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39 terms
Jenney's Latin Chapter 58 + 59 Vocab
adulescens
gratia
mos
quies
adulescentis... masculine... young man, youth
gratiae... feminine... favor, influence; gratitude
moris... masculine... custom, habit
quietis... feminine... rest, sleep
adulescens
adulescentis... masculine... young man, youth
gratia
gratiae... feminine... favor, influence; gratitude
Latin's Not So Tough
Puella
Voco
Puer
Do
Girl
I call
Boy
I give
Puella
Girl
Voco
I call
20 terms
Latin's Not So Tough
Puella
Voco
Puer
Do
Girl
I call
Boy
I give, I grant
Puella
Girl
Voco
I call
30 terms
Latin's not so tough
Portō
Īnsula
Amīcus
Vīta
I carry
Island
Friend
Life
Portō
I carry
Īnsula
Island
17 terms
Jenney's First year Latin Chapter 59
beneficium benefici n
cohors cohortis f
custos custodis m
equitatus us m
kindness, favor
cohort
guard
cavalry
beneficium benefici n
kindness, favor
cohors cohortis f
cohort
17 terms
Jenney's Latin Chapter 59 Vocabulary
kindness, favor
cohort
guard
cavalry
beneficium, benefici, n.
cohors, cohortis, f.
custos, custodis, m.
equitatus, -us, m.
kindness, favor
beneficium, benefici, n.
cohort
cohors, cohortis, f.
H Latin 3 59 MASSIVE Vocab (every word ever, NOT just the checklist words!)
quo usque
tandem
abutor, abuti, abusus sum
patientia, patientiae, f
up to what point, how far
really, in fact, finally
(+abl) to abuse
patience, endurance, forbearance
quo usque
up to what point, how far
tandem
really, in fact, finally
92 terms
Latin's Not So Tough 3
puella
vocō
puer
girl
I call
boy
I give
puella
girl
vocō
I call
Jenney's First Year Latin Chapter 59 Vocab
beneficium, beneficī, n.
cohors, cohortis, f.
custōs, custōdis, m.
equitātus, -ūs, m.
kindness, favor
cohort
guard
cavalry
beneficium, beneficī, n.
kindness, favor
cohors, cohortis, f.
cohort
Latin 1: VPSA: Wheelock's Chapter 15--not numbers
Italia, Italiae f
memoria, memoriae f
tempestas, tempestatis f
milia, millium n pl
Italy
memory, recollection
period of time, season, weather, storm
a thousand
Italia, Italiae f
Italy
memoria, memoriae f
memory, recollection
Latin o s t mus tis not
O
S
T
Mus
I
You (s)
He she it
We
O
I
S
You (s)
Latin's Not So Tough Level 3 Lessons 16-20
amīcōrum
amat
portat
amant
of the friends
he loves, he likes
he carries
they love, they like
amīcōrum
of the friends
amat
he loves, he likes
Latin's Not So Tough Level 3 Lessons 21-25
semper
captīvus
locus
audācia
always
captive
place, location, situation
boldness, daring
semper
always
captīvus
captive
201 terms
H Latin III S2 Exam Culture (not finished)
behind the island of Tenedos
take the horse into the city
threw a spear at it
by the Greeks because he opposed the war
in hindsight as he tells the story, Aeneas mentions that the…
What does Thymoetes urge the Trojans to do?
what did Laocoon do to the horse?
Sinon first mentions Palamedes, a Greek who had been put to d…
behind the island of Tenedos
in hindsight as he tells the story, Aeneas mentions that the…
take the horse into the city
What does Thymoetes urge the Trojans to do?
Latin's Not so Tough Level 3 Lessons 31-35
cūra
stō
saepe
līberō
care, anxiety
I stand
often
I set free, I free
cūra
care, anxiety
stō
I stand
Latin's Not So Tough Level 3 Lessons 11-15
habitō
nunc
fābula
dēlectō
I live, I dwell
now
story
I please
habitō
I live, I dwell
nunc
now
Latin's Not So Tough Level 3 Lessons 26-30
tubā (ablative of means or instrument…
tubīs (ablative of means or instrument…
cum audāciā (ablative of manner)
amātis
on the trumpet
on the trumpets
with boldness
you love, you like
tubā (ablative of means or instrument…
on the trumpet
tubīs (ablative of means or instrument…
on the trumpets
Latin's Not So Tough Level 3 Lessons 6-10
lēgātus
lūdus
appellō
servus
lieutenant, envoy
game, play, school
I address, I call, I name
slave
lēgātus
lieutenant, envoy
lūdus
game, play, school
10 terms
Latin's Not So Tough: Vocab Lesson 5-9
Puella
Vocō
Puer
Girl
I call
Boy
I give
Puella
Girl
Vocō
I call
10 terms
Latin's Not So Tough: Vocab Lessons 11-15
Īnsula
Sunt
Laudō
Nōn
Island
They are, There are
I praise
Not
Īnsula
Island
Sunt
They are, There are
19 terms
Wheelock's Latin Captv II (page 27) (does not include special characters)
ager, agri
agricola, agricolae
amicus, amici, amica, amicae
femina, feminae
field, farm
farmer
friend
woman
ager, agri
field, farm
agricola, agricolae
farmer
22 terms
Wheelock's Latin Captv I (page 6) (does not include special characters)
me
quid
nihil
non
me, myself
(pronoun) what
nothing
(adv) not
me
me, myself
quid
(pronoun) what
the Latin Muze that's not even a quiz!
