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181 terms
Latin AP Vergil VOCAB (used 1-6x)
ac
accipio
actus
adsum
and also; moreover
to take; to receive
act; performance
to be present
ac
and also; moreover
accipio
to take; to receive
181 terms
Latin AP Vergil VOCAB (used 1-6x)
ac
accipio
actus
adsum
and also; moreover
to take; to receive
act; performance
to be present
ac
and also; moreover
accipio
to take; to receive
264 terms
Latin AP Vergil VOCAB (used 6-12x)
impius
incedo
incertus
includo
godless; disobedient; disrespectful
to walk; to move
uncertain
to shut in; to confine
impius
godless; disobedient; disrespectful
incedo
to walk; to move
264 terms
Latin AP Vergil VOCAB (used 6-12x)
impius
incedo
incertus
includo
godless; disobedient; disrespectful
to walk; to move
uncertain
to shut in; to confine
impius
godless; disobedient; disrespectful
incedo
to walk; to move
264 terms
Latin AP Vergil VOCAB (used 6-12x)
impius
incedo
incertus
includo
godless; disobedient; disrespectful
to walk; to move
uncertain
to shut in; to confine
impius
godless; disobedient; disrespectful
incedo
to walk; to move
264 terms
Latin AP Vergil VOCAB (used 6-12x)
impius
incedo
incertus
includo
godless; disobedient; disrespectful
to walk; to move
uncertain
to shut in; to confine
impius
godless; disobedient; disrespectful
incedo
to walk; to move
264 terms
Latin AP Vergil VOCAB (used 6-12x)
impius
incedo
incertus
includo
godless; disobedient; disrespectful
to walk; to move
uncertain
to shut in; to confine
impius
godless; disobedient; disrespectful
incedo
to walk; to move
264 terms
Latin AP Vergil VOCAB (used 6-12x)
impius
incedo
incertus
includo
godless; disobedient; disrespectful
to walk; to move
uncertain
to shut in; to confine
impius
godless; disobedient; disrespectful
incedo
to walk; to move
489 terms
AP Latin Vergil Aeneid Vocab Book 1
iacto, iactāre, iactāvī, iactatus
condō, condere, condidī, conditus
īnferō, ferre, tulī, lātus
ob
to toss
to found, establish
to bring (into)
on account of
iacto, iactāre, iactāvī, iactatus
to toss
condō, condere, condidī, conditus
to found, establish
264 terms
Latin AP Vergil VOCAB (used 6-12x)
impius
incedo
incertus
includo
godless; disobedient; disrespectful
to walk; to move
uncertain
to shut in; to confine
impius
godless; disobedient; disrespectful
incedo
to walk; to move
264 terms
Latin AP Vergil VOCAB (used 6-12x)
impius
incedo
incertus
includo
godless; disobedient; disrespectful
to walk; to move
uncertain
to shut in; to confine
impius
godless; disobedient; disrespectful
incedo
to walk; to move
271 terms
Latin AP Vergil VOCAB (used 12-24x)
abeo
acer
aequo
aether
to go away; to depart
sharp; alert
to make level; to smooth out
heavens
abeo
to go away; to depart
acer
sharp; alert
264 terms
Latin AP Vergil VOCAB (used 6-12x)
impius
incedo
incertus
includo
godless; disobedient; disrespectful
to walk; to move
uncertain
to shut in; to confine
impius
godless; disobedient; disrespectful
incedo
to walk; to move
264 terms
Latin AP Vergil VOCAB (used 6-12x)
impius
incedo
incertus
includo
godless; disobedient; disrespectful
to walk; to move
uncertain
to shut in; to confine
impius
godless; disobedient; disrespectful
incedo
to walk; to move
264 terms
Latin AP Vergil VOCAB (used 6-12x)
impius
incedo
incertus
includo
godless; disobedient; disrespectful
to walk; to move
uncertain
to shut in; to confine
impius
godless; disobedient; disrespectful
incedo
to walk; to move
30 terms
AP Latin Frequency List: Vergil (1)
aequor
agmen
altus
animus
sea
line (of troops), army, multitude
high, deep
mind; (pl.) courage, pride
aequor
sea
agmen
line (of troops), army, multitude
489 terms
AP Latin Vergil Aeneid Vocab Book 1
iacto, iactāre, iactāvī, iactatus
condō, condere, condidī, conditus
īnferō, ferre, tulī, lātus
ob
to toss
to found, establish
to bring (into)
on account of
iacto, iactāre, iactāvī, iactatus
to toss
condō, condere, condidī, conditus
to found, establish
77 terms
AP Latin Vergil Quiz 1
altum
cano
iacto
profugus
the deep
sing (of)
toss
exiled
altum
the deep
cano
sing (of)
30 terms
AP Latin Vergil Vocabulary - Set 1 - a - dictum
ā (ab) + abl.
