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Caldwell Academy 3rd Grade Latin Chapter 1
amō, amāre, amāvī, amātum
dō, dare, dedī, datum
intrō, intrāre, intrāvī, intrātum
labōrō, labōrāre, labōrāvī, labōrātum
to love
to give
to enter
to work
amō, amāre, amāvī, amātum
to love
dō, dare, dedī, datum
to give
152 terms
Latin Roots College Academy #1
-rupt
abrupt (adj.)
corrupt (adj.)
corrupt (v.)
"break," "burst"
1. broken off; lacking in continuity; steep (ant. sloping)... 2.…
changed ("broken to pieces") from good to bad; vicious
change ("break to pieces") from good to bad; debase; pervert;…
-rupt
"break," "burst"
abrupt (adj.)
1. broken off; lacking in continuity; steep (ant. sloping)... 2.…
50 terms
Latin 1 Vocab Marmion Academy
aqua, aquae f.
īnsula, īnsulae f.
silva, silvae f.
via, viae f.
water
island
forest, woods
road, way, street
aqua, aquae f.
water
īnsula, īnsulae f.
island
JEDI ACADEMY BOOK TEST BOOK #1
2 feet
ewok pilot
5
yes
how tall is Yoda?
what was the name o the comic Roan made?
how many rocks did roan lift up at the force test in the end?
did roan turn pasha's lightsabor off at the tournament?
2 feet
how tall is Yoda?
ewok pilot
what was the name o the comic Roan made?
Chapter 18 Latin 1 Vocabulary, Loyola Academy
Homo, hominis
Legatus, legati
Brevis, brevis, breve
Immobilis, Immobilis, immobile
Man, human
Envoy, ambassador
Short
Motionless
Homo, hominis
Man, human
Legatus, legati
Envoy, ambassador
American Academy Latin 1 Second Quarter Ch 3.06
bellum, -i, n.
consilium, consili, n. (NB Just like 2…
frumentum, -i, n.
oppidum, -i, n.
War (belligerent, rebel, rebellion, duel, rebellious
plan, counsel (counsel)
Grain (frumentaceous)
Town (oppidian)
bellum, -i, n.
War (belligerent, rebel, rebellion, duel, rebellious
consilium, consili, n. (NB Just like 2…
plan, counsel (counsel)
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Ursuline Academy Latin 1 Stage 8 Vocab
agitat: agitāvit
consumit: cōnsūmpsit
ducit: duxit
eum
chases, hunts
eats
leads
him
agitat: agitāvit
chases, hunts
consumit: cōnsūmpsit
eats
28 terms
Ursuline Academy Latin 1 Vocab Stage 5
adest
adsunt
agricola
ambulat
is here
are here
farmer
walks
adest
is here
adsunt
are here
American Academy Latin 1 Quarter 2 4.04
auxilium, -i, n.
disciplina, -ae, f
discipulus, -i, m. (discipula, -ae, f.)
exemplum, -i, n.
help, aid (auxiliary)
discipline, training (discipline, disciple)
Student (discipline, disciple)
Example (exemplary, exemplify)
auxilium, -i, n.
help, aid (auxiliary)
disciplina, -ae, f
discipline, training (discipline, disciple)
25 terms
Latin 6 Semester 1 Loyola Academy
Furious and Aurelia, Catullus's friends.
To whom am I giving this charming new…
You will eat well, my fabulus, at my h…
Greeting, girl with a not very small n…
Furi et Aureli comites Catulli
Cui dono lepidum novuum libellum
Cenabis bene, mi Fabulle, apud me
Salve, nec minimo puella naso
Furious and Aurelia, Catullus's friends.
Furi et Aureli comites Catulli
To whom am I giving this charming new…
Cui dono lepidum novuum libellum
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Ursuline Academy Latin 1 Stage 7 Vocab
cenat: cenavit
centurio
conspicit: conspexit
cum
eats dinner, dines
centurion
catches sight of
with
cenat: cenavit
eats dinner, dines
centurio
centurion
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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
Trinity Academy Latin 2014-15 Lessons 1-5
laudo
clamo
ambulo
navigo
I praise
I shout
I walk
I sail
laudo
I praise
clamo
I shout
Latin 1 Quarter 3 Chapter 5 American Academy
ara, -ae, f.
caelum, -i, n.
causa, -ae, f.
regia, -ae, f.
Altar
Sky
Cause ... English derivatives: causal, causative, causation
Palace ... English derivatives: causal, causative, causation
ara, -ae, f.
Altar
caelum, -i, n.
Sky
American Academy Latin 1 Quarter 2 Vocabulary Lesson 3.17
arena, -ae, f.
captivus, -i, m.
gladius, -i, m.
ludus, -i, m.
sand (the floor of arena was covered with sand) (arena)
Captive (captivate, captivity)
Sword (gladiator, gladiolus, gladiatorial)
school or game (allude, allusion, delude, delusion, collusion…
arena, -ae, f.
sand (the floor of arena was covered with sand) (arena)
captivus, -i, m.
