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28 terms
Hercules 4 Latin to English
balteus
clementia
cruciatus
dedecus
belt
kindness
torture
disgrace
balteus
belt
clementia
kindness
9 terms
4 English to Latin + Latin to English
cur?
curro, currere, cucurri, cursus
custodio, custodire, custodivi, custod…
dea, deae
why?
run
guard
goddess
cur?
why?
curro, currere, cucurri, cursus
run
9 terms
Latin in to English :4
Dress
Bedroom
Woman
Cook
stola
cubiculum
femina
coquis
Dress
stola
Bedroom
cubiculum
12 terms
English 11-Latin 4
viaduct
impervious
deviate
obviate
(n.) a bridge that carries a road or railroad over a valley
(adj.) unable to be affected
(v.) to depart, especially from a path or plan
(v.) to make unnecessary; to avoid
viaduct
(n.) a bridge that carries a road or railroad over a valley
impervious
(adj.) unable to be affected
26 terms
Ch. 4 Latin-English Vocab
cōnspicit / cōnspiciunt
terret / terrent
ascendit / ascendunt
vox
he,she,it catches sight of / they catch sight of
he,she,it frightens / they frighten
he,she,it climbs / they climb
(n.f.) voice
cōnspicit / cōnspiciunt
he,she,it catches sight of / they catch sight of
terret / terrent
he,she,it frightens / they frighten
15 terms
Latin Phrases in English 4
mea culpa
non compos mentis
nota bene
non sequitur
I am to blame
not of sound mind
take notice
it does not follow
mea culpa
I am to blame
non compos mentis
not of sound mind
22 terms
Stage 4_Latin to English
capit
currit
es
semper
takes
runs
you are
always
capit
takes
currit
runs
17 terms
Latin List 4 English 10
clud(e)
clus(ion)
cur(s)
course
to shut
to shut
to run, go
to run, go
clud(e)
to shut
clus(ion)
to shut
75 terms
English Latin Roots #4
Agri:
Agri (farm)
Agri (famer)
Alt:
Field
Agriculture
Agriculturalist
High
Agri:
Field
Agri (farm)
Agriculture
16 terms
4 Latin to English
cum
cupio, cupere, cupivi, cupitus
cura, curae
custos, custodis
when, since
want desire
care, worry
guard
cum
when, since
cupio, cupere, cupivi, cupitus
want desire
140 terms
Latin Vocab 4 (English)
infinitive
principal parts
subject
building
infinitivus
pars principalis
subjectum
aedificium
infinitive
infinitivus
principal parts
pars principalis
23 terms
Latin Roots 4 English
Luc, Lum
Elucidate
Lucid
Luminary
Light
throw light upon; make clear; explain; clairfy
Clear; easily to understand; comprehensible
One who is a source of light or insperation; famous person;
Luc, Lum
Light
Elucidate
throw light upon; make clear; explain; clairfy
71 terms
Chapters 1-4 English-Latin
war
camp
trickery, deception
reward
bellum, belli n.
castra, castrorum n. pl.
dolus, doli m.
praemium, praemii n.
war
bellum, belli n.
camp
castra, castrorum n. pl.
25 terms
English Latin Terms 4
Morph
Vest
Bene
Pond
Shape
Clothes
Good
Weight
Morph
Shape
Vest
Clothes
11 terms
English Latin Prefixes 4
Ortho
Circum
Scrib
Spec
Straight
Around
To Write
To look, to see
Ortho
Straight
Circum
Around
15 terms
Latin English Cognates 4
quodlibet
adjuvant
peradventure
myrmidon
a topic for exercise in philosophical or theological discussi…
(of therapy) applied after initial treatment for cancer, espe…
perhaps; uncertainty or doubt as to whether something is the…
a member of a warlike Thessalian people led by Achilles at th…
quodlibet
a topic for exercise in philosophical or theological discussi…
adjuvant
(of therapy) applied after initial treatment for cancer, espe…
15 terms
Latin to English 4
conspicere
ducere
facere
gladius
to catch sight of, notice
to lead, take
to make, do
sword
conspicere
to catch sight of, notice
ducere
to lead, take
20 terms
English - Latin Roots 4
UN(I)
BI(N)
DU
TRI
One
Two
Two; Twice
Three
UN(I)
One
BI(N)
Two
14 terms
English latin 4&5
Vocation
Temptation
Demonstration
Dominate
A profession, a calling
Something that entonces or allures
A description or explanation
To rule over, govern, control
Vocation
A profession, a calling
Temptation
Something that entonces or allures
15 terms
Latin Vocab English 4
via
viaduct
impervious
deviate
road/way
a bridge that carries a road or railroad over a valley
unable to be affected
to depart; especially from a path or plan
via
road/way
viaduct
a bridge that carries a road or railroad over a valley
22 terms
Latin-English stage 4
Does
Ring
Cooks
Why?
agit
ānulus
coquit
cūr?
