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26 terms
Cambridge Latin blue book stage 14 Vocab
Aliquid
Apud (+ACC)
Attonitus
Aula
Something
Among, at the house of
Astonished
Palace
Aliquid
Something
Apud (+ACC)
Among, at the house of
25 terms
cambridge latin stage 15 vocab blue book
alius, alia, aliud
aqua, F.
claudo
commodus
other
water
shut
convenient
alius, alia, aliud
other
aqua, F.
water
30 terms
04 Stage Cambridge Latin Legal Terms
ipso facto
modus operandi
pro tempore
bona fide
by the fact itself
manner or method of procedure
for the time being, temporarily
in good faith, sincere, genuine
ipso facto
by the fact itself
modus operandi
manner or method of procedure
13 terms
05 Stage Cambridge Latin Theatrical Terms
cavea
orchestra
scaena
scaenae frons
seating area, was a semicircular sloing auditorium in which s…
horseshoe shaped and provided seating space for important off…
a stage
had 3 or 4 doorways and the entire front was decorated with c…
cavea
seating area, was a semicircular sloing auditorium in which s…
orchestra
horseshoe shaped and provided seating space for important off…
28 terms
Cambridge Latin Omnibus Blue Book Stage 18 Vocabulary
audeo, audēre, ausus sum
caput, capitis, n.
coepi, coepisse, coeptus
cognosco, cognoscere, cognovi
to dare
head
to begin
to get to know
audeo, audēre, ausus sum
to dare
caput, capitis, n.
head
101 terms
Stages 16-19 Cambridge Latin Course Unit 2 (blue book)
aedifico, aedificare, aedificavi
auxilium
consentio, consentire, consensi
consilium
build
help
agree
plan, idea
aedifico, aedificare, aedificavi
build
auxilium
help
51 terms
06 Stage Cambridge Latin review 51 terms
pugna
maxima
erat
pistores
fight
very large
was
bakers
pugna
fight
maxima
very large
28 terms
Cambridge Latin Omnibus Blue Book Stage 18 Vocabulary
audeo, audēre, ausus sum
caput, capitis, n.
coepi, coepisse, coeptus
cognosco, cognoscere, cognovi
to dare
head
to begin
to get to know
audeo, audēre, ausus sum
to dare
caput, capitis, n.
head
28 terms
Stages 18 Cambridge Latin Course Unit 2 (blue book)
audeo
caput
coepi
cognosco
dare
head
I began
get to know, find out
audeo
dare
caput
head
101 terms
Stages 16-19 Cambridge Latin Course Unit 2 (blue book)
aedifico, aedificare, aedificavi
auxilium
consentio, consentire, consensi
consilium
build
help
agree
plan, idea
aedifico, aedificare, aedificavi
build
auxilium
help
101 terms
Stages 16-19 Cambridge Latin Course Unit 2 (blue book)
aedifico, aedificare, aedificavi
auxilium
consentio, consentire, consensi
consilium
build
help
agree
plan, idea
aedifico, aedificare, aedificavi
build
auxilium
help
33 terms
Cambridge Latin Course Stage 32 Vocabulary Terms
addō
adversus
rēs adversae
aequus
ere, idi, itus; to add
a, um; hostile
f. pl.; misfortune
a, uum; calm
addō
ere, idi, itus; to add
adversus
a, um; hostile
101 terms
Stages 16-19 Cambridge Latin Course Unit 2 (blue book)
aedifico, aedificare, aedificavi
auxilium
consentio, consentire, consensi
consilium
build
help
agree
plan, idea
aedifico, aedificare, aedificavi
build
auxilium
help
114 terms
Stages 16-19 Cambridge Latin Course Unit 2 (blue book)
aedifico, aedificare, aedificavi
auxilium
consentio, consentire, consensi
consilium
build
help
agree
plan, idea
aedifico, aedificare, aedificavi
build
auxilium
help
101 terms
Stages 16-19 Cambridge Latin Course Unit 2 (blue book)
aedifico, aedificare, aedificavi
auxilium
consentio, consentire, consensi
consilium
build
help
agree
plan, idea
aedifico, aedificare, aedificavi
build
auxilium
help
101 terms
Stages 16-19 Cambridge Latin Course Unit 2 (blue book)
aedifico, aedificare, aedificavi
auxilium
consentio, consentire, consensi
consilium
build
help
agree
plan, idea
aedifico, aedificare, aedificavi
build
auxilium
help
30 terms
Cambridge Latin Stage 16 - in aula: terms
aedifico, aedificare, aedificavi
delecto, delectare, delectavi
navigo, navigare, navigavi
salto, saltare, saltavi
to build
to delight
to sail
to dance
aedifico, aedificare, aedificavi
to build
delecto, delectare, delectavi
to delight
11 terms
Cambridge Latin Course Stage 31 Vocabulary Terms
altus
angustus
catena
cliens
altus, alta, altum; high, deep
angustus, angusta, angustum; narrow
catena, catenae, f.; chain
cliens, clientis, m.; client
altus
altus, alta, altum; high, deep
angustus
angustus, angusta, angustum; narrow
21 terms
Cambridge Latin Course Stage 33 Vocabulary Terms
acriter
at
brevis
certo
keenly, fiercly
but
is, is, e; short, brief
are, avi; compete
acriter
keenly, fiercly
at
but
27 terms
Cambridge Latin Stage 35-38 Culture Terms
Baiae
Tibur
coloni
recitatio
Resort known for dubious morals and fast living
Location of Hadrian's most spectacular mansion
tenant-farmers
Public reading of a writer's work
Baiae
Resort known for dubious morals and fast living
Tibur
Location of Hadrian's most spectacular mansion
220 terms
01-06 Stages Cambridge Latin All Vocabulary 220 terms
atrium
canis
clamat (clamo, clamare)
coquus
hall, atrium
dog
shouts, is shouting
