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Lingua Latina Gradu Octavo Review
ubi?
num?
quid?
quis? quae? quī?
where?
question expecting negative answer
what?
who?
ubi?
where?
num?
question expecting negative answer
1,484 terms
Latin: Lingua Latina (ALL TERMS)
river
island
town
ocean
fluvius
īnsula
oppidum
ōceanus
river
fluvius
island
īnsula
592 terms
Combo Latin Vocabulary - Lingua Latina 1-5N
fluvius, -ī
ōceanus, -ī
numerus, -ī
īnsula, -ae
(m): river
(m): ocean
(m): number
(f): island
fluvius, -ī
(m): river
ōceanus, -ī
(m): ocean
27 terms
Latin (English grammar + Lingua Latina)
-us, -er, -or
-a, -tās, -tūdo, -iō
-um, -men, -e, -al, -ar
īnsula, -ae
3 masc. endings
4 fem. endings
5 neut. endings
island (1)
-us, -er, -or
3 masc. endings
-a, -tās, -tūdo, -iō
4 fem. endings
Latin II Chapter III Latina Lingua
civitas, civitatis f.
fuga, fugae f.
pax, pacis f.
egregius, egregia, egregium
state
flight
peace
distinguished, excellent
civitas, civitatis f.
state
fuga, fugae f.
flight
133 terms
Latin vocab ch 4 Lingua Latina
Cūr
Ecce
Et
Hīc
Why
see! Look! Behold!
and
here
Cūr
Why
Ecce
see! Look! Behold!
550 terms
Lingua Latina Cap. XXIX Review Vocabulary
fundus, -ī m.
dēterreō, dēterrēre, dēterruī, dēterri…
(adiciō) adicere, adiēcī, adiectum
(aestimō) aestimāre, aestimāvī, aestim…
bottom
to deter
to add
to value
fundus, -ī m.
bottom
dēterreō, dēterrēre, dēterruī, dēterri…
to deter
41 terms
UWM Latin 103 Lingua Latīna Capītulum Prīmum
river
island
town
ocean
fluvius, -iī, M.
īnsula, -ae, F.
oppidum, -ī, N.
ōceanus, -ī, M.
river
fluvius, -iī, M.
island
īnsula, -ae, F.
58 terms
UWM Latin 103 Lingua Latīna Capītulum Undecimum
aeger, -gra, -grum
aegrōat, aegrōtare
appōnit, appōnere
arcessit, arcessere
sick, ill
to be sick, to be ill
to place on , to serve
to summon
aeger, -gra, -grum
sick, ill
aegrōat, aegrōtare
to be sick, to be ill
54 terms
UWM Latin 103 Lingua Latīna Campītulum Decimum
āēr, āris (m.)
āla, -ae (f.)
anima, -ae (f.)
animal, animālis (n.)
air
wing
breath, life, soul
animal
āēr, āris (m.)
air
āla, -ae (f.)
wing
26 terms
UWM Latin 103 Lingua Latīna Capītulum Quartum
abest, abesse
accūsat, acūsāre
adest, adesse
baculum, ī
to be away, not here
to accuse
to be here, present
stick, staff, rod
abest, abesse
to be away, not here
accūsat, acūsāre
to accuse
38 terms
UWM Latin 103 Lingua Latīna Capītulum Octavum
abit, abīre
accipit, accipere
alius, alia, aliud
ānulus, -ī (m.)
to go away
to take, to receive
other, another
ring
abit, abīre
to go away
accipit, accipere
to take, to receive
33 terms
UWM Latin 103 Lingua Latīna Capītulum Tertium
scaena, -ae (f.)
persōna, -ae (f.)
mamma, -ae (f.)
laetus, -a, -um
scene
actor, part
mom, mommy
happy
scaena, -ae (f.)
scene
persōna, -ae (f.)
actor, part
54 terms
UWM Latin 103 Lingua Latīna Capītulum Duodecimum
altus, -a, -um
arcus, -ūs (m.)
arma, -ōrum (n.pl.)
armātus, -a, -um
high, deep
bow
arms
armed
altus, -a, -um
high, deep
arcus, -ūs (m.)
bow
41 terms
UWM Latin 103 Lingua Latīna Capītulum Sextum
ā, ab+abl
āctivus, -a, -um
ad+acc
amulat, ambulāre
away from
active
to, towards
to walk
ā, ab+abl
away from
āctivus, -a, -um
active
Lingua Latina IX-X: Vocabula Latine
Pastor, pastoris
Ovis, ovis
Canis, canis
Lupus, lupi
Est vir qui oves servat
Est animal domesticum quod est edere per lupus.
Est animal domesticum quocum...pastor habitate
Est bestia feria quae ululate
Pastor, pastoris
Est vir qui oves servat
Ovis, ovis
Est animal domesticum quod est edere per lupus.
