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AP Latin Vergil Part W
agredior, -i, gressus
Alcides, -ae (M)
armo (1)
carina, -ae (F)
to address, attack
descendant of Alceus, Hercules, who descended to Hades and ca…
to equip, furnish
keel, ship, boat
agredior, -i, gressus
to address, attack
Alcides, -ae (M)
descendant of Alceus, Hercules, who descended to Hades and ca…
AP Latin Vergil Part L
Achilles, -i (M)
aeger, -gra, -grum
barba, -ae (F)
bigae, -arum (F)
Greek leader
sick, weary, wretched
beard, whiskers
two horse chariot
Achilles, -i (M)
Greek leader
aeger, -gra, -grum
sick, weary, wretched
AP Latin Vergil Part S
nego
numquam
obnitor, -i, -sus
omnino
to deny, refuse
never, at no time
to struggle
altogether, completely, utterly
nego
to deny, refuse
numquam
never, at no time
AP Latin Vergil Part Z
aes, aeris (N)
ars, artis (F)
causa, -ae (F)
clades, -is (F)
bronze
art, skill, handicraft
cause, case (at law)
slaughter, destruction
aes, aeris (N)
bronze
ars, artis (F)
art, skill, handicraft
AP Latin Vergil Part R
modus, -i (M)
mollis, -e
motus, -ūs (M)
ocior, -ius
manner, limit, method
soft, yielding, easy, mild
movement, emotion
swifter, quicker, very swift
modus, -i (M)
manner, limit, method
mollis, -e
soft, yielding, easy, mild
AP Latin Vergil Part E
acutus, -a, -um
adnitor, -i, sus, (nixus)
aperio, -ire, -ui, -ertus
apertus, -a, -um
sharp, pointed
to strive, lean against
to open, disclose
open, clear
acutus, -a, -um
sharp, pointed
adnitor, -i, sus, (nixus)
to strive, lean against
152 terms
AP Latin Vergil Vocabulary Five
absumo absumere absumpsi absumptum
adveho advehere advexi advectum
Dardanides Dardanidae m
fremo fremere fremui fremitum
to take away, consume, diminish
to carry, convey
Dardanian, Trojan
to murmur, lament, groan, roar, rage
absumo absumere absumpsi absumptum
to take away, consume, diminish
adveho advehere advexi advectum
to carry, convey
114 terms
AP Latin Vergil Vocabulary Eight
Ascanius
celer
clarus
Cyllenius
Ascanii m Ascanius (son of Aeneas)
celeris celere (adj) swift, quick, speedy
clara clarum (adj) clear, bright, illustrious
Cylleni m Cyllenean, Mercury
Ascanius
Ascanii m Ascanius (son of Aeneas)
celer
celeris celere (adj) swift, quick, speedy
AP Latin Vergil Part P
accendo, -ere, -i , -ensus
aggero (1)
amarus, -a, -um
amens, -entis
to kindle, inflame
to heap up, pile up, increase
bitter, unpleasant
mad, crazy, frenzied
accendo, -ere, -i , -ensus
to kindle, inflame
aggero (1)
to heap up, pile up, increase
121 terms
AP Latin Vergil Vocabulary Two
Aeolia
Aeolus
antrum
Auster
Aeoliae f Aeolia (Liparian island near Sicily)
Aeoli m Aeolus (god of the winds)
antri n cave, cavern
Austri m South wind
Aeolia
Aeoliae f Aeolia (Liparian island near Sicily)
Aeolus
Aeoli m Aeolus (god of the winds)
117 terms
AP Latin Vergil Vocabulary Three
Aeolus
audeo
aula
carcer
Aeoli m Aeolus (god of the winds)
audere ausus sum to dare, venture
aulae f court, hall
carceris m prison, inclosure
Aeolus
Aeoli m Aeolus (god of the winds)
audeo
audere ausus sum to dare, venture
AP Latin Vergil Part AA
alumnus, -i (M)
avus, -i (M)
fides, -ei (F)
impune
nursling, foster child
grandfather
faith, trust, fidelity, pledge
unpunished, with impunity
alumnus, -i (M)
nursling, foster child
avus, -i (M)
grandfather
AP Latin Vergil Part I
mos, moris (M)
occubo, -are
procax, -acis
temno, -ere
custom, manner, law
to lie (dead)
wanton, boisterous
