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Caldwell Academy 3rd Grade Latin Chapter 6
vigilō, vigilāre, vigilāvī, vigilātum
clāmō, clāmāre, clāmāvī, clāmātum
tardō, tardāre, tardāvī, tardātum
habitō, habitāre, habitāvī, habitātum
to watch or guard
to shout
to delay
to live
vigilō, vigilāre, vigilāvī, vigilātum
to watch or guard
clāmō, clāmāre, clāmāvī, clāmātum
to shout
25 terms
Latin 6 Thales Academy Chapter 10
Eo Ipso Tempore
Ubi
Equus
Paratus
at that very moment
where, when
horse
ready
Eo Ipso Tempore
at that very moment
Ubi
where, when
Latin lesson 6-11 Moravian academy
Nauta,nautae
Pecunia pecuniae
Unda,undae
Navigo navigare
M sailor
Money
Wave
To sail
Nauta,nautae
M sailor
Pecunia pecuniae
Money
14 terms
Second Form Latin-Lesson 6 (Arete Academy)
brevis, -e
fácilis, -e
diffícilis, -e
fortis, -e
short, brief
easy
difficult
strong, brave
brevis, -e
short, brief
fácilis, -e
easy
26 terms
Ursuline Academy Latin 1 Stage 6 Vocab
abest
aberat
avarus
bonus
is out, is absent
was out, was absent
miser
good
abest
is out, is absent
aberat
was out, was absent
32 terms
Trinity Academy Latin 2014-15 Lessons 6-10
regina
stella
silva
terra
queen
star
forest
earth
regina
queen
stella
star
107 terms
Second Form Latin Lessons 2-6 Review (Arete Academy)
vir, viri m.
puer, pueri m.
vesper, vesperi m.
ager, agri m.
man
boy, child
evening
field, ground
vir, viri m.
man
puer, pueri m.
boy, child
51 terms
Latin quiz Columbus academy 6 th grade 4 th quarter
I am
You are
We are
You are
Sum
Es
Sumus
Estis
I am
Sum
You are
Es
10 terms
Loyola Academy Latin 3 Track 6 Semester 2 Final
Horatory
Jussive
Optative
Deliberative
1st Person, o/ or r
3rd Person, t or tur
Utinam
?
Horatory
1st Person, o/ or r
Jussive
3rd Person, t or tur
SkyView Academy Mr. Cox's 2nd Period Latin: Chapter 6
Altus, Alta, Altum
Bonus, Bona, Bonum
Ferus, Fera, Ferum
Lātus, Lāta, Lātum
high, tall, deep
good
wild, fierce, savage
wide, broad
Altus, Alta, Altum
high, tall, deep
Bonus, Bona, Bonum
good
27 terms
Lessons 3 and 4 Latin for Children + extras
errō, errāre, errāvī, errātum
stō, stāre, stetī, statum
parō, parāre, parāvī, parātum
sum, esse, fui, futūrum
I wander, to wander, I wandered, wandered
I stand, to stand, I stood, stood
I prepare, to prepare, I prepared, prepared
I am, to be, I was, about to be
errō, errāre, errāvī, errātum
I wander, to wander, I wandered, wandered
stō, stāre, stetī, statum
I stand, to stand, I stood, stood
34 terms
Master Review Set for Ch 2 Latin for Children Primer A
via
fossa
mēnsa
pāgina
road
ditch
table
page
via
road
fossa
ditch
20 terms
Latin 6 Verb rules grammar practice
person
infinitive
conjugation
conjugating
the term describing the subject as a speaker
the "to" form of a verb
a group of verbs operating in the same way
writing out different forms of a verb
person
the term describing the subject as a speaker
infinitive
the "to" form of a verb
10 terms
Latin Ordinals- Latin-English
primus, a, um
secundus, a, um
tertius, a, um
quartus, a, um
first
second
third
fourth
primus, a, um
first
secundus, a, um
second
15 terms
Latin 6 List #1 Greetings
Salve
Vale
Quid agis?
