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33 terms
Latin 1A (Jones & Sidwell)
aul-a ae
aur-um ī
coqu-us ī
corōn-a ae
1f pot
2n gold
2m cook
1f garland
aul-a ae
1f pot
aur-um ī
2n gold
19 terms
3A
uictōria
bellum
imperium
dux
victory, triumph... 1f
war, conflict... 2n
order, command... 2n
leader, general... 3m dux, ducis
uictōria
victory, triumph... 1f
bellum
war, conflict... 2n
Jones & Sidwell Section 1
familia, familiae f.
filia, filiae f.
serua, seruae f.
habito, habitare, habitaui, habitatum
household, family
daughter
slave woman
to dwell
familia, familiae f.
household, family
filia, filiae f.
daughter
Jones and Sidwell Section 2
amica, amicae f.
astutia, astutiae f.
cera, cerae f.
luna, lunae f.
female friend; mistress
astuteness; (pl.) tricks
wax
moon
amica, amicae f.
female friend; mistress
astutia, astutiae f.
astuteness; (pl.) tricks
Jones and Sidwell Section 3
uictoria, uictoriae f.
bellum, belli n.
imperium, imperii n.
dux, ducis m.
victory, triumph
war, conflict
order, command
leader, general
uictoria, uictoriae f.
victory, triumph
bellum, belli n.
war, conflict
Jones and Sidwell Section 4
custos, custodis m./f.
fama, famae f.
impetus, impetus m.
nuntius, nuntii m.
guard
rumor, report; reputation
attack
messenger
custos, custodis m./f.
guard
fama, famae f.
rumor, report; reputation
6 terms
Reading Latin', section 1C: others
ē, ex (+abl)
neque
numquam
quid
out of, from
neither
never
what?
ē, ex (+abl)
out of, from
neque
neither
6 terms
Reading Latin', section 1C: adjectives
mal-us a um
me-us a um
tu-us a um
salu-us a um
bad
my
your
safe
mal-us a um
bad
me-us a um
my
196 terms
1 (total)
nūptiae
animus
cōnsilium
dōs
marriage-rites... 1f pl
mind, spirit, heart... 2m
plan... advice, judgment... 2n
dowry... 3f dōs, dōtis
nūptiae
marriage-rites... 1f pl
animus
mind, spirit, heart... 2m
5 terms
'Reading Latin', section 1B: Others
clam
quare
quod
tamen
secretly
why?
because
however, but
clam
secretly
quare
why?
7 terms
'Reading Latin', section 1A: verbs
cēl-ō
clām-ō
intr-ō
port-ō
I hide
I shout
I enter
i carry
cēl-ō
I hide
clām-ō
I shout
5 terms
Reading Latin', section 1C: irregular verbs
e-ō
exe-ō
abe-ō
ade-ō
i go
i exit
i depart
i approach, i attend
e-ō
i go
exe-ō
i exit
5 terms
'Reading Latin', section 1C: Nouns
aqu-a ae 1f
domin-us ī 2m
ocul-us ī 2m
uīcīn-us ī 2m
water
master
eye
neighbour
aqu-a ae 1f
water
domin-us ī 2m
master
26 terms
Cambridge latin course section 1, stage 11 vocab flashcards
convenit
credit
de
favit
meets
trusts
down from; about
favors
convenit
meets
credit
trusts
9 terms
Reading Latin', section 1C: verbs
cogit-ō 1
rog-ō 1
seru-ō 1
st-ō 1
i think
i ask
i save
i stand
cogit-ō 1
i think
rog-ō 1
i ask
8 terms
Reading Latin, section 1D, Others
ā, ab (+abl)
ita
nec
nimis
away from
thus
neither; nor
too much (of) + gen.
