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31 terms
AP Latin Vergil Vocabulary - Set 4 - per - terra
per + acc
petō, petere, petīvī, petītus
possum, posse, potuī
Priamus, -ī, m.
through, along, over
to seek, look for, attack, aim at
to be able
Priam (king of Troy)
per + acc
through, along, over
petō, petere, petīvī, petītus
to seek, look for, attack, aim at
25 terms
AP Latin Vergil vocab 4/27
Ales itis m
Arceo ere ui
Ardeo ere arsi arsum
Avaritia ae f
Winged creature
Enclose, keep off
Burn
Greed
Ales itis m
Winged creature
Arceo ere ui
Enclose, keep off
35 terms
AP Latin Caesar and Vergil IV
subsequor
subsidium
sustineo
tollo
subsequi, subsecutus sum-to follow closely
subsidii n.-reserve troops, aid, support
sustinēre, sustinui, sustentus-to sustain, to support, to bea…
tollere, sustuli, sublatus-to lift, to raise, to remove, to t…
subsequor
subsequi, subsecutus sum-to follow closely
subsidium
subsidii n.-reserve troops, aid, support
1,713 terms
AP Latin Vergil ALL
bellum, i
bacchor, ari, atus
barba, ae
barbarus, a, um
war, combat
rave, rage
beard
foreign, unciviliazed
bellum, i
war, combat
bacchor, ari, atus
rave, rage
24 terms
Briarcrest AP Latin 4 Vergil list 4
immanis e
imperium i, n
imus a um
infelix icis
huge, monstrous
command, power
superl. of inferus: lowest
unfortunate, accursed
immanis e
huge, monstrous
imperium i, n
command, power
18 terms
AP Latin - Vergil Vocabulary List 4
nimbus, -i, m.
umidus/a/um
indomitus/a/um
quatio, -ere, quassus
cloud
wet
uncontrolled
to shake
nimbus, -i, m.
cloud
umidus/a/um
wet
18 terms
AP Latin - Vergil Vocabulary List 4
nimbus, -i, m.
umidus/a/um
indomitus/a/um
quatio, -ere, quassus
cloud
wet
uncontrolled
to shake
nimbus, -i, m.
cloud
umidus/a/um
wet
266 terms
AP Latin Main Vergil Vocabulary
ā, ab, abs
ac, atque
accipiō, ere, cēpī, ceptus
Acestes, ae (m)
(away) from, by (+abl)
and, also; as, then
to receive, accept
King in Sicily
ā, ab, abs
(away) from, by (+abl)
ac, atque
and, also; as, then
27 terms
Briarcrest AP Latin 4 Vergil vocab 3
euntis, i, em, e, es, ium, ibus
fama ae f
fare, fari; fatur; fatus, a, um
fatum i n.
go, going
report, reputation
speak, say ( from for )
Destiny, fate
euntis, i, em, e, es, ium, ibus
go, going
fama ae f
report, reputation
30 terms
AP Latin Vergil Quotes
"Mene incepto desistere victam nec pos…
"Aeole (namque tibi divum pater atque…
"Tuus, O regina, quid optes explorare…
"O terque quaterque beati, quis ante o…
Juno... Herself... Juno wants to create a storm and destroy Aeneas'…
Juno... Aeolus... Juno convinces Aeolus to create a storm by promis…
Aeolus... Juno... Aeolus flatters Juno and accepts her offer, promi…
Aeneas... Himself, Trojan ancestors... As Aeneas' fleet is destroye…
"Mene incepto desistere victam nec pos…
Juno... Herself... Juno wants to create a storm and destroy Aeneas'…
"Aeole (namque tibi divum pater atque…
Juno... Aeolus... Juno convinces Aeolus to create a storm by promis…
23 terms
briarcrest ap latin 4 vergil vocab 8
saxum i n
sedes is f
sequor i secutus
servo (1)
crag cliff reef rock
abode, habitation, bottom, tomb, shrine
attend follow pursue
watch, save, guard, keep
saxum i n
crag cliff reef rock
sedes is f
abode, habitation, bottom, tomb, shrine
30 terms
