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IB Latin
Aeneas
Peleus
Thetis
Eris
Left Troy after it burned to found a new Troy
Wedding
Wedding
Goddess of Discord
Aeneas
Left Troy after it burned to found a new Troy
Peleus
Wedding
933 terms
IB Latin Vocabulary
abhinc
accusatio, -onis (f)
accusator, -oris (m)
accuso, -are, -avi, -atum
...
...
...
...
abhinc
...
accusatio, -onis (f)
...
29 terms
IB Latin American Vocab
Penninsulares
Creoles
Joseph Bonaparte
Ferdinand VII
People who were sent to Spain to Govern, most of them were cl…
People who were born in the Latin Colonies who were considere…
Named ruler of Spain after the French overran Spain
Leader who broke Spanish American colonies into Viceroyalitie…
Penninsulares
People who were sent to Spain to Govern, most of them were cl…
Creoles
People who were born in the Latin Colonies who were considere…
144 terms
Vocab for Latin IB Midterm
Advenio, Advenire, Advēni, Adventus
Aedificium -I (N)
Aeger, Aegra, Aegrum
Alter, Altera, Alterum
To Arrive
Building
Sick, Ill
The other, the second
Advenio, Advenire, Advēni, Adventus
To Arrive
Aedificium -I (N)
Building
20 terms
LatinIB Verbs
ambulare
iubere
stare
manere
to walk
to order
to stand
to remain
ambulare
to walk
iubere
to order
32 terms
Latin IB Vocab: Aqua
unda
diluvium
piscina
litus
wave
flood
pool
shore
unda
wave
diluvium
flood
15 terms
IB Latin Catullus 9
xx u--u u- u--
Veranius, out of all my friends... surpas…
surpassing
Have you come home to your gods... and ag…
hendecasyllabic meter
Verani, omnibus e meis amicis ... antistans mihi milibus trecent…
antistans
venistine domum ad tuos penates ... fratresque unanimos anumque…
xx u--u u- u--
hendecasyllabic meter
Veranius, out of all my friends... surpas…
Verani, omnibus e meis amicis ... antistans mihi milibus trecent…
50 terms
Latin IB Final Exam
hora
caupo, cauponis, m.
caupona, -ae, f.
se praecipitare
hour
innkeeper
inn
to hurl themselves
hora
hour
caupo, cauponis, m.
innkeeper
21 terms
Geography of Latin America IB
BOLIVIA
CHILE
COLUMBIA
COSTA RICA
1) La Paz AND Sucre are the dual captials of this country.... 2…
1) Santiago is the capital.... 2) Easter Island and the Strait…
1) Bogotá is the capital.... 2) This country supplies 95% of th…
1) San José is the capital.... 2) This country has no army and…
BOLIVIA
1) La Paz AND Sucre are the dual captials of this country.... 2…
CHILE
1) Santiago is the capital.... 2) Easter Island and the Strait…
IB Latin Adverbs
Aestate
Tandem
Quoque
Eadem
In the summer
At last
Also
The same
Aestate
In the summer
Tandem
At last
24 terms
Latin is Fun Chapter Ib
tectum
pila
cubiculum
pecunia
roof
ball
bedroom
money
tectum
roof
pila
ball
18 terms
Latin IB Wk 33 Vocab Symbols of Gods
fulmen
quercus
aquila
pavo
lightning bolt
oak tree
eagle
peacock
fulmen
lightning bolt
quercus
oak tree
IB Latin Page 6
dissimulo, -are, -avi, -atum
diversus, -a, -um
dives, -vitis
divide, -ere, -visi, -visum
conceal
scattered
rich
divide
dissimulo, -are, -avi, -atum
conceal
diversus, -a, -um
scattered
35 terms
IB Latin Pg 12
flamma, flammae
flumen, fluminis
fodio, fodere, fodi, fossus
foedus, foederis
blaze, flame, passion
river
dig
treaty, agreement
flamma, flammae
blaze, flame, passion
flumen, fluminis
river
36 terms
IB Latin Pg 9
corripio, corripere, corripui, correptus
cotidie
cras
credo, credere, credidi, creditus + DAT
seize, carry off
every day, daily
tomorrow
believe, trust, entrust
corripio, corripere, corripui, correptus
seize, carry off
cotidie
every day, daily
36 terms
IB Latin pg 13
hic
hiems, hiemis
hinc
hodie
here
winter, storm
from here, hence
today
hic
here
hiems, hiemis
winter, storm
40 terms
Latin IB, ch. 26
arripio, arripere
atrium
bona, bonorum (n)
custos, custodis
to grab
main room
goods; possessions
guard
arripio, arripere
to grab
atrium
main room
25 terms
Famous Romans Latin IB
The legendary founder of the Roman race
The legendary founder of the city of R…
Animal that saved Romulus and Remus
Shepherd who found the abandoned twin…
Aeneas
Romulus
Wolf
Faustulus
The legendary founder of the Roman race
Aeneas
The legendary founder of the city of R…
Romulus
Latin IB chapter 25
Tumultus
Excitātus, -A, -Um
De Omnibus Rēbus
Eho!
