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66 terms
Mythology Latin 3, 4, AP
Janus
Vesta
Daphne
Pygmalion
Roman god of doorways; a two-faced god
virgin goddess of the hearth, home, and family in Roman relig…
pursued by Apollo but didn't return his affection; she was tu…
swore off women, then created an ivory sculpture which later…
Janus
Roman god of doorways; a two-faced god
Vesta
virgin goddess of the hearth, home, and family in Roman relig…
10 terms
AP Latin 4
Nuntius, i
Ob
Oppugnatio, oppugnationis
Plerumque
messenger, message
on account of, because of
attack
for the most part, generally
Nuntius, i
messenger, message
Ob
on account of, because of
30 terms
Latin 4-AP Vocab Quiz 1
ac, atque
aut, aut... aut
castra, -ōrum, n.pl.
civitas, civitatis, f.
and, and also; as, than
or, either; either... or
(military) camp
state
ac, atque
and, and also; as, than
aut, aut... aut
or, either; either... or
83 terms
Latin 4 ap
Adsum
Aliter
Anctor
Biduum
To be present
In another way
Promoter
Space of two days
Adsum
To be present
Aliter
In another way
30 terms
Latin 4-AP Vocab Quiz 4
nuntius, -ī, m.
ob
obses, obsidis, m./f.
obtineō, -ēre, -uī, -tentus
messenger; message
because of, on account of, for (+ accusative)
hostage
to hold, occupy
nuntius, -ī, m.
messenger; message
ob
because of, on account of, for (+ accusative)
16 terms
AP Latin: Vocab 4
consuesco suescere suevi suetum
contineo tinere tinui tentum
controversia ae f
convenio venire veni ventum
become used to
hold
dispute
come together
consuesco suescere suevi suetum
become used to
contineo tinere tinui tentum
hold
23 terms
AP Latin Vocab 4
nondum
necesse
cotidie
reficio, ere, feci, fectum 3
not yet
necessary, indispensible, inevitable
daily, every day
to restore, repair, refresh, revive
nondum
not yet
necesse
necessary, indispensible, inevitable
70 terms
AP Latin Vocabulary 4
Consulere
Consumere
Contemnere
Contendere
Consult
Consume
Contempt
Contend
Consulere
Consult
Consumere
Consume
17 terms
AP Latin Vocab #4
Belgae, Belgarum (m. pl.)
bellum, belli (N) (Caesar)
bellum, belli (n) (Vergil)
Britannia, Britanniae (F)
Belgians or Belgae
war (belligerent)
war, combat, fight (bellicose, belligerent)
Britain
Belgae, Belgarum (m. pl.)
Belgians or Belgae
bellum, belli (N) (Caesar)
war (belligerent)
15 terms
Vocab 4 - AP Latin
legiō, legiōnis
locus, ī
miles, militis
mittō, mittere, mīsī, missus
legion
place, position, rank
soldier
to send
legiō, legiōnis
legion
locus, ī
place, position, rank
20 terms
AP Latin | Core Vocabulary List B.4
iter, itineris
lēgātus, ī
littera, ae
medius/a/um
n. journey, route, day's march
m. envoy; officer
f. letter
middle, mid-
iter, itineris
n. journey, route, day's march
lēgātus, ī
m. envoy; officer
20 terms
AP Latin | Core Vocabulary List A.4
multus/a/um
multō
multum
plūrēs
much, many
by much, much
(adv) much
more, a greater number; quite a few
multus/a/um
much, many
multō
by much, much
9 terms
AP Latin Ch. 4-5
cliēns, clientis, m./f. [clueō, hear,…
dicti•ō, -ōnis, f. [dīcō, say]
ē•ripiō, -ripere, -ripuī, -reptum [rap…
iūdic•ium, -ī, n. [iūdex, judge]
client, vassal, dependent, retainer.
speaking, pleading.
take away; rescue.
trial; opinion.
cliēns, clientis, m./f. [clueō, hear,…
client, vassal, dependent, retainer.
dicti•ō, -ōnis, f. [dīcō, say]
speaking, pleading.
