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24 terms
Vergil Vocab Column 4
fuga
fugiō
fundō
furō
fugae f.... flight, haste, exile, speed
fugere, fūgī... flee (from), escape, shun
fundere, fūdī, fūsus... pour (out), shed; lay low, slay, rout;…
furere, feruī... rage, rave, be frantic
fuga
fugae f.... flight, haste, exile, speed
fugiō
fugere, fūgī... flee (from), escape, shun
31 terms
Vergil column 4
Iam
Ille illa iilud
Immānis e
Imperium imperiī n
Now
That
Huge
Power
Iam
Now
Ille illa iilud
That
51 terms
Vergil Vocabulary Columns 3 & 4
Do, dare, dedi, datus
Domus, us
Donum, i
Duco, ere, duxi, ductus
To grant
Abode
Offering
To produce
Do, dare, dedi, datus
To grant
Domus, us
Abode
38 terms
Vergil HFV (Columns 3&4)
facio
finis
flamma
fluctus
make
end
flame
wave
facio
make
finis
end
147 terms
Latin 4 Vergil Vocab
cano, canere, cecini, cantus
ora, orae
profugus, profuga, profugum
Lavinius, Lavinia, Lavinium
to sing
shore (f.)
exiled
Lavinian, Italian
cano, canere, cecini, cantus
to sing
ora, orae
shore (f.)
20 terms
Latin Vergil vocab 4
Obduro
Obitus
Occido, occasum
Occido, occisum
To endure
Death/funeral
To fall
To kill
Obduro
To endure
Obitus
Death/funeral
10 terms
Latin IV Vocabulary Set #4 (Vergil)
altus, -a, -um
animus, -i; m.
arma, -orum, n. pl.
deus, -i, m.
High, lofty; deep, profound; as a noun = the sea
soul, spirit; heart; courage
arm, weapons
god, deity
altus, -a, -um
High, lofty; deep, profound; as a noun = the sea
animus, -i; m.
soul, spirit; heart; courage
17 terms
Vergil Vocab 2 (Latin 4)
uro, urere, ussi, ustum
admoneo (2)
fundo, funere, fudi, fusum
nato (1)
to burn
to advise
to pour
to swim
uro, urere, ussi, ustum
to burn
admoneo (2)
to advise
20 terms
Vergil Vocab book 4 columns 5/6
Adsiduus
Castigo
Cumulo
Disino
Constant, unceasing
To punish, reprove, chastise
To heap up, pile high
To cease, desist
Adsiduus
Constant, unceasing
Castigo
To punish, reprove, chastise
28 terms
Latin Vergil pg 2&4
cano canere cecini cantum
profugus,-a,-um
iactō, iactare
altum,-ī (n)
To sing of
exiled, an exile
to toss
the deep (sea)
cano canere cecini cantum
To sing of
profugus,-a,-um
exiled, an exile
72 terms
Latin Vergil vocab 3-4
dolor doloris (m)
dolus, -i (m)
dulcis, dulce
durus, a, um
pain
trick
sweet
harsh
dolor doloris (m)
pain
dolus, -i (m)
trick
20 terms
Latin 4 Vocab 11 (Vergil)
Aeger, aegra, aegrum
incipio, incipere, incepi, inceptus
maestus, a, um
adsum, adesse, adfui, afuturus
sick, weary, sad
to begin
sad
to be present
Aeger, aegra, aegrum
sick, weary, sad
incipio, incipere, incepi, inceptus
to begin
20 terms
Latin 4 Vergil Vocab 12
Obstipesco, obstipescere, obstipui
Subeo, subere, subivi, subiturus
Aequaevus, a, um
Imago, imagines, f
To be amazed
To approach
Equal in age, contemporary of
Image
Obstipesco, obstipescere, obstipui
To be amazed
Subeo, subere, subivi, subiturus
To approach
60 terms
Latin Vergil vocab 3-4
Aether
Aperio
Asto
Audio
Upper air, sky
To open, disclose
To stand
To hear
Aether
Upper air, sky
Aperio
To open, disclose
60 terms
Latin Vergil Vocab 4.08
Achilles, is m.
Adeo, ire, ii, itus
aes, aeris n.
Albanus, a, um
Greek Leader
approach, encounter
bronze
Alban, of Alba Longa
Achilles, is m.
Greek Leader
Adeo, ire, ii, itus
approach, encounter
LATIN 4 VERGIL AENID 2
Sollemnis
Taurus
Mactare
Geminus
Annual, customary, solemn
Bull
Sacrifice, slay
Twin, double, two
Sollemnis
Annual, customary, solemn
Taurus
Bull
80 terms
Latin vocab Vergil book 4
Acquiro
Auris
Cunctor
Dignor
To gain, acquire
Ear
To delay, linger, wait
To deem worthy
Acquiro
To gain, acquire
Auris
Ear
22 terms
Latin Test Vergil (4/11)
Ovid and Vergil make up the ____ age o…
When was Ides of March and what was it?
