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14 terms
Latin fabulae romanae 3
Forte
Custodia custodiae f.
Abundo abundare abundavi abundatum
Tennis tenuis tenue
By chance
Custody
To overflow
Thin
Forte
By chance
Custodia custodiae f.
Custody
21 terms
Fabulae Romanae 3
regius, a, um
custodia, ae, f.
alveus, ī, m.
tenuis, is, e
royal, king's
watch, custody, prison
basket
thin, shallow
regius, a, um
royal, king's
custodia, ae, f.
watch, custody, prison
21 terms
Fabulae Romanae 3
regius, a, um (1/2)
custodia, ae, f. (1)
alveus, ī, m. (1)
tenuis, is, e (3)
royal, king's
watch, custody, prison
basket
thin, shallow
regius, a, um (1/2)
royal, king's
custodia, ae, f. (1)
watch, custody, prison
21 terms
Fabulae Romanae 1.3
regius, -a, -um
custodia, -ae, f.
alveus, -ī, m.
circā, adv.
royal, king's
watch, custody, prison
basket
around, nearby
regius, -a, -um
royal, king's
custodia, -ae, f.
watch, custody, prison
21 terms
Fabulae Romanae 3
regius, a, um
custodia, ae, f.
alveus, ī, m.
tenuis, is, e
royal, king's
watch, custody, prison
basket
thin, shallow
regius, a, um
royal, king's
custodia, ae, f.
watch, custody, prison
109 terms
Honors Latin III Final - Fabulae Romanae 7-10
Numā mortuō, interrēgnum ut anteā secū…
Inde Tullus Hostīlius rēx creātus est.
Hic ferōcior etiam quam Rōmulus fuit.
Quod cīvitās torpēre ōtiō vidēbātur, c…
After the death of Numa, an interregnum followed as before.
Thence Tullus Hostilius was made king.
This man was even more ferocious than Romulus.
Because the state seemed to be sluggish with leisure, he was…
Numā mortuō, interrēgnum ut anteā secū…
After the death of Numa, an interregnum followed as before.
Inde Tullus Hostīlius rēx creātus est.
Thence Tullus Hostilius was made king.
28 terms
Fabulae Romanae 3
abundo, abundare, abundavi, abundatus
adjuvo, adjuvare, adjuvavi, adjuvatus
agnosco, agnoscere, agnovi, agnitus
alveus, alvei M
overflow
help
recognize, realize
basket
abundo, abundare, abundavi, abundatus
overflow
adjuvo, adjuvare, adjuvavi, adjuvatus
help
21 terms
Fabulae Romanae 3
regius, a, um (1/2)
custodia, ae, f. (1)
alveus, ī, m. (1)
tenuis, is, e (3)
royal, king's
watch, custody, prison
basket
thin, shallow
regius, a, um (1/2)
royal, king's
custodia, ae, f. (1)
watch, custody, prison
53 terms
Latin fabulae romanae
Clarus
Colloquium
Profugus
Praeda
Clear
Conversation
To flee
Booty
Clarus
Clear
Colloquium
Conversation
25 terms
Fabulae Romanae 2-3
circum
custodia
educare
geminus
around
guardianship
to rear; educate
twin
circum
around
custodia
guardianship
63 terms
Latin Fabulae Romanae 9
palam
​memorāns officia
​Latinīs bellō victīs
ludōs
openly
mentoring duties
with the Latins having been conquered in war
games
palam
openly
​memorāns officia
mentoring duties
34 terms
Latin Fabulae Romanae 10
censum
pro opibus
officia belli
multitudinem crescentem
census
on the basis of wealth
of the duties of war
increasing multitude
censum
census
pro opibus
on the basis of wealth
29 terms
Latin Fabulae Romanae 7
ut antea
ferocior etiam quam Romulus
otio
topere
as before
more ferocious than Romulus
lesiure
to be lazy
ut antea
as before
ferocior etiam quam Romulus
more ferocious than Romulus
22 terms
Latin Fabulae Romanae 8
sic
quibus
id negotium mandatum
sublicio
thus
by which
this business was entrusted
resting on piles
sic
thus
quibus
by which
68 terms
Fabulae Romanae 1, Fabulae Romanae 2, Fabulae Romanae IV, Fabulae Romanae 3
appellō (1)
obsideō, obsidere, obsēdī, obsessum
interficio, interficere, interfeci, in…
clārus, a, um
to call, name
to besiege
to kill
clear, distinguished, famous
appellō (1)
to call, name
obsideō, obsidere, obsēdī, obsessum
to besiege
25 terms
Fabulae Romanae Vocabulary #3
Aestās, aestātis
Aetās, aetātis
Animus, -ī
Avus, -ī
Summer, Summer Heat
Age, Time of life
Mind, Spirit
Grandfather, Forefather
Aestās, aestātis
Summer, Summer Heat
Aetās, aetātis
Age, Time of life
25 terms
Fabulae Romanae #2-3
abundo abundere abundavi abundatus
adolesco adolescere adolevi adultus
alveus, -i (m.)
