
appello
(ad- + pello), appellere (3), appuli, appulsum: to drive to, bring to {distinguish this verb carefully from appello (10, to call, name: appulsa est; perfect indicative with postquam, denoting an action completed before the action of the main verb; translate with English pluperfect, "had been driven"}
reperio
reperire (4), repperi, repertum: to find, discover
benigne
(adv) kindly
sedes
sedis, sedum or sedium (f) seat, abode, home
tutus
-a, -um: safe
finis
finis, finium (m) end, boundary; (pl) borders, territory, country
donum
-i (n) gift
pro
(+ abl) before, in front of, for, in behalf of, as, in return for
beneficium
-i (n) well-doing, kindness, service, benefit {note the derivation of this word from bene and facio; the meaning of a word may often be seen most clearly and remembered best by noticing its derivation}
gratia
-ae (f) favour, gratitude, thanks; (pl) thanks {gratias agere (+ dat), idiom: to give thanks, thank}

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