What happened during 44 BC - 31 BC
Who is the eventual victor?
Golden
44 BC / Julius Caesar is murdered
long series of bloody civil wars
Octavian, Caesar's nephew
Ovid and Vergil make up the ____ age o…
Golden
When was Ides of March and what was it?
44 BC / Julius Caesar is murdered
30 terms
4/11 vergil latin test
What/When is the Ides of March
What happened 44-31 BC; who won?
What name did Octavian take // what do…
Although Augustus claims that the Roma…
when Julius Caesar was murdered, 44 BC
long, bloody civil wars, Octavian (Caesar's nephew)
Augustus // revered one
autocrat; the Roman Empire
What/When is the Ides of March
when Julius Caesar was murdered, 44 BC
What happened 44-31 BC; who won?
long, bloody civil wars, Octavian (Caesar's nephew)
177 terms
Latin 4 Vergil Vocab Lists 1-8
fero, ferre, tuli, latum
effero, efferre, extuli, elatum
defero, deferre, detuli, delatum
refero, referre, rettuli, relatum
bear (carry, say)
bring out (lift up)
bring down (report)
bring back (report)
fero, ferre, tuli, latum
bear (carry, say)
effero, efferre, extuli, elatum
bring out (lift up)
25 terms
AP Latin Vergil vocab 4/27
Ales itis m
Arceo ere ui
Ardeo ere arsi arsum
Avaritia ae f
Winged creature
Enclose, keep off
Burn
Greed
Ales itis m
Winged creature
Arceo ere ui
Enclose, keep off
31 terms
AP Latin Vergil Vocabulary - Set 4 - per - terra
per + acc
petō, petere, petīvī, petītus
possum, posse, potuī
Priamus, -ī, m.
through, along, over
to seek, look for, attack, aim at
to be able
Priam (king of Troy)
per + acc
through, along, over
petō, petere, petīvī, petītus
to seek, look for, attack, aim at
24 terms
Briarcrest AP Latin 4 Vergil list 4
immanis e
imperium i, n
imus a um
infelix icis
huge, monstrous
command, power
superl. of inferus: lowest
unfortunate, accursed
immanis e
huge, monstrous
imperium i, n
command, power
59 terms
Latin 4 Vergil Reading 4 Vocabulary
Pelides, Pelidae
genitor, genitoris
ille, illa, illud
tristis, triste
descendant of Peleus, Achilles (m.)
father (m.)
that, he, she, it
sad
Pelides, Pelidae
descendant of Peleus, Achilles (m.)
genitor, genitoris
father (m.)
18 terms
AP Latin - Vergil Vocabulary List 4
nimbus, -i, m.
umidus/a/um
indomitus/a/um
quatio, -ere, quassus
cloud
wet
uncontrolled
to shake
nimbus, -i, m.
cloud
umidus/a/um
wet
24 terms
Briarcrest latin 4 Vergil vocab set 2
casus ūs m
cerno, ēre, crevi, cretus
circum + acc
clamor oris m
Chance
Discern, perceive
Around
Shout
casus ūs m
Chance
cerno, ēre, crevi, cretus
Discern, perceive
18 terms
AP Latin - Vergil Vocabulary List 4
nimbus, -i, m.
umidus/a/um
indomitus/a/um
quatio, -ere, quassus
cloud
wet
uncontrolled
to shake
nimbus, -i, m.
cloud
umidus/a/um
wet
26 terms
Latin Vocab Column 4
fuga, ae
fugiō, ere, fūgī
fundō, ere, fūdī, fūsus
futūrus, a um
f. flight
flee
pour out
future
fuga, ae
f. flight
fugiō, ere, fūgī
flee
36 terms
Latin Vocab Column 4
ille, la, lud
immanue, e
imperium, i
imus, a, um
that
huge
neut.... command
very low
ille, la, lud
that
immanue, e
huge
36 terms
latin column 4
ille la lud
immanis e
imperium (i)i
imus a um
that, he she it
huge
command
superlative of infernus
ille la lud
that, he she it
immanis e
huge
62 terms
Latin column 4
hortus
hostis
iaceo, iacere, iacui
iacio, iacere, ieci, iactus
garden
enemy
to lie
to throw
hortus
garden
hostis
enemy
50 terms
Latin 4 Vergil Reading 3 Vocabulary
sors, sortis
sacerdos, sacerdotis
sollemnis, sollemne
taurus, tauri
lot, fate, destiny (f.)
priest (m.)
annual, solemn
bull (m.)
sors, sortis
lot, fate, destiny (f.)
sacerdos, sacerdotis
priest (m.)
