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Lecture 4 Latin Americans
origin
census
Hispanic
Latin American
the place your family originally comes from
officially counting the number of people in a city or country
an American person whose family comes from a Spanish-speaking…
an American person whose family is from one of the Spanish-sp…
origin
the place your family originally comes from
census
officially counting the number of people in a city or country
50 terms
Latin for Americans, Unit 3
amicitia, amicitiae; f.
annus, anni; m.
captivus, captivi; m.
castra, castrorum; n.
friendship
year
prisoner
pl. camp (pl. in form, sing. in meaning)
amicitia, amicitiae; f.
friendship
annus, anni; m.
year
7 terms
Latin for Americans, Lesson VI
sailor
money
wave
sail
nauta, nautae, m. (2nd)
pecūnia, pecūniae, f. (1st)
unda, undae, f. (1st)
nāvigō, nāvigāre, nāvigāvī, nāvigātus
sailor
nauta, nautae, m. (2nd)
money
pecūnia, pecūniae, f. (1st)
10 terms
Latin for Americans: Lesson 8
iniūria, iniūriae, f.
memoria, memoriae, f.
poena, poenae, f.
prōvincia, prōvinciae, f.
(noun) injustice, wrong, injury
(noun) memory
(noun) punishment, penalty
(noun) province
iniūria, iniūriae, f.
(noun) injustice, wrong, injury
memoria, memoriae, f.
(noun) memory
65 terms
Latin Americans
Latin Americans were influenced by....
Bolivar gov
Bolivar vs Martin
Before Revolution Portugal controlled...
ideas from the French and American Revolutions and the Enligh…
wanted a representative government based on popular sovereign…
Bolivar was active in the north and Martin was active in the…
Brazil
Latin Americans were influenced by....
ideas from the French and American Revolutions and the Enligh…
Bolivar gov
wanted a representative government based on popular sovereign…
7 terms
Latin for Americans: Lesson 6
nauta, nautae, m.
pecūnia, pecūniae, f.
unda, undae, f.
nāvigō, nāvigāre, nāvigāvī, nāvigātus
(noun) sailor
(noun) money
(noun) wave
(verb) sail
nauta, nautae, m.
(noun) sailor
pecūnia, pecūniae, f.
(noun) money
10 terms
Latin for Americans: Lesson 4
carrus, carrī, m.
equus, equī, m.
servus, servī, m.
malus, mala, malum
(noun) cart, wagon
(noun) horse
(noun) slave
(adjective) bad
carrus, carrī, m.
(noun) cart, wagon
equus, equī, m.
(noun) horse
8 terms
Latin for Americans, Lesson V
food
supply, abundance
worry, care, concern
shape
cibus, cibī, m. (noun)
copia, copiae, f. (noun)
cura, curae, f. (noun)
forma, formae, f. (noun)
food
cibus, cibī, m. (noun)
supply, abundance
copia, copiae, f. (noun)
39 terms
Latin For Americans Unit I
aqua, -ae, f.
insula, -ae, f.
silva, -ae, f.
via, -ae, f.
water
island
forest, woords
road, way, street
aqua, -ae, f.
water
insula, -ae, f.
island
8 terms
Latin for Americans: Lesson 5
cibus, cibī, m.
cōpia, cōpiae, f.
cūra, cūrae, f.
fōrma, fōrmae, f.
(noun) food
(noun) supply, abundance
(noun) worry, care, concern
(noun) shape
cibus, cibī, m.
(noun) food
cōpia, cōpiae, f.
(noun) supply, abundance
Latin for Americans, lesson 3
agricola,ae m.
amo, amare, amavi, amatus
laboro, laborare, laboravi, laboratus
paro, parare, paravi, paratus
farmer
to love
to work
to prepare
agricola,ae m.
farmer
amo, amare, amavi, amatus
to love
9 terms
Latin for Americans: Lesson 1
aqua, aquae, f.
