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40 terms
English 12 Hamlet Vocab
Abate
Abridgement
Adulturate
Afoot
to reduce in amount, degree, or severity
a shortened version of a written work
To make impure
In progress.
Abate
to reduce in amount, degree, or severity
Abridgement
a shortened version of a written work
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English 12 Hamlet Vocabulary
avouch
buffet
callow
calumny
to assert
a hit, a slap, a blow
without experience, immature, lacking sophistication
a slanderous accusation
avouch
to assert
buffet
a hit, a slap, a blow
30 terms
English 12 Hamlet Ser
Usurp
Moiety
Harbinger
Partisan
To take over by force without authority
One of two basic subdivisions of a tribe
Something indicating an approach of something or someone
The pike of a long tapering blade
Usurp
To take over by force without authority
Moiety
One of two basic subdivisions of a tribe
23 terms
Hamlet English 12
Herald
Circumscribe
Mettle
Usurp
To announce the approach of; proclaim
To keep within bounds; confine; restrict
Toughness of character; courage
To take and hold (a right, position, office, or the like) ill…
Herald
To announce the approach of; proclaim
Circumscribe
To keep within bounds; confine; restrict
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English 12 Vocabulary Hamlet
discord
kin
convey
craven
(noun) disagreement; difference of opinion.
(noun) family relationship
(verb) transport or carry to a place
(adj) lacking in courage; coward
discord
(noun) disagreement; difference of opinion.
kin
(noun) family relationship
32 terms
English 12 Hamlet Vocab
usurp
auspicious
obsequious
retrograde
verb; to seize and hold by force or without legal right
adj; promising success; favorable
adj; characterized by or showing servile complaisance or defe…
adj; moving backward; having a backward motion or direction;…
usurp
verb; to seize and hold by force or without legal right
auspicious
adj; promising success; favorable
25 terms
English 12 Hamlet Vocabulary
Incensed
perusal
Diligent
impetuous
enraged
close evaluation
Conscientious, not attentive about responsibilities
spontaneous, reckless
Incensed
enraged
perusal
close evaluation
25 terms
Hamlet Vocab - English 12
Entreat
Usurp
Avouch
Mettle
v. - to beg; to ask
v. - to seize; to confiscate
v. - to certify; to confirm; to gurantee
n. - endurance; bravery
Entreat
v. - to beg; to ask
Usurp
v. - to seize; to confiscate
Hamlet English 12
"Good night sweet prince"
" The lady doth protest too much methi…
"Madness in great ones must not go unw…
"The readiness is all"
Horatio
Queen Gertrude
King Claudius
Hamlet
"Good night sweet prince"
Horatio
" The lady doth protest too much methi…
Queen Gertrude
23 terms
English 12 Hamlet Test
In Act 3 Scene 1 what does Hamlet tell…
Where does Claudius plan to send Hamlet?
Where does the play Hamlet take place?
In Act 3 Scene 2 what does Hamlet ask…
To go to a nunnery
To England
Denmark
Add some lines to their script
In Act 3 Scene 1 what does Hamlet tell…
To go to a nunnery
Where does Claudius plan to send Hamlet?
To England
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English 12 Hamlet Test
"A little more than kin, and less than…
"Frailty, thy name is woman."
"I'll speak to it though Hell itself s…
"Be thou familiar, but by no means vul…
Hamlet to self about Claudius... Even though Claudius is his unc…
Hamlet to self about Gertrude... saying women are weak
Hamlet to Horatio, Bernardo, Marcellus... Hamlet is aware that t…
Polonius to Laertes... be friendly to everyone, but be careful w…
"A little more than kin, and less than…
Hamlet to self about Claudius... Even though Claudius is his unc…
"Frailty, thy name is woman."