AP Latin Caesar and Vergil VII
miror
misceo
moenia
moles
mirari, miratus sum-to wonder, to be astonished
miscere, miscui, mixtus-to mix. to mingle, to confuse
moenium n.-walls, ramparts
molis f.-mass, weight, difficulty, burden
miror
mirari, miratus sum-to wonder, to be astonished
misceo
miscere, miscui, mixtus-to mix. to mingle, to confuse
30 terms
AP Latin Caesar and Vergil III
licet
maxime
minus
munitio
licēre, licuit (impersonal verb)-to be allowed, to be permitted
in particular, especially, very greatly
less
munitionis f.-fortification
licet
licēre, licuit (impersonal verb)-to be allowed, to be permitted
maxime
in particular, especially, very greatly
30 terms
AP Latin Caesar and Vergil V
medius
navis
oculus
os
media, medium-middle
navis f.-ship
oculi m.-eye
oris n.-mouth, face, expression
medius
media, medium-middle
navis
navis f.-ship
266 terms
AP Latin Vergil
ā, ab, abs
ac, atque
accipiō, ere, cēpī, ceptus
Acestes, ae (m)
(away) from, by (+abl)
and, also; as, then
to receive, accept
King in Sicily
ā, ab, abs
(away) from, by (+abl)
ac, atque
and, also; as, then
26 terms
AP Latin Caesar and Vergil VIII
simul
socius
somnus
soror
at the same time
socii m.-ally, friend
somni m.-sleep
sororis f.-sister
simul
at the same time
socius
socii m.-ally, friend
100 terms
AP Latin Vergil M
māchina, -ae f.
mactō (1)
madeō, -ēre
Maeonius, -a, -um
contraption, machine, crane, catapult, 2
sacrifice, make sacrifice 1
to be wet, moist, drip, 1
Maeonian, 1
māchina, -ae f.
contraption, machine, crane, catapult, 2
mactō (1)
sacrifice, make sacrifice 1
74 terms
AP Latin Vergil L
lābor, -ī, lapsus sum
labōrō (1)
labōs (or), -ōris m.
Lacaena, -ae f.
glide, slide, 2
work, toil, 1
labor, hardship, task, 7
a Spartan (woman),
lābor, -ī, lapsus sum
glide, slide, 2
labōrō (1)
work, toil, 1
30 terms
AP Latin Caesar and Vergil VI
crudelis
cursus
Danaus
demitto
crudele-cruel
cursus m.-running, haste, running course
Danai m.-Danaan, a Greek
demittere, demisi, demissus-to drop, to let down, to shed
crudelis
crudele-cruel
cursus
cursus m.-running, haste, running course
20 terms
Latin IV/AP Vocabulary Set #6 (Vergil)
urbs, urbis, f.
vir, virī
aliquis, aliqua, aliquid
alius, alia, aliud
city
man
someone, something
another, other
urbs, urbis, f.
city
vir, virī
man
142 terms
AP Latin Vergil I
iaciō, iacere, iēcī, iactum
iactō (1)
iaculor, -ārī, -ātus sum
iam
throw 2
to throw (to and fro), 7
hurl, throw 2
now, already, finally, at once, 19
iaciō, iacere, iēcī, iactum
throw 2
iactō (1)
to throw (to and fro), 7
36 terms
AP Latin Vergil U
ūber, ūberis
ubi
ulciscor, -ī, ultum
Ulixēs, -is m.
fertile, rich, abundant, 1
where, when; as soon as, 10
avenge, take vengeance 1
Ulysses, 1
ūber, ūberis
fertile, rich, abundant, 1
ubi
where, when; as soon as, 10
30 terms
AP Latin Caesar and Vergil II
contineo
controversia
defero
demonstro
continēre, continui, contentus-to contain, to refrain, to con…
controversiae f.-dispute
deferre, detuli, delatus-to report
demonstrare, demonstravi, demonstratus-to describe, to show
contineo
continēre, continui, contentus-to contain, to refrain, to con…
controversia
controversiae f.-dispute
100 terms
AP Latin Vergil T
tābeō, -ēre
tabula, -ae f.
tacitus, -a, -um
taeda, -ae f.
