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27 terms
Latin Military Terms (Stg. 25 Cambridge)
tunica
sagum
caliga
baltus
a short-sleeved or sleeveless woolen tunic reaching to the kn…
woolen mantle for wet or cold weather
heavy leather shoes fastened by straps
belt
tunica
a short-sleeved or sleeveless woolen tunic reaching to the kn…
sagum
woolen mantle for wet or cold weather
18 terms
Cambridge Latin Course Book 3 Verbs -stg 33 (part 2)
Spero
Veho
Vincio
Volvo
Hope
Carry
Bind
Turn
Spero
Hope
Veho
Carry
80 terms
10th Cambridge Literary Terms 2
Alliteration
Allusion
Antagonist
Aside
Repetition of initial consonant sounds
Reference in literature
The character who stands in direct opposition or in conflict…
In drama, a convention by which actors speak briefly to the a…
Alliteration
Repetition of initial consonant sounds
Allusion
Reference in literature
10 terms
Cambridge Literary Terms test 2
Colloquial/Colloquialism
Conciet
Connotation
Denotation
The use of slang or informalities in speech or writing. Not g…
A fanciful expression, usually in the form of an extended met…
The non-literal, associative meaning of a word; the implied s…
The strict, literal, dictionary definition of a word, devoid…
Colloquial/Colloquialism
The use of slang or informalities in speech or writing. Not g…
Conciet
A fanciful expression, usually in the form of an extended met…
18 terms
Dreaded Terms: Cambridge Latin 2
auris, auris, f.
doctus, docta, doctum
mors, mortis, f.
relinquo, relinquere, reliqui
ear
learned, clever
death (NOT illness)
to leave
auris, auris, f.
ear
doctus, docta, doctum
learned, clever
103 terms
Cambridge Latin Course: Unit 2 - Stage 13 Terms
duram: durus
deplorant: deplorare
pluit
solem; sol
harsh, hard (hint: durable)
complain about (hint: deplete)
it is raining
sun
duram: durus
harsh, hard (hint: durable)
deplorant: deplorare
complain about (hint: deplete)
32 terms
Year 8 Term 4 Week 1-2, Cambridge Latin Stage 18
posco
vivo
hasta
pompa
I demand
I live
spear
procession
posco
I demand
vivo
I live
14 terms
Latin term 2 exam literary devices
Alliteration
Anaphora
Apostrophe
Chiasmus
Repititiom of the same letter or sound... Voce "veni... Fugit fugie…
Repot ion of a word at the beginning of successive clause... Sin…
Shift to the 2nd person out of 3rd
ABBA arrangement of paired words ... vigilis CORPUS MISERABILE c…
Alliteration
Repititiom of the same letter or sound... Voce "veni... Fugit fugie…
Anaphora
Repot ion of a word at the beginning of successive clause... Sin…
23 terms
Latin America 2/19 Vocabulary And Literary Terms and Definitions
Arpilleras
Anguish
Denounce
Impunity
A Chilean hand-sewn wall hanging depicting images and protest…
great mental of physical suffering or distress
to publicly declare wrong or evil
Exemption from punishment or freedom from the injurious conse…
Arpilleras
A Chilean hand-sewn wall hanging depicting images and protest…
Anguish
great mental of physical suffering or distress
15 terms
Academic Words/Literary Terms/Greek&Latin Roots Quiz 2
un
elaborate
impact
perspective
not
to give more details about something
a strong effect or the force with which an object hits another
the way someone sees or thinks about something
un
not
elaborate
to give more details about something
15 terms
AP Vocab/ Latin and Greek Roots/Literary Terms (Week 2)
Allay
Cacophonous
Moribund
Temporize
To relieve... Ant: to burden
Having a harsh sound... Ant: melodious
Dying, about to die... Ant: expecting to be born
To postpone a decision... Ant: precipitate a decision
Allay
To relieve... Ant: to burden
Cacophonous
Having a harsh sound... Ant: melodious
40 terms
Cambridge Latin Course Unit 1, Stage 2 +
amicus, amici M.
amica, amicae F.
ancilla, ancillae F.
cena, cenae F.
friend
friend
slave-girl, slave woman
dinner
amicus, amici M.
friend
amica, amicae F.