ā, ab (+abl)
away from
ita
thus
6 terms
Reading Latin, section 1D, verbs
habe-ō 2
iube-ō 2 iuss-
uale-ō 2
dūc-ō 3 dūx, duct
i hold, regard
i order
i say goodbye
i lead
habe-ō 2
i hold, regard
iube-ō 2 iuss-
i order
8 terms
'Reading Latin', section 1B: Nouns
cur-a ae 1f
unguent-um ī 2n
de-us ī 2m
honor honor-is 3m
worry
ointment
god
respect
cur-a ae 1f
worry
unguent-um ī 2n
ointment
7 terms
'Reading Latin', section 1b: verbs
d-ō 1
cur-ō 1
am-ō 1
supplic-ō 1
I do
I take care of
I love
i make prayers (to)
d-ō 1
I do
cur-ō 1
I take care of
Cambridge Latin Stage 36 Culture
What was most Latin literature designe…
What did many authors do before publis…
How did an author present his work to…
What was the reaction of people who sa…
Reading
They read them to a listening audience first
A poet might pick a convenient spot (street corner, barbersho…
Either very entertaining or very annoying
What was most Latin literature designe…
Reading
What did many authors do before publis…
They read them to a listening audience first
14 terms
'Reading Latin', section 1A: others
ad
cūr
deinde
enim
to
why?
next
because
ad
to
cūr
why?
18 terms
'Reading Latin', section 1A: Running vocab, part 6
sōlus
spectat
stat
stātis
alone
he does
he stands
yous stand
sōlus
alone
spectat
he does
13 terms
Reading Latin, section 1D, Nouns
Fēmin-a ae 1f
percūni-a ae 1f
puell-a ae 1f
fili-us ī 2m
women
money
girl
son
Fēmin-a ae 1f
women
percūni-a ae 1f
money
25 terms
'Reading Latin', section 1A: Running vocab, part 2
clāmat
clāmātis
clausa
cognōuī
he shouts
yous shout
closed
I know
clāmat
he shouts
clāmātis
yous shout
25 terms
'Reading Latin', section 1A: Running vocab, part 1
ad focum
ad iānuam
ad Larem
ad nūptias
to the hearth
to the door
to the Lar
to the wedding
ad focum
to the hearth
ad iānuam
to the door
16 terms
Scientific Method
Constants
Control Group
Variables
Independent Variable (Manipulated Vari…
The factors that are kept the same in an experiment.
Something that is used for comparison during the experiment.…
Any factor that changes and affects the outcome of an experim…
The variable that the experimenter decides to change to see i…
Constants
The factors that are kept the same in an experiment.
Control Group
Something that is used for comparison during the experiment.…
25 terms
'Reading Latin', section 1A: Running vocab, part 5
Parō
perditissimus
perditus
plēnae
I prepare
the most done for
done for
full
Parō
I prepare
perditissimus
the most done for
25 terms
'Reading Latin', section 1A: Running vocab, part 3
ecce
ecquis
ego
enim
look!
anyone?
I
for, because
ecce
look!
ecquis
anyone?
30 terms
'Reading Latin', section 1A: Running vocab, part 4
igitur
ingnōrat
illūc
immō
therefore
he is ignorant
here
more precisely
igitur
therefore
ingnōrat
he is ignorant
12 terms
'Reading Latin', section 1A: learning vocab, nouns/adjectives
aul-a ae 1f
aur-um ī 2n
coqu-us ī 2m
corōn-a ae 1f
pot
gold
cook
garland
aul-a ae 1f
pot
aur-um ī 2n
gold
7 terms
HTL, Semester 1, Section 2C, Others
citō
ergō
haud
iam
quickly
therefore
not
now, by now, already; presently
citō
quickly
ergō
therefore
6 terms
htl, semester 1, section 1f, adjectives
audāx audāc-is
facil-is e
ingēns ingent-is
omn-is e
brave
easy
huge
all
audāx audāc-is
brave
facil-is e
easy
6 terms
HTL, semester 1, section 1G, Others
certē
certō
cum (+abl)
aut
without a doubt
for a fact
in the company of
or
certē
without a doubt
certō
for a fact
9 terms
HTL, Semester 1, Section 2B, Others
at
domō
ecce
intrō
but
from the home
Look
(to) inside
at
but
domō
from the home
7 terms
HTL, Semester 1, Section 2A, Others
ac (atque)
bene
cum (+abl)
dē (+abl)
and
good
(in company) with
about, concerning
ac (atque)
and
bene
good
7 terms
HTL, Semester 1, Section 2A, Adjectives
alter altera alterum
ducent-ī ae a
noster nostra nostrum
uester uestra uestrum
the other, the second... the one...the other
200
ours
your(s)
alter altera alterum
the other, the second... the one...the other
ducent-ī ae a
200
7 terms
HTL101, semester 1, section 1E, Verbs
irrīde-ō 2
saluē
posc-ō 3
prōmitt-ō 3 prōmīs- prōmiss
I mock
welcome!
