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Lingua latina chapter 11
gena, -ae
lingua, -ae
vena, -ae
bracchium, -i
Cheek
Tongue
Vein
Arm
gena, -ae
Cheek
lingua, -ae
Tongue
58 terms
Lingua Latina Chapter 11
n1. gena, -ae
n1. lingua, -ae
n1. vena, -ae
n1. bracchium, -i
cheek
tongue, language
vein
arm
n1. gena, -ae
cheek
n1. lingua, -ae
tongue, language
Lingua Latina Chapter 11 Vocabulary
aeger, gra, grum
atque/ac
auris, is f
bene
ill
and
ear
well
aeger, gra, grum
ill
atque/ac
and
15 terms
Lingua Latina, Chapter 11, part 2
The doctor says the boy is sleeping
Show me your tongue!
He says his tongue is red
He pokes his foot with his finger
Medicus puerum dormīre dīcit
linguam ostende
Dīcit linguam ēius rubram esse
digitum ad pedem appōnit
The doctor says the boy is sleeping
Medicus puerum dormīre dīcit
Show me your tongue!
linguam ostende
16 terms
Lingua Latina, Chapter 11, part 1
The hand is on the arm, the foot is on…
The eyes and ears, the nose & mouth, a…
The hair is on top of the head
The hair of men is not as long as the…
In bracchiō est manus, in crūre pēs
In capite sunt oculī et aurēs, nāsus et ōs
super caput capillus est
Capillus virōrum nōn tam longus est quam fēminārum
The hand is on the arm, the foot is on…
In bracchiō est manus, in crūre pēs
The eyes and ears, the nose & mouth, a…
In capite sunt oculī et aurēs, nāsus et ōs
13 terms
Lingua Latina Chapter 11 Vocabulary
auris, is f
caput, itis n
color, ōris m
cor, cordis n
ear
head
color
heart
auris, is f
ear
caput, itis n
head
55 terms
Lingua Latina Chapter 11 Vocabulary
gena, -ae, f.
lingua, -ae, f.
vēna, -ae, f.
bracchium, -iī, n.
cheek
tongue; language
vein
arm
gena, -ae, f.
cheek
lingua, -ae, f.
tongue; language
59 terms
latina lingua chapter 11 vocab
aeger
aegroto
appono
arcesso
sick, ill
to be sick
to place on, serve
to summon, fetch
aeger
sick, ill
aegroto
to be sick
17 terms
Chapter 11 - 12 Latina Lingua
amicitia, amicitiae f.
gloria, gloriae f.
gratia, gratiae f.
materia, materiae f.
friendship
glory
gratitude
matter, timber
amicitia, amicitiae f.
friendship
gloria, gloriae f.
glory
57 terms
Lingua Latina 1 CH 11
ōs, ōris, nt.
capillus, -ī, m.
auris, auris, f.
frōns, frontis, f.
mouth
hair
ear
forehead
ōs, ōris, nt.
mouth
capillus, -ī, m.
hair
60 terms
Lingua Latina: Capitulum Undecimum (11)
corpus
membrum
bracchium
crūs
body
limb
arm
leg
corpus
body
membrum
limb
59 terms
Lingua Latīna Chapter 11
corpus, corporis, n. 3rd
membrum, -ī, n. 2nd
bracchium, -ī, n. 2nd
crūs, crūris, n. 3rd
body
limb
arm
leg
corpus, corporis, n. 3rd
body
membrum, -ī, n. 2nd
limb
56 terms
Lingua Latina Chapter 14
quiētus, -a, -um
cubāre
vigilāre
uterque, utraque, utrumque
quiet
to lie down, rest (cubicle)
to be awake, to lie awake (vigilant)
each
quiētus, -a, -um
quiet
cubāre
to lie down, rest (cubicle)
19 terms
Chapter 1 lingua latina
Fluvius
Insula
Oppidum
Oceanus
Fluvius
Insula
36 terms
Lingua Latina Chapter 3
mamma, -ae
persōna, -ae
scaena, -ae
accūsātīvus, -ī
mommy
character, person
scene
accusative
mamma, -ae
mommy
persōna, -ae
character, person
62 terms
Lingua Latina Chapter 13
annus, -ī, m.
mēnsis, mēnsis (-ium), m.
diēs, -ēī, m.
saeculum, -ī, n.
year
month
day
century; age, generation
annus, -ī, m.
year
mēnsis, mēnsis (-ium), m.
month
38 terms
Lingua Latina Chapter 7
oculus, ī, m.
lacrima, -ae, f.
speculum, -ī, n.
