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88 terms
NLE Latin 2 Prep - Language
Nominative
Genitive
Dative
Accusative
subject, predicative nominativeq
posession
indirect object, compound verbs, impersonal verbs
direct object, extent of time & space, object of preposition
Nominative
subject, predicative nominativeq
Genitive
posession
26 terms
Language Arts Latin #2
PREFIX:... de-
PREFIX:... dis-/di-
PREFIX:... e-/ex-
PREFIX:... en-/em-
Down, away, from... reverse action of
Apart, not... in a different direction
out of, from
in, within
PREFIX:... de-
Down, away, from... reverse action of
PREFIX:... dis-/di-
Apart, not... in a different direction
18 terms
Latin Language 2
adeo
castra, castrorum
cogo, cogere, coegi, coactus
conficio, conficere, confeci, confectus
so much, so greatly
camp
force, compel
finish, wear out
adeo
so much, so greatly
castra, castrorum
camp
Latin Language ( 2 )
Aggrieve
Allegory
Alleviate
Altruism
to cause to injury to; to cause grief; to offend
a story in which people or things have a hidden or symbolic m…
to make less hard to bear
unselfish concern for another
Aggrieve
to cause to injury to; to cause grief; to offend
Allegory
a story in which people or things have a hidden or symbolic m…
18 terms
Latin Vocab Language 2
vultus
unde
turba
trado
face/expression
from where
crowd
hand over
vultus
face/expression
unde
from where
19 terms
Additional latin language 2
captivus
carmen
causa
collis
captive
song
cause
hill
captivus
captive
carmen
song
44 terms
Latin # 2 Language of medicine
Abdomin/o
Anter/o
Bol/o
Cerivc/o
Abdomen
Front
To cast; throw
Neck (body and uterus)
Abdomin/o
Abdomen
Anter/o
Front
7 terms
latin language
declension
conjugations
1st declension
2nd declension
an organisation of nouns
groups of words
singular- a/ am... plural - ae/ as
singular- us/ um... plural - i/ os
declension
an organisation of nouns
conjugations
groups of words
12 terms
Language Arts Latin Roots 2
Aqu (Q)
Art (Ert)
Dic (T)
Duc (T)
water
art, skill, craft
to say
to lead
Aqu (Q)
water
Art (Ert)
art, skill, craft
42 terms
Latin GCSE vocab language 2
Mos
Oratio
Perfidia
Potestas
Custom
Speech
Treachery
Power
Mos
Custom
Oratio
Speech
12 terms
Language Arts-Latin Roots 2
Aqu
Art
Dict
Duct
Water
Art, skill, craft
To say
To lead
Aqu
Water
Art
Art, skill, craft
14 terms
Latin language
'Quam celerrime'
'Optimi'
'Post'
'Postea'
As quickly as possible
Excellent
After (something)
Afterwards (after those things)
'Quam celerrime'
As quickly as possible
'Optimi'
Excellent
92 terms
Latin language
exitium
fere
fido
fodio
ruin
nearly
trust
dig
exitium
ruin
fere
nearly
47 terms
Language Latin
Procrastinate
Prodigal
Prodigy
Profane
To put off doing something; to delay needlessly
Recklessly wasteful; extravagant
A person with exceptional talents or powers
Showing disrespect toward God or sacred things
Procrastinate
To put off doing something; to delay needlessly
Prodigal
Recklessly wasteful; extravagant
94 terms
Latin Language
servus
gladius
potest
vult
Slave
Sword
Can
Want
servus
Slave
gladius
Sword
81 terms
Latin Language
nominative
vocative
accusative
dative
does verb
who you're speaking to
has verb done to it
to/for someone/something
nominative
does verb
vocative
who you're speaking to
37 terms
latin language
usus, usus
usui est
ut (+indic)
ut (+subj)
use, experience, practice
it is useful
as, where, when, how
that, so that
usus, usus
use, experience, practice
usui est
it is useful
21 terms
Latin Language
a group of nouns that have the same en…
a, feminine, poeta, agricola
us or er, masculine, mater
ending
Define "declension."
