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Latin Chapter 13 Vocab
Cōgitō
Mutō
spectō
patria
I think
I change
to look for
fatherland
Cōgitō
I think
Mutō
I change
32 terms
Latin - Chapter 13
aurīga, -ae, m.
virga, -ae, f.
rūsticus, -ī, m.
tabellārius, -ī, m.
charioteer
stick, rod, switch
peasant
courier
aurīga, -ae, m.
charioteer
virga, -ae, f.
stick, rod, switch
latin vocabulary chapter 13
iter
iter faciēbant
tribus diēbus
volēbat
journey [itinerant]
they were traveling, making a journey [itinerary, fact]
within three days [tricycle, meridian]
he/she wanted [volunteer]
iter
journey [itinerant]
iter faciēbant
they were traveling, making a journey [itinerary, fact]
20 terms
Chapter 13 Latin Vocab
iter facere
tribus diēbus
volō, velle, (irreg.)
quiēscō, quiēscere
to make a journey, to travel
in three days
to wish, want
to rest, keep quiet
iter facere
to make a journey, to travel
tribus diēbus
in three days
23 terms
Latin l Chapter 13
aurïga
rüsticus
tabellärius
civis
charioteer
peasant
courier
citizen
aurïga
charioteer
rüsticus
peasant
13 terms
Latin Chapter 13
Amor, amoris, m.
flamma, flammae, f.
frater, fratris, m.
mater, matris, f.
love
flame
brother
mother
Amor, amoris, m.
love
flamma, flammae, f.
flame
Latin Chapter 13 Vocabulary
iter, itineris (n.)
pes, pedis (m.)
civis, civis (m/f)
pars, partis (f.)
journey
foot
civum
partium
iter, itineris (n.)
journey
pes, pedis (m.)
foot
27 terms
Latin - Chapter 13
iter
iter faciēbant
tribus diēbus
volēbat
journey [itinerant]
they were traveling, making a journey [itinerary, fact]
within three days [tricycle, meridian]
he/she wanted [volunteer]
iter
journey [itinerant]
iter faciēbant
they were traveling, making a journey [itinerary, fact]
41 terms
LATIN Chapter 13 Vocabulary
nihilum, nihilī or nīlum, nīlī n.
pretium, pretiī n.
honor, honōris m.
lūmen, lūminis n.
nothing
price, value
honor, respect; (political) office
light, radiance; (in pl.) eyes
nihilum, nihilī or nīlum, nīlī n.
nothing
pretium, pretiī n.
price, value
Latin: Chapter 13
A, Ab
Auriga, Aurigae m.(1)
Civic, Civis (gen. pl. civicum) m.f.(3)
Erat
Away from
Charioteer
Citizen
It was
A, Ab
Away from
Auriga, Aurigae m.(1)
Charioteer
17 terms
Chapter 13 Wheelock's Latin
dīvitiae, dīvitiārum, f. pl.
factum, factī, n.
signum, signī, n.
ipse, ipsa, ipsum
riches, wealth
deed, act, achievement
sign, signal, indication; seal
intensive pronoun
dīvitiae, dīvitiārum, f. pl.
riches, wealth
factum, factī, n.
deed, act, achievement
26 terms
Latin Chapter 13 Vocab
aurīga, -ae (m.)
virga, -ae (f.)
Kalendae, -arum (f. pl.)
Nōnae, ārum (f. pl.)
charioteer
stick (thin stick used for whipping)
the Kalends
the 5th or 7th of the month
aurīga, -ae (m.)
charioteer
virga, -ae (f.)