īnsula, īnsulae, f.
silva, silvae, f.
via, viae, f.
(noun) water
(noun) island
(noun) forest, woods
(noun) road, way, street
aqua, aquae, f.
(noun) water
īnsula, īnsulae, f.
(noun) island
Latin for Americans lesson 20
locus, i -m
loca, locorum - n. pl
otium, i -n.
pretium, i -n
place
places
leisure
price
locus, i -m
place
loca, locorum - n. pl
places
25 terms
Latin for Americans
dux, ducis m.
homo, hominis m.
lex, legis f.
miles, militis m.
leader, general
Man, person, human being
law
soldier
dux, ducis m.
leader, general
homo, hominis m.
Man, person, human being
26 terms
Latin for Americans XXXV-XXXVI
fuga, -ae f.
factum, -ī n.
spatium, -ī
certus, -a, -um
flight (retreat), dare in fugam - 'to put ___ into flight' or…
deed
space, time
certain, sure, fixed
fuga, -ae f.
flight (retreat), dare in fugam - 'to put ___ into flight' or…
factum, -ī n.
deed
39 terms
Latin For Americans Unit I
aqua, -ae, f.
insula, -ae, f.
silva, -ae, f.
via, -ae, f.
water
island
forest, woords
road, way, street
aqua, -ae, f.
water
insula, -ae, f.
island
55 terms
Latin for Americans XXXI-XXXIV
dīligentia, -ae f.
pictūra, -ae f.
ruīna, -ae f.
statua, -ae f.
diligence, hard work
picture, painting
downfall, collapse, pl - ruins
statue
dīligentia, -ae f.
diligence, hard work
pictūra, -ae f.
picture, painting
7 terms
Latin for Americans, Bk1, Lesson X
disciplīna,- ae, F.
lingua, -ae, F.
patria, -ae, F.
augeō, augēre, auxī, auctus
training, instruction
tongue, language
fatherland, country
increase
disciplīna,- ae, F.
training, instruction
lingua, -ae, F.
tongue, language
6 terms
Latin for Americans, Bk1, lesson 15
animus
colōnus
habitō, habitāre, habitāvī, habitātus
migrō, migrāre, migrāvī, migrāturus
m. mind, courage, spirit
m. settler, colonist
live, dwell
depart, migrate
animus
m. mind, courage, spirit
colōnus
m. settler, colonist
6 terms
Latin for Americans, Bk1, Lesson XII Vocabulary
casa f.
socius m.
altus, alta, altum
līberō, līberāre, līberāvī, liberātus
house
ally, comrade
high, tall, deep
free
casa f.
house
socius m.
ally, comrade
7 terms
Latin for Americans, Lesson VI
sailor
money
wave
sail
nauta, nautae, m.
pecunia, pecuniae, f.
unda, undae, f.
navigo, navigare, navigavi, navigatus
sailor
nauta, nautae, m.
money
pecunia, pecuniae, f.
13 terms
Latin for Americans lesson 39
canis, canis, m+f
gaudium, gaudī n
iūs, iūris, n
libertās, libertātis f
dog
joy, gladness
right
freedom, liberty
canis, canis, m+f
dog
gaudium, gaudī n
joy, gladness
30 terms
Latin American
peninsulares
creole
mestizo
mulatto
Residents of Latin American territories who were Spanish-born…
Latin Americans who were descendants of the Europeans, but bo…
Latin Americans who were of mixed European (Spanish) and Nati…
Latin Americans who were of mixed African and European (Spani…
peninsulares
Residents of Latin American territories who were Spanish-born…
creole
Latin Americans who were descendants of the Europeans, but bo…
44 terms
Latin For Americans Unit IV
arma, armorum, n.
auxilium, auxili, n.
bellum, belli, n.
concordia, concordiae, f.
arm, weapons
aid, help
war
harmony
arma, armorum, n.
arm, weapons
auxilium, auxili, n.
