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latin2h
Roman Houses were numbered in accordan…
The column was one of the main feature…
The Emperor Domitian prohibited shopke…
Porticos became so popular that it was…
False
True
True
True
Roman Houses were numbered in accordan…
False
The column was one of the main feature…
True
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Latin 2H Final Exam Vocabulary
accīdō, accīdere, accīdī, ----------
ā/ab
aciēs, acieī (f.)
ad (prep.)
to happen
from, away from; by (+abl.)
battle line
near, to, toward, at, approximately (with #s) (+ acc.)
accīdō, accīdere, accīdī, ----------
to happen
ā/ab
from, away from; by (+abl.)
Latin 2H
What are the three p's needed for abla…
What are three Latin prepositions whic…
Where does a genitives go in a sentence?
What verb is used with predicate nomin…
person, preposition, and passive
ante, prope, contra
after the noun it posses
linking verbs
What are the three p's needed for abla…
person, preposition, and passive
What are three Latin prepositions whic…
ante, prope, contra
Latin 2H- Numbers in Latin
unus
duo
tres
quattuor
one
two
three
four
unus
one
duo
two
Latin 2H Ch.18
flumen, fluminis, n.
genus, generis, n.
hostis, hostis m.
hostes, hostium m.
river
kind
an enemy
the enemy
flumen, fluminis, n.
river
genus, generis, n.
kind
213 terms
Latin 2H Final Vocab
abhinc
absto, abstāre, abstetī, abstatus
accipio, accipere, accepī, acceptus
aedificio, aedificāre, aedificāvī, aed…
since, ago
to stand apart
to take, grasp
to build
abhinc
since, ago
absto, abstāre, abstetī, abstatus
to stand apart
Latin 2H Ch.19
argumentum, argumenti, n.
auctor, auctoris, m.
beneficium, beneficii, n.
familia, familiae, f.
proof
author, originator
kindness
family
argumentum, argumenti, n.
proof
auctor, auctoris, m.
author, originator
20 terms
Latin 2H Ch. 24
fabula, fabulae, f
servus, servi, m
serva, servae, f
imperium, imperii, n
story, tale
slave
slave
power, command, authority
fabula, fabulae, f
story, tale
servus, servi, m
slave
17 terms
Latin 2H Lesson 39
dei, m. / god
verbi, n. / word, verb
comitis, m./f. / companion
utilis, utile / useful
deus
verbum
comes
utilis
dei, m. / god
deus
verbi, n. / word, verb
verbum
164 terms
Latin 2H Final Review
crines
neglegenter
vexatus
porcus
crinium, m., hair
carelessly
vexare, vexavi, vexatus, to annoy
-i, m., pig
crines
crinium, m., hair
neglegenter
carelessly
18 terms
Vocab Latin 2H
duco, ducere
gero, gerere
mitto, mittere
pono, ponere
to lead
to bear/ carry
to send
to put/ place
duco, ducere
to lead
gero, gerere
to bear/ carry
31 terms
Latin 2H Vocab 19
amō, amāre, amāvī
caedō, caedere, cecīdī
cārus, cāra, cārum
castīgō, castīgāre, castīgāvī
love, like
kill
dear
scold, nag
amō, amāre, amāvī
love, like
caedō, caedere, cecīdī
kill
14 terms
Latin 2H Numbers
ūnus, ūna, ūnum
duo, duae, duo
trēs, trēs, tria
quattuor
one
two
three
four
ūnus, ūna, ūnum
one
duo, duae, duo
two
28 terms
Latin 2H Vocab 17
ā, ab
agmen, agminis, n.
animus, animī, m.
appropinquō, appropinquāre, appropinqu…
from, away from
column, procession
spirit, soul, mind
approach, come near to
ā, ab
from, away from
agmen, agminis, n.
column, procession
190 terms
Latin 2H - Sem 2
addo, addere, addidi, additus
adversus
res adversae
æquus
add (additional)
hostile (adversary)
misfortune
fair (equal)
addo, addere, addidi, additus
add (additional)
adversus
hostile (adversary)
92 terms
All Latin Vocab 2H
a/ab (+abl)
adiuvō, adiuvāre, adiuvī, adiutus, a, um
annus, ī, m
ascendō, ascendere, ascendī, ascensus,…
by/away (from)
to help
year
to ascend
a/ab (+abl)
by/away (from)
adiuvō, adiuvāre, adiuvī, adiutus, a, um
to help
28 terms
Latin 2H Vocab 18
audeō, audēre
caput, capitis, n.
coepī
cognōscō, cognōscere, cognōvī
dare
head
i began
get to know, find out
audeō, audēre
dare
caput, capitis, n.
head
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Latin 2H Final Exam
ira, -ae (f)
legatus, -i (m)
urbs, urbis; urbium (f)
acer, acris, acre
anger
ambassador, envoy
city
sharp, keen, fierce
ira, -ae (f)
anger
legatus, -i (m)
ambassador, envoy
8 terms
Ablatives Latin 2H
Place Where
place from which
accompaniment
agent
in = in, on... noun: place... where?
e, ex out of a,ab away from dē down from ... location, from where?