circa
verb; to overflow
verb; to mature, grow up
noun; basket
prep/adv; around, near, nearby
abundo abundere abundavi abundatus
verb; to overflow
adolesco adolescere adolevi adultus
verb; to mature, grow up
50 terms
Fabulae Romanae 3
nāscor, nāscī, nātus sum DEPONENT
potior, potīrī, potitus sum DEPONENT
ūtor, utī, ūsus sum DEPONENT
initium, ī (neuter)
to be born
to get possession / control of + ABLATIVE
to use + ABLATIVE
beginning
nāscor, nāscī, nātus sum DEPONENT
to be born
potior, potīrī, potitus sum DEPONENT
to get possession / control of + ABLATIVE
14 terms
Fabulae Romanae 3
forte
custodia, custodiae, f.
abundo, abundare, abundavi, abundatum
tenuis, tenuis, tenue
by chance
custody
to overflow
thin, shallow
forte
by chance
custodia, custodiae, f.
custody
8 terms
Fabulae Romanae Vocab 3
decerno, decernere, decrevi, decretum
utor, uti, usus sum (deponent)
postulo, postulare, postulavi, postula…
pereo, perire, perii, peritum
to determine, to decide, to settle
(+ ablative) to use, to practice
to demand
to perish, to die
decerno, decernere, decrevi, decretum
to determine, to decide, to settle
utor, uti, usus sum (deponent)
(+ ablative) to use, to practice
21 terms
Fabulae Romanae 3
regius, a, um (1/2)
custodia, ae, f. (1)
alveus, ī, m. (1)
tenuis, is, e (3)
royal, king's
watch, custody, prison
basket
thin, shallow
regius, a, um (1/2)
royal, king's
custodia, ae, f. (1)
watch, custody, prison
24 terms
Fabulae Romanae 3-4
custodia, custodiae (f)
inicio, inicere, inieci, iniectum
tenuis, tenuis, tenue
siccum, sicci (n)
custody, prison
to throw into
thin, shallow
dryland
custodia, custodiae (f)
custody, prison
inicio, inicere, inieci, iniectum
to throw into
25 terms
Fabulae Romanae 2&3
abundō, abundāre, abundāvī, abundātus
adolēscō, adolēscere, adolēvī, adultus
alveus, -ī m.
circā
to overflow
to grow up
hollow
adv, acc prep approximately
abundō, abundāre, abundāvī, abundātus
to overflow
adolēscō, adolēscere, adolēvī, adultus
to grow up
37 terms
Vergil & Fabulae Romanae #3
aestas, aestatis f.
aetas, aetatis f.
avus, -i m.
celebro, -are, -avi, -atus
n. summer
n. age
n. grandfather
v. to frequent, inhabit
aestas, aestatis f.
n. summer
aetas, aetatis f.
n. age
15 terms
Fabulae Romanae Vocab List #3
educō (1)
latro, latronis, m.
dividō, dividere, divisī, divisus
ob (+acc)
to bring up, educate
robber
to force apart, divide, distribute
on account of
educō (1)
to bring up, educate
latro, latronis, m.
robber
24 terms
Fabulae Romanae Ch. 3-4
custodia, custodiae, f.