70 terms
Latin Noun Declensions (I-V) Lingua Latina
īnsula
prōvincia
littera
syllaba
First Declension (f)... SING PLUR... N. īnsula īnsulae... G. īnsulae…
First Declension (f)... SING PLUR... N. prōvincia prōvinciae... G. pr…
First Declension (f)... SING PLUR... N. littera litterae... G. litter…
First Declension (f)... SING PLUR... N. syllaba syllabae... G. syllab…
īnsula
First Declension (f)... SING PLUR... N. īnsula īnsulae... G. īnsulae…
prōvincia
First Declension (f)... SING PLUR... N. prōvincia prōvinciae... G. pr…
27 terms
UWM Latin 103 Lingua Latīna Capītulum Septimum
oculus, -ī (m.)
lacrima, -ae, (f.)
ōstiārius, -ī (m.)
mālum, -ī (n.)
eye
tear
doorman
apple
oculus, -ī (m.)
eye
lacrima, -ae, (f.)
tear
47 terms
UWM Latin 103 Lingua Latīna Capītulum Nonum
accurrit, accurrere
albus, -a, -um
arbor, arboris (f.)
bālat, bālāre
to run to
white
tree
to bleat
accurrit, accurrere
to run to
albus, -a, -um
white
32 terms
UWM Latin 103 Lingua Latīna Capītulum Secundum
vīr, -ī (m.)
Fēmina -ae (f.)
puer, -ī (m.)
pater, patris (m.)
man
woman
boy
father
vīr, -ī (m.)
man
Fēmina -ae (f.)
woman
20 terms
LATIN1 - TEST 2: TRANSLATION (Lingua Latina 4 & 5)
Sacculus Iuliī non parvus est.
Quid? In sacculō meō non centum, sed t…
Iulius servum suum Medum videt. Medus…
Davus ceterīque servī absunt.
The purse of Julius is not small.
What? In my purse not one hundred, but are only ten coins!
Julius sees his own servant, Medus. Medus is present.
Davus and the other servants are absent.
Sacculus Iuliī non parvus est.
The purse of Julius is not small.
Quid? In sacculō meō non centum, sed t…
What? In my purse not one hundred, but are only ten coins!
43 terms
LATIN 1-TEST 2: VOCABULARY (Lingua Latina 4 & 5)
mēnsa
pecūnia
baculum
nummus
TABLE
MONEY
STICK
COIN
mēnsa
TABLE
pecūnia
MONEY
12 terms
Lingua Latina IX-X: Vocabula Latine
Pastor, pastoris
Ovis, Ovis
canis, canis
lupus, lupi
Est vir qui oves servat et potest ambulare
Est animal domesticum quod potest edere herbae
est animal domesticum quocum pastore potest ambulat
est bestia feria quae potest edere oves, ambulat in quattor p…
Pastor, pastoris
Est vir qui oves servat et potest ambulare
Ovis, Ovis
Est animal domesticum quod potest edere herbae
11 terms
Lingua Latina IX-X : vocabula latine
Lupu, Lupi
Aquila, aquilae
Leo, Leonis
Canis, canis
Est bestia feria quae est animal vivere.
Est avis magna fera quae potest volare.
Est bestia feria qui vivus in Africa cui fremari at ante anim…
Est animal domesticum quocum currit to mastre et cibus.
Lupu, Lupi
Est bestia feria quae est animal vivere.
Aquila, aquilae
Est avis magna fera quae potest volare.
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Latin Nouns and Declensions (Lingua Latina Capitulum I-XIV)
īnsula
prōvincia
littera
syllaba
First Declension (f)
First Declension (f)
First Declension (f)
First Declension (f)
īnsula
First Declension (f)
prōvincia
First Declension (f)
10 terms
Lingua Latina Capitulum III Quaestiones (Lectio I Review)
In Capitulo Tertio, quis cantat?
Quis Iuliam pulsat?
Quis Marcum videt?
Quis Aemiliam vocat?
Iulia cantat.
Marcus Iuliam pulsat.
Quintus Marcum videt.
Iulia Aemiliam vocat.
In Capitulo Tertio, quis cantat?
Iulia cantat.
Quis Iuliam pulsat?
Marcus Iuliam pulsat.