table
bob
happy
nuke
mensa
bob
beatus
nuke
table
mensa
bob
bob
26 terms
Wheelock's Latin Captv II (page 17-18) (does not include special characters)
fama, famae
forma, formae
fortuna, fortunae
ira, irae
rumor, report, fame, reputation... (ex: famous, defame, infamy)
form, shape, beauty... (ex: formal, format, formula, formless)
fortune, luck... (ex: fortunate, misfortune, unfortunate)
ire, anger... (ex: irate, irascible)
fama, famae
rumor, report, fame, reputation... (ex: famous, defame, infamy)
forma, formae
form, shape, beauty... (ex: formal, format, formula, formless)
14 terms
Latin's Not So Tough Level 2: Dipthongs & Special Consonants (Lessons 3-4)
ae
au
ei
eu
"aye"
"ow" as in now
"ei" sound in neighbor
''ay-oo'' as one syllable
ae
"aye"
au
"ow" as in now
30 terms
Latin's Not So Tough Level 2: Letter Sounds (Lessons 1-2)
Aa (with line)
Aa
Bb
Cc
"a" as in father
"a" as in idea
"b" as in boy
"c" as in cat
Aa (with line)
"a" as in father
Aa
"a" as in idea
74 terms
All Latin words that are on tomorrow's test (not done)
diu adv.
Hercules, Herculis, m.
rex, regis m.
aper, apri m.
for a long time, long
Hercules
king
wild boar
diu adv.
for a long time, long
Hercules, Herculis, m.
Hercules
58 terms
Pg. 59-67 Id's For Thomasy Test (period: 1878-1900, starred terms are bold words in essentials, non-starred are not bold words but still important and could be asked on test)
*John D. Rockfeller
*Andrew Carnegie
*interlocking directorates
*Knights of Labor
Attempted to gain a monopoly over all oil production in the c…
This Scottish immigrant worked his way up the ladder in the b…
J.P. Morgan was the dominant figure in Wall Street's banking…
Formed in 1869, was one of the first labor unions in the coun…
*John D. Rockfeller
Attempted to gain a monopoly over all oil production in the c…
*Andrew Carnegie
This Scottish immigrant worked his way up the ladder in the b…
Mythical Stories, creatures and vocab (minus Ulysses and greek to latin) ***if a term is not capitalized it's myth vocal)
Which gods had unusual births?
How did Hera punish Leto?
What was Niobe's reason for having so…
What was Icarus most guilty of?
athena, dionysus, aphrodite
she sent a monstrous snake after her
she had 14 children
disobedience
Which gods had unusual births?
athena, dionysus, aphrodite
How did Hera punish Leto?
she sent a monstrous snake after her
116 terms
Mythical Stories, creatures and vocab (minus Ulysses and greek to latin) ***if a term is not capitalized it's myth vocal)
Which gods had unusual births?
How did Hera punish Leto?
What was Niobe's reason for having so…
What was Icarus most guilty of?
athena, dionysus, aphrodite
she sent a monstrous snake after her
she had 14 children
disobedience
Which gods had unusual births?
athena, dionysus, aphrodite
How did Hera punish Leto?
she sent a monstrous snake after her
15 terms
Chapter 19 Early Latin America ok fresh start Carissa let's not get a 63 on a test again
Isabella is from where
Ferdinand is from where
The name of the last Muslim kingdom Is…
What group of people wEre expelled fro…
Castile
Aragon
Granada
Jews
Isabella is from where
Castile
Ferdinand is from where
Aragon
22 terms
Wheelock's Latin (Chapter 38)
arbor, arboris, f.
dignitās, dignitātis, f.
dolor, dolōris, m.
odium, odiī, n.
tree
merit, presige, dignity
pain, grief
hatred
arbor, arboris, f.
tree
dignitās, dignitātis, f.
merit, presige, dignity
20 terms
Wheelock's Latin (Chapter 1)
amo, amare, amavi, amatum
cogito, cogitare, cogitavi, cogitatum
conservo, conservare, conservavi, cons…
debeo, debere, debui, debitum
to love, like
to think, ponder, consider, plan
(stronger than servo,) to preserve, conserve, maintain
to owe; ought, must
amo, amare, amavi, amatum
to love, like
cogito, cogitare, cogitavi, cogitatum
to think, ponder, consider, plan
11 terms
Getting started with Latin 59
prope
Casa nōn est prope silvam.
Prope insulās nāvigāmus.