to scorn, despise, disdain
mos, moris (M)
custom, manner, law
occubo, -are
to lie (dead)
AP Latin Vergil Part Q
impius, -a, -um
inops, -opis
jussum, -i (M)
alatus, -a, -um
wicked, accursed, disloyal
needy, destitute, bereft (of)
command, behest, order
winged
impius, -a, -um
wicked, accursed, disloyal
inops, -opis
needy, destitute, bereft (of)
AP Latin Vergil Part X
alveus, -i
caerul(e)us, -a, -um
deturbo
forus, -i
boat
dark blue
to drive off, dislodge
gangway
alveus, -i
boat
caerul(e)us, -a, -um
dark blue
AP Latin Vergil Part V
Acheron, -ontis (M)
acies, -ei (F)
admoneo, -ēre, -ui, -itus
aestuo (1)
(a gloomy river of) Hades
edge, eyesight, battle-line
to warn admonish
to boil, seethe, surge
Acheron, -ontis (M)
(a gloomy river of) Hades
acies, -ei (F)
edge, eyesight, battle-line
AP Latin Vergil Part U
adnitor, -i
cubitum, -i
levo (1)
torus, -i (M)
to lean on
elbow, arm
to lift, lighten, raise, relieve
(banqueting, funeral) couch, bed
adnitor, -i
to lean on
cubitum, -i
elbow, arm
125 terms
AP Latin Vergil Vocabulary Seven
accingo
effulgeo
emoveo
eruo
accingere accinxi accintum to equip
effulgere effulsi to flash, glitter, gleam
emovere emovi emotum to move from
eruere erui erutum to overthrow, tear up
accingo
accingere accinxi accintum to equip
effulgeo
effulgere effulsi to flash, glitter, gleam
AP Latin Vergil Part G
adultus, -a, -um
adversus, -a, -um
aestas, -atis (F)
apis, -is (F)
grown, adult
opposite, facing
summer
bee
adultus, -a, -um
grown, adult
adversus, -a, -um
opposite, facing
AP Latin Vergil Part N
acies, -ei
aestas, -atis
almus, -a, -um
caelicola, -ae
edge, battle line, army
age, life, time
nurturing, kind
divinity, divine
acies, -ei
edge, battle line, army
aestas, -atis
age, life, time
AP Latin Vergil Part J
aveho, -ere, -vexi, vectus
Capys, -yos (M)
Careo, -ēre, -ui, -itus
caterva, -ae (F)
to carry, convey (away)
trojan leader
to be free from, lack (+ABL)
crowd, band, troop
aveho, -ere, -vexi, vectus
to carry, convey (away)
Capys, -yos (M)
trojan leader
AP Latin Vergil Part O
amnis, -is (M)
aper, -pri (M)
cervus, -i (M)
descendo, -ere
river, stream
wild boar
deer, stag
to decend
amnis, -is (M)
river, stream
aper, -pri (M)
wild boar
132 terms
AP Latin Vergil Vocabulary Review
accedo, accedere, accessi, accessus
accendo, accendere, accendi, accensus
adfatus, adfatus (M)
aequaevus, -a, -um
come near, approach; agree with; be added to; constitute
kindle, set on fire, light; illuminate; inflame, stir up
address, speech, conversation; pronouncement, utterance
of the same age, contemporary
accedo, accedere, accessi, accessus
come near, approach; agree with; be added to; constitute
accendo, accendere, accendi, accensus
kindle, set on fire, light; illuminate; inflame, stir up
132 terms
AP Latin Vergil - The Aeneid - Vocabulary Review
accedo, accedere, accessi, accessus
accendo, accendere, accendi, accensus
adfatus, adfatus (M)
aequaevus, -a, -um
come near, approach; agree with; be added to; constitute
kindle, set on fire, light; illuminate; inflame, stir up
address, speech, conversation; pronouncement, utterance
of the same age, contemporary
accedo, accedere, accessi, accessus
come near, approach; agree with; be added to; constitute
accendo, accendere, accendi, accensus
kindle, set on fire, light; illuminate; inflame, stir up
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
176 terms
AP Latin Frequency List (Vergil and Caesar)
ā, ab
ac, atque
aut