stick (thin stick used for whipping)
14 terms
Latin Alive! Chapter 13
marītus, ī (m)
nūntius, ī (m)
vīlla, vīllae (f)
virtūs, virtūtis (f)
husband
messenger; message
farmhouse, villa
manhood, courage, virtue
marītus, ī (m)
husband
nūntius, ī (m)
messenger; message
Latin chapter 13
ēvigilō, ēvigilāre
excito, excitāre
invideō, invidēre (+Dat)
teneō, tenēre
to wake up
to rouse, awaken
to envy
to hold
ēvigilō, ēvigilāre
to wake up
excito, excitāre
to rouse, awaken
28 terms
Latin 1 Chapter 13 Vocab
iter
iter faciebant
tribus diebus
volebat
journey
(they) were traveling
in 3 days
(he/she) wanted
iter
journey
iter faciebant
(they) were traveling
Chapter 13 - Latin II
aedificium, aedificii
aula, aulae
bestia, bestiae
calor, caloris
building
palace
beast
heat
aedificium, aedificii
building
aula, aulae
palace
Latin Chapter 13
caligo
cinis
clāmor
dolor
vapor, gloom, darkness
ashes, ruin, death
shout
pain, suffering
caligo
vapor, gloom, darkness
cinis
ashes, ruin, death
Latin chapter 13 missed
cōgitō
via
cēna
aura
I think
road
dinner
breeze
cōgitō
I think
via
road
Latin Alive 2 Chapter 13 Vocab
Cālīgō, cālīginis, fēminīnum
Cinis, Cineris, Masculīnum
Clāmor, clāmōris, Masculīnum
Dolor, Dolōris, Masculīnum
Vapor or gloom or darkness (noun)
Ashes, probably the remains of something (noun)
A shout (noun)
Pain or suffering (noun)
Cālīgō, cālīginis, fēminīnum
Vapor or gloom or darkness (noun)
Cinis, Cineris, Masculīnum
Ashes, probably the remains of something (noun)
Latin 1 Chapter 13
iter
volebat
identidem
iubebat
journey
he/she wanted
again and again
he ordered, kept ordering
iter
journey
volebat
he/she wanted
14 terms
Latin Chapter 13
divitiae, divitiārum, f
factum, factī, n
signum, signī, n
quisque, m/f
wealth, riches
deed
sign, seal, signal
each
divitiae, divitiārum, f
wealth, riches
factum, factī, n
deed
Latin Chapter 13 Vocab
I love, to love, I loved, loved
gate
forest
I give, to give, I gave, gave
amō, amare, amāvī, amatūm
porta
sylva
dō, dare, dedī, datūm
I love, to love, I loved, loved
amō, amare, amāvī, amatūm
gate
porta
23 terms
Latin Chapter 13 Vocab
Iūdex, iūdicis, m
Mēcum
Nihil
Quid?
Judge
With me
Nothing
What?
Iūdex, iūdicis, m
Judge
Mēcum
With me
100 terms
Latin for Children A Chapter 13 (Comprehensive)
bonus, bona, bonum
malus, mala, malum
nōtus, nōta, nōtum
ignōtus, ignōta, ignōtum
good
bad
known
unknown
bonus, bona, bonum
good
malus, mala, malum
bad
18 terms
Latin Ch13
causa, causae
epistula, epistulae
fabula, fabulae
hora, horae
reason, cause
letter, epistle
story
hour
causa, causae
reason, cause
epistula, epistulae
letter, epistle
14 terms
Latin I Chapter 13
MARITUS, -I
NUNTIUS, -I
VILLA, -AE
VIRTUS, -IS
HUSBAND
MESSENGER, MESSAGE
FARMHOUSE
MANHOOD, COURAGE
MARITUS, -I
HUSBAND
NUNTIUS, -I
MESSENGER, MESSAGE
17 terms
Latin Vocab Chapter 13
dīvitiae, dīvitiārum (f. pl.)
signum, signī (n)
quisque, quidque, cuiusque, cuique
doctus, docta, doctum
riches
sign
each one
skilled
dīvitiae, dīvitiārum (f. pl.)
riches
signum, signī (n)
sign
23 terms
Latin 2 Chapter 13
iudex, iudicis
mecum= cum me
nihil
quid?
judge
with me
nothing
what?
iudex, iudicis
judge
mecum= cum me
with me
17 terms
Latin: Chapter 13
divitiae, divitiarum, f.
factum, facti, n.
signum, signi, n.
ipse, ipsa, ipsum
riches, wealth
deed, act, achievement
sign, signal, indication; seal
myself, yourself, himself, herself, itself
divitiae, divitiarum, f.
riches, wealth
factum, facti, n.
deed, act, achievement
23 terms
Latin for the New Millennium Chapter 13 Vocabulary
iudex, iudicis, m.
mecum
tecum
nobiscum
judge
with me
with you
with us
iudex, iudicis, m.