23 terms
AP Latin Set 4
equitatus, us, m.
essedarius, i, m.
consueo, ere
impedio, impedire, impedivi, impeditum
cavalry
charioteer
to be accustomed to
to entangle
equitatus, us, m.
cavalry
essedarius, i, m.
charioteer
32 terms
Latin 4-AP Vocab Quiz 10
quaerō, quaerere, quaesivī, quaesitus
qualis, quale
rapiō, rapere, rapuī, raptus
ripa, -ae, f.
to seek, look for, ask for
of what sort? such as, the kind of
to grab, snatch, tear; to whirl
bank (of a river), shore
quaerō, quaerere, quaesivī, quaesitus
to seek, look for, ask for
qualis, quale
of what sort? such as, the kind of
30 terms
Latin 4-AP Vocab Quiz 2
accidit, accidere, accidi, -----
accipiō, accipere, accepī, acceptus
arbitror, -ārī, -ātus sum
causā
to happen
to receive; to hear
to think, consider
for the sake of (+ preceding genitive)
accidit, accidere, accidi, -----
to happen
accipiō, accipere, accepī, acceptus
to receive; to hear
40 terms
AP Bio Latin 4
-hal
halo-
hapl-
hector-
breathe
salt
simple
hundred
-hal
breathe
halo-
salt
AP Latin Vocab 4
Parens, Parentis
Paro, Parere, Paravi, Paratum
Pars, Partis
Pater, Patris
(f) Parent, ancestor, father, mother
Prepare, make (ready)
(f) Part, portion, share, side
(m) Father, ancestor, sire
Parens, Parentis
(f) Parent, ancestor, father, mother
Paro, Parere, Paravi, Paratum
Prepare, make (ready)
30 terms
AP Latin vocab 4
contineo, continere, continui, contentus
controversia, controversiae
defero, deferre, detuli, delatus
demonstro, demonstrare, demonstravi, d…
to contain
dispute
to report
to describe, to show
contineo, continere, continui, contentus
to contain
controversia, controversiae
dispute
14 terms
AP Biology Latin 4
gastro-
gen-
geo-
gyn-, gynous-
stomach
beginning
earth
female
gastro-
stomach
gen-
beginning
AP Latin Vocab 4
labor (v)
labos
lacrima
laetus
to slip
labor
tear
happy
labor (v)
to slip
labos
labor
14 terms
AP Biology Latin 4
lin-
lign-
less-
leio-
line
wood
without (motionless)
smooth
lin-
line
lign-
wood
30 terms
Latin 4-AP Vocab Quiz 9
harena, -ae, f.
iactō, -āre, -āvī, -ātus
immanis, immane
imperium, -ī, n.
sand; beach
to throw out; to boast; to discuss, speak
huge; monstrous; frightful
supreme power, sovereignty
harena, -ae, f.
sand; beach
iactō, -āre, -āvī, -ātus
to throw out; to boast; to discuss, speak
30 terms
Latin 4-AP Vocab Quiz 8
accipiō, accipere, accepī, acceptus
adversus, -a, -um
aequor, -oris, n.
agmen, agminis, n.
to receive, accept; to welcome; to hear
opposite, turned toward; facing
sea, sea surface; waves; plain
column, multitude, army
accipiō, accipere, accepī, acceptus
to receive, accept; to welcome; to hear
adversus, -a, -um
opposite, turned toward; facing
19 terms
AP Latin List 4
metus
occubo
pharetra
pietas
fear
lie (down)
quiver
piety
metus
fear
occubo
lie (down)
20 terms
Latin AP Vocab 4
insequor
mico
nubes
occumbo
insequi, insecutus sum... to pursue
-are, micui... to flash
-is (f)... cloud
-ere, -cubui, -cubitum... to fall (in death)
insequor
insequi, insecutus sum... to pursue
mico
-are, micui... to flash
40 terms
AP Latin Vocab #4
quaero, ere
que
que...que
qui, quae, quod
quaesivi, quaesitus to seek
and, also, even
both...and
who, which, what
quaero, ere
quaesivi, quaesitus to seek
que
and, also, even
26 terms
Latin 4-AP Vocab Quiz 6
aliquis, aliqua, aliquid
alius, alia, aliud
amor, amoris, m.
ante
someone, anyone, something
another, other, else
love, affection; Cupid
before, in front of (+ accusative); previously (adv.)
aliquis, aliqua, aliquid
someone, anyone, something
alius, alia, aliud
another, other, else
30 terms
Latin 4-AP Vocab Quiz 7
labor, laboris, m.
latus, -a, -um
litus, litoris, n.
manus, ūs, f.
labor, work; hardship, suffering
wide, extensive, spacious
shore, beach
hand; group, band; handiwork
labor, laboris, m.
labor, work; hardship, suffering
latus, -a, -um
wide, extensive, spacious
32 terms
Latin 4-AP Vocab Quiz 3
adventus, -ūs, m.
aliquī, aliqua, aliquod
animadverto, -ere, -vertī, -versus
appellō, -āre, -āvī, -ātus
arrival; advance, attack
some, any
to observe, notice
to name, call
adventus, -ūs, m.