"cum" with ... person, with whom?
a, ab by ... person, by whom?
Place Where
in = in, on... noun: place... where?
place from which
e, ex out of a,ab away from dē down from ... location, from where?
Latin 2H Final
gero, gerere, gessi, gestum
bellum gerere
orno, ornare, ornavi, ornatum
pareo, parēre, parui (+DAT)
bear, wear, manage
to wage war
decorate, embellish
obey
gero, gerere, gessi, gestum
bear, wear, manage
bellum gerere
to wage war
Latin 2H Ch. 43 Vocab
diligo, diligere, dilexi, dilectum
for, fari, fatus sum
nascor, nasci, natus sum
desum, deesse, defui
I love
I speak
I am born
I fail
diligo, diligere, dilexi, dilectum
I love
for, fari, fatus sum
I speak
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Latin 2H Vocab 1+2
res, rei, f.
dies,diei, m./f.
domus, -us, f.
ita
thing
day
house
thus, so
res, rei, f.
thing
dies,diei, m./f.
day
Latin 2H Ch.19
argumentum, argumenti, n.
auctor, auctoris, m.
beneficium, beneficii, n.
familia, familiae, f.
proof, argument
author, originator
benefit, kindness
family
argumentum, argumenti, n.
proof, argument
auctor, auctoris, m.
author, originator
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Latin 2H Ch. 20
coniurati, coniuratorum, m
mons, montis, m
servitus, servitutis, f
manus, manus, f
conspirators
mountain
slavery
hand, band (genitive plural)
coniurati, coniuratorum, m
conspirators
mons, montis, m
mountain
Iolani Latin 2H Prepositions
from, away from
toward, to
before, in front of
near, among
ā/ab... abl.
ad... acc.
ante... acc.
apud... acc.
from, away from
ā/ab... abl.
toward, to
ad... acc.
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Latin 2H Vocab
unde
suscipiō, suscipere, suscēpī, susceptus
sapiēns, sapiēns, sapiēns, (genitive)…
pretium, pretiī, n.
from where
undertake, take on
wise
price
unde
from where
suscipiō, suscipere, suscēpī, susceptus
undertake, take on
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Latin2H Midterm Vocab
build
help
agree
plan, idea
aedificō, aedificarē, aedificārī
auxilium
consentiō, cōnsentīre, cōnsēnsī
cōnsilium
build
aedificō, aedificarē, aedificārī
help
auxilium
Latin 2H Gerunds, Gerundives +
What does an Ablative Absolute do?
How do you form an ablative absolute?
How do you translate an ablative absol…
What is a gerund?
It sets the scene for the story, a great storytelling device.
A noun in the ablative case plus a present or perfect passive…
A present participle - with the noun verbing.... Perfect passive…
It is a verbal noun.
What does an Ablative Absolute do?
It sets the scene for the story, a great storytelling device.
How do you form an ablative absolute?
A noun in the ablative case plus a present or perfect passive…
Latin 2H unit 1
aestus
arcus
domus
manus
-us, m. heat
-us, m. arch
-us f. home
-us f. hand
aestus
-us, m. heat
arcus
-us, m. arch
Latin 2H Chapter 36 Vocab.
que
huc
pridie
viginti
and
here, to here
on the day before
twenty
que
and
huc
here, to here
33 terms
Latin 2H vocab
accidit, accidere, accidit
Ardeo, ardēre, arsi, arsus
ferio, ferīre
luceo, lucēre, luxi, luctus
to happen (impersonal)
to burn
to strike
to shine
accidit, accidere, accidit
to happen (impersonal)
Ardeo, ardēre, arsi, arsus
to burn
Latin 2H Vocabulary
Occupo
Pugno
Porta, portae, f.
Quid?
I seize, capture
I fight
Gate
What?