judge
mecum
with me
12 terms
Latin Chapter 13
culp
eval
fa, fat
fort
blame, fault
ages
to speak
strong
culp
blame, fault
eval
ages
27 terms
latin chapter 13 vocab
iter
inter faciebant
tribus diebus
volebat
journey
were traveling
in three days
wanted
iter
journey
inter faciebant
were traveling
chapter 13 latin
caput, capitis
carmen, carminis
cor, cordis
corpus, corporis
head
song
heart
body
caput, capitis
head
carmen, carminis
song
27 terms
Chapter 13 latin vocab
iter
iter faciēbant
tribus diēbus
volēbat
journey [itinerant]
they were traveling, making a journey [itinerary, fact]
within three days [tricycle, meridian]
he/she wanted [volunteer]
iter
journey [itinerant]
iter faciēbant
they were traveling, making a journey [itinerary, fact]
21 terms
Latin Chapter 13
iter faciebant
tribus diebus
volebant
identidem
they were traveling
in three days
wanted
again and again
iter faciebant
they were traveling
tribus diebus
in three days
22 terms
latin words chapter 13
adveniō, adventīre, advēnī
aedificium
aeger
alter
arrive
building
sick, ill
the other, the second
adveniō, adventīre, advēnī
arrive
aedificium
building
Latin Chapter 13
annus
mensis
dies
saeculum
year
month
day
century
annus
year
mensis
month
Latin chapter 13
Divitiae
Factum
Signum
Ipse,ipsa,ipsud
Riches, wealth
Deed
Sign signal
Myself, yourself, himself
Divitiae
Riches, wealth
Factum
Deed
23 terms
Chapter 13 latin vocab
iudex, iudicis, m
mecum
nihil
quid?
judge
with me
nothing
what
iudex, iudicis, m
judge
mecum
with me
Latin Chapter 13 Vocab
evilgilo, -are
excito, -are
invideo, -ere + dat
teneo, -ere
I wake up
I rouse; I awaken
I envy
I hold
evilgilo, -are
I wake up
excito, -are
I rouse; I awaken
13 terms
Latin Chapter 13
Britannia, Brittanae
causa, causae
Creta, Cretae
fabula, fabulae
feminine, Britain
feminine, reason/cause
feminine, Crete
feminine, story (fable)
Britannia, Brittanae
feminine, Britain
causa, causae
feminine, reason/cause
27 terms
Chapter 13 Latin Vocabulary
Iter (itinerary)
Iter faciebant
Tribus diebus
Volebat
Journey
They were traveling
In 3 days
He/she wanted
Iter (itinerary)
Journey
Iter faciebant
They were traveling
22 terms
latin chapter 13 vocab
advenio, advenire, adveni
aedifium
aeger
alter
arrive
building
sick
the other
advenio, advenire, adveni
arrive
aedifium
building
23 terms
Latin chapter 13 vocab
iudex
mecum
nihil
quid?
iudex iudicis m judge noun
mecum, cum me with me pronoun
nihil nothing pronoun
quid what pronoun
iudex
iudex iudicis m judge noun
mecum
mecum, cum me with me pronoun
14 terms
Latin Alive 1 Chapter 13
marītus, ī, m.
nūntius, ī, m.
vīlla, vīllae, f.
virtūs, virtūtis, f.
husband
messenger; message
farmhouse
manhood, courage
marītus, ī, m.
husband
nūntius, ī, m.
messenger; message
Chapter 13 Vocab Latin
auriga, -ae
virga, -ae
rusticus, -i
tabellarius, -i
charioteer
stick
peasant
courier
auriga, -ae
charioteer
virga, -ae
stick
Latin Chapter 13 Vocab
auriga -ae m.
virga -ae f.
rusticus -i m.
tabellarius -i m.
charioteer
stick
peasant
courier
auriga -ae m.
charioteer
virga -ae f.
stick
27 terms
latin vocab chapter 13
iter
iter faciebant
tribus diebus
volebat
journey
were traveling
in three days
wanted
iter
journey
iter faciebant
were traveling
15 terms
Chapter 13: Latin Vocabulary
auriga
virga
rusticus
tabellarius
-ae m. charioteer (noun)
-ae f. stick (noun)
-i m. peasant (noun)
-i m. courier (noun)
auriga
-ae m. charioteer (noun)
virga
-ae f. stick (noun)
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