Quod nomen est tibi?
Hello
Good bye
How are you?
What is your name?
Salve
Hello
Vale
Good bye
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Latin for Children Primer A Ch 6
puer, puerī
vir, virī
germānus, germānī
fīlius, fīliī
boy (M)
man (M)
brother (M)
son (M)
puer, puerī
boy (M)
vir, virī
man (M)
26 terms
CHOF - CLC Latin - Stage 6
abest
avarus
bonus
emit
is out, is absent
miser
good
buys
abest
is out, is absent
avarus
miser
55 terms
Latin Animals with Gender
anas
aquila
araneus
avis
duck (f.)
eagle (f.)
spider (m.)
bird(f.)
anas
duck (f.)
aquila
eagle (f.)
26 terms
Latin for Children A Lessons 8 and 9 Vocabulary
pugnō, pugnāre, pugnāvī, pugnātum
oppugnō, oppugnāre, oppugnāvī, oppugnā…
necō, necāre, necāvī, necātum
ambulō, ambulāre, ambulāvī, ambulātum
I fight, to fight, I fought, fought
I attack, to attack, I attacked, attacked
I kill, to kill, I killed, killed
I walk, to walk, I walked, walked
pugnō, pugnāre, pugnāvī, pugnātum
I fight, to fight, I fought, fought
oppugnō, oppugnāre, oppugnāvī, oppugnā…
I attack, to attack, I attacked, attacked
31 terms
Calendar, Seasons and Time
Dies Solis
Dies Lunae
Dies Martis
Dies Mercurii
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Dies Solis
Sunday
Dies Lunae
Monday
57 terms
Latin Alive 1 Unit 1 Vocabulary (Chapters 2-6)
amō amāre amāvī amātum
cantō cantāre cantāvī cantātum
labōrō labōrārō labōrāvī labōrātum
nāvigō nāvigāre nāvigāvī nāvigātum
I love to love I love loved
I sing to sing I sang sung
I work to work I worked worked
I sail to sail I sailed sailed
amō amāre amāvī amātum
I love to love I love loved
cantō cantāre cantāvī cantātum
I sing to sing I sang sung
10 terms
Latin For Children Book A Chapter 3 Vocab with Macrons
errō, errāre, errāvī, errātum
stō, stāre, stetī, statum
parō, parāre, parāvī, parātum
spectō, spectāre, spectāvī, spectātum
to wander
to stand
to prepare
to look at
errō, errāre, errāvī, errātum
to wander
stō, stāre, stetī, statum
to stand
30 terms
Wheelock's Latin: Chapter 6
dea, deae (singular) deābus (abl. and…
deus, deī, deus (singular) dī, dīs (ab…
discipula, discipulae
discipulus, discipulī
f. goddess
m. god
f. learner, pupil, student
m. learner, pupil, student
dea, deae (singular) deābus (abl. and…
f. goddess
deus, deī, deus (singular) dī, dīs (ab…
m. god
12 terms
Latin I Master List of 2nd Conjugation Verbs
sedeō, sedēre, sēdī, sessus
respondeō, respondēre, respondī, respo…
rīdeō, rīdēre, rīsī, rīsus
videō, vidēre, vīdī, vīsus
to sit
to answer/ respond
to laugh at
to see
sedeō, sedēre, sēdī, sessus
to sit
respondeō, respondēre, respondī, respo…
to answer/ respond
10 terms
Latin For Children Book A Chapter 8 Vocab with Macrons
pugnō, pugnāre, pugnāvī, pugnātum
oppugnō, oppugnāre, oppugnāvī, oppugnā…
necō, necāre, necāvī, necātum
ambulō, ambulāre, ambulāvī, ambulātum
to fight
to attack
to kill
to walk
pugnō, pugnāre, pugnāvī, pugnātum
to fight
oppugnō, oppugnāre, oppugnāvī, oppugnā…