Scaphae circum īnsulās numquam nāvigant.
near
The house is not near the forest.
We are sailing near the islands.
The boats never sail around the islands.
prope
near
Casa nōn est prope silvam.
The house is not near the forest.
18 terms
Latin for the New Millennium Chapter 1 Vocabulary
agricola, agricolae, m.
aqua, aquae, f.
athleta, athletae, m.
filia, filiae, f.
farmer
water
athlete
daughter
agricola, agricolae, m.
farmer
aqua, aquae, f.
water
19 terms
Wheelock's Latin Lesson 19
argumentum, argumenti... n
auctor, auctoris... m
beneficium,beneficii... n
familia, familiae... f
proof, evidence, argument
increaser; author, originator
benefit, kindness; favor
household, family
argumentum, argumenti... n
proof, evidence, argument
auctor, auctoris... m
increaser; author, originator
41 terms
Lawler's Honors Geography- Unit Three: Latin America
grasslands
pampas
llanos
archipelagos
A biome dominated by grasses and associated herbaceous plants
A grasslands region in Argentina and Uruguay
plains region of eastern Colombia and western Venezuela
groups of islands
grasslands
A biome dominated by grasses and associated herbaceous plants
pampas
A grasslands region in Argentina and Uruguay
Wheelock's Latin Chapter 1
quid
nihil
nōn
me
what
nothing
not
me
quid
what
18 terms
Chapter 25 Wheelock's Latin
lingua, linguae, f.
ferōx, ferōcis
fidēlis, fidēlis, fidēle
geminus, gemina, geminum
tongue; language
fierce, savage
faithful, loyal
twin
lingua, linguae, f.
tongue; language
ferōx, ferōcis
fierce, savage
25 terms
Wheelock's Latin: Caput 1 Vocabulary
mē [objective case pronoun]
quid [pronoun]
nihil [noun]
nōn [adverb]
me, myself
what
nothing
not
mē [objective case pronoun]
me, myself
quid [pronoun]
what
Wheelock's Latin Chapter 25
Lingua Linguae
Ferox ferocis
Fidelis Fidele
Geminus -a -um
Tongue; language (F)
Fierce; savage
Faithful, loyal
Twin
Lingua Linguae
Tongue; language (F)
Ferox ferocis
Fierce; savage
Henle Latin Lesson 1
terra, terrae
porta, portae
Marīa, Marīae
nauta, nautae
earth, land
gate
Mary
sailor
terra, terrae
earth, land
porta, portae
gate
18 terms
Latin for the New Millennium Chapter 7 Vocabulary
amor, amoris, m.
deliciae, deliciarum, f. pl.
digitus, digiti, m.
domina, dominae, f.
love
delight, pet
finger
mistress
amor, amoris, m.
love
deliciae, deliciarum, f. pl.
delight, pet
30 terms
MS - Latin Grammy's Vocabulary
Universos Paralelos
Para ti
Sé que
Casi
Parallel Universes
For you
I know that
Almost
Universos Paralelos
Parallel Universes
Para ti
For you
Wheelock's Latin Chapter 9
Locus -I
Loca -orum
Morbus -I
Studium -ii
M. place: passage in literature
N. (pl.) places, region
M. disease, sickness
N. eagerness, zeal, pursuit, study
Locus -I
M. place: passage in literature
Loca -orum
N. (pl.) places, region
19 terms
Latin for the New Millennium Chapter 2 Vocabulary
fabula, fabulae, f.
forma, formae, f.
patria, patriae, f.
amo, amāre, amavi, amatum
story
form, appearance
fatherland, country
to love
fabula, fabulae, f.
story
forma, formae, f.
form, appearance
Wheelock's Latin Chapter 38
Arbor arboris
Dignitas dignitatis
Dolor doloris
Odium odii
F. tree
F. merit, prestige, dignity
M. pain, grief
N. hatred
Arbor arboris
F. tree
Dignitas dignitatis
F. merit, prestige, dignity
18 terms
Wheelock's Latin Chapter 25
lingua, -ae (f.)
ferōx, ferōcis (gen.)
fidēlis, -e
geminus, -a, -um
tongue; language
fierce, savage
faithful, loyal
twin
lingua, -ae (f.)
tongue; language
ferōx, ferōcis (gen.)
fierce, savage
Chapter 28 Wheelock's Latin
arma, -ōrum, n. pl.
cursus, -ūs, m.
lūna, lūnae, f.
occāsiō, occāsiōnis, f.
arms, weapons
running, race, course
moon
occasion, opportunity
arma, -ōrum, n. pl.
arms, weapons
cursus, -ūs, m.
running, race, course
Wheelock's Latin Chapter 19
Argumentum -I
Auctor auctoris
Beneficium -ii
Familia -ae
N. proof, evidence, argument
M. increaser, author, originator
N. Benefit, kindness: favor
F. household, family
Argumentum -I
N. proof, evidence, argument
Auctor auctoris
M. increaser, author, originator
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