64 terms
Latin 4 Vergil Reading 2 Vocabulary
miror, mirari, miratus sum
moles, molis
magalia, magalium
quondam
to wonder at, admire
mass, burden (f.)
huts, hovels (n. pl.)
once
miror, mirari, miratus sum
to wonder at, admire
moles, molis
mass, burden (f.)
75 terms
Latin 4 Vergil Reading 6 Vocab
-que
alius, alia, aliud
aura, aurae
caelum, caeli
and
love (m.)
breeze (f.)
sky, heaven (n.)
-que
and
alius, alia, aliud
love (m.)
71 terms
Latin Vocab column 4
In (+acc.)
Incola
Ineo
Inire
Into
Inhabitant
I go in
To go in
In (+acc.)
Into
Incola
Inhabitant
19 terms
Latin Roots column 4
Drome
Duc, duct
Dura
Dynam
Run, step
Lead
Hard, lasting
Power
Drome
Run, step
Duc, duct
Lead
96 terms
Latin 4 Vergil Reading 5 Vocabulary
dico, dicere, dixi, dictum
moenia, moenium
clarior
ignis, ignis
to say
walls (n.)
clearer
fire (m.)
dico, dicere, dixi, dictum
to say
moenia, moenium
walls (n.)
27 terms
Briarcrest AP Latin 4 Vergil vocab 3
euntis, i, em, e, es, ium, ibus
fama ae f
fare, fari; fatur; fatus, a, um
fatum i n.
go, going
report, reputation
speak, say ( from for )
Destiny, fate
euntis, i, em, e, es, ium, ibus
go, going
fama ae f
report, reputation
36 terms
Latin 3 Column 4
itaque
iter, itineris
iubeo, -ēre
laboro, -are
and so
journey
order
work
itaque
and so
iter, itineris
journey
23 terms
briarcrest ap latin 4 vergil vocab 8
saxum i n
sedes is f
sequor i secutus
servo (1)
crag cliff reef rock
abode, habitation, bottom, tomb, shrine
attend follow pursue
watch, save, guard, keep
saxum i n
crag cliff reef rock
sedes is f
abode, habitation, bottom, tomb, shrine
36 terms
Latin 4 Vergil's Orpheus and Euridice Vocab
pedem referre
casus
evado
reddo
to retrace his steps
misfortune
to escape
to return
pedem referre
to retrace his steps
casus
misfortune
32 terms
Vergil List 4 Bannard Latin 3
ille, illa, illud
immanis, -e
imperium, -i, n.
imus, -a, -um
that famous; he, she, it
huge, monstrous
command, power, rule
lowest, bottom of
ille, illa, illud
that famous; he, she, it
immanis, -e
huge, monstrous
18 terms
Latin: Vergil Names Vocabulary (2-4-15)
Aeneas, father of the Roman people
Wife of Aeneas
Son of Aeneas
Another name for Ascanius (it's from I…
Aeneas, Aeneae (-ae, -an, -a)
Cruesa, -ae, f.
Ascanius, Ascani(i), m.
Iulius, Iuli, m.
Aeneas, father of the Roman people
Aeneas, Aeneae (-ae, -an, -a)
Wife of Aeneas
Cruesa, -ae, f.
90 terms
Latin Words Column 4
phleb-
Phlebotomy
-phobia
Hydrophobia
Vein
Incision into a vein
Fear
Fear of water
phleb-
Vein
Phlebotomy
Incision into a vein
15 terms
Latin Column 4 Verbs
Pono
Porto
Possum
Premo
Ponere, posuī, positum- to put
Portare, portavī, portatum- to carry
Posse, potuī- to be able
Premere, pressī, pressum- to oppress/overwhelm
Pono
Ponere, posuī, positum- to put
Porto
Portare, portavī, portatum- to carry
22 terms
Latin Column 4
petere
plaudere
potrāre
postulāre
to attack, seek, or beg
to applaud
to carry
to demand
petere
to attack, seek, or beg
plaudere
to applaud
46 terms
Latin column 4
Summus
Stultus
Totus
Difficilis
Highest
Stupid
Whole
Difficult
Summus
Highest
Stultus
Stupid
45 terms
Latin Column 4
in
incola
ineo
ingens
into, onto
inhabitant
I go in, enter
huge
in
into, onto
incola
inhabitant
49 terms
Latin Vocab Column 4
I
horse
and
even
ego
equus
et
etaim
I
ego
horse
equus
15 terms
Latin column 4
Oculus, oculi
Palus, pali
Pars, partis
Pater, patris
Eye m
Stake m
Part f
Father m
Oculus, oculi
Eye m
Palus, pali
Stake m
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