ac (atque)
ad + acc.
Aenēās, Aenēae, m.
from, by
and, and also, and in fact
to, toward, at, near
Aeneas, a Trojan prince and the son of Venus and Anchises
ā (ab) + abl.
from, by
ac (atque)
and, and also, and in fact
489 terms
AP Latin Vergil Aeneid Vocab Book 1
iacto, iactāre, iactāvī, iactatus
condō, condere, condidī, conditus
īnferō, ferre, tulī, lātus
ob
to toss
to found, establish
to bring (into)
on account of
iacto, iactāre, iactāvī, iactatus
to toss
condō, condere, condidī, conditus
to found, establish
32 terms
AP Latin - Vergil Vocabulary List #1
dolor, doloris
moles, molis
ops, opis
populus, populi
pain, greif, anger
mass, burden, difficulty
help, resources, power
people, nation
dolor, doloris
pain, greif, anger
moles, molis
mass, burden, difficulty
142 terms
AP Latin Vergil I
iaciō, iacere, iēcī, iactum
iactō (1)
iaculor, -ārī, -ātus sum
iam
throw 2
to throw (to and fro), 7
hurl, throw 2
now, already, finally, at once, 19
iaciō, iacere, iēcī, iactum
throw 2
iactō (1)
to throw (to and fro), 7
1,713 terms
AP Latin Vergil ALL
bellum, i
bacchor, ari, atus
barba, ae
barbarus, a, um
war, combat
rave, rage
beard
foreign, unciviliazed
bellum, i
war, combat
bacchor, ari, atus
rave, rage
AP Latin Vergil words used 12-23 times
Question
abeo
acer
addo
Answer
go away, depart
sharp. piercing
add, give to
Question
Answer
abeo
go away, depart
57 terms
AP LATIN TEST 1: VERGIL BOOK 1
Test... Aeneid Book I lines 1-209, 418-44…
do, dare, dedi, datus
domus, us f.
donum -i n.
STUDY!! SEPTEMBER 30
give, grant, allow, bestow, put, place, make
household, home, abode, family, race, line
gift, offering, prize, reward
Test... Aeneid Book I lines 1-209, 418-44…
STUDY!! SEPTEMBER 30
do, dare, dedi, datus
give, grant, allow, bestow, put, place, make
50 terms
AP Latin Vergil 1.126-50
stagnum, i
refundo, ere
vadum, i
prospicio, ere
still water
to churn up
shoal
to foresee
stagnum, i
still water
refundo, ere
to churn up
489 terms
AP Latin Vergil Aeneid Vocab Book 1
iacto, iactāre, iactāvī, iactatus
condō, condere, condidī, conditus
īnferō, ferre, tulī, lātus
ob
to toss
to found, establish
to bring (into)
on account of
iacto, iactāre, iactāvī, iactatus
to toss
condō, condere, condidī, conditus
to found, establish
22 terms
AP Latin Vergil/Caesar Vocab page 1
a, ab
ac, atque
ad
aut; aut... aut
from, away from, by
and, and also; as, than
to, toward, near; at, by
or, either; either... or
a, ab
from, away from, by
ac, atque
and, and also; as, than
266 terms
AP Latin Main Vergil Vocabulary
ā, ab, abs
ac, atque
accipiō, ere, cēpī, ceptus
Acestes, ae (m)
(away) from, by (+abl)
and, also; as, then
to receive, accept
King in Sicily
ā, ab, abs
(away) from, by (+abl)
ac, atque
and, also; as, then
23 terms
Vergil Vocab Pt. 1 (AP Latin)
altus, alta, altum
animus, animi, m
arma, armorum, n. pl
deus, dei, m
high, lofty; deep, profound; (as a noun) the sea
soul, spirit, heart, courage
weapons, arms; utensils, equipment
god, deity
altus, alta, altum
high, lofty; deep, profound; (as a noun) the sea
animus, animi, m
soul, spirit, heart, courage
16 terms
AP Latin - Vergil Vocabulary List 1
arx, arcis, f.