I demand
I promise
irrīde-ō 2
I mock
saluē
welcome!
5 terms
HTL, semester 1, section 1G, Verbs
age!
crēdō 3 crēdid crēdit
ostend-ō 3
redd-ō 3 reddid- reddit-
come!
I believe (+dat) I entrust X (+acc) to Y(dative)
I show
I return
age!
come!
crēdō 3 crēdid crēdit
I believe (+dat) I entrust X (+acc) to Y(dative)
8 terms
Revision for section 1, Nouns + Adjectives
Iuuenis iuuen-is 3m
Audaci-a ae 1f
Salu-us a um
Facil-is e
young man
boldness, manlyness
safety, security
easy
Iuuenis iuuen-is 3m
young man
Audaci-a ae 1f
boldness, manlyness
9 terms
HTL, section 1 revision; Verbs
ostend-ō 3
tace-ō 2
uale
irride-ō 2
i reveal
i am silent
goodbye!
i mock
ostend-ō 3
i reveal
tace-ō 2
i am silent
7 terms
HTL, Semester 1, Section 2C, verbs
necō 1
dēfendō 3
opprimō 3 opress
arbitor 1
i kill
i defend
i surprise, catch; crush
i think, consider; give judgement
necō 1
i kill
dēfendō 3
i defend
6 terms
HTL101, semester 1, section 2E, nouns
uit-a ae 1f
mal-um ī 2n
foris for-is 3f
mors mort-is 3f
life
trouble evil
door
death
uit-a ae 1f
life
mal-um ī 2n
trouble evil
11 terms
Revision for section 1, Others.
quoque
quare
tamen
neque
also
why?
however, but
neither, and...not, nor
quoque
also
quare
why?
7 terms
htl, semester 1, section 2E, others
hāc
hūc
ibi
nisi
this way
to here
there
unless, if...not; except
hāc
this way
hūc
to here
11 terms
HTL101, semester 1, section 1E, Others
bene
et...et
hodiē
-ne
well; thoroughly; rightly
both...and
today
?
bene
well; thoroughly; rightly
et...et
both...and
5 terms
HTL, Semester 1, Section 2C, adjectives
aur-us a um
īrāt-us a um
scelest-us a um
hic haec hoc
golden
angry
criminal, wicked
this person/thing (pl) these
aur-us a um
golden
īrāt-us a um
angry
8 terms
HTL, Semester 1, Section 2B, Nouns
Litter-ae ārum 1f
sapienti-a ae 1f
lect-us ī 2m
uerb-um ī 2n
letter
wisdom
couch, bed
word
Litter-ae ārum 1f
letter
sapienti-a ae 1f
wisdom
19 terms
Learning vocabulary for 3A
uictōri-a ae 1f
bell-um ī 2n
imperi-um ī 2n
dux duc-is 3m
victory triump
war conflict
order, command
leader, general
uictōri-a ae 1f
victory triump
bell-um ī 2n
war conflict
5 terms
HTL, semester 1, section 1G, Nouns
audāc-a ae 1f
fān-um ī 2n
continenti-a ae 1f
iuuenis iuuen-is 3m
boldness
shrine
self-control
young man
audāc-a ae 1f
boldness
fān-um ī 2n
shrine
45 terms
Cambridge Latin Stage 36 Culture
What was most Latin literature designe…
What did many authors do before publis…
How did an author present his work to…
What was the reaction of people who sa…
Reading
They read them to a listening audience first
A poet might pick a convenient spot (street corner, barbersho…
Either very entertaining or very annoying
What was most Latin literature designe…
Reading
What did many authors do before publis…
They read them to a listening audience first
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