aid, help
36 terms
Latin for Americans Unit 4
arma, -ōrum
auxilium, auxilī
bellum, -ī
causa, -ae
arms, weapons
aid, help
war
cause, reason, case
arma, -ōrum
arms, weapons
auxilium, auxilī
aid, help
8 terms
Latin for Americans, Bk 1, Lesson XI
amīcitia, F.
glōria f.
grātia f.
māteria f.
friendship
glory
gratitude, influence
matter, timber
amīcitia, F.
friendship
glōria f.
glory
9 terms
Latin for Americans, Bk.1, lesson 16
annus
barbarus
castra (castrōrum)
cōnsilium
m, year
m. foreigner, barbarian
n. (pl in form, singular in meaning) camp
n. plan, advice
annus
m, year
barbarus
m. foreigner, barbarian
43 terms
Latin for Americans unit 9
caput, capitis, n
carmen, carminis n
clamor, clamoris m
corpus, corporis n
head
song
noise, shouting
body
caput, capitis, n
head
carmen, carminis n
song
6 terms
Latin for Americans: Lesson 12
casa, casae, f.
socius, socī, m.
altus, alta, altum
līberō, līberāre, līberāvī, līberātus
(noun) house
(noun) ally, comrade
(adjective) high, tall, deep
(verb) free
casa, casae, f.
(noun) house
socius, socī, m.
(noun) ally, comrade
Latin Americans
colony
Christopher Columbus
Asia
island
A settlement that is ruled by another country.
? left his country,Spain to explore the West coast in 1492.
CC was trying to reach ? but he landed on a caribbean island…
CC left some people on the ? to start a colony.
colony
A settlement that is ruled by another country.
Christopher Columbus
? left his country,Spain to explore the West coast in 1492.
latin americans
colony
Christopher Columbus
he was trying to
Christopher Columbus
a settlement that is ruled by another country
left his country spain to explore the west coast of the atlan…
to reach asia but he landed on a Caribbean island instead
left some people on the island to start a new colony
colony
a settlement that is ruled by another country
Christopher Columbus
left his country spain to explore the west coast of the atlan…
7 terms
Latin for Americans: Lesson 10
disciplīna, disciplīnae, f.
lingua, linguae, f.
patria, patriae, f.
augeō, augēre, auxī, auctus
(noun) training, instruction
(noun) tongue, language
(noun) fatherland, country
(verb) increase
disciplīna, disciplīnae, f.
(noun) training, instruction
lingua, linguae, f.
(noun) tongue, language
7 terms
Latin for Americans: Lesson 11
amīcitia, amīcitiae, f.
glōria, glōriae, f.
grātia, grātiae, f.
māteria, māteriae, f.
(noun) friendship
(noun) glory
(noun) gratitude, influence
(noun) matter, timber
amīcitia, amīcitiae, f.
(noun) friendship
glōria, glōriae, f.
(noun) glory
10 terms
Latin for Americans, Bk1, Lesson VIII
iniūria, iniūriae, F.
memoria, memoriae, F.
poena, poenae, F.
prōvincia, prōvinciae, F.
injustice, wrong, injury
memory
punishment, penalty
province
iniūria, iniūriae, F.
injustice, wrong, injury
memoria, memoriae, F.
memory
26 terms
Unit VII Latin for Americans Vocabulary
dīligentia, dīligentiae
lūdus, lūdī
dō, dare, dedī, datus
submittō, submittere, submīsī, submissus
. ... diligence
game, play, show, school
give
let down, furnish
dīligentia, dīligentiae
. ... diligence
lūdus, lūdī
game, play, show, school
8 terms
Latin for Americans Bk.1 Lesson XIII
captīvus, ī
cēna, -ae
singulī, singulae, singula
moveō, movēre, mōvī, mōtus
m. prisoner
f. dinner
one by one (always plural)
move
captīvus, ī
m. prisoner
cēna, -ae
f. dinner
9 terms
Latin for Americans, Lesson V
food
supply, abundance
troops
worry, care, concern
cibus, cibī, m.
copia, copiae, f.
copiae, copiārum, f.
cura, curae, f.
food
cibus, cibī, m.
supply, abundance
copia, copiae, f.
