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Course Definitions for Latin
Linguistics
Sententia
Declension
Conjugation
the science of language
an opinion, thought or idea
a group of nouns that follow the same or similar pattern
a group of verbs that follow the same or similar pattern
Linguistics
the science of language
Sententia
an opinion, thought or idea
22 terms
Oxford Latin Course Ch. 18 Just definitions
absum,
fleō,
studeō,
discō,
I am away from
I weep
I study
I learn
absum,
I am away from
fleō,
I weep
31 terms
Latin 1 course terms
grammatica
ludi
silentio, omnes
officia
grammar
games
silence everyone
(n.) : duty/business
grammatica
grammar
ludi
games
17 terms
Oxford Latin Course, Chapter 36, deponent verbs (just definitions)
conōr,
cōnsōlor,
moror,
vereor,
I try
I comfort
I delay
I fear
conōr,
I try
cōnsōlor,
I comfort
11 terms
Oxford Latin Course Chapter 17, part 1 just definitions
superō,
discēdō,
legō,
crēdō,
to overcome
to go away, depart
to read
to believe, trust [+dat.]
superō,
to overcome
discēdō,
to go away, depart
15 terms
Oxford Latin Course Chapter 17, part 2 just definitions
hōra,
pecūnia,
dīvitiae,
candidātus, ī (m)
hour
money
riches
candidate
hōra,
hour
pecūnia,
money
20 terms
Oxford Latin Course, Chapter 35--just definitions for games
cessō,
postulō,
vetō,
pūniō,
idle, linger
demand
vetāre, vetuī, vetitum forbid, order not to
pūnīre, pūnīvī, pūnītum punish
cessō,
idle, linger
postulō,
demand
26 terms
Biology Terms and Definitions (513 Course)
Nutrition
Respiration
Transport
Ingestion
Taking in food/nutrients to utilize as a source of energy.
Conversion of nutrients into A.T.P or energy. Performed by th…
Circulation of materials throughout an organism via the circu…
Taking in food.
Nutrition
Taking in food/nutrients to utilize as a source of energy.
Respiration
Conversion of nutrients into A.T.P or energy. Performed by th…
10 terms
Oxford Latin Course, Chapter 36 just definitions for games
cēlō,
prohibeō,
coniungō,
dēsinō,
hide
prevent
join
cease
cēlō,
hide
prohibeō,
prevent
25 terms
APUSH Course Notes Terms and Definitions
Federal Housing Authority
Herbert Hoover
Hawley-Smoot Tariff
Black Tuesday
Established by FDR during the depression in order to provide…
He was the head of the Food Administration during World War I…
Began as a protective measure to assist farmers, but turned o…
It occurred on October 29, 1929, when 16,410,030 shares of st…
Federal Housing Authority
Established by FDR during the depression in order to provide…
Herbert Hoover
He was the head of the Food Administration during World War I…
12 terms
Oxford Latin Course, Chapter 20, part 1 (just definitions for games)
appellō,
recitō,
poēta,
grātiae,
call (by name)
recite, read aloud
poet
thanks
appellō,
call (by name)
recitō,
recite, read aloud
13 terms
Oxford Latin Course, Chapter 20, part 2 (just definitions for games)
rīdeō,
induō,
intellegō,
manus,
I laugh
I put on
I understand
hand
rīdeō,
I laugh
induō,
I put on
15 terms
Oxford Latin Course, Book 3, Chapter 34--Just definitions for games
dubitō
occidō
dēspiciō
prōspiciō
doubt, hesitate
fall, die, I set (of sun)
look down on
look out at
dubitō
doubt, hesitate
occidō
fall, die, I set (of sun)
9 terms
Oxford Latin Course Ch. 19 part 2 (just definitions for games)
aperiō,
apertus,
vacuus,
difficilis,
I open
open (adjective)
empty
difficult
aperiō,
I open
apertus,
open (adjective)
181 terms
Latin 1 Terms and Definitions
amicus, amici (m)
Italia, Italiae
ambulare
amica, amicae (f)
friend
Italy