drip, soak, melt, waste, 1
plank, board 1
silent, speechless, still, 5
(pine) torch; pine wood, 1
tābeō, -ēre
drip, soak, melt, waste, 1
tabula, -ae f.
plank, board 1
70 terms
AP Latin Vergil V
vadum, -ī n.
vagor, -ārī
valeō ēre uī
validus, -a, -um
shallows, shoal, 4
wander, roam, 1
prevail, be able 1
strong, 2
vadum, -ī n.
shallows, shoal, 4
vagor, -ārī
wander, roam, 1
28 terms
AP Latin - Vergil - 7x
accipio
ago
ait
altum
receive, accept
do, drive, act, negotiate, spend (time)
say, speak
the deep, sea
accipio
receive, accept
ago
do, drive, act, negotiate, spend (time)
12 terms
AP Latin Vergil B
bellum, i
bacchor, ari, atus
barba, ae
barbarus, a, um
war, combat
rave, rage
beard
foreign, unciviliazed
bellum, i
war, combat
bacchor, ari, atus
rave, rage
189 terms
AP Latin Vergil S
sacer, -cra, -crum
sacerdōs, -dōtis m. f.
sacrō (1)
saepe
sacred, holy; sacrifice, rite, 5
priest(ess), 2
to consecrate, make holy, 1
often, 1
sacer, -cra, -crum
sacred, holy; sacrifice, rite, 5
sacerdōs, -dōtis m. f.
priest(ess), 2
81 terms
AP Latin Vergil E
eburnus, a, um
ecce
educo, ere, duxi, ductus
effero, ferre, extuli, elatus
ivory
behold!
lead out, raise
carry out, raise
eburnus, a, um
ivory
ecce
behold!
58 terms
AP Latin Vergil O
Ō
ob
obdūcō, -ere, -duxī, -ductum
obiciō, -ere, obiēcī, obiectum
O! oh! ah!, 14
on account of, because of (acc.), 3
draw over, cover, 1
cast, hurl, throw (into), 3
Ō
O! oh! ah!, 14
ob
on account of, because of (acc.), 3
71 terms
AP Latin Vergil R
rabidus, -a, -um
rābiēs, -ēī f.
radius, -ī m.
rāmus, -ī m.
raging, mad, 1
rage, madness, fury, 1
measuring-rod, 1
branch, 2
rabidus, -a, -um
raging, mad, 1
rābiēs, -ēī f.
rage, madness, fury, 1
101 terms
AP Latin Vergil F
fabricō
facesso, ere, (iv)i, itus
facies, ei
facilis, e
fashion, make
do, make
appearance, face
easy, favorable
fabricō
fashion, make
facesso, ere, (iv)i, itus
do, make
154 terms
AP Latin Vergil A
abdō, ere, didi, ditus
abeō, īre, iī, itus
abluō, ere, uī, ūtus
abripiō, ere, uī, itus
hide, put away, bury
depart
wash
carry off, snatch away
abdō, ere, didi, ditus
hide, put away, bury
abeō, īre, iī, itus
depart
30 terms
AP Latin Vergil Q
quaerō, -ere, quaesīvī, -sītus
qualis, -e
quamquam
quandō
seek, ask, 5
of what sort?, 7
although, 4
when, since, 2
quaerō, -ere, quaesīvī, -sītus
seek, ask, 5
qualis, -e
of what sort?, 7
150 terms
AP Latin Vergil P
paenitet, -ēre, -uit
Pallas, -adis f.
palma, -ae f.
palūs, palūdis f.
it causes regret, 1
Minerva, 2
palm, hand, 1
swamp, marsh, 2
paenitet, -ēre, -uit
it causes regret, 1
Pallas, -adis f.