Nouns of the first declension end in __ and are usually _____…
Nouns of the second declension end in __ or ___ and are usual…
In Latin, the gender of a noun depends on the ______ of a noun.
a group of nouns that have the same en…
Define "declension."
a, feminine, poeta, agricola
Nouns of the first declension end in __ and are usually _____…
174 terms
Latin Language 2 OUR Vocabulary
Absum
Accido
Accipio
Adeo
Am absent, away
Happen
Accept, take in, recieve
So much/greatly
Absum
Am absent, away
Accido
Happen
38 terms
Latin Additional Language Vocab 2
but, however
hard, harsh
carry out, accomplish
knight
autem
durus
efficio
eques
but, however
autem
hard, harsh
durus
20 terms
Language Arts Latin Roots (#2)
dis-,di-,dif-... differ
dis-,di-,dif-... diversion
e-,ex-... expel
e-,ex-... egress
(down; away; from; reverse action of)... to be unlike others
(down; away; from; reverse action of)... the act of reversing th…
(apart; in different direction; not)... to be pushed or forced out
(apart; in different direction; not)... the act of reversing the…
dis-,di-,dif-... differ
(down; away; from; reverse action of)... to be unlike others
dis-,di-,dif-... diversion
(down; away; from; reverse action of)... the act of reversing th…
54 terms
Latin: Why Study Language 2
mortuus, a, um
sapiens, sapientis
aeger aegra aegrum
hūmānus -a -um
dead
wise, judicious
sick
human
mortuus, a, um
dead
sapiens, sapientis
wise, judicious
48 terms
WJEC Latin Language Lvl2
pars, partis, f.
rogo, rogare, rogavi
laudo, laudare, laudavi
discedo, discedere, discessi
part
ask, ask for
praise
depart, leave
pars, partis, f.
part
rogo, rogare, rogavi
ask, ask for
33 terms
Latin language vocabulary page 2
ambulo, ambulare, ambulavi
amica/amicus, amicae/amici
amitto, amittere, amisi, amissus
amo, amare, amavi, amatus
walk
girl-friend/friend
lose
love, like
ambulo, ambulare, ambulavi
walk
amica/amicus, amicae/amici
girl-friend/friend
254 terms
A2 Latin Verse Language
aequor
aer
aether
astrum
sea
air
air, sky
star
aequor
sea
aer
air
498 terms
A2 Latin Prose Language
abdo, abdere, abdidi, abditus
abeo, abire, abii
abhinc
absens
hide
go away
ago
absent
abdo, abdere, abdidi, abditus
hide
abeo, abire, abii
go away
83 terms
Latin language
Actio in rem
Actio in persōnam
Actio poenālis
Actio mixta
Вещный иск
Личный иск
Штрафной иск
Смешанный иск
Actio in rem
Вещный иск
Actio in persōnam
Личный иск
33 terms
Latin Language
Proficiscor
Pareo
Conor
Superbus
Set out
Obey
Try
Proud
Proficiscor
Set out
Pareo
Obey
23 terms
latin language
agricola
terra
equus
corpus
agriculture; farmer
terrain, ground land
equestrian; horse
corpse; body
agricola
agriculture; farmer
terra
terrain, ground land
35 terms
latin language
pugno, pugnare, pugnavi
punio, punire, punivi, punitus
puto, putare, putavi, putatus
quaero, quaerere, quaesivi, quaesitus
fight
punish
think, consider, reckon
search for, ask for, ask, inquire
pugno, pugnare, pugnavi
fight
punio, punire, punivi, punitus
punish
55 terms
Latin language
Celo
Alius
Vitupero
Precatus
Hide
Other
Enemy
Having prayed
Celo
Hide
Alius
Other
39 terms
Latin language
pauper, pauperis
pax, pacis
pecunia, pecuniae
pedes, peditis
poor
peace
money
infantry
pauper, pauperis
poor
pax, pacis
peace
17 terms
Latin language
hello
bye
father
mother
salve
vale
patrem
mater
hello
salve
bye
vale
9 terms
Cambridge Latin Course Stage 2 - About the language
amicus Caecilium salutat.
amicus Metellam salutat.
amicus canem salutat.
