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Aeneid Vocabulary
gaping
suffused
prodigious
respite
staring open-mouthed
overspread; filled
impressively great; stupendous
a rest
gaping
staring open-mouthed
suffused
overspread; filled
20 terms
Aeneid Vocabulary Set 6
amnis, amnis
comes, comitis m/f
conubium, conubii
fulgeo, fulgere, fulsi, -
m (3i) river
m/f (3) companion
n (2) marriage
(2) to shine
amnis, amnis
m (3i) river
comes, comitis m/f
m/f (3) companion
987 terms
Aeneid vocabulary
a ab abs
abdo -dare -dedi
absum -esse- -fui
accedo -ere -cepi ceptum
- away, away from; by means of (with abl)1
- put away, conceal3
- be absent, be lacking 2
approach2
a ab abs
- away, away from; by means of (with abl)1
abdo -dare -dedi
- put away, conceal3
Aeneid Vocabulary
urbs, urbis
ac, atque
fundō, ere, fūdī, fūsus
veniō, īre, vēnī, ventus
city
and
pour
come
urbs, urbis
city
ac, atque
and
160 terms
Aeneid Vocabulary Final
amnis, amnis
comes, comitis m/f
conubium, conubii
fulgeo, fulgere, fulsi, -
m (3i) river
m/f (3) companion
n (2) marriage
(2) to shine
amnis, amnis
m (3i) river
comes, comitis m/f
m/f (3) companion
20 terms
Aeneid Vocabulary Set 8
ala, alae
antrum, antri
attonitus, attonita, attonitum
coma, comae
f (1) wing
n (3) cave, cavern
(1/2) astounded
f (1) hair
ala, alae
f (1) wing
antrum, antri
n (3) cave, cavern
Aeneid Book One Vocabulary
cano, canere, cecini,..
vis (vis)
profugus, profugi
ora, orae
sing
force, power
fugitive
shore
cano, canere, cecini,..
sing
vis (vis)
force, power
Aeneid Vocabulary Set 8
ala, alae
antrum, antri
attonitus, attonita, attonitum
coma, comae
f (1) wing
n (3) cave, cavern
(1/2) astounded
f (1) hair
ala, alae
f (1) wing
antrum, antri
n (3) cave, cavern
20 terms
Aeneid Vocabulary Set 7
aperio, aperire, aperui, apertus
conor, conari, conatus sum
dolus, doli
emico, emicare, emicui, emicaturus
(4) to open, reveal
(1) to attempt
m. (2) trick, trap
(1) to dash forth
aperio, aperire, aperui, apertus
(4) to open, reveal
conor, conari, conatus sum
(1) to attempt
Aeneid Vocabulary
urbs, urbis
ac, atque
fundō, ere, fūdī, fūsus
veniō, īre, vēnī, ventus
...
...
...
...
urbs, urbis
...
ac, atque
...
Aeneid Vocabulary
arma
cano
qui
ab
weapons
i sing of
who
from
arma
weapons
cano
i sing of
Aeneid Vocabulary
Undulate
Impel
Predatory
Respite
To move move in a wavelike manner
To propel; drive forward.
Living by feeding and hunting on other animals.
A temporary period of rest or relief.
Undulate
To move move in a wavelike manner
Impel
To propel; drive forward.
Aeneid Vocabulary
a, ab, abs
ac, atque
accipio, ere, cep, ceptum
Acestes, ae (m)
away from, by (abl.)
and, also; as, than
receive, accept; learn, hear, conceive
king in Sicily
a, ab, abs
away from, by (abl.)
ac, atque
and, also; as, than
10 terms
Aeneid Vocabulary
undulating
Impelled
Predatory
Respite
To move in a wavelike manner
To propel; drive forward
Living by hunting and feeding on other animals
A temporary period of rest or relief
undulating
To move in a wavelike manner
Impelled
To propel; drive forward
10 terms
Aeneid vocabulary
Undulating
Impelled
Predatory
Respite
To move in a wavelike manner.
To propel; drive fast
Living by hunting and feeding on other animals.
A temporary period of rest or relief.
Undulating
To move in a wavelike manner.
