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331 terms
AP Latin
Ac, atque
Aut,aut...aut
Do, dare, dedi, datum
Hic, haec, hoc
And, and also (conj)
Or, either...or (conj)
To give, put [data]
This, these, he, she, it
Ac, atque
And, and also (conj)
Aut,aut...aut
Or, either...or (conj)
394 terms
AP Latin: Caesar Vocabulary
adficio
altus
angustus
animus
to do, treat, affect
tall, high, deep
compressed, narrow
soul, spirit
adficio
to do, treat, affect
altus
tall, high, deep
31 terms
AP Latin Caesar - I
a, ab (+abl.)
absum, abesse, abfui, abfuturum
ad (+acc.)
alius, alia, aliud
from, by
be absent, lack
to, toward; near, at
other, another, else
a, ab (+abl.)
from, by
absum, abesse, abfui, abfuturum
be absent, lack
AP Government Latin Terms
Ex post facto
Writ of habeas corpus
Pro tempore
Stare decisis
"After the fact". A law adopted after the act is committed ma…
A court order that requires police to bring a prisoner to cou…
For the time being; temporary
The legal principle of determining present verdicts based on…
Ex post facto
"After the fact". A law adopted after the act is committed ma…
Writ of habeas corpus
A court order that requires police to bring a prisoner to cou…
34 terms
AP Latin, lines 52-80
antrum, i
carcer, eris
celsus
cor, cordis
cave
prison
lofty, towering
heart
antrum, i
cave
carcer, eris
prison
18 terms
LatinAP.Devices
ALLITERATION
ANAPHORA
ANASTROPHE
APOSIOPESIS
repetition of same letter or sound
repetition of same word or phrase at beginning of successive…
inversion of normal word order
breaking off in the middle of a sentence
ALLITERATION
repetition of same letter or sound
ANAPHORA
repetition of same word or phrase at beginning of successive…
9 terms
AP Latin - DBG Characters
Orgetorix
Dumnorix
Divico
Diviacus/Divitiacus
DBG 1... Wealthy & influential Helvetian nobleman who creates a…
DBG 1... Go-between used by Helvetians to convince Aeduans and…
DBG 1... Rebellious Helvetian commander, sent as emissary to Ca…
DBG 1... Aeduan magistrate, frequently advises Caesar on matter…
Orgetorix
DBG 1... Wealthy & influential Helvetian nobleman who creates a…
Dumnorix
DBG 1... Go-between used by Helvetians to convince Aeduans and…
394 terms
AP Latin: Caesar Vocabulary
adficio
altus
angustus
animus
to do, treat, affect
tall, high, deep
compressed, narrow
soul, spirit
adficio
to do, treat, affect
altus
tall, high, deep
28 terms
AP Latin Major Characters in the Aeneid
Aeneas ... (Book 1)
Ascanius... (Book 1)
Venus... (Book 1)
Dido... (Book 1)
Son of Anchises and Venus, commander of the Dardanians and, a…
Grandson of Anchises, son of Aeneas and Creusa, also called I…
Goddess of love, daughter of Jupiter and Dione, wife of Vulca…
Phoenician exile, queen and founder of Carthage, wife of Sych…
Aeneas ... (Book 1)
Son of Anchises and Venus, commander of the Dardanians and, a…
Ascanius... (Book 1)
Grandson of Anchises, son of Aeneas and Creusa, also called I…
37 terms
AP Latin Rhetorical Devices
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. EG te propter
(a silent falling) a breaking off in the middle of a sentence…
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…
11 terms
AP Latin
Subjektsprædikat
Subjekt
Objekt
kasus
omsagnsled til grundled, ⊗
grundled, ×
genstandsled, deles op i Akkusativobjekt og Dativobjekt
markerer hvilket led substantiverne er i sættningen.... Nominati…
Subjektsprædikat
omsagnsled til grundled, ⊗
Subjekt
grundled, ×
50 terms
AP Latin: Group II
rex, regis (14)
se (14)
unda, -ae (14)
venio, -ire, veni (14)
king
self
waves
to come
rex, regis (14)
king
se (14)
self
50 terms
AP Latin: Group III
corripio, -ere, -ui (9)
divum (9)
iubeo, -ere, iussi (9)
Iuno, -onis (9)
to take hold of, snatch
of the gods
to order
Juno
corripio, -ere, -ui (9)
to take hold of, snatch
divum (9)
of the gods
987 terms
Caesar AP Latin
.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
17 terms
LatinAP.Devices
ALLITERATION
ANAPHORA
ANASTROPHE
APOSTROPHE
repetition of same letter or sound
repetition of same word or phrase at beginning of successive…
inversion of normal word order
sudden break in story for direct address
ALLITERATION
repetition of same letter or sound
ANAPHORA
repetition of same word or phrase at beginning of successive…
32 terms
AP LATIN- Literary Devices
Alliteration
Anaphora
Anastrophe/Hyperbaton
Aposiopesis
Repetition of the same letter at the beginning of words or sy…
Repetition of a word or phrase for emphasis, usually at the b…
Inversion of usual word order. Enables writer to place words…
Breaking off in the middle of a sentence, wherein the speaker…
Alliteration
Repetition of the same letter at the beginning of words or sy…
Anaphora
Repetition of a word or phrase for emphasis, usually at the b…
25 terms
Literary Devices AP Latin
alliteration
anaphora
anastrophe
apostrophe
repetition of the same letter or sound, usually at the beginn…
repetition of a word or words at the beginning of successive…
inversion of the usual order of words, such as placing a prep…
sudden break from the previous narrative for an address, in t…
alliteration
repetition of the same letter or sound, usually at the beginn…
anaphora
repetition of a word or words at the beginning of successive…
50 terms
AP Latin: Group I
et (164)
hic, haec, hoc (139)
qui, quae, quod (105)
in (55)
and
this, these
who, whom, that, which
in, into
et (164)
and
hic, haec, hoc (139)
this, these
11 terms
Latin Words AP. Gov
Ex Post Facto
Writ of Habeas Corpus
Writ of Certiorar
Stare Decisis
An ex post facto law in one which makes a particular act ille…
It is a guarantee against any detention that is forbidden by…
...