Metella culinam intrat.
The friend greets Caecilius.
The friend greets Metella.
The friend greets the dog.
Metella enters the kitchen.
amicus Caecilium salutat.
The friend greets Caecilius.
amicus Metellam salutat.
The friend greets Metella.
20 terms
Language Latin
Audi
Bene
Cap-capt-cpt-cip
Cede-cede-ceas-cess
Hear... Audible-audience
Good... Benefit-benign
Take... Capitulate-captive-concept
Happen,yield,go... Precede-proceed-decease
Audi
Hear... Audible-audience
Bene
Good... Benefit-benign
35 terms
Latin Language
Eum
Eam
Id
Eos/Eas
Him/it
Her/it
It/that
Them
Eum
Him/it
Eam
Her/it
23 terms
Latin Language
in toto
per se
quid pro quo
ne plus ultra
in the whole (completely)
by itself (intrinsically)
something for something (one thing in return for another)
not more beyond (the highest point)
in toto
in the whole (completely)
per se
by itself (intrinsically)
18 terms
Language -2
vital
inescapable
shipping
prominent
жизненно важный
неизбежный, ... неотвратимый
транспортировка
выдающийся, знаменитый
vital
жизненно важный
inescapable
неизбежный, ... неотвратимый
74 terms
Latin language
Ago
Cado
Capio
Caput
Agere, egi, actus - I do / drive
Cadere, cecidi, casus -I fall
Capere, cepi, captus - I capture
Capitis - head
Ago
Agere, egi, actus - I do / drive
Cado
Cadere, cecidi, casus -I fall
50 terms
GCSE Latin Language 2 2015 trans
audio
manus
promitto
fidelis
I hear
hand, band of men
I promise
faithful
audio
I hear
manus
hand, band of men
21 terms
Latin language phrases
Et cetera / etc.
Acta non verba
Ante meridiem / A.M
Post meridiem P.M
And the others
Acts, not words
Before noon
After noon
Et cetera / etc.
And the others
Acta non verba
Acts, not words
42 terms
NLE Latin 3 LANGUAGE
causa / gratia (+genitive)
legendi causa / gratia
ad legendum
ad naves reficiendas
for the sake of
for the sake of reading
for the purpose of reading
for the purpose of repairing the ships
causa / gratia (+genitive)
for the sake of
legendi causa / gratia
for the sake of reading
24 terms
Identify Figurative Language 2
simile
metaphor
hyperbole
alliteration
a comparison of two things using like or as
a direct comparison of two different things
extreme exaggeration
repetition of initial consonant sounds
simile
a comparison of two things using like or as
metaphor
a direct comparison of two different things
42 terms
GCSE Latin Language 2 2015 comp
bellum
ferox
summus
ostendo
war
fierce
utmost
I show
bellum
war
ferox
fierce
13 terms
Figurative Language 2
figurative language
simile
metaphor
alliteration
language used by writers to produce images in readers' minds…
a comparison of two things using "like" or "as" (not what it…
a direct comparison of two different things NOT using "like"…
repetition of beginning consonant sounds
figurative language
language used by writers to produce images in readers' minds…
simile
a comparison of two things using "like" or "as" (not what it…
152 terms
Latin languages
one
two
three
four
unus
duo
tres
quattor
one
unus
two
duo
40 terms
Latin languages
anthrop
arch
aud
carn
man
chief, first, rule
hear, listen
flesh
anthrop
man
arch
chief, first, rule
150 terms
Mrs Basini-Guy's Latin Language #2
acer
accuso
adhuc
adversus
keen
accuse
up till now, still
hostile
acer
keen
accuso
accuse
400 terms
WJEC Latin Level 2 Language Vocabulary List
a, ab
absum
ac, atque
accido
from, by (as prefix = away)
be out, be absent, be away
and
happen
a, ab
from, by (as prefix = away)
absum
be out, be absent, be away
11 terms
Quarter 2 Building Language (Latin Stems)
word stems
Latin
dict
duct
parts of words
the language that gives us many stems
say
lead
word stems
parts of words
Latin
the language that gives us many stems
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