Does
agit
Ring
ānulus
25 terms
english_4_latin_origin
oriental
urban
optical
amicable
keleti
városi
látási
baráti
oriental
keleti
urban
városi
22 terms
English-Latin stage 4
agit
ānulus
coquit
cūr?
Does
Ring
Cooks
Why?
agit
Does
ānulus
Ring
15 terms
English Latin 4
Via
Viaduct
Impervious
Deviate
Road/way
A long, bridge-like structure carrying a road across low ground
Not allowing anything to pass through (person or fluid)
Deport from an established course
Via
Road/way
Viaduct
A long, bridge-like structure carrying a road across low ground
20 terms
english latin roots #4
un(i)
bi (n)
du
tri
one
two
two, twice
three
un(i)
one
bi (n)
two
20 terms
Metamorphoses Latin to English (Latin 4)
Daedalus interea Creten longumque pero…
"terras licet" inquit "et undas ... obstr…
dixit et ignotas animum dimittit in ar…
nam ponit in ordine pennas... ut clivo cr…
Meanwhile, Daedalus, hating the fact that he'd been exiled on…
"The land" he said, "and waves of Minos might block my way th…
So saying he applied his thought to new invention and altered…
He placed feathers in rows in a growing slope, you would thin…
Daedalus interea Creten longumque pero…
Meanwhile, Daedalus, hating the fact that he'd been exiled on…
"terras licet" inquit "et undas ... obstr…
"The land" he said, "and waves of Minos might block my way th…
10 terms
English Latin Roots #4
ced-, cess-
duc-, duct-
judic-
jur-, just-
to go, yield
to lead
judgement
right, law; take an oath, form an opinion
ced-, cess-
to go, yield
duc-, duct-
to lead
24 terms
Latin-English Unit 4
ante
auris
canalis
cutis
before
ear
channel
skin
ante
before
auris
ear
English Latin Roots #4
un(i)
bi(n)
du
tri
one
two
two, twice
three
un(i)
one
bi(n)
two
21 terms
English Words From Latin 4
ex-, e-, ef-, etc.
extra-, extro-
in-, im-, etc., ig- before n
in-, im-, etc., [en-], [em-]
out, from, completely
outside, beyond
not
in, into, against
ex-, e-, ef-, etc.
out, from, completely
extra-, extro-
outside, beyond
12 terms
English Latin 4
Un(I)
Bi(n);du
Tri;terti
Quadr(u);quart
One
Two, twice
Three, third
Four;fourth
Un(I)
One
Bi(n);du
Two, twice
30 terms
4-Square English Latin Words
Carn
Carn
Carn
Mot/Mob
Flesh
Carnage, Carnivore
Move
Carn
Flesh
Carn
Carnage, Carnivore
English Latin Roots 4
UN(I)
BI(N)
DU
TRI
One
Two
Two;twice
Three
UN(I)
One
BI(N)
Two
30 terms
English Vocab for Latin 4
Dreck
Dowager
Canard
Serendipity
Pile of excrement or dung
A widow with control of her husbands accets
A baseless story
Good fortune
Dreck
Pile of excrement or dung
Dowager
A widow with control of her husbands accets
26 terms
English Latin week 4
Gres
Ped
Tact
Prehend
Go
Foot
Touch
Seize
Gres
Go
Ped
Foot
8 terms
English Latin roots4
Photo
Port
Psych
Pyro
Light
Carry
Mind
Fire
Photo
Light
Port
Carry
8 terms
English Latin Roots 4
Jungo, junctum-L
Digitus-L
Caput, capitis-L
Manus-L
Join, unite, connect... Join: connect, fasten together... Joint: pl…
Finger, toe, inch... Digit: finger, numerals from 0-9, unit of m…
Head... Capital: top of a column; head, chief or foundation mone…
Hand... Manufacture: make by hand... Manifest: to hit by hand; easi…
Jungo, junctum-L
Join, unite, connect... Join: connect, fasten together... Joint: pl…
Digitus-L
Finger, toe, inch... Digit: finger, numerals from 0-9, unit of m…
27 terms
Latin roots English 4
Capt
Cede, ceed, cess
Cred
Dic, dict
Take, hild, seize
Go, yield, give, away
Believe
Speak, say, tell
Capt
Take, hild, seize