Impelled
To propel; drive fast
Aeneid Vocabulary
accipio, accipere, accepi, acceptus
casus, casus, m.
comes, comitis, m.
fama, -ae, f.
to accept, receive
misfortune
comrade, companion
rumor, reputation
accipio, accipere, accepi, acceptus
to accept, receive
casus, casus, m.
misfortune
25 terms
Aeneid Vocabulary
Urbs
Sic
Deus
Talis
City
Yes,Thus,In this way
God
Such,like this, of this kind
Urbs
City
Sic
Yes,Thus,In this way
81 terms
Aeneid Vocabulary
custos
porta
acer
arma
guard
gate
fierce
arms
custos
guard
porta
gate
Aeneid Vocabulary
Undulate
Impel
Predatory
Respite
To move in a wavelike manner
To propel; drive forward
Living by hunting and feeding on other animals
A temporary period of rest or relief
Undulate
To move in a wavelike manner
Impel
To propel; drive forward
Vocabulary Aeneid
albus, -a, -um
astrum, -i, n.
canus, -a, -um
clarus, -a, -um
white
star
white
bright
albus, -a, -um
white
astrum, -i, n.
star
63 terms
Aeneid Vocabulary
a, ab, abs
ac, atque
accipio, ere, cepi, ceptus
Acestes, ae m.
(away) from, by (abl.)
and, also; as, than
receive, accept, learn, hear, conceive
king in Sicily
a, ab, abs
(away) from, by (abl.)
ac, atque
and, also; as, than
24 terms
Aeneid Vocabulary
aes, aeris, n.
aeternus, a, um
altum, i, n.
Agrivus, a, um
bronze
eternal (everlasting)
the deep (sea)
rgice, greek
aes, aeris, n.
bronze
aeternus, a, um
eternal (everlasting)
200 terms
Aeneid Vocabulary
laedo, laedere, laesi, laesus
insignis, -is, -e
impello, impellere
ops, opis
to offend
outstanding
to strike
wealth
laedo, laedere, laesi, laesus
to offend
insignis, -is, -e
outstanding
30 terms
Aeneid Vocabulary
Indolent
Axiom
Precedent
Chivalrous
wanting to avoid activity or exertion; lazy
a statement or proposition that is regarded as being establis…
an earlier event or action that is regarded as an example or…
(of a man or his behavior) courteous and gallant, especially…
Indolent
wanting to avoid activity or exertion; lazy
Axiom
a statement or proposition that is regarded as being establis…
Aeneid Vocabulary
-que
et
qui
in
and
and
who
in
-que
and
et
and
24 terms
Aeneid Vocabulary
colonus, colonī (m.)
ostium, ostiī (n.)
ops, opis (f.)
asper, aspera, asperum
farmer; colonist, colonial, inhabit
door, entrance, estuary
help, resources, power, wealth
harsh, rough, fierce
colonus, colonī (m.)
farmer; colonist, colonial, inhabit
ostium, ostiī (n.)
door, entrance, estuary
Aeneid Vocabulary
petit
precatus
Thybrī
ferrō
to seek, aim at
to pray
Tiber, the river near Rome
spear, iron
petit
to seek, aim at
precatus
to pray
11 terms
Aeneid Vocabulary
Ora
Litus
Vis
Genus
Coast
Shore
Force
Race
Ora
Coast
Litus
Shore
27 terms
Aeneid Vocabulary
pyre
anointed
libations
miasma
wood heaped for burning a dead body as a funeral rite
chosen one (ex. Jesus)
wine or other liquids poured upon the ground as a sacrifice
A noxious or poisonous atmosphere
pyre
wood heaped for burning a dead body as a funeral rite
anointed
chosen one (ex. Jesus)
164 terms
Aeneid Vocabulary
arma, -orum
vir, -i
cano, canere, cecini, cantus
Troia, -ae
n, arms
m, man
to sing
f, Troy
arma, -orum
n, arms
vir, -i
m, man
364 terms
Aeneid Vocabulary
-que
et
qui, quae, quod
hic, haec, hoc
and
and
any, who, that, how
this
-que
and
et
and
100 terms
Aeneid Vocabulary
a/ab
ac/atque
accipio
ad
Away, from, by
And, also, as, than
To receive, accept, learn, hear, conceive
To, toward, at, near, about
a/ab
Away, from, by
ac/atque
And, also, as, than
15 terms
Aeneid Vocabulary
profugus profuga profugum
ora orae f
vis vires
saevus saeva saevum
exiled
shore
force, power
cruel, stern
profugus profuga profugum
exiled
ora orae f
shore
100 terms
Aeneid Vocabulary
a/ab
ac/atque
accipio
ad
away, from, by
and, also, as, than
to receive, accept, learn, hear, conceive
to, toward, at, near, about
a/ab
away, from, by
ac/atque
and, also, as, than
77 terms
Aeneid Vocabulary
altum, ī
canō, ere, cecini, cantus
jactō (1)
Lavinius, a, um
the deep (sea)
sing (of), chant, proclaim
toss, buffet
Lavinian
altum, ī
the deep (sea)
canō, ere, cecini, cantus
sing (of), chant, proclaim
117 terms
Aeneid Vocabulary
iamdudum
saucius, a, um
alō, alere, aluī, altum
vena, venae f.