to walk
friend
amicus, amici (m)
friend
Italia, Italiae
Italy
25 terms
Oxford Latin Course Ch. 19 (just definitions for games)
agō,
claudō,
cōnfectus,
invītus,
I do, drive
I shut
finished
unwilling
agō,
I do, drive
claudō,
I shut
8 terms
Oxford Latin Course, Chapter 37 (just definitions for games)
cōgitō,
praebeō,
mē praebeō
proelium committō
to think, reflect
to offer, provide
I show myself
I join in battle
cōgitō,
to think, reflect
praebeō,
to offer, provide
17 terms
Oxford Latin Course, Chapter 38b just definitions (for games)
complector,
intueor,
difficultās,
rūs,
embrace
gaze at
difficulty
the country
complector,
embrace
intueor,
gaze at
10 terms
Oxford Latin Course, Chapter 38a just definitions (for games)
cubō,
agnōscō,
prōdō,
abiciō,
lie down
recognize
I betray
I throw away
cubō,
lie down
agnōscō,
recognize
10 terms
Latin terms and definitions
Sinistrorsum vertite
Salutate
Intente
Retrorsum vertite
Turn left
Salute
Attention
About turn
Sinistrorsum vertite
Turn left
Salutate
Salute
40 terms
Yr 7 Terms and definitions for start of the course
aboriginal
aborigine
AD
afterlife
things belonging to aborigines
natives of a particular land mass
Anno Domini meaning after the birth of Jesus Christ
life after death
aboriginal
things belonging to aborigines
aborigine
natives of a particular land mass
15 terms
Latin Literary Terms and Definitions
Assonance
Tracking/Framing
Epithet
Imagery
Repetition of vowel sounds
Word order device: A1 N1 N2 A2
A term used to characterize someone
The use of descriptions to convey the meaning
Assonance
Repetition of vowel sounds
Tracking/Framing
Word order device: A1 N1 N2 A2
61 terms
Latin Mid-term definitions
Accuso
Adoro
Ambulo
Amo
To accuse
To adore
To walk
To love
Accuso
To accuse
Adoro
To adore
33 terms
Cambridge Latin Course Stage 32 Vocabulary Terms
addō
adversus
rēs adversae
aequus
ere, idi, itus; to add
a, um; hostile
f. pl.; misfortune
a, uum; calm
addō
ere, idi, itus; to add
adversus
a, um; hostile
9 terms
Latin term definitions
Nomintive
Ablative
Pluperfect
Genitive
Subject
Object of a preposition
Before the past, past, past
Possesser, of
Nomintive
Subject
Ablative
Object of a preposition
12 terms
Latin term definitions
ista,iste, istud
ille, illa, illud
Is,ea,id
hic haec hoc
near you
That (over there)
this, that
this
ista,iste, istud
near you
ille, illa, illud
That (over there)
14 terms
Latin Chapter 11 Terms and Definitions
vilicus
dominus
absum, abesse
area
overseer, farm manager
master
to be away, be absent
open space, threshing floor
vilicus
overseer, farm manager
dominus
master
97 terms
Oxford Latin Course Ch. 34 - 39 Mid-term #1 Vocabulary
dubitō, dubitāre
occidō, occedere, occidī, occāsum
dēspeciō, dēspicere, dēspexī, dēspectum
prōspiciō, prōspicere, prōspexī, prōsp…
I doubt, hesitate
I fall, die; I set (of the sun)
I look down on
I look out at
dubitō, dubitāre
I doubt, hesitate
occidō, occedere, occidī, occāsum
I fall, die; I set (of the sun)
42 terms
unit 4 - Moreland & Fleischer, Latin: An Intensive Course (Extra Definitions)
aeternus, aeterna, aeternum
ago, agere, egi, actus
altus, alta, altum
amicus, amica, amicum
eternal
do, drive, discuss, spend(time), conduct
high, tall, deep
friendly (+dat)
aeternus, aeterna, aeternum
eternal
ago, agere, egi, actus
do, drive, discuss, spend(time), conduct
40 terms
unit 1 - Moreland & Fleischer, Latin: An Intensive Course (Extra Definitions)
ambulo, ambulare, ambulavi, ambulatus
aqua, aquae, F
clamo, clamare, clamavi, clamatus
corona, coronae, F.