Cede, ceed, cess
Go, yield, give, away
9 terms
English Latin 10-4
Clud-, Clus-
Cur-, Curs-
Grad-, Gress-
Pend-, Pens-
To shut; include, exclude
To run, go; precursor, cursive
To step, go; gradual, graduate
To hang, weigh, pay; pendant, pension, pendulum
Clud-, Clus-
To shut; include, exclude
Cur-, Curs-
To run, go; precursor, cursive
47 terms
latin english 4&5
agit
ānulus
coquit
cūr
does
ring
cooks
why
agit
does
ānulus
ring
43 terms
Latin 4 English
equanimity
equanimous
equilibrium
equivocal
Mentally calm
Mentally calm (comes from: equanimity)
Opposing forces are balanced
More then one meaning( interpretation)
equanimity
Mentally calm
equanimous
Mentally calm (comes from: equanimity)
18 terms
English Latin Terms #4
ferriferous
homicide
infrared
juxtapose
containing or yielding iron
the killing of one person by another
pertaining to electromagnetic radiation having wavelengths gr…
to place side by side, esp. for comparison or contrast
ferriferous
containing or yielding iron
homicide
the killing of one person by another
13 terms
Aeneid Latin to English (Latin 4)
miratur molem Aeneas, magalia quondam,…
instant ardentes Tyrii: pars ducere mu…
hic portus alii effodiunt; hic alta th…
"o fortunati, quorum iam moenia surgun…
The city is admired by Aeneas, derived from the old hut, door…
The Tyrians pressed on eagerly: some extended walls and fortr…
This port was dug here, this high theater's foundation was lo…
"Oh fortunate ones, whose walls are already rising!" Aeneas s…
miratur molem Aeneas, magalia quondam,…
The city is admired by Aeneas, derived from the old hut, door…
instant ardentes Tyrii: pars ducere mu…
The Tyrians pressed on eagerly: some extended walls and fortr…
21 terms
English and Latin Roots 4
Geo
Glu, glo
Helio
Hum, human
earth
bond, glue
sun
earth, ground, man
Geo
earth
Glu, glo
bond, glue
25 terms
Stage 4 English to Latin
agit
negotium agit
anulus
cera
does
does business
ring
wax tablet
agit
does
negotium agit
does business
9 terms
Lesson 4 Latin to English
Ager, agri
Amicus, amici
Auxilium, auxilii
Bellum, beli
Agriculture: the art of farming and cultivating the soil
Amicable: friendly
Auxiliary: giving help or aid, assisting
Belligerent: showing a readiness to fight
Ager, agri
Agriculture: the art of farming and cultivating the soil
Amicus, amici
Amicable: friendly
45 terms
English Latin 3 and 4
EX
Excerpt
Exhilerate
Exonerate
From or out of
A passage selected from a book ,play,piece of music ,etc.... To…
To cheer ;to stimulate ;to enliven
1. To free from blame... 2. To relieve of a task
EX
From or out of
Excerpt
A passage selected from a book ,play,piece of music ,etc.... To…
14 terms
Flowers #4 latin to english
Geranium phaeum
Rumex alpinus
Chenopodium bonus-henricus
Capsella bursa-pastoris
Dusky Cranesbill
Monk's Rhubarb
Good King Henry
Shepherd's Purse
Geranium phaeum
Dusky Cranesbill
Rumex alpinus
Monk's Rhubarb
70 terms
PAGE 4 (ENGLISH TO LATIN)
cover, protect, hide
crime, outrage, deed
crime, wickedness
crowd, mob, disturbance, multitude
tego, tegere, texi, tectus... verb 3
facinus, facinoris... neuter... noun 3
scelus, sceleris... neuter... noun 3
turba, turbae... feminine... noun 1
cover, protect, hide
tego, tegere, texi, tectus... verb 3
crime, outrage, deed
facinus, facinoris... neuter... noun 3
20 terms
English Latin lesson 4
UN(I)
BI(N)
DU
TRI
One
Two
Two; twice
Three
UN(I)
One
BI(N)
Two
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