Captive (captivate, captivity)
Latin 1 Third Quarter Chapter 5 (American Academy)
anima, -ae, f.
ara, -ae, f.
caelum, -i, n.
causa, -ae, f.
spirit, breath, wind (animal, animate, animation, inanimate
altar
Sky (celestial, Celestine)
Cause (causal, causative, causation
anima, -ae, f.
spirit, breath, wind (animal, animate, animation, inanimate
ara, -ae, f.
altar
25 terms
Ursuline Academy Latin 1 Stage 4 Vocab
does
does business, works
ring
wax, wax tablet
agit
negotium agit
anulus
cera
does
agit
does business, works
negotium agit
Latin Vocab Ch 1-7 Brentwood Academy
puella
nomine
villa
villa rustica
girl
by name, called
country house
country house and farm
puella
girl
nomine
by name, called
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Latin 7 BRENTWOOD ACADEMY (Chapter 3 vocab 1-12)
puer
in horto
vir
servus
boy
in the garden
man
slave
puer
boy
in horto
in the garden
28 terms
PFD Academy Week 1 White Book
Mission of Pasadena Fire Department
Mission of Pasadena Fire Recruit Academy
Core Values
Motto
The mission of the Pasadena Fire Department is to provide pro…
The mission of the Pasadena Fire Department is to instill in…
Accountability, Integrity, Flexibility
Desire to Serve, Courage to Act
Mission of Pasadena Fire Department
The mission of the Pasadena Fire Department is to provide pro…
Mission of Pasadena Fire Recruit Academy
The mission of the Pasadena Fire Department is to instill in…
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Ms Harrington Latin 2 honors vocabulary semester 1 Loyola Academy
absum, abesse
accedo, accedere
accipio, accipere
acer,acris,acre
to be away
approach; go to
recieve, accept
sharp fierce
absum, abesse
to be away
accedo, accedere
approach; go to
39 terms
Western Academy Latin 7th grade 1/5/17
aeger -gra -grum
ager -agri (m)
asper -a -um
brevis -e
sick, ill
field, ground
sharp, harsh
short, brief
aeger -gra -grum
sick, ill
ager -agri (m)
field, ground
30 terms
Kolbe Academy Mr. A's Latin 2 Semester 1 Final
What is the 4th principle part called?…
Decline "unus" in the masculine singul…
Decline "duo" in the masculine plural…
Count from one to ten in Latin using t…
Perfect Passive Participle
unus, unius, uni, unum, uno
duo, duorum, duobus, duos/duo, duobus
unus, duo, tres, quattuor, quinque, sex, septem, octo, novem,…
What is the 4th principle part called?…
Perfect Passive Participle
Decline "unus" in the masculine singul…
unus, unius, uni, unum, uno
10 terms
First Form Latin: Unit 1 Verb Endings & Conjugations (Arete Academy)
1. Personal Endings (Present Tense)
2. Imperfect Tense Endings
3. Future Tense Endings
4. Conjugate "amo" (present tense) + E…
-o... -s... -t... -mus... -tis... -nt
-bam... -bas... -bat... -bamus... -batis... -bant
-bo... -bis... -bit... -bimus... -bitis... -bunt
amo - I love... amas - you love... amat - HSI loves... amamus - we lov…
1. Personal Endings (Present Tense)
-o... -s... -t... -mus... -tis... -nt
2. Imperfect Tense Endings
-bam... -bas... -bat... -bamus... -batis... -bant
19 terms
Latin Book 1, Stage 1
atrium, atrii, n.
canis, canis, m.
coquus, coqui, m.
cubiculum, cubiculi, n.
atrium, reception hall
dog
cook
bedroom
atrium, atrii, n.
atrium, reception hall
canis, canis, m.
dog
23 terms
Latin Book Unit 1
uni/corn
uni/fy
uni/lateral
uni/lingu/al
[n] an animal written about in fables, pictured as having a s…
[v] to make one, or cause to become one
[a] being one sided
[a] of or pertaining one language
uni/corn
[n] an animal written about in fables, pictured as having a s…
uni/fy
[v] to make one, or cause to become one
St. Cecilia Academy Nashville Mr. Kile's Latin 1 Class: Ch 24 Vocab
simulac
advēnerant
mōlēs, mōlis, gen. pl., mōlium
vīderat
as soon as
they had arrived
mass, huge bulk
he had seen
simulac
as soon as
advēnerant
they had arrived
St. Cecilia Academy Nashville Mr. Kile's Latin 1 Class: Ch 25 Vocab
tumultus
excitātus, -a, -um
dē omnibus rēebus
Eho!
uproar, commotion
wakened, aroused
about everything
Hey!
tumultus
uproar, commotion
excitātus, -a, -um
wakened, aroused
Latin Vocabulary Lesson 1 (Saint Thomas More Academy) [Based on Collar and Daniell's First Year Latin]
Agricola
Cornelia
Iulia
Nauta
farmer, Noun
Cornelia, Proper noun
Julia, Proper noun
sailor, Noun
Agricola
farmer, Noun
Cornelia
Cornelia, Proper noun
St. Cecilia Academy Nashville Mr. Kile's Latin 1 Class: Ch 23 Vocab
hūc illūc
lectīca, -ae
interdiū
stupeō, -ēre, -uī
this way and that
litter
during the day
to be amazed, gape
hūc illūc
this way and that
lectīca, -ae
litter
St. Cecilia Academy Nashville Mr. Kile's Latin 1 Class: Ch 27 Possessive Adjectives
meus, -a, -um
tuus, -a, -um
suus, -a, -um (sing.)
