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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)
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)
17 terms
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
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.
8 terms
Latin for Americans Book 1 Lesson 27
neighbor, m.
battle, n.
wind, m.
neighboring
finitimus, -i
proelium, -i
ventus, -i
finitimus, -a, -um
neighbor, m.
finitimus, -i
battle, n.
proelium, -i
9 terms
Latin for Americans Book 1 Lesson 14
field, m.
son, m.
teacher, m.
boy, m.
ager, agrī
filius, filī
magister, magistrī
puer, puerī
field, m.
ager, agrī
son, m.
filius, filī
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
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
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
9 terms
Latin for Americans Book 1, Lesson 10
training, instruction
language, tongue
country, fatherland
to increase
disciplīna, -ae, f.
lingua, -ae, f.
patria, -ae, f.
augeō, augēre
training, instruction
disciplīna, -ae, f.
language, tongue
lingua, -ae, f.
9 terms
Latin for Americans Book 1 Lesson 16
year, m.
foreigner, barbarian, m.
camp, n. pl.
plan, advice, n.
annus, annī
barbarus, barbarī
castra, castrōrum
cōnsilium, cōnsilī
year, m.
annus, annī
foreigner, barbarian, m.
barbarus, barbarī
13 terms
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 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
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
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…
9 terms
Latin for Americans Book 1, Lesson 7
m. friend
f. letter
f. loot, booty
pleasing, grateful
amīcus, amīcī
littera, litterae
praeda, praedae
grātus, grāta, grātum
m. friend
amīcus, amīcī
f. letter
littera, litterae
13 terms
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
7 terms
Latin for Americans, Book 1, Lesson 9
f. daughter
f. hour
my, mine
fifth
fīlia, fīliae
hōra, hōrae
meus, mea, meum
quīntus, quīnta, quīntum
f. daughter
fīlia, fīliae
f. hour
hōra, hōrae
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
7 terms
Latin for Americans Book 1 Lesson 28
guard, protection, n.
to call, to name
or
either . . . or
praesidium, -i
appellō, appellāre, appellāvī, appellatus
aut
aut . . . aut
guard, protection, n.
praesidium, -i
to call, to name
appellō, appellāre, appellāvī, appellatus
7 terms
Latin for Americans Book 1 Lesson 26
poet, m.
remaining, rest (of)
to read, to gather, to choose
to gather, to choose
poeta, -ae
reliquus, -a, -um
legō, legere, lēgī, lectus
legō, legere, lēgī, lectus
poet, m.
poeta, -ae
remaining, rest (of)
reliquus, -a, -um
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
7 terms
Latin for Americans Book 1 Lesson 23
firm, strong
constant
to affect, to afflict with
to carry on
firmus, -a, -um
perpetuus, -a, -um
afficiō, afficere, affēci, affectus
gerō, gerere, gessi, gestus
firm, strong
firmus, -a, -um
constant
perpetuus, -a, -um
8 terms
Latin for Americans Book 1 Lesson 4
m, cart, wagon
m, horse
m, slave
bad
carrus, carri
equus, equi
servus, servī
malus, mala, malum
m, cart, wagon
carrus, carri
m, horse
equus, equi
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
9 terms
Latin for Americans Book 1 Lesson 5
m, food
f, supply, abundance
f, worry, care, concern
f, shape
cibus, cibī
cōpia, cōpiae
cūra, cūrae
fōrma, fōrmae
m, food
cibus, cibī
f, supply, abundance
cōpia, cōpiae
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)
7 terms
Latin For Americans; Book 1, Lesson 17
arms, weapons; n pl
help, aid; n
war; n
harmony, f
arma, armōrum
auxilium, auxiliī
bellum, bellī
concordia, concordiae
arms, weapons; n pl
arma, armōrum
help, aid; n
auxilium, auxiliī
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
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
8 terms
Latin for Americans Book 1, Lesson 11
friendship; f.
glory; f.
gratitude, influence, favor; f.
to remain
amicītia, amicītiae
glōria, glōriae
grātia, grātiae
maneō, manēre
friendship; f.
amicītia, amicītiae
glory; f.
glōria, glōriae
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
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
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
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…
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
22 terms
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
8 terms
Latin for Americans Book 1 Lesson 13
prisoner (m.)
dinner (f.)
one at a time, one by one
to move
captivus, capitīvī
cēna, cēnae
singulī, singulae, singula
moveō, movēre, mōvī, mōtus
prisoner (m.)
captivus, capitīvī
dinner (f.)
cēna, cēnae
6 terms
Social Studies Latin Americans
latino
population
migrate
industry
born or descended from a person in a Latin American country
number of people in a place
to move from one region to another reigon
type of business
latino
born or descended from a person in a Latin American country
population
number of people in a place
9 terms
Latin For Americans Book 1, Lesson 20
temple, n
beautiful
to take; to seize
to receive
templum, templī
pulcher, pulchra, pulchrum
capiō, capere, cēpī, captus
accipiō, accipere, accēpī, acceptus
temple, n
templum, templī
beautiful
pulcher, pulchra, pulchrum
14 terms
Latin for Americans Book 1 Lesson 25
to thank
to feel grateful
to live a life
to wage war
grātiās agere
grātiam habēre
vītam agere
bellum gerere
to thank
grātiās agere
to feel grateful
grātiam habēre
9 terms
Latin For Americans Book 1, Lesson 19
duty, n
to do; ... [to drive; to discuss; to live…
to move; to move away from; to yield;…
to approach
officium, officī
agō, agere, ēgī, āctus
cēdō, cēdere, cessī, cessūrus
accēdō, accēdere, accessī, accessūrus-
duty, n
officium, officī
to do; ... [to drive; to discuss; to live…
agō, agere, ēgī, āctus
19 terms
Latin For Americans Book 2 Lesson XVI
acūtus, acūta, acūtum
ceterī, ceterae, cetera
īnsignis, īnsigne
mīrus, mīra, mīrum
sharp
the other(s)
noted
wonderful
acūtus, acūta, acūtum
sharp
ceterī, ceterae, cetera
the other(s)
11 terms
Latin For Americans, Book 1, Lesson 22
goddess
god
leisure, peace, n.
eagerness, interest
dea, deae
deus, deī
ōtium, ōtī
studium, studī
goddess
dea, deae
god
deus, deī
9 terms
Latin for Americans, Book 1, Lesson 8
f. injustice, wrong, injury
f. memory
f. punishment, penalty
f. province
iniūria, iniūriae
memoria, memoriae
poena, poenae
prōvincia, prōvinciae
f. injustice, wrong, injury
iniūria, iniūriae
f. memory
memoria, memoriae
32 terms
latin american
brazil
Paraguay
Argentina
Uruguay
brazil
Paraguay
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
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
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
15 terms
Latin for Americans 2: Lesson X Vocabulary
atrium, -i n.
balneum, -i n.
exitus, -ūs m.
mulier, mulieris f.
atrium, hall
bath
outcome, departure
woman, wife
atrium, -i n.
atrium, hall
balneum, -i n.
bath
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