cum
from, away from, by
and, and also; as, than
or, either; either...or
(prep w/abl) with... (conj) when, since; although
ā, ab
from, away from, by
ac, atque
and, and also; as, than
66 terms
AP Latin Vergil Vocabulary One
altum
cano
iacto
Lavinus
alti n the deep sea
canere cecini cantus to sing, chant, proclaim
iactare iactavi iactatum to toss, buffet
Lavina Lavinum (adj) Lavinian (of Lavinium)
altum
alti n the deep sea
cano
canere cecini cantus to sing, chant, proclaim
30 terms
AP Latin Vergil 12-22
antiqua
coloni
longe
ostia
old
colonist
far
mouth
antiqua
old
coloni
colonist
AP Latin Section 2 (vergil)
altus
animus
arma
deus
-a -um... high, lofty; deep, profound, the sea
animī m. ... soul, spirit, heart; courage
armōrum n.... weapons, arms; utensils, equipment
deī... god, deity
altus
-a -um... high, lofty; deep, profound, the sea
animus
animī m. ... soul, spirit, heart; courage
33 terms
AP Latin Vergil: Poetic Devices
Alliteration
Anaphora
Anastrophe
Aposiopesis
deliberate repetition of sounds, especially initial consonant…
repetition of words or phrases for emphasis.
the reversal of normal word order in a prepositional phrase,…
a dramatic interruption in mid-sentence.
Alliteration
deliberate repetition of sounds, especially initial consonant…
Anaphora
repetition of words or phrases for emphasis.
176 terms
AP Latin Frequency List (Vergil and Caesar)
ā, ab
ac, atque
aut
cum
from, away from, by
and, and also; as, than
or, either; either...or
(prep w/abl) with... (conj) when, since; although
ā, ab
from, away from, by
ac, atque
and, and also; as, than
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
10 terms
AP Latin: Vergil 10 words 2/24
coram
invius
infandus
linquo
face to face
invia, um - pathless
infanda, um - unspeakable
linquere, liqui, lictus - to leave, abandon
coram
face to face
invius
invia, um - pathless
77 terms
AP Latin Vergil Quiz 1
altum
cano
iacto
profugus
the deep
sing (of)
toss
exiled
altum
the deep
cano
sing (of)
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
40 terms
AP Latin Vergil Literary and Poetic Devices
Alliteration
Anachronism
Anaphora
Anastrophe
Deliberate repetition of sounds, especially initial consonant…
Something located at a time when it could not have existed or…
Repetition of words or phrases for emphasis
Inversion of the usual order of words
Alliteration
Deliberate repetition of sounds, especially initial consonant…
Anachronism
Something located at a time when it could not have existed or…
15 terms
AP Latin Exam Vocab: Vergil
contendo, ere -i, ntus
desuper
scopulus -i n.
suscipio, ere, cepi, ceptus
I strive, hasten
from above
rocks
I catch, receive
contendo, ere -i, ntus
I strive, hasten
desuper
from above
AP Latin Vergil Aeneid Vocab Book 1 (Definitive)
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
AP Latin vocab list B (Vergil 15+)
altus, -a, -um
animus, -ī, M
arma, -ōrum, Npl
deus, -ī, M
high, deep, (subst.) the sea
soul, spirit, heart, courage
weapons, arms, equipment
god, deity
altus, -a, -um
high, deep, (subst.) the sea
animus, -ī, M
soul, spirit, heart, courage
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
34 terms
AP Latin: Rhetorical Strategies in Vergil
Alliteration
Anaphora
Anastrophe
Aposiopesis
The repetition of the same letter or sound, usually at the be…
The repetition of a word or words at the beginning of success…
The inversion of the normal order of words (te propter).