casus, casus, m.
litus, litoris, n.
numen, numinis, n.
stronghold
disaster
coast
divinity
arx, arcis, f.
stronghold
casus, casus, m.
disaster
15 terms
Vocab List 1 - AP Latin (Vergil)
a, ab, abs
ac, atque
accipio, ere, cepi, ceptus
Acestes, Acestae
(away) from, by
and, also; as, than
receive, accept; learn, hear, conceive
king in Sicily
a, ab, abs
(away) from, by
ac, atque
and, also; as, than
30 terms
AP Latin Vergil Quotes
"Mene incepto desistere victam nec pos…
"Aeole (namque tibi divum pater atque…
"Tuus, O regina, quid optes explorare…
"O terque quaterque beati, quis ante o…
Juno... Herself... Juno wants to create a storm and destroy Aeneas'…
Juno... Aeolus... Juno convinces Aeolus to create a storm by promis…
Aeolus... Juno... Aeolus flatters Juno and accepts her offer, promi…
Aeneas... Himself, Trojan ancestors... As Aeneas' fleet is destroye…
"Mene incepto desistere victam nec pos…
Juno... Herself... Juno wants to create a storm and destroy Aeneas'…
"Aeole (namque tibi divum pater atque…
Juno... Aeolus... Juno convinces Aeolus to create a storm by promis…
266 terms
AP Latin Vergil
ā, ab, abs
ac, atque
accipiō, ere, cēpī, ceptus
Acestes, ae (m)
(away) from, by (+abl)
and, also; as, then
to receive, accept
King in Sicily
ā, ab, abs
(away) from, by (+abl)
ac, atque
and, also; as, then
28 terms
AP Latin - Vergil - 7x
accipio
ago
ait
altum
receive, accept
do, drive, act, negotiate, spend (time)
say, speak
the deep, sea
accipio
receive, accept
ago
do, drive, act, negotiate, spend (time)
100 terms
AP Latin Vergil M
māchina, -ae f.
mactō (1)
madeō, -ēre
Maeonius, -a, -um
contraption, machine, crane, catapult, 2
sacrifice, make sacrifice 1
to be wet, moist, drip, 1
Maeonian, 1
māchina, -ae f.
contraption, machine, crane, catapult, 2
mactō (1)
sacrifice, make sacrifice 1
36 terms
AP Latin Vergil U
ūber, ūberis
ubi
ulciscor, -ī, ultum
Ulixēs, -is m.
fertile, rich, abundant, 1
where, when; as soon as, 10
avenge, take vengeance 1
Ulysses, 1
ūber, ūberis
fertile, rich, abundant, 1
ubi
where, when; as soon as, 10
74 terms
AP Latin Vergil L
lābor, -ī, lapsus sum
labōrō (1)
labōs (or), -ōris m.