ōstiārius, -ī, m.
eye
tear
mirror
doorkeeper
oculus, ī, m.
eye
lacrima, -ae, f.
tear
36 terms
Lingua Latina Chapter 4
sacculus, -ī, m.
pecūnia, -ae, f.
nummus, -ī, m.
mēnsa, -ae, f.
coin purse
money
coin
table
sacculus, -ī, m.
coin purse
pecūnia, -ae, f.
money
38 terms
Lingua Latina Chapter 8
taberna, -ae, f.
gemma, -ae, f.
margarīta, -ae, f.
tabernārius, -ī, m.
shop
gem
pearl
shopkeeper
taberna, -ae, f.
shop
gemma, -ae, f.
gem
42 terms
Lingua Latina Chapter 6
via
mūrus
porta
lectīca
road
wall
gate
litter
via
road
mūrus
wall
61 terms
Lingua Latina Chapter 10
asinus
bēstia
leō, leōnis, m.
homō, hominis, m.
donkey
beast
lion
man
asinus
donkey
bēstia
beast
42 terms
Lingua Latina Chapter 1
grammatica, -ae
insula, -ae
littera, -ae
prōvincia, -ae
grammar
island
letter
province
grammatica, -ae
grammar
insula, -ae
island
58 terms
Lingua Latina Chapter 12
frāter, frātris, m.
soror, sorōris, f.
nōmen, nōminis, n.
praenōmen, praenōminis, n.
brother
sister
tribe name
personal name
frāter, frātris, m.
brother
soror, sorōris, f.
sister
35 terms
Lingua Latina Chapter 2
ancilla, -ae, f.
domina, -ae, f.
familia, -ae, f.
fēmina, -ae, f.
female slave
mistress
family (household)
woman
ancilla, -ae, f.
female slave
domina, -ae, f.
mistress
42 terms
Lingua Latina III Verbs
Probo
probas
probat
probamus
I test
you test
he tests
we test
Probo
I test
probas
you test
27 terms
Lingua Latina 1: Vocabulary Chapter 11 (p. 79)
Via Appia
vilicus, ī
dominus, ī
absum, abesse
the Appian Way
overseer, farm manager
master
to be away, to be absent
Via Appia
the Appian Way
vilicus, ī
overseer, farm manager
42 terms
Lingua Latina III Verbs
Probo
probas
probat
probamus
I test
you test
he tests
we test
Probo
I test
probas
you test
31 terms
Lingua Latina Chapter 24
latus
sonus
strepitus
dolor
side
sound
noise
pain, sorrow
latus
side
sonus
sound
49 terms
Lingua Latina, Chapter 19
uxor, uxōris, f.
marītus, -ī, m.
columna, -ae, f.
signum, -ī, n.
wife
husband
column
statue, sign, seal
uxor, uxōris, f.
wife
marītus, -ī, m.
husband
13 terms
Lingua Latina, Chapter 9
99 sheep
The dog gets his food from the shepherd
Between the mountains there are valleys
For a wolf eats... Sheep
Ūndēcentum ovēs
Canis ā pāstōre cibum accipit
Inter montes aunt vallēs
Nam lupus ovēs ēst
99 sheep
Ūndēcentum ovēs
The dog gets his food from the shepherd
Canis ā pāstōre cibum accipit
61 terms
Lingua Latina 1 CH 11 (RING)
corpus, corporis, nt.
membrum, -ī, nt.
bracchium, -ī, nt. (=brachium)
crūs, crūris, nt.
body
member, limb, body part
arm
leg
corpus, corporis, nt.
body
membrum, -ī, nt.
member, limb, body part
26 terms
Lingua Latina Chapter 5
villa, -ae
hortus, -ī
rosa, -ae
lilium, -ī
farmhouse
garden
rose
lily
villa, -ae
farmhouse
hortus, -ī
garden
16 terms
Lingua Latina, Chapter 10
the wolf and the Lion eat other animals
Birds fly in the air, fish swim in the…
A bird who flies moves his wings
A fish, who swims, moves his tail
Lupus et Leō aliās bēstiās edunt
Avēs in āere volant, piscēs in aquā natant
Avis, quae volat, ālās movet
Piscis, quī natat, caudam movet
the wolf and the Lion eat other animals
Lupus et Leō aliās bēstiās edunt
Birds fly in the air, fish swim in the…
Avēs in āere volant, piscēs in aquā natant
16 terms
Lingua Latina, Chapter 15
The school for boys over there
That is how a strict teacher usually p…
Students are people who go to school
Sextus, who gets to school before Marc…
illīc est lūdus puerōrum
eō modō magister sevērus discipulōs improbōs punīre solet
Discipulī sunt quī in lūdum eunt
Sextus, quī ad lūdum ante Mārcum et Titum advenit, prīmus lūd…
The school for boys over there
illīc est lūdus puerōrum
That is how a strict teacher usually p…
eō modō magister sevērus discipulōs improbōs punīre solet
66 terms
Lingua Latina Chapter 13
n1. forma, -ae
n1. hora, -ae
n1. kalendae, -arum (pl.)
n1. luna, -ae
form, shape, figure
hour
the 1st of the month
moon
n1. forma, -ae
form, shape, figure
n1. hora, -ae
hour
26 terms
Lingua Latina Chapter 1
īnsula, -ae, f.