"let the decision stand" a doctrine requiring that judges app…
Ex Post Facto
An ex post facto law in one which makes a particular act ille…
Writ of Habeas Corpus
It is a guarantee against any detention that is forbidden by…
50 terms
AP Latin: Group VI
passim (5)
poena, -ae (5)
post (5)
premo, -ere, pressi (5)
here and there
punishment
after
to press, squeeze
passim (5)
here and there
poena, -ae (5)
punishment
AP Latin
absum, abesse, afui, afuturus
accido, accidere, acidi
accipio, accipere, accepi, acceptus
acer, acris, acre
to be away
to happen
to recieve
sharp
absum, abesse, afui, afuturus
to be away
accido, accidere, acidi
to happen
50 terms
AP Latin: Group V
annus, -i (5)
antrum, -i (5)
aperio, -ire, (5)
armato (5)
year
cave
to open
armed, having been armed
annus, -i (5)
year
antrum, -i (5)
cave
50 terms
AP Latin: Group IV
numen, -inis (7)
oro, -are, -avi (7)
pietas -atis (7)
populus, -i (7)
divine will
to pray, beg, beseech
sense of responsibility, sense of duty
people
numen, -inis (7)
divine will
oro, -are, -avi (7)
to pray, beg, beseech
20 terms
LatinAP.ImportantDates
1150 BC
753 BC
509 BC
264 - 146 BC
Trojan War
city of Rome founded
republic of Rome founded
Carthaginian Wars with Rome
1150 BC
Trojan War
753 BC
city of Rome founded
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
331 terms
AP Latin
Ac, atque
Aut,aut...aut
Do, dare, dedi, datum
Hic, haec, hoc
And, and also (conj)
Or, either...or (conj)
To give, put [data]
This, these, he, she, it
Ac, atque
And, and also (conj)
Aut,aut...aut
Or, either...or (conj)
13 terms
LatinAP.Caesar.BookIV
Cicero
Gaius Fabius
Lucius Roscius
Labienus
attacked by the Nervii
near the Morini
near the Essuvii
near the Remi
Cicero
attacked by the Nervii
Gaius Fabius
near the Morini
127 terms
AP Latin Caesar Vocabulary Review
accedo, accedere, accessi, accessus
accīdo, accīdere, accīdi, accīsus
accido, accidere, accidi, ---
adfligo, adfligere, adflixi, adflictus
come near, approach; be added to; constitute
cut, cut into/down/up, hack, hew fell; overthrow, destroy
happen, fall to
strike against, overthrow, damage, injure
accedo, accedere, accessi, accessus
come near, approach; be added to; constitute
accīdo, accīdere, accīdi, accīsus
cut, cut into/down/up, hack, hew fell; overthrow, destroy
AP-latin
substantiv
verbum
proprium
adjektiv
navneord
udsagnsord
egennavn
tillægsord
substantiv
navneord
verbum
udsagnsord
31 terms
AP Latin Group 5
to seek, ask for, make for, attack
but
body
thing, affair, matter, business
peto, petere, petivi, petitus
at, ast
corpus, corporis n
res, rei f
to seek, ask for, make for, attack
peto, petere, petivi, petitus
but
at, ast
105 terms
AP Latin Mastery List - Nouns
adventus
ager
annus
arma
arrival, approach... adventus, adventus, m.
field; district, territory... ager, agri, m.
year... annus, anni, m.
arms, weapons, battle, war... arma, armorum, n.pl.
adventus
arrival, approach... adventus, adventus, m.
ager
field; district, territory... ager, agri, m.