41 terms
Latin for Americans Unit 2 Vocabulary
cibus, -i m.
copia, -ae f.
cura, -ae f.
forma, -ae f.
food
supply
worry
shape
cibus, -i m.
food
copia, -ae f.
supply
7 terms
Latin for Americans, Bk1, Lesson IX
fīlia, fīliae, F.
hōra, hōrae, F
meus, mea, meum
quīntus, quīnta, quīntum
daughter
hour
my, mine
fifth
fīlia, fīliae, F.
daughter
hōra, hōrae, F
hour
Latin for Americans, Book 2, chapter 1
forum, -i n.
civitas, -tatis f
princeps, principis m
pax, pacis f
forum
state
chief
peace
forum, -i n.
forum
civitas, -tatis f
state
40 terms
Latin I: Latin for Americans Unit 1
agricola, agricolae m.
aqua, aquae f.
carrus, carri m.
equus, equi m.
farmer
water
cart, wagon
horse
agricola, agricolae m.
farmer
aqua, aquae f.
water
Latin for Americans
adulescentulus, i, m
arma, orum n pl
atrium, i n
auxilium, i n
young man
weapons
hall way
aid, help
adulescentulus, i, m
young man
arma, orum n pl
weapons
15 terms
Latin for Americans lesson 38
cīvis, cīvis, m+f
cīvitās, cīvitātis, f
cupiditās, cupiditātis, f
fīnis, fīnis, m
citizen
citizenship, state
desire
end; pl borders or territory
cīvis, cīvis, m+f
citizen
cīvitās, cīvitātis, f
citizenship, state
9 terms
Latin for Americans, Bk1, Lesson VII
amīcus, amīcī, M.
littera, litterae, F.
praeda, praedae, F.
gratus, grata, gratum
friend
letter (of the alphabet) ; plural, a letter (epistle)
loot, booty
pleasing, grateful
amīcus, amīcī, M.
friend
littera, litterae, F.
letter (of the alphabet) ; plural, a letter (epistle)
Latin for Americans Lesson XXII
dea, -ae, F
deus, -ī, M
ōtium, ōtī, N
studium, studī, N
goddess
god
leisure, peace
eagerness, interest; pl. studies
dea, -ae, F
goddess
deus, -ī, M
god
Latin For Americans Lesson 9
filia, filiae- f.
hora, horae- f.
meus, mea, meum
quintus, quinta, quintum
daughter
hour
my
fifth
filia, filiae- f.
daughter
hora, horae- f.
hour
Latin for Americans - Unit V Latin 2 words
valeo valere valui valitus
ita
afficio afficere affeci affectus
incipio incipere incepi inceptus
be strong, be well
so
affect, afflict with
take on, begin
valeo valere valui valitus
be strong, be well
ita
so
36 terms
Latin for Americans Unit IV Vocabulary
accedo,accedere,__________
aequus,a,um
ago,agere,_________,___________
arma,armorum
to approach
equal
to act, lead, conduct, drive
arms, weapons
accedo,accedere,__________
to approach
aequus,a,um
equal
10 terms
Latin for Americans Lesson 2
fama, famae f.
familia, familiae f.
fortuna, fortunae f.
puella, puellae f.
fame, rumor, report
family
fortune
girl
fama, famae f.
fame, rumor, report
familia, familiae f.
family
10 terms
Latin for Americans lesson 36
herba, -ae
impedimentum, -ī, n
nihil
saccus, -ī, m
herb, plant, grass
hinderance, pl baggage
nothing
sack, bag
herba, -ae
herb, plant, grass
impedimentum, -ī, n
hinderance, pl baggage
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