arrival; advance, attack
aliquī, aliqua, aliquod
some, any
28 terms
Latin 4-AP Vocab Quiz 5
ac, atque
altus, -a, -um
animus, -ī, m.
arma, -ōrum, n. pl.
and, and also; as, than
high, lofty; deep, profound
soul, spirit, heart; courage
weapons, arms; utensils, equipment
ac, atque
and, and also; as, than
altus, -a, -um
high, lofty; deep, profound
54 terms
AP Latin Caesar 4.24-4.31
At barbari, consilio Romanorum cognito…
quo plerumque genere in peoeliis uti c…
Erat ob has causas summa difficultas,…
militibus autem, ignotis locis, impedi…
But the Barbarians, with the plans of Romans known, sent fort…
by which kind very often they are accustomed to use in battle…
There was on account of these causes greatest difficulty beca…
the soldiers however, in an unfamiliar place, the troops enta…
At barbari, consilio Romanorum cognito…
But the Barbarians, with the plans of Romans known, sent fort…
quo plerumque genere in peoeliis uti c…
by which kind very often they are accustomed to use in battle…
20 terms
AP Latin Roots 4
corp
dorm
pater
punc
body
sleep
father
point
corp
body
dorm
sleep
53 terms
AP Bio latin 4
hipp-
hist-
holo-
homo-
horse
tissue
entire / whole
man / same / alike
hipp-
horse
hist-
tissue
9 terms
AP Latin 4.35
acciderat fore
pulsi
nactus
acie
the same thing would happen
defeated
get
battle line
acciderat fore
the same thing would happen
pulsi
defeated
18 terms
AP Latin 4.31
etsi
ex eventu
ex eo quod
obsides
although
from the fate
from this fact
hostage
etsi
although
ex eventu
from the fate
32 terms
AP Latin 4.32
gerunter
frumentatum
ulla
id tempus
were carried
get grain
any
at this time
gerunter
were carried
frumentatum
get grain
42 terms
AP Latin 4.26
utrisque
acriter
ordines sevares
insistere
each
sharply
keep to their ranks
to take a stance
utrisque
each
acriter
sharply
22 terms
AP LATIN VOCAB 4
alius,
alter,
annus, -
arma, -
alia, aliud other, another; else; (pl.) others, some
a, um the one . . . the other, another
i (M) year
orum (N pl.) weapons, arms
alius,
alia, aliud other, another; else; (pl.) others, some
alter,
a, um the one . . . the other, another
20 terms
AP Latin Roots 4
plu
tang
string
liber
more
touch
bind
free
plu
more
tang
touch
48 terms
4.25 AP Latin
species
inusitatior
motus
usum
sight
more startling
movement
use
species
sight
inusitatior
more startling
22 terms
AP Latin 4
ille, illa, illud
In +acc
In +abl
ingens
that, he, she, it
into, to, against
in, on, upon
ingentis, huge, vast, enormous, extraordinary
ille, illa, illud
that, he, she, it
In +acc
into, to, against
25 terms
AP Latin Column 4
fuga, ae, f.
fugio, fugere, fugi, X
fundo, fundere, fudi, fusus
furo, furere, furui, X
flight
flee (from), escape
pour (out), shed; lay low
to rage, to be frantic
fuga, ae, f.
flight
fugio, fugere, fugi, X
flee (from), escape
43 terms
4.24 AP Latin
cognito
praemisso
essedariis
plerumque
knew
sent in advance
a solider who fought from a two wheeled British chariot
mostly
cognito
knew
praemisso
sent in advance
15 terms
1.4 AP Latin
adducti
perfacile factu esse
conata
perficere
influenced
i was very easy to do
approve
accomplish
adducti
influenced
perfacile factu esse
i was very easy to do
21 terms
AP Latin 4.34
constiterunt
timore
lacessendum
committendum proelium
stopped
fear
harass
engaged in battle
constiterunt
stopped
timore
fear
18 terms
AP Latin 4.28
Confirmo
Demonstro
Lenis
Solvo
Establish
Declare
Gentle
Loosen
Confirmo
Establish
Demonstro
Declare
46 terms
AP Latin 4.27
superati
fuga
receperunt
statim
conquer
flight
take
immediately
superati
conquer
fuga
flight
36 terms
AP Latin 4.29
luna
plena
maritimos
aestus
moon
full
of the sea
tide
luna
moon
plena
full
75 terms
AP Latin Vocab #4
imperium, i (n)
imus, a, um
incipio, incipere, incepi, inceptum
insto, instare, institi, instatum
command, order
lowest, deepest, last
begin
stand upon, take a position, press, pursue
imperium, i (n)
command, order
imus, a, um
lowest, deepest, last
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