AP LATIN VOCABULARY
quarum
incolunt
Garumna flumen
Matrona flumen
of which
they inhabit
Garonna river
Marne river
quarum
of which
incolunt
they inhabit
16 terms
LatinAP.Caesar.BookI
Gallia
Belgae
Aquitani
Celtae
Gaul or France
Belgians
People from SW Gaul
another name for the Gauls
Gallia
Gaul or France
Belgae
Belgians
30 terms
AP Latin Group 6
god
flame
seat, temple, home
ally, comrade, companion
divus, divi m
flamma, flammae f
sedes, sedis f
socius, socii m
god
divus, divi m
flame
flamma, flammae f
26 terms
AP Latin Mastery List - Adverbs
ante
circiter
facile
fere
before, above, previously; (as preposition) before, in front of
about, around, near
easily, readily; comparative - facilius; superlative - facill…
almost, nearly, about, for the most part
ante
before, above, previously; (as preposition) before, in front of
circiter
about, around, near
44 terms
AP Latin Mastery List - Adjectives
alius, alia, aliud
alius...alius
alter, altera, alterum
alter...alter
another, other; genitive - alius
one...another, (in plural) some...others
the other, second
the one...the other
alius, alia, aliud
another, other; genitive - alius
alius...alius
one...another, (in plural) some...others
37 terms
AP Latin Rhetorical Devices
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. EG te propter
(a silent falling) a breaking off in the middle of a sentence…
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…
23 terms
AP Latin Mastery List - Conjunctions
ac
at, ast
atque
aut
1) and also, and even, and... 2) than, as, from (in comparisons)
but, at least
1) and also, and even, and... 2) than, as, from (in comparisons)
or
ac
1) and also, and even, and... 2) than, as, from (in comparisons)
at, ast
but, at least
AP Latin Rhetorical Devices
alliteration
asyndeton
chiasmus
ellipsis
repetition of the same sound at the beginning of successive w…
Greek: "without connectives"; omission of connecting words su…
words appearing in a criss-cross pattern A-B-B-A; can be crea…
omission of a word or words that are required to make a claus…
alliteration
repetition of the same sound at the beginning of successive w…
asyndeton
Greek: "without connectives"; omission of connecting words su…
30 terms
AP Latin: Group I
and
-and
this, these
who, whom, that, which
et
-que
hic, haec, hoc
qui, quae, quod
and
et
-and
-que
30 terms
AP Latin Group 2
but, on the other hand
camp
cause, reason, case
council, plan, advice, prudence
at
castra, castrorum n pl
causa, causae f
consilium, consilii n
but, on the other hand
at
camp
castra, castrorum n pl
15 terms
AP Latin
Constituo, constituere, constitui, con…
discedo, ere, discessi, discessurus
longe adv
profiscor, i, profectus sum
to place, station, decide
to depart
far, at a distance
to set out, depart
Constituo, constituere, constitui, con…
to place, station, decide
discedo, ere, discessi, discessurus
to depart
ap latin
substantiv
verbum
verballed
subjekt
ordklasse: navneord
ordklasse: udsagnsord
funktion i sætningen markeret ved bolle
funktion i sætningen markeret ved kryds
substantiv
ordklasse: navneord
verbum
ordklasse: udsagnsord
21 terms
AP Latin Mastery List - Pronouns
aliquis, aliquid
hic, haec, hoc
hōc
hic...ille
someone, something; anyone, anything, any
this
on this account, in this respect
the latter...the former; this one...that one
aliquis, aliquid
someone, something; anyone, anything, any
hic, haec, hoc
this
30 terms
AP Latin Group 3
legatus, legati m
maximus, maxima, maximum
proelium, proelii n
pro (+ABL)
envoy, ambassador
very great, greatest
battle
in front of, for, on behalf of, in return for
legatus, legati m
envoy, ambassador
maximus, maxima, maximum
very great, greatest
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
30 terms
AP Latin Rhetorical Terms
Alliteration
Anaphora
Anastrophe
Aposiopesis
repeated sounds at the beginning of words. ex: magno cum murm…
repetition of words at the start of phrases: ex: Tu mihi, quo…
Reversal of standard word order, especially when a prepositio…
Breaking off in the middle of a sentence: ex: quem ego...
Alliteration
repeated sounds at the beginning of words. ex: magno cum murm…
Anaphora
repetition of words at the start of phrases: ex: Tu mihi, quo…
13 terms
AP Government Latin Terms
Amicus Curiae
De Facto
De Jure
en banc
"Friend of the Court", Briefs filed before oral arguments, ca…
a Latin expression that means "in fact" or "in practice" but…
Literally..... "by law". An example would be Jim Crow laws of…
"In the bench" or "full bench." Refers to court sessions with…
Amicus Curiae
"Friend of the Court", Briefs filed before oral arguments, ca…
De Facto
a Latin expression that means "in fact" or "in practice" but…
26 terms
AP Gov Latin Terms
annuit coeptis
causis belli
Circa
e pluribus unum
He favors our undertaking
Cause for war
about
out of many
annuit coeptis
He favors our undertaking
causis belli
Cause for war
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
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