Occupo
I seize, capture
Pugno
I fight
19 terms
VOTH Latin 2H
Dico, dicere, dixi, dictum
Nego, negare, negavi, negatum
Octendo, ostendere, ostendi, ostentum
Scio, scire, scivi, scitum
Say
Deny
Show
Know
Dico, dicere, dixi, dictum
Say
Nego, negare, negavi, negatum
Deny
29 terms
Latin 2H 30-31
creo, creare, creavi, creatum
dubium, dubii, n
opus, operis, n
sedes, sedis, f
To make, create
Doubt, hesitation
Work, construction
Seat
creo, creare, creavi, creatum
To make, create
dubium, dubii, n
Doubt, hesitation
37 terms
Latin 2H 31
Convīva, ae, m
Perna, ae, f
Umbra, ae, f
Cachinnus, ī, m
Guest
Ham
Shadow, shade(of the dead)
Laughter
Convīva, ae, m
Guest
Perna, ae, f
Ham
Latin 2H: 5th Declension
res, rei, f
spes, spei, f
aces, acei, f
dies, diei m
thing
hope
battle line
day
res, rei, f
thing
spes, spei, f
hope
34 terms
Latin 2H 32
solea, soleae, f
ientaculum, ī, n
inferi, inferorum, m, pl
iussa, iussorum, n, pl
sandal
breakfast
the underworld
orders
solea, soleae, f
sandal
ientaculum, ī, n
breakfast
Iolani Latin 2H Numbers
one
two
three
four
ūnus, -a, -um... I
duo, duae, duo... II
trēs, tria... III
quattuor... IV
one
ūnus, -a, -um... I
two
duo, duae, duo... II
123 terms
latin 2H principal parts
adiuvo adiuvare adiuvavi aiuvatum
aestimo aestimare aestimavi aestimatum
appropinquo appropinquare appropinquav…
arbitror arbitrari arbitratus sum
help
estimate
approach
think, judge
adiuvo adiuvare adiuvavi aiuvatum
help
aestimo aestimare aestimavi aestimatum
estimate
30 terms
Latin Prefixes (English 2H)
a, ab
ad
ante
bi
away, from
to
before
two
a, ab
away, from
ad
to
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Latin 2H ~ Arion Translation
Arīon erat amplissimus poēta Graecus,…
Ab patriā ad Ītaliam Siciliamque pervē…
Populī barbarī eī dōna dedērunt.
Multīs rēgibus fēlīcior erat.
Arion was the most distinguished Greek poet, whose reputation…
From his country, he arrived to Italy and Sicily and made man…
Foreign people gave gifts to him.
He was luckier than many kings.
Arīon erat amplissimus poēta Graecus,…
Arion was the most distinguished Greek poet, whose reputation…
Ab patriā ad Ītaliam Siciliamque pervē…
From his country, he arrived to Italy and Sicily and made man…
68 terms
Latin 2H - Chapter 32 Vocab
sandal
breakfast
the underworld
commands, orders
solea, soleae, f.
iēntāculum, iēntāculī, n.
īnferī, īnferōrum, m pl
iussa, iussōrum, n pl
sandal
solea, soleae, f.
breakfast
iēntāculum, iēntāculī, n.
Latin 2H vocab 2
DO -ARE -DEDI -ATUM
STO -ARE -STETI -ATUM
NAVIGO -ARE -AVI -ATUM
AMO -ARE -AVI -ATUM
to give
To stand
To sail
To love
DO -ARE -DEDI -ATUM
to give
STO -ARE -STETI -ATUM
To stand
Latin 2H People to Study
Pythagoras
Euclid
Thales
Empedocles
Philosopher and leader of a religious brotherhood; famous for…
Wrote the Elements, called the "Father of Geometry"
Pre-Socratic natural philosopher who theorized that the base…
Natural philosopher primarily known for his "four elements" t…
Pythagoras
Philosopher and leader of a religious brotherhood; famous for…
Euclid
Wrote the Elements, called the "Father of Geometry"
16 terms
Latin 2H: Vocab Review List
relinquo, relinquere, reliqui, relictus
conficio, conficere, confeci, confectus:
locus, loci, m
vexo, vexare, vexavi, vexatus
to leave
to finish
place
to annoy
relinquo, relinquere, reliqui, relictus
to leave
conficio, conficere, confeci, confectus:
to finish
Latin 2H vocab 1
CENO -ARE -AVI -ATUM
FESTINO -ARE -AVI -ATUM
LABORO -ARE -AVI -ATUM
LAUDO -ARE -AVI -ATUM
The act of eating
Hurry
Working hard
Praise
CENO -ARE -AVI -ATUM
The act of eating
FESTINO -ARE -AVI -ATUM
Hurry
12 terms
Latin 2H Stage 22
avidē
dissentiō, dissentīre, dissēnsī
hostis, hostis m.
ingressus, ingressa, ingressum
eagerly
disagree
enemy
having entered
avidē
eagerly
dissentiō, dissentīre, dissēnsī
disagree
Latin 2H Ch.34 Vocab
dubito, dubitare
occido, occidere, occidi, occasum
despicio, despicere, despexi, despectum
prospicio, prospicere, prospexi, prosp…
I doubt
I die/set
I look down on
I look out at
dubito, dubitare
I doubt
occido, occidere, occidi, occasum
I die/set
14 terms
Latin 2H Vocab 1
dubitō
probō
moveo
claudo
-are -avi -atus to doubt
-are -avi -atus to approve
-ere movi motus to move
-ere clausi clausus to close
dubitō
-are -avi -atus to doubt
probō
-are -avi -atus to approve
LATIN 2H Vocab 36
(f.) Bīthynia, -ae
(f. pl.) Kalendae, -ārum
(f. pl.) Nōnae, -ārum
(n.) Brundisium, -ī
Bithynia (province in Asia Minor)
the Kalends (1st Day of the Month)
the Nones
Brundisium
(f.) Bīthynia, -ae
Bithynia (province in Asia Minor)
(f. pl.) Kalendae, -ārum
the Kalends (1st Day of the Month)
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