friend
12 terms
Cambridge Latin Stage 2
amicus
ancilla
cena
cibus
friend
slave girl
dinner
food
amicus
friend
ancilla
slave girl
12 terms
Cambridge Latin Course Book 1 Stage 2
amicus
ancilla
cena
cibus
friend
slave-girl, slave woman
dinner
food
amicus
friend
ancilla
slave-girl, slave woman
39 terms
Cambridge Latin Course Unit 1, Stage 1 +
atrium, atrii N.
canis, canis M/F
coquus, coqui M.
cubiculum, cubiculi N.
atrium, reception hall
dog
cook
bedroom
atrium, atrii N.
atrium, reception hall
canis, canis M/F
dog
37 terms
Cambridge Latin - Stage 2
mercātor
amīcus
vīsitat
vīllam
merchant
friend
is visiting
house
mercātor
merchant
amīcus
friend
50 terms
Cambridge Latin Course Unit 2, Stage 19 +
amo, amare, amavi, amatus
caedo, caedere, cecidi,caesus
carus, cara, carum (adj.)
castigo, castigare, castigavi, castiga…
to love, like
to kill
dear, beloved, precious
to scold, nag, chastise, punish
amo, amare, amavi, amatus
to love, like
caedo, caedere, cecidi,caesus
to kill
45 terms
Cambridge Latin Course Unit 1, Stage 9 +
agnosco, agnoscere, agnovi, agnitus
celebro, celebrare, celebravi, celebra…
celeriter (adv.)
civis, civis M/F
to recognize, realize, discern, acknowledge, claim
to celebrate, honor
quickly
citizen
agnosco, agnoscere, agnovi, agnitus
to recognize, realize, discern, acknowledge, claim
celebro, celebrare, celebravi, celebra…
to celebrate, honor
42 terms
Cambridge Latin Course Unit 2, Stage 18 +
audeo, audere, ausus sum (semideponent…
caput, capitis N
coepio, coepere, coepi, coeptus
cognosco, cognoscere, cognovi, cognitus
to dare, risk, venture, intend
head, person, leader, heading
to begin, commence, initiate
to get to know, become acquainted with, recognize
audeo, audere, ausus sum (semideponent…
to dare, risk, venture, intend
caput, capitis N
head, person, leader, heading
31 terms
Cambridge Latin Stage 29
aliquando
alius... alius
alii... alii
amplexus, amplexa, amplexum
sometimes
one... another
some... others
having embraced
aliquando
sometimes
alius... alius
one... another
45 terms
Cambridge Latin Course Unit 1, Stage 6 +
absum, abesse, abfui, abfuturus
avarus, avari M.
bonus, bona, bonum (adj.)
emo, emere, emi, emptus
to be out, be away, be absent
miser
good, honest, brave, noble, kind
to buy, to obtain
absum, abesse, abfui, abfuturus
to be out, be away, be absent
avarus, avari M.
miser
45 terms
Cambridge Latin Course Unit 2, Stage 17+
a, ab (prep.) + (ablative)
agmen, agminis N.
animus, animi M.
appropinquo, appropinquare, appropinqu…
from, away from, by
column (of people), procession, stream, herd, flock, troop, c…
mind, intellect, soul, spirit, character
to approach, come near to, be close
a, ab (prep.) + (ablative)
from, away from, by
agmen, agminis N.
column (of people), procession, stream, herd, flock, troop, c…
44 terms
Cambridge Latin Course Unit 1, Stage 3 +
ad (prep.)
bibo, bibere, bibi, bibitus
circumspecto, circumspectare, circumsp…
clamo, clamare, clamavi, clamatus
to
to drink
to look around
to shout
ad (prep.)
to
bibo, bibere, bibi, bibitus
to drink
48 terms
Cambridge Latin Course Unit 2, Stage 20 +
coniurati, coniuratiorum m. (plural)
cornu, cornus n.
fructus, fructus m.
genu, genus n.
conspirators
horn
fruit, profit, benefit, enjoyment
knee
coniurati, coniuratiorum m. (plural)
conspirators
cornu, cornus n.
horn
50 terms
Cambridge Latin Course Unit 1, Stage 4 +
ago, agere, egi, actus
negotium, negotii N.
anulus, anuli M.