a cook
atrium
hall, atrium
canis
dog
136 terms
Cambridge Latin Stage 1-6 2016 mid-term
atrium
canis
coquus
cubiculum
atrium, reception hall
dog
cook
bedroom
atrium
atrium, reception hall
canis
dog
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)
121 terms
Cambridge Latin Course 1 terms Stages 1-6
mercator
amicus
visitat
villam
merchant
friend
is visiting
house
mercator
merchant
amicus
friend
33 terms
Latin Stage 42 Literary Terms and Rhetorical Devices
alliteration
allusion
anaphora
apostrophe
repetition of the same sound, usually a consonant, at the beg…
a brief reference to details the writer expects the reader to…
repetition of a work or phrase at the beginning of several su…
a sudden break in the narrative to address the reader or an a…
alliteration
repetition of the same sound, usually a consonant, at the beg…
allusion
a brief reference to details the writer expects the reader to…
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
40 terms
02 Stage Cambridge Latin Course 40 terms will work with Live
amicus
ancilla
argentarius
cena
friend
maid
banker
dinner
amicus
friend
ancilla
maid
Cambridge Latin Course Unit 3 Stage 25 Culture Terms and Agricola's life
exercitus
mīles
How many soldiers were in a Roman Legi…
inquīsītiō
soldiers who served in the legions that formed the elite of t…
Roman citizen who had signed on for twenty five years
about 5,000 foot soldiers
an investigating board
exercitus
soldiers who served in the legions that formed the elite of t…
mīles
Roman citizen who had signed on for twenty five years
30 terms
Latin Stage 46 Pro Caelio Literary Terms and Culture
exordium
narratio
division/partitio
confirmatio
1. introduction to put audience and judges in receptive mood…
2. statement of the facts of the case
3. an outline of the orator's treatment of the disputed points
4. the orator's side of the story
exordium
1. introduction to put audience and judges in receptive mood…
narratio
2. statement of the facts of the case
16 terms
Cambridge Latin Vocabulary Stage 2
amīcus, amīcum
ancilla, ancillam
cēna, cēnam
cibus, cibum
friend
slave girl
dinner
food
amīcus, amīcum
friend
ancilla, ancillam
slave girl
17 terms
Cambridge Latin Vocabulary Stage 1
ātrium, ātrium
canis, canem
coquus, coquum
cubiculum, cubiculum
atrium, reception hall
dog
cook
bedroom
ātrium, ātrium
atrium, reception hall
canis, canem
dog
24 terms
Cambridge Latin Vocabulary Stage 3
ad (+acc)
bibit, bibit
circumspectat, circumspectāvit
clāmat, clāmāvit
to
drinks, drank
looks around, looked around
shouts, shouted
ad (+acc)
to
bibit, bibit
drinks, drank
25 terms
Cambridge Latin Vocabulary Stage 4
agit, egit
negōtium agit
ānulus, ānulum
cēra, cēram
does, did
does business, works
ring
wax, wax tablet
agit, egit
does, did
negōtium agit
does business, works
27 terms
Cambridge Latin Vocabulary Stage 9
agnōscit: agnōvit
celebrat: celebrāvit
celeriter
cīvis: cīvem
recognizes: recognized
celebrates: celebrated
quickly
citizen
agnōscit: agnōvit
recognizes: recognized
celebrat: celebrāvit
celebrates: celebrated
26 terms
Cambridge Latin Vocabulary Stage 5
adest, adsunt
agricola, agricolam
ambulat, ambulāvit
audit, audīvit
is here, are here
farmer
walks, walked
hears, heard; listens to, listened to
adest, adsunt
is here, are here
agricola, agricolam
farmer
25 terms
Cambridge Latin Vocabulary Stage 6
abest, aberat
bonus, a, um
avārus, avārum
emit, ēmit
is out/absent, was out/absent
good
miser (greedy person)
buys
abest, aberat
is out/absent, was out/absent
bonus, a, um
good
26 terms
Cambridge Latin Vocabulary Stage 7
cēnat, cēnāvit
centuriō, centuriōnem
cōnspicit, cōnspexit
cum (+abl)
eats dinner/dines, ate dinner, dined
centurion
catches sight of, caught sight of
with
cēnat, cēnāvit
eats dinner/dines, ate dinner, dined
centuriō, centuriōnem
centurion
24 terms
Cambridge Latin Vocabulary Stage 8
agitat: agitāvit
cōnsūmit: cōnsūmpsit
dūcit: dūxit
eum, eam, id
chases, hunts: chased, hunted
eats: ate
leads: led
him, her, it
agitat: agitāvit
chases, hunts: chased, hunted
cōnsūmit: cōnsūmpsit
eats: ate
25 terms
Cambridge Latin Vocabulary Stage 10
abit: abiit
accipit: accēpit
callidus, a, um
capit: cēpit
goes away: went away
accepts, receives: accepted, received
clever, smart
takes: took
abit: abiit
goes away: went away
accipit: accēpit
accepts, receives: accepted, received
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
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
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
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 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
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 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
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)
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
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
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
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