long since, long before, long ago
hurt, wounded; ill, sick
to foster, nourish; feed, maintain, develop
a vein
iamdudum
long since, long before, long ago
saucius, a, um
hurt, wounded; ill, sick
161 terms
Aeneid vocabulary
(de)fessus, -a, -um
secessus, -ūs, m.
efficio, efficere, effeci, effectus
obiectus, -ūs, m.
weary
inlet
to make, form
barrier (object)
(de)fessus, -a, -um
weary
secessus, -ūs, m.
inlet
Aeneid Vocabulary
ac, atque
accipiō, ere, cēpi, ceptus
Acestēs
adsum, esse, fuī
and, also; as, than
receive, accept; learn, hear, conceive
king in Sicily
be present, assist
ac, atque
and, also; as, than
accipiō, ere, cēpi, ceptus
receive, accept; learn, hear, conceive
104 terms
Aeneid Vocabulary
ā, ab, abs
ac, atque
accipiō (-ere, -cēpī, -ceptus)
Acestēs, ae (m.)
(away) from, by (abl.)
and, also; as, than
accept, learn, hear, conceive
king in Sicily
ā, ab, abs
(away) from, by (abl.)
ac, atque
and, also; as, than
2,000 terms
Aeneid Vocabulary
ā ab abs
a(d)stō, (1), -stiti
abdō, -ere, -didī, -ditum
abeō -īre -iī -itum
from, by (+abl.)
stand by, stand near
put away, hide
go away
ā ab abs
from, by (+abl.)
a(d)stō, (1), -stiti
stand by, stand near
69 terms
Aeneid Vocabulary
dūcō, ere, dūxī, ductus
ingēns, entis
ad
āra, ae (f.)
lead, draw (out), protract, produce, think
enormous, mighty, huge
to, toward, at, near, about (acc.)
altar
dūcō, ere, dūxī, ductus
lead, draw (out), protract, produce, think
ingēns, entis
enormous, mighty, huge
119 terms
Aeneid Vocabulary
asper, -era, -erum
accendo, -ere, -cendi, -censum
aequor, -oris, n
arceo, -ere, -ui, ---
rough; harsh, cruel, violent, fierce, savage; stormy; chased,…
kindle, set on fire; inflame, arouse, excite
level surface; sea; plain; pl. waves, billows, waters
shut up, enclose, confine; bind; keep away, avert; protect
asper, -era, -erum
rough; harsh, cruel, violent, fierce, savage; stormy; chased,…
accendo, -ere, -cendi, -censum
kindle, set on fire; inflame, arouse, excite
38 terms
Aeneid vocabulary "A" words
ā, ab, abs
ac
atque
accipiō, -ere, -cēpī, -ceptus
(away) from, by (+ abl.)
and, also; as, than
and, also; as, than
to receive, accept; learn, hear, conceive
ā, ab, abs
(away) from, by (+ abl.)
ac
and, also; as, than
Aeneid Book IV Vocabulary
lympha, ae
abulo, abulere, abului, ablutus
halitus, us
gradus, us
water
to wash
breath
step
lympha, ae
water
abulo, abulere, abului, ablutus
to wash
22 terms
Aeneid Vocabulary - Book 3
roiling
hackles
gargantuan
hallowed
an object used as a container, especially for liquids
a feeling of anger and animosity
of great mass; huge and bulky
worthy of religious veneration
roiling
an object used as a container, especially for liquids
hackles
a feeling of anger and animosity
36 terms
Aeneid pg 105 Vocabulary
admiror
adversus
adverto
alveus
...
...
...
...
admiror
...
adversus
...
25 terms
Aeneid Book I vocabulary
aether
accedo
acer
aperire
sky, heaven
approach or agree
sharp, bitter, fierce
open
aether
sky, heaven
accedo
approach or agree
Aeneid Book 1 Vocabulary
cano, canere, cecini, cantum
profugus, -a, -um
iacto, iactare, iactavi, iactatus
altum, i, n.
to sing of, sing about
exiled, an exile
to toss
the deep (sea)
cano, canere, cecini, cantum
to sing of, sing about
profugus, -a, -um
exiled, an exile
Aeneid Section II Vocabulary
ager, agrī, m.,
arbor, arboris, f.,
arma, -ōrum, n. pl.,
flamma, -ae, f.,
land, field, territory*
tree*
weapons*
fire*
ager, agrī, m.,
land, field, territory*
arbor, arboris, f.,
tree*
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The Aeneid vocabulary
undulating
impelled
predatory
respite
to move in a wavelike manner
to propel; drive forward
living by hunting and feeding on other animals
a temporary period of rest or relief
undulating
to move in a wavelike manner
impelled
to propel; drive forward
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