cera, cerae F.
to do, urge, conduct, deliver(speech)
business (w/ ago: to do business)
ring
wax, wax tablet
ago, agere, egi, actus
to do, urge, conduct, deliver(speech)
negotium, negotii N.
business (w/ ago: to do business)
48 terms
Cambridge Latin Course Unit 1, Stage 5 +
adsum, adesse, adfui, adfuturus
agricola, agricolae M.
ambulo, ambulare, ambulavi, ambulatus
audio, audire, audivi, auditus
to be here, present
farmer
to walk
to hear, to listen to
adsum, adesse, adfui, adfuturus
to be here, present
agricola, agricolae M.
farmer
47 terms
Cambridge Latin Course Unit 1, Stage 8+
agito, agitare, agitavi, agitatus
consumo, consumere, comsumpsi, consump…
duco, ducere, duxi, ductus
is, ea, id (pronoun)
to chase, hunt, drive, control, pursue
to eat, burn up, destroy, consume
to lead, command, think, consider
he, she, it
agito, agitare, agitavi, agitatus
to chase, hunt, drive, control, pursue
consumo, consumere, comsumpsi, consump…
to eat, burn up, destroy, consume
16 terms
Cambridge Latin Course, Unit 1, Stage 2 Vocab
amīcus
ancilla
cēna
cibus
friend
slave-girl, slave-woman
dinner
food
amīcus
friend
ancilla
slave-girl, slave-woman
12 terms
Cambridge Latin Course Book 1 Stage 2 Vocab checklist 2
amicus
ancilla
cena
cibus
friend
slave-girl, slave woman
dinner
food
amicus
friend
ancilla
slave-girl, slave woman
48 terms
Cambridge Latin Course Unit 1, Stage 7 +
ceno, cenare, cenavi, cenatus
centurio, centurionis M.
conspicio, conspicere, conspexi, consp…
cum (prep.) + (ablative)
to dine, have dinner
centurion
to catch sight of, spot
with
ceno, cenare, cenavi, cenatus
to dine, have dinner
centurio, centurionis M.
centurion
12 terms
Cambridge Latin Course Book 1 Stage 1
canis
coquus
est
filius
dog
cook
is
son
canis
dog
coquus
cook
30 terms
Cambridge Latin Stage 30
adhūc
afficiō, afficere, affēcī, affectus
ambō, ambae, ambō
cōnsulō, cōnsulere, cōnsuluī, cōnsultus
until now
affect, overcome
both
consult
adhūc
until now
afficiō, afficere, affēcī, affectus
affect, overcome
50 terms
Cambridge Latin Course Unit 3, Stage 21 +
a, ab + (abl.)
adiuvo, adiuvare, adiuvi, adiutus
annus, anni, M.
ascendo, ascendere, ascendi, ascensus
by, away from, from
to help, aid, encourage, favor
year
to climb, rise, ascend
a, ab + (abl.)
by, away from, from
adiuvo, adiuvare, adiuvi, adiutus
to help, aid, encourage, favor
13 terms
Cambridge Latin Stage 1
canis
coquus
est
filia
dog
cook
is
daughter
canis
dog
coquus
cook
49 terms
Cambridge Latin Course Unit 3, Stage 23 +
administro, administrare, administravi…
cedo, cedere, cessi, cessus
clarus, clara, clarum (adj.)
commemoro, commemorare, commemoravi, c…
to manage
to give in, to give way, to cede, to yield
famous
to mention, recall
administro, administrare, administravi…
to manage
cedo, cedere, cessi, cessus
to give in, to give way, to cede, to yield
49 terms
Cambridge Latin Course Unit 3, Stage 30 +
adhuc (adv.)
afficio, afficere, affeci, affectus
ambo, ambae, ambo
consulo, consulere, consului, consultus
until now, hitherto, thus far, as yet
to affect, overcome
both
consult
adhuc (adv.)
until now, hitherto, thus far, as yet
afficio, afficere, affeci, affectus
to affect, overcome
45 terms
Cambridge Latin Course Unit 3, Stage 25+
accido, accidere, accidi, -
aliquis (pronoun)
aperio, aperire, aperui, apertus
autem (conj)
to fall upon, happen, alight, occur
someone, anyone, a few, some, any
to uncover, open, disclose, explain, reveal
but, on the other hand, while, however, moreover
accido, accidere, accidi, -
to fall upon, happen, alight, occur
aliquis (pronoun)
someone, anyone, a few, some, any
45 terms
Cambridge Latin Course Unit 3, Stage 24 +
auctoritas, auctoritatis, f.