uproar
wakened
about everything
hey
Tumultus
uproar
Excitātus, -A, -Um
wakened
Latin IB chapter 24
simulac
advēnerant
Mōlēs, Mōlis
vīderat
as soon as
They had arrived
mass
he had seen
simulac
as soon as
advēnerant
They had arrived
18 terms
Latin Ib 21E Vocab
sonitum
ita
ad mortem
mors, mortis, gen. pl
sound
this, so, in this way
to my death
death
sonitum
sound
ita
this, so, in this way
40 terms
IB Latin Vocabulary F
facilis, facile
facinus, facinoris
facio, facere, feci, factus
fallo, fallere, fefelli, falsus
easy
crime, outrage, deed
make, do
deceive, cheat, escape one's notice
facilis, facile
easy
facinus, facinoris
crime, outrage, deed
30 terms
IB Latin Vocab 3
Arcesso, ere, ivi, itum
Ardeo, ere, arsi
Arduus, a, um
Argentum, i
To call, send for, invite, fetch
To be on fire, blaze,
Steep, high, lofty
Silver, silver money, wrought
Arcesso, ere, ivi, itum
To call, send for, invite, fetch
Ardeo, ere, arsi
To be on fire, blaze,
29 terms
IB Latin Vocab 2
exigo, -ere, -egi, -actum
perago, -ere, -egi, -atum
alienus, -a, -um
aliquamdiu
to drive out, exact, finish, ascertain, dispose of
to travel through, traverse
of another/others, alien, strange, unsuited to, hostile
for sometime
exigo, -ere, -egi, -actum
to drive out, exact, finish, ascertain, dispose of
perago, -ere, -egi, -atum
to travel through, traverse
30 terms
IB Latin Vocab 5
certe/certo
cito
cito, are, avi, atum
civilis, is, e
certainly, of course, really
quickly, soon
to set in motion, rouse, call, mention
of citizens, civil, democratic
certe/certo
certainly, of course, really
cito
quickly, soon
IB Latin Vocab 3
brevis, e
caecus,a,um
caedes,is
caedo,ere
brief
aimless/confused
slaughter
to chop/cut
brevis, e
brief
caecus,a,um
aimless/confused
24 terms
vocab 4 (ib latin)
ramus, rami
fragor, fragoris
vox voctis
molestus, molesta, molestum
branch
crash
voice
bothersome
ramus, rami
branch
fragor, fragoris
crash
9 terms
IB Latin Vocabulary G
gaudeo, gaudere, gavisus sum
gaudium, gaudii
gens, gentis
genus, generis
rejoice
joy, delight
race, people, family, tribe
race, descent, birth, kind
gaudeo, gaudere, gavisus sum
rejoice
gaudium, gaudii
joy, delight
256 terms
Latin IB Final 2016
General
What are the principal parts?
How do you form the present?
What are the present mmvs?
General
1st PP: 1st person, singular, present, active, indicative ... 2n…
1st pp as 1st person sg... 1st pp - o + present mmv + s, t, mus,…
a e i i
General
General
What are the principal parts?
1st PP: 1st person, singular, present, active, indicative ... 2n…
29 terms
IB Latin Vocab - 15
inopia, ae
inquam, inquis, inquit etc
insidiae, arum
insignis, is, e
want, lack, scarcity
to say
a snare, trap
distinguished
inopia, ae
want, lack, scarcity
inquam, inquis, inquit etc
to say
Latin IB chapter 26
Ātrium, -ī
Nisi
Custōs, Custōdis
Bona, Bonōrum
atrium
unless
guard
goods
Ātrium, -ī
atrium
Nisi
unless
283 terms
Latin IB Finals: Vocabulary
aqua, -ae, f.
casa, -ae, f.
cena, -ae, f.
fabula, -ae, f.
water
house
dinner
story
aqua, -ae, f.
water
casa, -ae, f.