A breaking off in the middle of a sentence, the syntax of whi…
Alliteration
The repetition of the same letter or sound, usually at the be…
Anaphora
The repetition of a word or words at the beginning of success…
147 terms
AP Latin Vergil General Word List
accipio accipere accepi acceptus
adsum adesse adfui
aequor aequoris n.
age, agite
to receive, accept
to be present, assist
sea, waves; (level) plain
up! come! lead on!
accipio accipere accepi acceptus
to receive, accept
adsum adesse adfui
to be present, assist
51 terms
AP Latin Vergil Faces and Places
Acestes
Achates
Achilles
Aeolus
King of Sicily
faithful companion of Aeneas
Greek warrior
king of the winds
Acestes
King of Sicily
Achates
faithful companion of Aeneas
20 terms
LatinAP.CaesarVergil.15+
a/ab
ac/atque
ad
aut/ aut...aut...
from, away from
and, and also
to, toward, near
or, either...or...
a/ab
from, away from
ac/atque
and, and also
82 terms
AP Latin Characters and Culture Terms Vergil & Caesar
Acestes
Achates
Achilles
Aecides
King of Sicily, helps the Trojans, "good"
Accompanies Aeneas into Carthage, Aeneas's BFF, "faithful"
The main Greek warrior, kills Hector and drags him around the…
Patronymic, another name for Achilles or Neoptolemus
Acestes
King of Sicily, helps the Trojans, "good"
Achates
Accompanies Aeneas into Carthage, Aeneas's BFF, "faithful"
106 terms
AP Latin Vergil Part V
(a gloomy river of) Hades
edge, eyesight, battle-line
to warn admonish
to boil, seethe, surge
Acheron, -ontis (M)
acies, -ei (F)
admoneo, -ēre, -ui, -itus
aestuo (1)
(a gloomy river of) Hades
Acheron, -ontis (M)
edge, eyesight, battle-line
acies, -ei (F)
AP Latin Vergil Characters and Events -- Book I
Aeneas
Juno
Ascanius
Cupid
Trojan prince who escaped the fall of Troy; fated to found a…
queen of the gods; wife and sister of Jupiter; hates Aeneas a…
son of Aeneas
son of Venus, disguises himself as Ascanius
Aeneas
Trojan prince who escaped the fall of Troy; fated to found a…
Juno
queen of the gods; wife and sister of Jupiter; hates Aeneas a…
40 terms
AP LATIN VERGIL LESSON 7
Miranda
Stupeo-ere stupui
Obtutus-us m
Haereo, haerere, haesi, haesus
Things to be wondered at
Be amazed
Stare, gaze
Stick to (takes dative)
Miranda
Things to be wondered at
Stupeo-ere stupui
Be amazed
22 terms
Caesar & Vergil Vocab (AP Latin)
a, ab (+abl)
ac, atque
ad (+acc)
aut; aut... aut
from, away from; by
and, and also; as, than
to, toward, near; (w/ numerals & dates) about; at, by
or, either; either... or
a, ab (+abl)
from, away from; by
ac, atque
and, and also; as, than
AP Latin Vergil Characters and Events -- Book I
Aeneas
Juno
Ascanius
Cupid
Trojan prince who escaped the fall of Troy; fated to found a…
Queen of the gods; wife and sister of Jupiter; hates Aeneas a…
son of Aeneas
son of Venus, disguises himself as Ascanius
Aeneas
Trojan prince who escaped the fall of Troy; fated to found a…
Juno
Queen of the gods; wife and sister of Jupiter; hates Aeneas a…
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