Minerva, 2
85 terms
AP Latin Vergil D
damnō
Dardan(i)us, a, um
debellō
debeo, ere, ui, itus
condemn, doom
Trojan
crush
owe, ought
damnō
condemn, doom
Dardan(i)us, a, um
Trojan
57 terms
AP Latin Vergil N
nam, namque
nātus, -ī m.
navigō (1)
nāvis, -is f.
for; indeed, truly, 6
son, child, young, 8
to sail, 1
ship, boat, vessel, 11
nam, namque
for; indeed, truly, 6
nātus, -ī m.
son, child, young, 8
32 terms
AP Latin Vergil H
habena, ae
haereo, ere, haesi, haesus
halitus, ūs
harena, ae
rein
stick, cling (+dat)
breath
sand, beach
habena, ae
rein
haereo, ere, haesi, haesus
stick, cling (+dat)
143 terms
AP Latin Vergil C
cado, ere, cecidi, casus
cadus, i
caecus, a, um
caelestis, e
fall, fail, die
jar, urn
dark, blind
divine, heavenly
cado, ere, cecidi, casus
fall, fail, die
cadus, i
jar, urn
264 terms
AP Latin Caesar and Vergil
a, ab
ac, atque
ad
aut; aut...aut
from, away from; by (+abl)
and, and also; as, than
to, toward, near; (with numerals and dates) about; at, by (+a…
or, either; either...or
a, ab
from, away from; by (+abl)
ac, atque
and, and also; as, than
10 terms
Latin IV/AP Vocabulary Set #5 (Vergil)
nē, (-ne)
nunc
primus, -a, -um
quis, quid
not; do not; lest (-ne introduces a yes or no question...not…
now
first; chief; excellent
who, what
nē, (-ne)
not; do not; lest (-ne introduces a yes or no question...not…
nunc
now
30 terms
AP Latin Vergil per-terra set 4
Per
Petō, Petere, Petīvī, Petītus
Possum, Posse, Potuī
Priamus
Through
To seek, attack, aim at
Possible
Priam (king of Troy)
Per
Through
Petō, Petere, Petīvī, Petītus
To seek, attack, aim at
156 terms
AP Latin Vergil Vocab
ira
memor, memoris
saevus, -a, -um
condo, condere, condidi, conditus
anger
mindful, unforgetting
cruel
found, established
ira
anger
memor, memoris
mindful, unforgetting
63 terms
AP Vergil, List 4
stō, stāre, stetī, status
sub (+acc., abl.)
subeō, īre, īvī, (īī), itus
sublātus,a,um
stand (fast, up); halt; endure;
(from) under, close (to), beneath, in
go under; bear; approach, enter; arise (dat.);
see tollō
stō, stāre, stetī, status
stand (fast, up); halt; endure;
sub (+acc., abl.)
(from) under, close (to), beneath, in
40 terms
AP Latin: Vergil Vocab
ā, ab, abs
ac, atque
accipiō, accipere, accēpī, acceptus
Acestēs, Acestae m.
(away) from, by (abl.)
and, also; as, than
receive, ACCEPT, learn, hear, concieve
king in Sicily
ā, ab, abs
(away) from, by (abl.)
ac, atque
and, also; as, than
30 terms
AP Latin Vergil words
a, ab
ac, atque
ad
aut; aut... aut
By; away from
And
To, towards; at; upto
Or; either... Or
a, ab
By; away from
ac, atque
And
57 terms
AP Latin Vergil
Ābas, antis m
abdo, ere, didi, ditus
abeo, ire, ii, itus
abluo, ere, ui, utus
Trojan leader
hide, put away, bury
depart
wash (off)
Ābas, antis m
Trojan leader
abdo, ere, didi, ditus
hide, put away, bury
21 terms
AP Latin Vergil Lesson 16
OMNIPOTENS
MISEREOR
DOLOR
OBITUS
ALL POWERFUL
TO PITY
SUFFERING
DEATH
OMNIPOTENS
ALL POWERFUL
MISEREOR
TO PITY
21 terms
AP Latin Vergil Lesson 15
PRO
LOQUOR
SPERO
ABSCONDO
ON BEHALF OF
TO SPEAK
TO HOPE
TO HIDE
PRO
ON BEHALF OF
LOQUOR
TO SPEAK
33 terms
AP Latin Vergil: Poetic Devices
Alliteration
Anaphora
Anastrophe
Aposiopesis
deliberate repetition of sounds, especially initial consonant…
repetition of words or phrases for emphasis.
the reversal of normal word order in a prepositional phrase,…
a dramatic interruption in mid-sentence.
Alliteration
deliberate repetition of sounds, especially initial consonant…
Anaphora
repetition of words or phrases for emphasis.
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