to attack
15 terms
Latin for Children Primer A Ch1
amō, amāre, amāvī, amātum
dō, dāre, dedī, dātum
intrō, intrāre, intrāvī, intrātum
labōrō, labōrāre, labōrāvī, labōrātum
I love, to love, I loved, loved
I give, to give, I gave, given
I enter, to enter, I entered, entered
I work, to work, I worked, worked
amō, amāre, amāvī, amātum
I love, to love, I loved, loved
dō, dāre, dedī, dātum
I give, to give, I gave, given
20 terms
Latin Greetings/Phrases
salvē
magistra
magister
discipulus
hello
teacher (f)
teacher (m)
student (m)
salvē
hello
magistra
teacher (f)
11 terms
Latin For Children Book A Chapter 6 Vocab with Macrons
puer, puerī
vir, virī
fīlius, fīliī
germānus, germānī
boy (m)
man (m)
son (m)
brother (m)
puer, puerī
boy (m)
vir, virī
man (m)
26 terms
CHOF - CLC Latin - Stage 7
cenat, cenavit
centurio
conspicit, conspexit
cum
eats dinner, dines
centurion
catches sight of
with
cenat, cenavit
eats dinner, dines
centurio
centurion
14 terms
Chapter 16 I-Stem Nouns: Latin Vocab Set 16
animal, animalis, animalium N.
civis, civis, civium M. or F.
finis, finis, finium M.
*Plural: fines, finium M.
animal
citizen, fellow citizen
end, boundary
territory
animal, animalis, animalium N.
animal
civis, civis, civium M. or F.
citizen, fellow citizen
30 terms
Lesson 6 and 7 Latin for Children plus some others
equus, equī m.
locus, locī m.
numerus, numerī m.
vigilō, vigilāre, vigilāvī, vigilātum
horse
place
number
I watch (or guard), to watch, I watched, watched
equus, equī m.
horse
locus, locī m.
place
36 terms
Latin I Latin Forms of "Esse" and "Posse"
Sum
Es
Est
Sumus
I am
You are
He/she/it is
We are
Sum
I am
Es
You are
21 terms
Latin for Children Chapter 2
via, viae
fossa, fossae
mēnsa, mēnsae
pāgina, pāginae
f. road
f. ditch
f. table
f. page
via, viae
f. road
fossa, fossae
f. ditch
26 terms
Stage 6
abest
avarus
bonus
emit
is out, is absent
miser
good
buys
abest
is out, is absent
avarus
miser
16 terms
Latin Alive 1 Chapter 8
clāmō clāmāre clāmāvī clāmātum
dēsīderō dēsīderāre dēsīderāvī dēsīder…
exerceō exercēre exercuī exercitum
habeō habēre habuī habitum
I shout to shout I shouted shouted
I desire/wish to desire/wish I desired/wished desired/wished
I train to train I trained trained
I have/hold/consider to have/hold/consider I had/held/conside…
clāmō clāmāre clāmāvī clāmātum
I shout to shout I shouted shouted
dēsīderō dēsīderāre dēsīderāvī dēsīder…
I desire/wish to desire/wish I desired/wished desired/wished
35 terms
Wheelock's Latin (Chapter 7)
amor, amoris
audeo, audēre, ausus sum, -
civitas, civitatis,
carmen, carminis
love m.
to dare ( requires a complementary infinitive)
f. state, citizenship
n. song, poem
amor, amoris
love m.
audeo, audēre, ausus sum, -
to dare ( requires a complementary infinitive)
20 terms
Latin Alive 1 Chapters 7
deus deī m.
flamma flammae f.
scūtum scūtī n.
signum signī n.
god
flame
shield
sign
deus deī m.
god
flamma flammae f.