iniciō, inicere, iniecī, iniectus
tenuis, tenuis, tenue
siccum, siccī, n.
watch, custody, prison
to throw into
thin, shallow
dry land
custodia, custodiae, f.
watch, custody, prison
iniciō, inicere, iniecī, iniectus
to throw into
31 terms
Latin II: Fabulae Romanae Vocabulary
Reliquiae, reliquiārum (F. Pl)
Deterreo, deterrere, deterrui, deterri…
Significo, significare, significavi, s…
Praedo, praedonis (M)
Remains
To frighten away, discourage, deter
To show, to call, to mean, to portend
Pirate
Reliquiae, reliquiārum (F. Pl)
Remains
Deterreo, deterrere, deterrui, deterri…
To frighten away, discourage, deter
20 terms
Latin Fabulae Romanae Vocab Words
quamquam
domesticus, -a, -um
cognomen
iniustus
although
of one's own household
surname of a family
unjust
quamquam
although
domesticus, -a, -um
of one's own household
25 terms
Fabulae Romanae #2-3 Vocab
abundare
adolescere
alveus
circa
to overflow
to grow up
basket
about
abundare
to overflow
adolescere
to grow up
15 terms
Fabulae Romanae Vocab List #3
educō (1)
latro, latronis, m.
dividō, dividere, divisī, divisus
ob (+acc)
to bring up, educate
robber
to force apart, divide, distribute
on account of
educō (1)
to bring up, educate
latro, latronis, m.
robber
22 terms
Fabulae Romanae 3: Romulus and Remus
rēgius-a-um
custōdia
alveus
circā
royal
custōdiae, f. ... prison
alveī, m. ... basket
around, nearby
rēgius-a-um
royal
custōdia
custōdiae, f. ... prison
25 terms
Fabulae Romanae Vocab #2-3
Abundō, adundāre, adolēvī, adultus
Adolēscō, adolēscere, adolēvī, adultus
Alveus, -ī
Circā
To Overflow
To Mature, Grow Up
Basket
Around, Near (Preposition)
Abundō, adundāre, adolēvī, adultus
To Overflow
Adolēscō, adolēscere, adolēvī, adultus
To Mature, Grow Up
24 terms
Fabulae Romanae Chapters 3-4
custodia, custodiae, f
inicio, inicere, inieci, iniectum
tenuis, tenuis, tenue
siccum, sicci, n
watch, custody, prison
to throw into
thin, shallow
dry land
custodia, custodiae, f
watch, custody, prison
inicio, inicere, inieci, iniectum
to throw into
14 terms
Fabulae Romanae Chap. 3 Vocab
regius, -a, -um
custodia, -ae
alveus, -i
circa
royal
custody, f.
basket, m.
around
regius, -a, -um
royal
custodia, -ae
custody, f.
37 terms
Fabulae Romanae Chapter 3 vocab
regius
custodia
inicio, inicere, inieci, iniectus
alveus
royal
watch, custody
to throw into
basket
regius
royal
custodia
watch, custody
15 terms
Fabulae Romanae Vocab List #3
educō, educare, educavi, educatus (1)
latro, latronis, m.
dividō, dividere, divisī, divisus
ob (+acc)
to bring up, educate
robber
to divide
on account of
educō, educare, educavi, educatus (1)
to bring up, educate
latro, latronis, m.
robber
21 terms
Romulus and Remus - Fabulae Romana 3
Ex hac filia nati sunt duo filii, Romu…
Pater eorum, ut fama est, Mars deus er…
Sed nec dei nec homines matrem et puer…
Sacerdos in custodiam data est; pueros…
From this daughter, two sons are born, Romulus and Remus.
Their father, as is the story, was the god Mars.
But neither gods nor men defended the mother and boys from th…
The priestess was thrown into jail; the king ordered the boys…
Ex hac filia nati sunt duo filii, Romu…
From this daughter, two sons are born, Romulus and Remus.
Pater eorum, ut fama est, Mars deus er…
Their father, as is the story, was the god Mars.