littera, -ae, f.
prōvincia, -ae, f.
fluvius, -ī, m.
island
letter
province
river
īnsula, -ae, f.
island
littera, -ae, f.
letter
58 terms
Chapter 10 Lingua Latina
n1. ala, -ae
n1. anima, -ae
n1. aquila, -ae
n1. bestia, -ae
wing
breath, life, soul
eagle
beast, animal
n1. ala, -ae
wing
n1. anima, -ae
breath, life, soul
14 terms
Lingua Latina, Chapter 7
ante ōstium vīllae
rōsam ante nāsum tenet
speculum sumit
Estne foedus nāsus meus?
in front of the door of the villa
She is holding the rose in front of her nose
She picks up a mirror
Is my nose ugly?
ante ōstium vīllae
in front of the door of the villa
rōsam ante nāsum tenet
She is holding the rose in front of her nose
28 terms
Lingua Latina, Chapter 8
Someone who owns a shop is called a sh…
Albinus sells gemstones and pearls
Gemstones & pearls are called jewely
Many women stop in front of Albinus' s…
quī tabernam habet tabernārius est.
Albīnus gemmās et margarītās vēndit
Gemmae et margarītae sunt ōrnāmenta
Multae fēminae ante tabernam Albīnī cōnsistunt
Someone who owns a shop is called a sh…
quī tabernam habet tabernārius est.
Albinus sells gemstones and pearls
Albīnus gemmās et margarītās vēndit
37 terms
Lingua Latina Chapter 5
vīlla
hortus
rosa
līlium
country house
garden
rose
lily
vīlla
country house
hortus
garden
51 terms
Lingua Latina Chapter 9
n1. herba, -ae
n1. silva, -ae
n1. terra, -ae
n1. umbra, -ae
grass, herb
wood, forest
earth, ground, country
shade, shadow
n1. herba, -ae
grass, herb
n1. silva, -ae
wood, forest
38 terms
Lingua Latina Chapter 15
schola
magister
metuere
sevērus, -a, -um
school (scholar)
teacher (master)
to fear, to respect
severe, mean, strict (severe)
schola
school (scholar)
magister
teacher (master)
25 terms
Lingua Latina Chapter 2
ancilla, -ae, f.
domina, -ae, f.
famīlia, -ae, f.
fēmina, -ae, f.
female slave, servant
mistress
domestic staff, family
woman
ancilla, -ae, f.
female slave, servant
domina, -ae, f.
mistress
27 terms
Lingua Latina Chapter 3
laetus, -a, -um
īrātus, - a, -um
probus, -a, -um
improbus, -a, -um
happy
angry
good, proper
bad, improper
laetus, -a, -um
happy
īrātus, - a, -um
angry
15 terms
Lingua Latina, Chapter 17
In our school, students don't learn a…
Someone who eats only a little, or not…
Each one stands happily in front of th…
First, count from 5 to 100
In lūdō nostrō, ante nonum annum Discipulī lenguārum aliēnāru…
quī paulum vel nihil cibī ēst aegrotat
Laetus stat ante suam quisque iānuam
prīmum, numera ā quīnque usque ad centum
In our school, students don't learn a…
In lūdō nostrō, ante nonum annum Discipulī lenguārum aliēnāru…
Someone who eats only a little, or not…
quī paulum vel nihil cibī ēst aegrotat
36 terms
Lingua Latina Chapter 8
n. gemma, -ae
n. linea, -ae
n. margarita, -ae
n. taberna, -ae
precious stone, jewel
string, line
pearl
shop, stall
n. gemma, -ae
precious stone, jewel
n. linea, -ae
string, line
43 terms
Lingua Latina 1 - Chapter 1
grammatica, -ae, f.
īnsula, -ae, f.
littera, -ae, f.
prōvincia, -ae, f.
grammar
island
letter
province
grammatica, -ae, f.
grammar
īnsula, -ae, f.
island
41 terms
Lingua Latina Chapter XVI
Nāvis
portus
Locus
Ōra
[(n.) 3rd declension, feminine] ship
[(n.) 4th declension, masculine] gate, harbor
[(n.) 2nd declension, masculine] location, place
[(n.) 1st declension, feminine] shore, coast
Nāvis
[(n.) 3rd declension, feminine] ship
portus
[(n.) 4th declension, masculine] gate, harbor
lingua latina verbs
amo-amavi-amatum-amare
audio-audīvi-audītum-audīre
clamo-clamāvi-clamātum-clamāre
debeo-debui-debitum-debēre
любить
слушать
кричать, провозглашать
быть должным
amo-amavi-amatum-amare
любить
audio-audīvi-audītum-audīre
слушать
123 terms
Lingua Latina 10-11
donkey
lion
beast
man, person
asinus, -ī, m.
leō, leōnis, m.
bēstia, -ae, f.
homō, hominis, m./f.
donkey
asinus, -ī, m.
lion
leō, leōnis, m.
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