Hamlet to self about Gertrude... saying women are weak
15 terms
English 12 Hamlet Test
Dole
Cousin
Obsequious
Expostulate
Grief
Kinsman; relative
Dutiful
Make a speech about
Dole
Grief
Cousin
Kinsman; relative
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English 12- Hamlet Act 1 Vocab
ambiguous
assail
usurps
portentous
unclear, Uncertain
attack with blows or words
seizures; captures
ominous: threatening
ambiguous
unclear, Uncertain
assail
attack with blows or words
28 terms
English 12 - Hamlet Test Review
What term is the speech "to be or not…
What term is defined by "main characte…
What term is defined by "the opponent…
Best friend of Hamlet
soliloquy
protagonist
antagonist
Horatio
What term is the speech "to be or not…
soliloquy
What term is defined by "main characte…
protagonist
21 terms
ENG 12 ~ Hamlet Characters
King Hamlet
Prince Hamlet
Queen Gertrude
King Claudius
Father of Prince Hamlet;... appears as ghost at castle ramparts…
Prince of Denmark, son of the late King Hamlet and Queen Gert…
widow of King Hamlet, now married to King Claudius
brother to King Hamlet;... murdered King Hamlet by pouring poiso…
King Hamlet
Father of Prince Hamlet;... appears as ghost at castle ramparts…
Prince Hamlet
Prince of Denmark, son of the late King Hamlet and Queen Gert…
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English 12 Hamlet Vocab 1
usurp
emulate
compact
ratified
take a position of power illegally or by force
match a person or achievement
closely or united
sign or give a formal consent
usurp
take a position of power illegally or by force
emulate
match a person or achievement
25 terms
English 12 Hamlet 2nd Set
Paragon (n)
Savory (adj)
Consummation (n)
Pestilent (adj)
An ideal model of perfection
Appetizing, appealing, or delectable
Completion or to finalize
Disease ridden or sickening
Paragon (n)
An ideal model of perfection
Savory (adj)
Appetizing, appealing, or delectable
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English 12 Hamlet Vocab 3
prenominate
expostulate
assay
fain
previously mentioned
to make (something) illegal
determine content/quality
pleased or willing
prenominate
previously mentioned
expostulate
to make (something) illegal
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English 12 Hamlet 3rd Set
Spurns (n)
Sovereign (adj)
Pomp (n)
Capons (n)
rejections
supreme, self governing
vain display
cheap, stringy meat
Spurns (n)
rejections
Sovereign (adj)
supreme, self governing
28 terms
English 12 Hamlet Act I
Entreated
Apparition
Usurp
Portent (portentous)
beg, make request, negotiate
ghost, spirit
to take and keep in a forceful/violent way; w/o right to do so
a sign/ warning of something bad to happen
Entreated
beg, make request, negotiate
Apparition
ghost, spirit
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English 12 Hamlet Vocal 2
wassail
requite
besmirch
mirth
spiced ale
a favor/service
damage the reputation of
amusement
wassail
spiced ale
requite
a favor/service
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AP English 12 Hamlet Terms
beseech
cleave
dexterity
gall
to emplore/entreat
split/sever something along a natural grain/line
skill in performing tasks especially with hands
rude behavior; outrageous insolence
beseech
to emplore/entreat
cleave
split/sever something along a natural grain/line
51 terms
English 12 : Hamlet 51.0
Providence
Purge
Quintessence
Radiant
Foresight, care
Get rid of
Pure
Shining
Providence
Foresight, care
Purge
Get rid of
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English 12 H (hamlet 1)
ambiguous
apparition
arrant
auspicious
unclear
ghost or ghostlike image
complete; total
positive; favorable
ambiguous
unclear
apparition
ghost or ghostlike image
25 terms
English Advanced (Hamlet) Yr. 12
what is the form of 'Hamlet'?
what is the tragedy genre consist of?
what is a tragedy?
what did tragedy evolve into to become…
Senecan five act Shakespearean Tragedy
- human suffering... - death of hero who was of high status... - he…
a dramatic convention established by the Greek philosopher Ar…
Revenge or 'blood tragedy'
what is the form of 'Hamlet'?
Senecan five act Shakespearean Tragedy
what is the tragedy genre consist of?