21 terms
Romulus and Remus - Fabulae Romana 3
Ex hac filia nati sunt duo filii, Romu…
Pater eorum, ut fama est, Mars deus er…
Sed nec dei nec homines matrem et puer…
Sacerdos in custodiam data est; pueros…
From this daughter, two sons are born, Romulus and Remus.
Their father, as is the story, was the god Mars.
But neither gods nor men defended the mother and boys from th…
The priestess was thrown into jail; the king ordered the boys…
Ex hac filia nati sunt duo filii, Romu…
From this daughter, two sons are born, Romulus and Remus.
Pater eorum, ut fama est, Mars deus er…
Their father, as is the story, was the god Mars.
39 terms
Fabulae Romanae: 3 Romulus and Remus Vocab
Romulus, i (m)
Remus,i (m)
Mars, martis (m)
regius
Romulus
Remus
God of War
royal
Romulus, i (m)
Romulus
Remus,i (m)
Remus
15 terms
Fabulae Romanae 3: Romulus and Remus Vocabulary
nascor, nasci, natus sum
fama famae, f.
nec
regia, regiae, f.
to be born
rumor
nor, and not
palace
nascor, nasci, natus sum
to be born
fama famae, f.
rumor
21 terms
Fabulae Romanae 3: Romulus and Remus continued
amitto, amittere, amisi, amissus
latro, latronis, m.
incuso, incusare, incusavi, incusatus
ago, agere, egi, actus
lose
robber, bandit
accuse
do, drive
amitto, amittere, amisi, amissus
lose
latro, latronis, m.
robber, bandit
20 terms
Fabulae Romanae Vocab Chpt. 2-3
regno (1st conj)
adolesco, adolescere, adolevi, adultum
imperium, imperii, n.
pello, pellere, pepuli, pulsum (3rd)
to rule
to mature, grow up
power, dominion
to drive out
regno (1st conj)
to rule
adolesco, adolescere, adolevi, adultum
to mature, grow up
187 terms
Vocab for Fabulae Romanae Stories 1-3
adeo, adire, adivi, aditus
adiuvo, adjuvare, adjuvavi, adjuvatus
adolesco, adolescere, adolevi, adultum
adundo, abundare, -av, -atus
to approach
to help
to mature
to overflow
adeo, adire, adivi, aditus
to approach
adiuvo, adjuvare, adjuvavi, adjuvatus
to help
28 terms
Latin III - Honors Exam Review - Mythology from Fabulae Graecae
Strangled serpents
Killing his wive and children
"Glory of Hera"; to get in her favor.
It had thick skin
What feat of strength did Hercules perform when he was just a…
Why did Hercules have to perform the 12 labors?
What does the name Hercules mean and why did Hercules adopt it?
Why was the Nemean lion so hard to kill
Strangled serpents
What feat of strength did Hercules perform when he was just a…
Killing his wive and children
Why did Hercules have to perform the 12 labors?
30 terms
Latin Fabulae 2&3
year
bold, daring
consider
force, compel
annus, anni
audax, audacis
cogito, cogitare, cogitavi
cogo
year
annus, anni
bold, daring
audax, audacis
24 terms
Latin fabulae 3
Cogito
Cogitare
Cogitavi
Diu
I consider
To consider
I considered
For a long time
Cogito
I consider
Cogitare
To consider
Latin Fabulae 2&3
Annus, anni (masc)
Audax, audacis
Cogito, cogitare, cogitavi
Cogo, cogere, coegi, coactus
Year
Bold, darling
Consider
Force, compel
Annus, anni (masc)
Year
Audax, audacis
Bold, darling
25 terms
Latin fabulae 3
Cogito
Cogitare
Cogitavi
Diu
I consider
To consider
I considered
For a long time
Cogito
I consider
Cogitare
To consider
29 terms
Latin fabulae chapter 3
Cogito
Cogitare
Cogitavi
Diu
I consider
To consider
I considered
For a long time
Cogito
I consider
Cogitare
To consider
15 terms
Latin - fabulae chapter 3
Cogito, cogitare, cogitavi
Diu
Iter, itineris
Locus, loci
Consider
For a long time
Journey
Place
Cogito, cogitare, cogitavi
Consider
Diu
For a long time
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