Literature / Don Quijote Vocab - First Half

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Can you name the first half of the Don Quijote vocab words??

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EnglishSpanish
chest
to get up
knees
to flee
silk
helmet
damsels
to get on/to go up
to owe, should
to attack
shouts
to try
to approach
to be willing/ready
straw
chapel
stones/rocks
to continue
to point
to bother
gift
to help
pain
inn
to take care of
worried
to shine
merchants
to throw
barber
to let go/release
in front of
to leave
adventures
to cover
wandering knight
sword
last name
to get up
dawn
to hurry up
armor
good-looking (bonita)
a piece
castle
a well
to remember
skinny
EnglishSpanish
neighbor
to be knighted
to realize
cursed
jokes
too much/too many
brains
to go around
mill
to keep watch or vigil
a hit, smack, punch
face
peasant
hardly
strange
wicked
commotion
to pacify, calm down
to get dressed up
thought
to get down/to get off
Catholic priest
to become night
stick
wounded/mistreated
doubt
greatness
to fix
to ask for
stable
blood
whip lashes
thin
forest
reason, sanity
soul
luck
to detain
to untie
himself
humiliated
sheep
neighbor
surprised
to begin
slow
bony
housekeeper
EnglishSpanish
to grab
to grab, collect
servant
to walk
coward
to remember
uncourteous
beauty
to light/turn on
the floor/ground
to spur on
dreams
innkeeper
to pull one's leg
law
injured/aching
tied
suddenly
peace
nobleman
pig
reason/sanity
as soon as
to happen
weak
scared
owner
to punish
to show
leather
to stand up
your (plural)
trunk
fear
to avoid
muleteer
defeated
almost
shield
a soldier
a lady
to recognize
lance/spear
to hold/to withstand
dangerous
arrival
attic

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