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additional latin language 5
morior
moveo
ne
ne...quidem
die
move
that...not
not even
morior
die
moveo
move
100 terms
Latin Vocab 5 (language)
Lingu
Mot
Nav
Und
Tongue
Move
Ship
Wave
Lingu
Tongue
Mot
Move
20 terms
Latin language page 5
saepe
saluto
scribo
sed
often
greet
write
but
saepe
often
saluto
greet
13 terms
Latin stage 5 language control
Verb -at
Verb -it
Est plural
Puer plural
-ant
-unt
Sunt
Pueri
Verb -at
-ant
Verb -it
-unt
36 terms
Latin Language vocabulary page 5
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
10 terms
AICE English Language List #5 Latin Roots
bene- ... ex. benefactor, benefit, benevo…
cata-... Ex. catapult, catacomb, catastro…
doc- ... Ex. document, doctor, doctrine
man-... Ex. manufacture, manuscript, mane…
well, good
down
teach
hand
bene- ... ex. benefactor, benefit, benevo…
well, good
cata-... Ex. catapult, catacomb, catastro…
down
20 terms
Language Arts - Latin Roots - Lessons 5-6
Coherant
Colloquial
Commiserate
Condone
1. Showing an orderly relation of parts. 2. Sticking together…
1. Characteristic of ordinary conversation rather than formal…
To feel or express sorrow or pity.
1. To forgive; to disregard an offense. 2. To approve or sanc…
Coherant
1. Showing an orderly relation of parts. 2. Sticking together…
Colloquial
1. Characteristic of ordinary conversation rather than formal…
12 terms
Latin extended language 5, Pt. 1
Day
Woods/forests
Stream
Wolf
Dies f.
Silva F.
Rivus m.
Lupus m.
Day
Dies f.
Woods/forests
Silva F.
70 terms
AS Latin Language (pages 5-6)
cultivate, worship, honour
comrade, companion
commit, fight, begin (battle)
prepare, provide, obtain, compare
colo, colere, colui, cultus
comes, comitis
commito, committere, commisi, commissus
comparo, comparare, comparavi, comparatus
cultivate, worship, honour
colo, colere, colui, cultus
comrade, companion
comes, comitis
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
8 terms
Cambridge Latin Course Stage 5 - About the language (nouns and verbs)
amicus ambulat.
amici ambulant.
actor clamat.
actores clamant.
The friend is walking.
The friends are walking.
The actor is shouting.
The actors are shouting.
amicus ambulat.
The friend is walking.
amici ambulant.
The friends are walking.
18 terms
Cambridge Latin Course Stage 5 - About the language (nouns)
puella
puellae
servus
servi
girl
girls
slave
slaves
puella
girl
puellae
girls
10 terms
Language Arts Unit 5 Latin Roots
uni
bi, du
tri
quad(ru), quart
1
2
3
4
uni
1
bi, du
2
10 terms
Greek/Latin Words in the English Language Week 5
Manus
Tempus
Photos
Neutralis
Hand
Time
Light
Neither
Manus
Hand
Tempus
Time
19 terms
Language Latin roots lesson 5-6
Microbe
Microcosm
Tenuous
Minuscule
An organism invisible two naked eye, especially one that caus…
A miniature world; something that resembles something else on…
1. Thin in form... 2. Flimsy; having little substance or validity.
Extremely small.