Lacaena, -ae f.
glide, slide, 2
work, toil, 1
labor, hardship, task, 7
a Spartan (woman),
lābor, -ī, lapsus sum
glide, slide, 2
labōrō (1)
work, toil, 1
30 terms
AP Latin Caesar and Vergil VII
miror
misceo
moenia
moles
mirari, miratus sum-to wonder, to be astonished
miscere, miscui, mixtus-to mix. to mingle, to confuse
moenium n.-walls, ramparts
molis f.-mass, weight, difficulty, burden
miror
mirari, miratus sum-to wonder, to be astonished
misceo
miscere, miscui, mixtus-to mix. to mingle, to confuse
34 terms
AP Latin Vergil Vocab 1-70
cano, ere, cecini, cantus
jacto, are, avi, atum
superus, i, m.
condo, ere, didi, ditum
sing of, chant, proclaim
toss, buffet
a god; pl. gods above
found, establish
cano, ere, cecini, cantus
sing of, chant, proclaim
jacto, are, avi, atum
toss, buffet
30 terms
AP Latin Caesar and Vergil III
licet
maxime
minus
munitio
licēre, licuit (impersonal verb)-to be allowed, to be permitted
in particular, especially, very greatly
less
munitionis f.-fortification
licet
licēre, licuit (impersonal verb)-to be allowed, to be permitted
maxime
in particular, especially, very greatly
30 terms
AP Latin Caesar and Vergil V
medius
navis
oculus
os
media, medium-middle
navis f.-ship
oculi m.-eye
oris n.-mouth, face, expression
medius
media, medium-middle
navis
navis f.-ship
12 terms
AP Latin Vergil B
bellum, i
bacchor, ari, atus
barba, ae
barbarus, a, um
war, combat
rave, rage
beard
foreign, unciviliazed
bellum, i
war, combat
bacchor, ari, atus
rave, rage
58 terms
AP Latin Vergil O
Ō
ob
obdūcō, -ere, -duxī, -ductum
obiciō, -ere, obiēcī, obiectum
O! oh! ah!, 14
on account of, because of (acc.), 3
draw over, cover, 1
cast, hurl, throw (into), 3
Ō
O! oh! ah!, 14
ob
on account of, because of (acc.), 3
189 terms
AP Latin Vergil S
sacer, -cra, -crum
sacerdōs, -dōtis m. f.
sacrō (1)
saepe
sacred, holy; sacrifice, rite, 5
priest(ess), 2
to consecrate, make holy, 1
often, 1
sacer, -cra, -crum
sacred, holy; sacrifice, rite, 5
sacerdōs, -dōtis m. f.
priest(ess), 2
71 terms
AP Latin Vergil R
rabidus, -a, -um
rābiēs, -ēī f.
radius, -ī m.
rāmus, -ī m.
raging, mad, 1
rage, madness, fury, 1
measuring-rod, 1
branch, 2
rabidus, -a, -um
raging, mad, 1
rābiēs, -ēī f.
rage, madness, fury, 1
70 terms
AP Latin Vergil V
vadum, -ī n.
vagor, -ārī
valeō ēre uī
validus, -a, -um
shallows, shoal, 4
wander, roam, 1
prevail, be able 1
strong, 2
vadum, -ī n.
shallows, shoal, 4
vagor, -ārī
wander, roam, 1
100 terms
AP Latin Vergil T
tābeō, -ēre
tabula, -ae f.
tacitus, -a, -um
taeda, -ae f.
drip, soak, melt, waste, 1
plank, board 1
silent, speechless, still, 5
(pine) torch; pine wood, 1
tābeō, -ēre
drip, soak, melt, waste, 1
tabula, -ae f.
plank, board 1
264 terms
AP Latin Caesar and Vergil
a, ab
ac, atque
ad
aut; aut...aut
from, away from; by (+abl)
and, and also; as, than
to, toward, near; (with numerals and dates) about; at, by (+a…
or, either; either...or
a, ab
from, away from; by (+abl)
ac, atque
and, and also; as, than
259 terms
AP Latin Vergil words used 12-23 times
abeo
acer
addo
aequo
go away, depart
sharp. piercing
add, give to
make even, equalize
abeo
go away, depart
acer
sharp. piercing
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