721 terms
Lingua Latin 1st Year Final Exam Review
insula, -ae, f.
littera, -ae, f.
prōvincia, -ae, f
capitulum, -ī, n.
island
letter
province
chapter
insula, -ae, f.
island
littera, -ae, f.
letter
62 terms
Lingua Latina Capitulum Decimum (10)
asinus
leō, leōnis
bēstia
homō, hominis
donkey
lion
beast, animal
human being
asinus
donkey
leō, leōnis
lion
19 terms
Chapter 1 lingua latina
Fluvius
Insula
Oppidum
Oceanus
Fluvius
Insula
38 terms
Lingua Latina: Capitulum Primum
fluvius
īnsula
oppidum
ōceanus
fluvius
īnsula
953 terms
Lingua Latina MiscellaneousB
cantāre
laetus
iratus
pulsāre
cantāre
laetus
50 terms
Latin Lectio Latina-Midterm Review of Roman History
Iuppiter or Jove (Zeus)
Neptunus (Poseidon)
Iovis (Hades)
Apollo
king of the gods; father of many gods; holds royal scepter in…
king of the sea; trident in hand, lives under waves of sea
lives under the earth in tartarus
god of music
Iuppiter or Jove (Zeus)
king of the gods; father of many gods; holds royal scepter in…
Neptunus (Poseidon)
king of the sea; trident in hand, lives under waves of sea
42 terms
Lingua Latina Chapter 6
via
mūrus
porta
lectīca
road
wall
gate
litter
via
road
mūrus
wall
169 terms
Lingua Latina
FLUVIUS I
INSULA I
OPPIDUM I
OCEANUS I
fluvius
īnsula
oppidum
ōceanus
FLUVIUS I
fluvius
INSULA I
īnsula
58 terms
Lingua Latina Capitulum Duodecimum (12)
frater
soror
nōmen
praenomen
brother
sister
name
first name
frater
brother
soror
sister
42 terms
Lingua Latina Chapter 1
grammatica, -ae
insula, -ae
littera, -ae
prōvincia, -ae
grammar
island
letter
province
grammatica, -ae
grammar
insula, -ae
island
36 terms
Lingua Latina Chapter 4
sacculus, -ī, m.
pecūnia, -ae, f.
nummus, -ī, m.
mēnsa, -ae, f.
coin purse
money
coin
table
sacculus, -ī, m.
coin purse
pecūnia, -ae, f.
money
38 terms
Lingua Latina Chapter 8
taberna, -ae, f.
gemma, -ae, f.
margarīta, -ae, f.
tabernārius, -ī, m.
shop
gem
pearl
shopkeeper
taberna, -ae, f.
shop
gemma, -ae, f.
gem
60 terms
Lingua Latina: Capitulum Undecimum (11)
corpus
membrum
bracchium
crūs
body
limb
arm
leg
corpus
body
membrum
limb
36 terms
Lingua Latina Chapter 3
mamma, -ae
persōna, -ae
scaena, -ae
accūsātīvus, -ī
mommy
character, person
scene
accusative
mamma, -ae
mommy
persōna, -ae
character, person
35 terms
Lingua Latina: Capitulum Tertium
scaena, scaenae, f.
persōna, persōnae, f.; actor
mamma, mammae, f.
laetus, laeta, laetum
(Harry Potter); (Daniel Radcliffe)
scaena, scaenae, f.
persōna, persōnae, f.; actor
(Harry Potter); (Daniel Radcliffe)
38 terms
Lingua Latina Chapter 7
oculus, ī, m.
lacrima, -ae, f.
speculum, -ī, n.
ōstiārius, -ī, m.
eye
tear
mirror
doorkeeper
oculus, ī, m.
eye
lacrima, -ae, f.
tear
35 terms
Lingua Latina Chapter 2
ancilla, -ae, f.
domina, -ae, f.
familia, -ae, f.
fēmina, -ae, f.
female slave
mistress
family (household)
woman
ancilla, -ae, f.
female slave
domina, -ae, f.
mistress
34 terms
Lingua Latina: Capitulum Secundum
vir
fēmina
puer
puella
vir
fēmina
61 terms
Lingua Latina Chapter 10
asinus
bēstia
leō, leōnis, m.
homō, hominis, m.
donkey
beast
lion
man
asinus
donkey
bēstia
beast
33 terms
Lingua Latina Capitulum Quartum (4)
sacculus
pecūnia
nummus
mēnsa
small sack, purse
money
coin
table
sacculus
small sack, purse
pecūnia
money
9 terms
Lingua Latina Capitulum 3
Probus, a, um
Improbus, a, um
Cantare
Pulsare
Probus, a, um
Improbus, a, um
180 terms
Lingua Latina 1-5 Vocabulary
vīlla, -ae, f.
hortus, -ī, m.
rosa, -ae, f.
līlium, -ī, n.
vīlla, -ae, f.
hortus, -ī, m.
36 terms
Lingua Latina 1 CH 07 (RING)
lacrima, -ae, f.
datīvus, -ī, m.
mālum, -ī, nt.
oculus, -ī, m.
tear
dative (case, "cāsus" in Latin)
apple
eye
lacrima, -ae, f.
tear
datīvus, -ī, m.
dative (case, "cāsus" in Latin)
50 terms
Lingua Latina Capitulum Nonum (9)
campus
pāstor
canis
ovis
field, plain
shepherd
dog
sheep
campus
field, plain
pāstor
shepherd
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