audax, audacis (adj.)
carcer, carceris M.
colloquium, colloquii N.
authority
bold, daring
prison
talk, chat
auctoritas, auctoritatis, f.
authority
audax, audacis (adj.)
bold, daring
50 terms
Cambridge Latin Course Unit 3 Stage 22 +
adeptus, adepta, adeptum (adj.)
amor, amoris, M.
aureus, aurea, aureum (adj.)
avide (adv.)
having received, having obtained
love
golden, made of gold
eagerly
adeptus, adepta, adeptum (adj.)
having received, having obtained
amor, amoris, M.
love
77 terms
Cambridge Latin Course Unit 3, Stage 28 +
ac, atque (conj.)
arrogantia, -ae, f.
augeo, augere, auxi, auctus
beneficium, -i, n.
and
arrogance, gall
to increase
act of kindness
ac, atque (conj.)
and
arrogantia, -ae, f.
arrogance, gall
53 terms
Cambridge Latin Course Unit 3, Stage 29 +
aliquando (adv.)
alius (adj.)
amplexus, amplexa, amplexum (adj.)
audacia, audaciae f.
sometime, at any time, ever, finally
other, another, different (alii . . . alii = some . . . others)
having embraced
audacity, boldness, daring, courage
aliquando (adv.)
sometime, at any time, ever, finally
alius (adj.)
other, another, different (alii . . . alii = some . . . others)
45 terms
Cambridge Latin Course Unit 3, Stage 27 +
adeo (adv.)
adventus, adventus M
antea (adv.)
appareo, apparere, apparui, apparitus
to such a degree, so much, so greatly, precisely, exactly
arrival, approach, visit, appearance
before, before this, formerly, previously
to appear, be evident, show up, occur
adeo (adv.)
to such a degree, so much, so greatly, precisely, exactly
adventus, adventus M
arrival, approach, visit, appearance
47 terms
Cambridge Latin 1-3
canis
coquus
est
filia
dog
cook
is
daughter
canis
dog
coquus
cook
26 terms
Cambridge Latin Stage 5
adest
adsunt
agricola
ambulat
is here
are here
farmer
walks
adest
is here
adsunt
are here
31 terms
Cambridge Latin Stage 31
altus, a, um
angustus, a, um
ante (+ACC)
catenā, ae, f.
high, deep
narrow
before, in front of
chain
altus, a, um
high, deep
angustus, a, um
narrow
22 terms
Cambridge Latin Stage 3
ad
bibit
circumspectat
clamat
to
drinks
looks around
shouts
ad
to
bibit
drinks
48 terms
Cambridge Latin Course Unit 3, Stage 26 +
accuso, accusare, accusavi, accusatus
aufero, auferre, abstuli, ablatus
bellum, belli N.
cohors, cohortis F.
to accuse, blame, find fault, reprimand
to bear, carry, take, remove, withdraw, steal
war, battle, combat, fight
court, attendants, retinue, staff, crowd, cohort, band, bodyg…
accuso, accusare, accusavi, accusatus
to accuse, blame, find fault, reprimand
aufero, auferre, abstuli, ablatus
to bear, carry, take, remove, withdraw, steal
29 terms
Cambridge Latin Course Stage 38
suitable
arm
certain, infallible
to know for certain
aptus, a, um
bracchium, bracchiī, n.
certus, a, um
prō certō habēre
suitable
aptus, a, um
arm
bracchium, bracchiī, n.
Cambridge Latin Course book 1 stage 7
cēnat
cōnspicit
cum
facit
dines, has dinner
catches sight of
with
makes, does
cēnat
dines, has dinner
cōnspicit
catches sight of
32 terms
Cambridge Latin Course Stage 37
summer
more fully, at greater length
very great
gold
aestās, aestātis, f.
amplius
amplissimus, a, um
aurum, aurī, n.
summer
aestās, aestātis, f.
more fully, at greater length
amplius
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