- human suffering... - death of hero who was of high status... - he…
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IB English 12 Pomranka Hamlet Vocab
ardour
auspicious
beguile
brazen
warmth or heat of emotion... extreme intensity... intense enthusiasm
favoring or conducive to success, fortunate
to lead or draw by deception, deceive... disappoint... charm
made of brass, brass like... unabashedly frank... unscrupulous, sha…
ardour
warmth or heat of emotion... extreme intensity... intense enthusiasm
auspicious
favoring or conducive to success, fortunate
25 terms
Hamlet - Vocabulary - CEC English 11/12
harbinger
dole
cousin
obsequious
anything that foreshadows a future event
grief or sorrow; lamentation
in Shakespeare's time, used as a reference for virtually any…
obedient; dutiful
harbinger
anything that foreshadows a future event
dole
grief or sorrow; lamentation
15 terms
Hamlet - Characters CEC English 11/12
Hamlet
Claudius
The Ghost
Gertrude
Son of Hamlet and Gertrude, main character
New king of Denmark, brother of King Hamlet, killed him and m…
The ghost of King Hamlet (probably)
Mother of Hamlet
Hamlet
Son of Hamlet and Gertrude, main character
Claudius
New king of Denmark, brother of King Hamlet, killed him and m…
9 terms
Hamlet - play elements CEC English 11/12
Setting
Introduction
Conflict
Rising Action
Elsinore in Denmark
Hamlet is upset with his mother for her hasty marriage, the g…
Hamlet is unsure of his father's death, then he is driven by…
Hamlet meets the ghost, is charged with vengeance; attempts t…
Setting
Elsinore in Denmark
Introduction
Hamlet is upset with his mother for her hasty marriage, the g…
32 terms
Hamlet - Literary Terms - CEC English 11/12
drama
tragedy
comedy
tragic flaw
a story written to be performed by actors
type of drama that shows the downfall of a noble character du…
a play that shows ordinary characters in conflict with societ…
a character weakness
drama
a story written to be performed by actors
tragedy
type of drama that shows the downfall of a noble character du…
53 terms
Hamlet / William Shakespeare - Janes English 12
This play takes place in _____________…
The castle name of where Hamlet lives…
Who is Gertrude?
Who is the Ghost?
Elsinore, Denmark
Elsinore
the mother of Hamlet, wife of deceased king, currently marrie…
the brother to Claudius, deceased husband of Gertrude, father…
This play takes place in _____________…
Elsinore, Denmark
The castle name of where Hamlet lives…
Elsinore
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English 12 Hamlet Vocab #41-50
requite
pestilent
pate
prate
to return or repay
deadly or destructive
head
to talk or chatter
requite
to return or repay
pestilent
deadly or destructive
20 terms
English 12 Hamlet Vocab #21-40
chronicles
incensed
inter
importunate
a series of stories
angry, outraged
to bury
to be persistent to the point that you're being annoying
chronicles
a series of stories
incensed
angry, outraged
25 terms
English 12 Hamlet, Acts 1-3
apparition
arrant
brazen
brevity
a ghost or illusion
"of the worst kind"
showing contemptuous boldness; acting with open and shameless…
shortness of time, "briefness"
apparition
a ghost or illusion
arrant
"of the worst kind"
25 terms
English lecture Hamlet 12/2/16
what is the seoncond most written abou…
what is the text the we read today of…
what parts have been change in the pla…
do we know the origin of hamlet
Hamlet
combinations of sever texts that have been heavily edited
the collation, spelling, and stage directions
No we do not
what is the seoncond most written abou…
Hamlet
what is the text the we read today of…
combinations of sever texts that have been heavily edited
12 terms
Hamlet--English
Hamlet
Claudius
Polonius
Gertrude
Prince of Denmark... upset with his mother for remarrying Claudi…
uncle of Hamlet... kills Hamlet's father... marries Hamlet's mother…
advisor to Claudius... the fool of the play... gives good advice bu…
mother of Hamlet... remarries to Claudius
Hamlet
Prince of Denmark... upset with his mother for remarrying Claudi…
Claudius
uncle of Hamlet... kills Hamlet's father... marries Hamlet's mother…
9 terms
English hamlet quiz 12/5/16
Ghost
Hamlet
Queen Gertrude
Claudius
King hamlet. Back from the dead to fix his sin- made a deal w…