walk
water
shout
crown, wreath
ambulo, ambulare, ambulavi, ambulatus
walk
aqua, aquae, F
water
47 terms
unit 2 - Moreland & Fleischer, Latin: An Intensive Course (Extra Definitions)
a/ab
ad
anima, animae, F
ara, arae, F
(away) from; by (only with living beings)
to, toward
soul, spirit, life force
altar
a/ab
(away) from; by (only with living beings)
ad
to, toward
25 terms
Unit 12 Latin Terms and Definitions
an
ab
mel
aden
without
away
song
gland
an
without
ab
away
10 terms
Terms = Latin Roots and Definitions = Meanings
Auto
Hypo
Syn, Sym
Thesis
Self
Under
Together or With
Setting down
Auto
Self
Hypo
Under
21 terms
latin Ex. 172 terms and Definitions
seape
muniunt
eorem
audisne
often
to cunstruct
me, i
to hear
seape
often
muniunt
to cunstruct
112 terms
Oxford Latin Course 4-6 Terms
Curat
accedit
procedit
dormit
to care for
to approach
to proceed, to go forward
sleep
Curat
to care for
accedit
to approach
21 terms
Cambridge Latin Course Stage 33 Vocabulary Terms
acriter
at
brevis
certo
keenly, fiercly
but
is, is, e; short, brief
are, avi; compete
acriter
keenly, fiercly
at
but
227 terms
Oxford Latin Course Ch. 17 - 27 Mid-term #2 Vocabulary
sum, esse, fuī... imperfect: eram
superō, superāre, superāvī
discēdō, discēdere, discessī
legō, legere, lēgī
I am
I overcome
I go away, depart
I read
sum, esse, fuī... imperfect: eram
I am
superō, superāre, superāvī
I overcome
11 terms
Cambridge Latin Course Stage 31 Vocabulary Terms
altus
angustus
catena
cliens
altus, alta, altum; high, deep
angustus, angusta, angustum; narrow
catena, catenae, f.; chain
cliens, clientis, m.; client
altus
altus, alta, altum; high, deep
angustus
angustus, angusta, angustum; narrow
33 terms
Greek and Latin Roots (term and definition)
A
Amphi
Anti
Anthrop
Not, without
Both
Against, not
Mankind
A
Not, without
Amphi
Both
26 terms
Latin poetry literary terms definitions
Alliteration
Anaphora
anastrophe
apostrophe
repetition of the same letter at the beginning of word or syl…
the repetition of a word or phrase for emphasis
inversion of usual word order
addressing a person who is not there
Alliteration
repetition of the same letter at the beginning of word or syl…
Anaphora
the repetition of a word or phrase for emphasis
44 terms
unit 3 - Moreland & Fleischer, Latin: An Intensive Course (Extra Definitions)
acerbus, acerba, acerbum
ager, agri, M
audio, audire, audivi, auditus
bellum, belli, N
bitter, harsh
field
hear, listen (to)
war
acerbus, acerba, acerbum
bitter, harsh
ager, agri, M
field
88 terms
Latin Intensive Course: Definitions & Principal Parts of Verbs Units 1-8
do, drive, discuss, spend (time), cond…
walk
hear, listen (to)
take, capture
agō, agere, ēgī, actus... ... (3rd Conjugation)
ambulō, ambulāre, ambulavī, ambulātus... ... (1st Conjugation)
audiō, audīre, auīvī, audītus... ... (4th conjugation)
capiō, capere, cēpī, captus... ... (3rd conjugation)
do, drive, discuss, spend (time), cond…
agō, agere, ēgī, actus... ... (3rd Conjugation)
walk
ambulō, ambulāre, ambulavī, ambulātus... ... (1st Conjugation)
66 terms
Latin 1: Final; term definitions
doctus, -a, -um
per (prep. + acc)
contrā (prep. + acc)
propter (prep. + acc)
taught, learned
through; by
against
because of
doctus, -a, -um
taught, learned
per (prep. + acc)
through; by
English Latin Roots Terms- Definitions
incorruptible
rupture
disrupt
patricide
can't be destroyed or spoiled
the act of breaking or bursting
to break apart or split up
the act of murdering one's father
incorruptible
can't be destroyed or spoiled
rupture
the act of breaking or bursting
11 terms
Greek and Latin Terms/Definitions (11 words) 2
Proffer
Proliferate
Exonerate
Culpable
to present or offer
to increase greatly in number; multiply
to prove not guilty
deserving blame
Proffer
to present or offer
Proliferate
to increase greatly in number; multiply
16 terms
Oxford Latin Course, Chapter 39 (just definitions for games) Question words added
adimō,
nesciō,
queror,
paupertās,
I take away
I do not know
I complain
poverty
adimō,
I take away
nesciō,
I do not know
10 terms
Greek and Latin Week #4 (Terms and definitions)
Ive
Itis
Ic, ine, al
Ia, sis, osis
Of, belonging to, having the nature of
Disease, inflammation
Like, having the nature of
State of, condition of, action of
Ive
Of, belonging to, having the nature of
Itis
Disease, inflammation
10 terms
Greek and Latin Week 6 (Terms and Definitions)
Fore, pre
Circum, peri
Semi
Metr, meter
In front of, before
Around, on all sides
Half
Measure
Fore, pre
In front of, before
Circum, peri
Around, on all sides
10 terms
Greek and Latin Week 5 (Terms and Definitions)
Cephal, cap
Cardi(o), cor
Bronch(o)
Astr(o), stell
Head
Heart
Windpipe
Star
Cephal, cap
Head
Cardi(o), cor
Heart
10 terms
Greek and Latin Week 9 (Terms and Definitions)
Crac
co, con, com, syn, sym
eer, or, yer, er, ist
(k)chrom(o)
Rule
Together
Someone who, something that
Color
Crac
Rule
co, con, com, syn, sym
Together
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