noster, nostra, nostrum
my, my own, mine
your, your own, yours (singular)
his own, her own, its own
our, our own, ours
meus, -a, -um
my, my own, mine
tuus, -a, -um
your, your own, yours (singular)
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Ursuline Academy Latin 1 Present, Imperfect, Perfect Tense (dat: dedit- gives)
o
s
t
mus
I give
you give
it gives
we give
o
I give
s
you give
176 terms
Henle Latin book 1
cum
chrīstiānus, chrīstiānus
Chrīstus, Chrīstī
Deus, Deī
with
Christian
Christ
God
cum
with
chrīstiānus, chrīstiānus
Christian
latin book 2.1
sors
sacerdos
taurus
macto
destiny
priest
bull
to sacrifice
sors
destiny
sacerdos
priest
latin book 4.1
ignarus
votum
delubrum
iuvo
ignorant
vow
shrine
to help
ignarus
ignorant
votum
vow
16 terms
Latin sayings (book 1)
Ora et labora
Mater italiae-roma
Caelum et terra
E pluribus unum
Pray and work
The mother of Italy - rome
Heaven and earth
One out of many
Ora et labora
Pray and work
Mater italiae-roma
The mother of Italy - rome
19 terms
Latin For Children Book Review 1
animus, animī
campus, campī
annus, annī
mūrus, mūrī
mind (m)
level space, plain, or field (m)
year (m)
wall (m)
animus, animī
mind (m)
campus, campī
level space, plain, or field (m)
St. Cecilia Academy Nashville Mr. Kile's Latin 1 Class: Ch 1 Vocab
aestas, aestatis
arbor, arboris
nomen, nominis
puella, puellae
summer
tree
name
girl
aestas, aestatis
summer
arbor, arboris
tree
10 terms
Latin Book 1 Unit 4
cycle
cyclical
cyclone
circumference
a set of events or actions that happen again and again in the…
happening again and again in the same order
an extremely large, powerful, and destructive storm
the length of a line that goes around a circle or other round…
cycle
a set of events or actions that happen again and again in the…
cyclical
happening again and again in the same order
St. Cecilia Academy Nashville Mr. Kile's Latin 1 Class: Ch 27 Vocab
mulier, mulieris
faveō, favēre, fāvī, fautūrus
dēvertō, dēvertere, dēvertī, dēversus
humī
women
to give favor (to), support
to turn aside
on the ground
mulier, mulieris
women
faveō, favēre, fāvī, fautūrus
to give favor (to), support
91 terms
Henle Latin-Book 1
gloria, gloriae F
Maria, Mariae F
nauta, nautae M
porta, portae F
glory
Mary
sailor
gate
gloria, gloriae F
glory
Maria, Mariae F
Mary
16 terms
Latin Book 1, Stage 2
mercator
amicus
salutat
quoque
merchant
friend
greets, is greeting
also, too
mercator
merchant
amicus
friend
Latin 1, book two
a, ab
aedifico, aedificare, aedificavi
agmen
alius
from
to build
column of people
other, another
a, ab
from
aedifico, aedificare, aedificavi
to build
253 terms
Latin Vocab Book 1
Hortus
Ego
Clamat
e
Garden
I
Shouts
From
Hortus
Garden
Ego
I
22 terms
Latin Book 1, Stage 3
ad
bibit
circumspectat
clamat
to
drinks
looks around
shouts
ad
to
bibit
drinks
292 terms
Latin Book 1 Terms
ātrium
canis
coquus
cubiculum
atrium
dog
cook
bedroom
ātrium
atrium
canis
dog
69 terms
Latin 1: Book Of Vocab.
ā, ab
abeō, abire, abiī, abiturus
Abī!, Abite!
abhinc
from
to go away
Go away!
ago, previously
ā, ab
from
abeō, abire, abiī, abiturus
to go away
75 terms
latin alive book 1
ama
canta
labora
naviga
love
sing
work
sail
ama
love
canta
sing
Latin Vocab: Book 1
a, ab
alius, alia, aliud
appello, appellare, appelavi, appelatus
differo, differre, distuli, dilatus
from, by
other, anoter
to name, call
to differ, vary
a, ab
from, by
alius, alia, aliud
other, anoter
11 terms
Latin Book 1 Vocab
accendō... accendere... accendī... accēnsus
arceō... arcēre... arcuī
condō... condere... condidī... conditus
iactō... iactāre... iactāvī... iactātus
to infalme or enlarge
to keep off or defend
found or established
to throw, toss, or buffet
accendō... accendere... accendī... accēnsus
to infalme or enlarge
arceō... arcēre... arcuī
to keep off or defend
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