Microbe
An organism invisible two naked eye, especially one that caus…
Microcosm
A miniature world; something that resembles something else on…
25 terms
language arts latin/greek study set 5
vita
demo
stereo
ism
life
people
solid
doctrine
vita
life
demo
people
Greek and Latin Roots- Language Unit 5
Regnant
Reg
Literalist
Lit
Reigning, ruling, having the greatest influence, currently ho…
Latin... "Guide, Rule"
Taking words/statements exactly as they are stated, literally…
Latin ... "Letter"
Regnant
Reigning, ruling, having the greatest influence, currently ho…
Reg
Latin... "Guide, Rule"
94 terms
Latin Language
servus
gladius
potest
vult
Slave
Sword
Can
Want
servus
Slave
gladius
Sword
122 terms
WoW Latin Language Tables Review Words 5
paracelsian
caducity
conciliabule
cymbiform
Swiss physician
the infirmity or weakness of old age; senility; frailty; tran…
secret meeting of conspirators
shaped like a boat
paracelsian
Swiss physician
caducity
the infirmity or weakness of old age; senility; frailty; tran…
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
92 terms
Latin language
exitium
fere
fido
fodio
ruin
nearly
trust
dig
exitium
ruin
fere
nearly
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
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
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 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
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 _____…
9 terms
The Legacy of Roman Language and Writing 1.5-Latin Roots
anima
civis
lex, legalis
manus
life, breath, soul
citizen, community
law, legal
hand
anima
life, breath, soul
civis
citizen, community
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
21 terms
2016 Latin Exam: Language
Puella; singular
Puella plural
servus singular
servus plural
nominative:puella... genitive: puellae... dative: puellae... accusativ…
nominative: puellae... genitive: puellarum... dative: puellis... accus…
nominative: servus... genitive: servi... dative: servo... accusative:…
nominative: servi... genitive: servorum... dative: servis... accusativ…
Puella; singular
nominative:puella... genitive: puellae... dative: puellae... accusativ…
Puella plural
nominative: puellae... genitive: puellarum... dative: puellis... accus…
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
17 terms
Latin language
hello
bye
father
mother
salve
vale
patrem
mater
hello
salve
bye
vale
39 terms
Latin language
pauper, pauperis
pax, pacis
pecunia, pecuniae
pedes, peditis
poor
peace
money
infantry
pauper, pauperis
poor
pax, pacis
peace
55 terms
Latin language
Celo
Alius
Vitupero
Precatus
Hide
Other
Enemy
Having prayed
Celo
Hide
Alius
Other
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)
19 terms
Greek and Latin roots units 1-5 language arts
Erg, urg
Vig
Ig, ag, act, eg
Pos, pon
Work... Word: ergonomic
Be lively, energetic ... Word: vigorous
Do, drive act... Word: prodigal
To place, to put... Word: imposition
Erg, urg
Work... Word: ergonomic
Vig
Be lively, energetic ... Word: vigorous
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
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
8 terms
Figurative Language 5
simile
metaphor
personification
alliteration
comparing two unlike things using words such as "like" or "as…
comparing two unlike things NOT using the words "like" or "as…
giving an object or animal human feelings, thoughts, attitude…
repeated beginning consonant sounds... Example: The fog filtered…
simile
comparing two unlike things using words such as "like" or "as…
metaphor
comparing two unlike things NOT using the words "like" or "as…
13 terms
Culture, Language, and Culture of Latin America
Indigenous Population
Diversity
Trade Barrier
International Trade
The native or original people of a particular region or count…
Having people who are different races or who have different c…
A government imposed restriction to limit trade with other co…
The exchange of capital, goods, and services between countries.
Indigenous Population
The native or original people of a particular region or count…
Diversity
Having people who are different races or who have different c…
20 terms
Figurative Language (1-5)
Simile
Personification
Metaphor
Hyperbole
(símil) comparing two unlike things using words such as "like…
..., A figure of speech in which an object or animal is given…
comparing two unlike things NOT using words such as "like" or…
( hipérbole) exaggeration
Simile
(símil) comparing two unlike things using words such as "like…
Personification
..., A figure of speech in which an object or animal is given…
88 terms
NLE Latin 1 Prep - Language
Nominative
Genitive
Dative
Accusative
subject, predicative nominative
possession
indirect object
direct object, object of preposition
Nominative
subject, predicative nominative
Genitive
possession
13 terms
Figurative Language Grade 5
metaphor
alliteration
simile
idiom
A comparison of two unlike things that says something is anot…
When two or more words begin with the same initial sound. ... R…
A comparison of two things using the words like or as. For ex…
A word or phrase that means something other than what is actu…
metaphor
A comparison of two unlike things that says something is anot…
alliteration
When two or more words begin with the same initial sound. ... R…
22 terms
Latin about the language infinitives
Loquax cantare vult
Servi dominum videre nolunt
Puri celeriter currere possunt
Salvius bregamtem punire potest
Loquax wants to sing
The slaves do not want to see the master
The boys are able to run quickly
Salvias is able to punish Bregans
Loquax cantare vult
Loquax wants to sing
Servi dominum videre nolunt
The slaves do not want to see the master
62 terms
Sign language List 5
ball
bathroom
board
book
ball
bathroom
27 terms
Latin Language IB - Non GCSE Words Page 5
fodio (fossus)
foedus
fortasse
fossa
dig
treaty, agreement
perhaps
ditch, trench
fodio (fossus)
dig
foedus
treaty, agreement
9 terms
SL 5 Classroom language
be quiet
sit down
I don't understand
open your books
be quiet
sit down
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