flame
9 terms
Latin Alive 1 Chapter 3
ambulō ambulāre ambulāvī ambulātum
arō arāre arāvī arātum
habitō habitāre habitāvī habitātum
portō portāre portāvī portātum
I walk to walk I walked walked
I plow to plow I plowed plowed
I live to live I lived lived
I carry to carry I carried carried
ambulō ambulāre ambulāvī ambulātum
I walk to walk I walked walked
arō arāre arāvī arātum
I plow to plow I plowed plowed
6 terms
Latin Alive 1 Chapter 2
amō amāre amāvī amātum
cantō cantāre cantāvī cantātum
labōrō labōrāre labōrāvī labōrātum
nāvigō nāvigāre nāvigāvī nāvigātum
I love to love I loved loved
I sing to sing I sang sang
I work to work I worked worked
I sail to sail I sailed sailed
amō amāre amāvī amātum
I love to love I loved loved
cantō cantāre cantāvī cantātum
I sing to sing I sang sang
13 terms
Latin Alive 1 Chapter 4
agricola agricolae m
fēmina fēminae f
Graecia Graeciae f
incola incolae m
farmer
woman
Greece
settler
agricola agricolae m
farmer
fēmina fēminae f
woman
40 terms
Latin for children Primer A Unit 1 Vocabulary
amõ, amãre, amãvī, amãtum
dõ, dare, dedī, datum
intrõ, intrãre, intrãvī, intrãtum
labõrõ, labõrãre, labõrãvī, labõrãtum
I love, to love, I loved, loved
I give, to give, I gave, given
I enter, to enter, I entered, entered
I work, to work, I worked, worked
amõ, amãre, amãvī, amãtum
I love, to love, I loved, loved
dõ, dare, dedī, datum
I give, to give, I gave, given
18 terms
Latin Alive 1 Chapter 6
ager agrī m
amīcus amīcī m
auxilium auxiliī n
bellum bellī n
field
friend
aid
war
ager agrī m
field
amīcus amīcī m
friend
32 terms
Domus- The Roman House
Insula
Culina
Atrium
Vestibulum
island, apartment building
kitchen
reception room/hall, the central area in a building
entrance way, entrance passage
Insula
island, apartment building
Culina
kitchen
50 terms
Master Set of Numbers
unus
duo
tres
quattuor
1
2
3
4
unus
1
duo
2
89 terms
Latin Alive 2 Vocabulary Unit 6 Chapters 23-27
exitum, -ī, n.
fundus, -ī, m.
præfectus, ī, m.
rēgnātor, rēgnātōris, m. (cf. regnāre)
ruin, destruction
farm
magistrate, official, ruler
ruler
exitum, -ī, n.
ruin, destruction
fundus, -ī, m.
farm
8 terms
Greek Latin Roots 6
alt
am
con
flex
high
friend
with
to bend
alt
high
am
friend
16 terms
Latin Alive Chapter 9
arma, armōrum, n. pl.
carrus, carrī, m.
cōpiae, cōpiārum, f. pl.
frūmentum, frūmentī, n.
weapons, arms
wagon, cart, chariot
troops
grain
arma, armōrum, n. pl.
weapons, arms
carrus, carrī, m.
wagon, cart, chariot
10 terms
Latin for Children A Chapter 2
via, viae
fossa, fossae
mēta, mētae
pāgina,pāginae
road, way
ditch
turning point, goal
page
via, viae
road, way
fossa, fossae
ditch
100 terms
Latin I and II Top list of English Derivatives from Latin for Final
nomen, nominis, (n.)
habito, habitare, habitavi, habitatus
lego, legere, legi, lectus
scribo, scribere, scripsi, scriptus
nominate
habitat
legible
scribe
nomen, nominis, (n.)
nominate
habito, habitare, habitavi, habitatus
habitat
10 terms
Latin for Children A Chapter 3
errō, errāre, errāvī, errātum
stō, stāre, stetī, statum
parō, parāre, parāvī, parātum
spectō, spectāre, spectāvī, spectātum
I wander, to wander, I wandered, wandered
I stand, to stand, I stood, stood
I prepare, to prepare, I prepared, prepared
I look at
errō, errāre, errāvī, errātum
I wander, to wander, I wandered, wandered
stō, stāre, stetī, statum
I stand, to stand, I stood, stood
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