Main character- son of queen hamlet and queen Gertrude. Nephe…
Queen of Denmark formerly married to king hamlet now married…
Brother of king hamlet, uncle of hamlet. New king of Denmark.…
Ghost
King hamlet. Back from the dead to fix his sin- made a deal w…
Hamlet
Main character- son of queen hamlet and queen Gertrude. Nephe…
26 terms
English Hamlet
Entreat
Apparition
Privy
Coronation
To beg
A ghostly figure
Being made a participant in something secret
An act of crowning a leader
Entreat
To beg
Apparition
A ghostly figure
15 terms
Eng 12 Hamlet Act 2
adheres
afflict
brevity
discretion
sticks; attaches
hurt, torment
economy, conciseness
carefulness, caution
adheres
sticks; attaches
afflict
hurt, torment
15 terms
PPHS English 10 Hamlet Vocabulary
ambiguous
assail
auspicious
contrive
unclear; uncertain
attack with blows or words
favorable or well-timed
invent or design
ambiguous
unclear; uncertain
assail
attack with blows or words
34 terms
English : Hamlet
Apparition
Avouch
Dirge
Emulate
A ghost or spirit of a dead person
To assert
Song or sorrow for the dead
To surpass typically by imitation
Apparition
A ghost or spirit of a dead person
Avouch
To assert
17 terms
English Hamlet
Sonnets
Iambic Pentameter
Quatrain
Shakespeare's Quatrains
14 lines, iambic pentameter, rhyme scheme
Five metrical feet of unstressed then stressed syllables
Group of 4 lines in poetry usually seen as a stanza or closel…
1- poses a problem or question ... 2-expands problem or question…
Sonnets
14 lines, iambic pentameter, rhyme scheme
Iambic Pentameter
Five metrical feet of unstressed then stressed syllables
32 terms
English Hamlet
The curtain opens on what setting? (pl…
Why was Francisco happy to see Bernardo?
Why has Marcellus begged Horatio to jo…
What does the ghost look like?
Elinore Castle in Denmark at midnight.
He was scared.
They have something shocking to show him.
The dead King.
The curtain opens on what setting? (pl…
Elinore Castle in Denmark at midnight.
Why was Francisco happy to see Bernardo?
He was scared.
24 terms
Hamlet (AP English Literature)
Setting
Hamlet
Claudius
Gertrude
Castle Elsinore in Denmark
Son of the dead king/Prince of Denmark
Brother of the dead king
Hamlet's mother who remarries her husband's brother
Setting
Castle Elsinore in Denmark
Hamlet
Son of the dead king/Prince of Denmark
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ENG 12 ~ Hamlet Vocabulary Act 4
Deranged
Divulge
Morality
Diplomatic
delirious; insane
to reveal something private or previously unknown
goodness; virtue
skilled with dealing with sensitive matters or people
Deranged
delirious; insane
Divulge
to reveal something private or previously unknown
15 terms
PPHS English 10 Hamlet Vocabulary
ambiguous
assail
auspicious
contrive
unclear; uncertain
attack with blows or words
favorable or well-timed
invent or design
ambiguous
unclear; uncertain
assail
attack with blows or words
16 terms
English Hamlet
Febis
Neptune
Tellus
Hymin
Sun
Ocean
Moon
Marriage
Febis
Sun
Neptune
Ocean
35 terms
English: Hamlet
When did Shakespeare live?
What was his family like?
What two kinds of acting companies wer…
Describe the Globe Theater?
1564-1616
Wife=... Anne Hathaway ... Children= ... Susanna... (twins) Judith ... (twin…
-Boys' Schools... -Professional companies (Ex. The King's Men)
Roof=heavens... Stage=World... Trapdoor=Hell... -Groundlings... Pay one…
When did Shakespeare live?
1564-1616
What was his family like?
Wife=... Anne Hathaway ... Children= ... Susanna... (twins) Judith ... (twin…
31 terms
English Hamlet |||
Consummation
Calamity
Contumely
Inoculate
Completion, achievement
Disaster, cause of great distress
Insulting treatment
To cure by introducing some antigenic material
Consummation
Completion, achievement
Calamity
Disaster, cause of great distress
10 terms
English-Hamlet
Prince Hamlet
Claudius
Gertrude
Polonius
the Prince of Denmark, nephew to the usurping Claudius, and s…
brother to King Hamlet, second husband to Gertrude and uncle…
Hamlet's mother and Queen of Denmark
chief counselor of the king, and the father of Laertes and Op…
Prince Hamlet
the Prince of Denmark, nephew to the usurping Claudius, and s…
Claudius
brother to King Hamlet, second husband to Gertrude and uncle…
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