house
31 terms
IB Latin Vocab - 14
ignis, is
ignomina, ae
ignoro, are, avi, atum
ignosco, ere, novi, notum
a fire, firebrand, lightning
disgrace, dishonour, ignominy
to not know, be unacquainted with, to disregard
to pardon, excuse, overlook
ignis, is
a fire, firebrand, lightning
ignomina, ae
disgrace, dishonour, ignominy
29 terms
IB Latin Vocab 1
abhinc
accuatio, -onis
accusator, -oris
accuso, -are, -avi, -atum
since, ago
accusation
accuser, prosecutor
to accuse
abhinc
since, ago
accuatio, -onis
accusation
27 terms
IB Latin Vocabulary E
e, ex (+abl)
efficio, efficere, effeci, effectus
effugio, effugere, effugi
egeo, egere, egui (+gen/abl)
from, out of, (in compounds) out
carry out, accomplish
escape
need, be in want of, lack
e, ex (+abl)
from, out of, (in compounds) out
efficio, efficere, effeci, effectus
carry out, accomplish
34 terms
IB Latin Vocabulary T
tacitus, tacita, tacitum
talis, tale
tam
tamen
quiet, silent, in silence
such
so
however, nevertheless, yet
tacitus, tacita, tacitum
quiet, silent, in silence
talis, tale
such
74 terms
IB Latin Vocabulary S
sacerdos, sacerdotis
saepe
saevus, saeva, saevum
salus, salytis
priest, priestess
often
savage, cruel
health, safety, greeting
sacerdos, sacerdotis
priest, priestess
saepe
often
43 terms
IB Latin Vocabulary N
nam
narro, narrare, narravi, narratus
nascor, nasci, natus sum
natura, naturae
for
tell, relate
am born
nature
nam
for
narro, narrare, narravi, narratus
tell, relate
29 terms
IB Latin Vocabulary L
labor, labi, lapsus sum
labor, laboris
laboro, laborare, laboravi, laboratus
laedo, laedere, laesi, laesus
glide, slip, fall
work, toil, trouble
work, toil, be in difficulty
hurt, injure, harm
labor, labi, lapsus sum
glide, slip, fall
labor, laboris
work, toil, trouble
30 terms
IB Latin Vocab 6
conor, ari, conatus sum
conscendo, ere, scendi, scensum
conscius, a, um
conservo, are, avi, atum
to try, attempt, venture
to climb, mount, embark
sharing knowledge, privy, in the know, confidant
to preserve, save, keep
conor, ari, conatus sum
to try, attempt, venture
conscendo, ere, scendi, scensum
to climb, mount, embark
33 terms
Latin IB - WK 17 (35) Vocab: Theater
actor
comoedus
tragoedus
theatrum
actor
comic actor
tragic actor
theater
actor
actor
comoedus
comic actor
32 terms
IB Latin Vocabulary R
rapio, rapere, rapui, raptus
ratio, rationis
recens, recentis
recipio, recipere, recepi, receptus
seize, grab, carry off, plunder
account, reckoning,manner, reason
recent, fresh
regain, receive, welcome
rapio, rapere, rapui, raptus
seize, grab, carry off, plunder
ratio, rationis
account, reckoning,manner, reason
19 terms
IB Latin Vocabulary H
habeo, habere, habui, habitus
habito, habitare, habitavi, habitatus
hasta, hastae
haud
have, hold, consider
live, dwell
spear
not
habeo, habere, habui, habitus
have, hold, consider
habito, habitare, habitavi, habitatus
live, dwell
30 terms
IB Latin Vocab 11
flumen, inis
foedus, a, um
foedus, eris
fons, fontis
river
foul, disgraceful
treaty
fountain
flumen, inis
river
foedus, a, um
foul, disgraceful
77 terms
Latin IB Final Vocab
Discedō, Discedere, Discessī, Discessus
Hīc
Miser, Misera, Miseram
Sub (+Ablative)
To go away, depart
Here
Sad, unhappy, miserable
Under, beneath
Discedō, Discedere, Discessī, Discessus
To go away, depart
Hīc
Here
30 terms
IB Latin Vocab 13
honestas, atis
honestus, a, um
honor, oris
horreo, ere, ui, itum
honor, honesty
honorable
an honor, prestige
to be scared, frightened
honestas, atis
honor, honesty
honestus, a, um
honorable
30 terms
IB Latin Vocab 10
fames, is
familiaris, is, e
fas
fatalis, is, e
hunger
domestic, intimate, friendly
devine law, right
fateful, destined, fatal
fames, is
hunger
familiaris, is, e
domestic, intimate, friendly
45 terms
IB Latin Vocabulary M
magister, magistri
magnus, magna, magnum
magnopere
magis
teacher, master
big, large, great
very much, greatly
more, rather
magister, magistri
teacher, master
magnus, magna, magnum
big, large, great
64 terms
IB Latin Vocabulary I
iaceo, iacere, iacui
iacio, iacere, ieci, iactus
iam
non iam
lie (down)
throw
now, already
no longer
iaceo, iacere, iacui
lie (down)
iacio, iacere, ieci, iactus
throw
45 terms
IB Latin Vocabulary D
de (+abl)
dea, deae
deus, dei
debeo, debere, debui, debitus
about, from, down from
goddess
god
owe, ought
de (+abl)
about, from, down from
dea, deae
goddess
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