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489 terms
AP Latin Vergil Aeneid Vocab Book 1
iacto, iactāre, iactāvī, iactatus
condō, condere, condidī, conditus
īnferō, ferre, tulī, lātus
ob
to toss
to found, establish
to bring (into)
on account of
iacto, iactāre, iactāvī, iactatus
to toss
condō, condere, condidī, conditus
to found, establish
7 terms
AP Latin Vergil Characters and Events -- Book II
Sinon
Laocoon
Trojan horse
Ulysses
Liar
the priest of Neptune.
high as a mountain. made of pinewood. was to be an offering t…
Baller
Sinon
Liar
Laocoon
the priest of Neptune.
35 terms
AP Latin Vergil Characters and Events -- Book I
Aeneas
Juno
Ascanius
Cupid
Trojan prince who escaped the fall of Troy; fated to found a…
queen of the gods; wife and sister of Jupiter; hates Aeneas a…
son of Aeneas
son of Venus, disguises himself as Ascanius
Aeneas
Trojan prince who escaped the fall of Troy; fated to found a…
Juno
queen of the gods; wife and sister of Jupiter; hates Aeneas a…
35 terms
AP Latin Vergil Characters and Events -- Book I
Aeneas
Juno
Ascanius
Cupid
Trojan prince who escaped the fall of Troy; fated to found a…
queen of the gods; wife and sister of Jupiter; hates Aeneas a…
son of Aeneas
son of Venus, disguises himself as Ascanius
Aeneas
Trojan prince who escaped the fall of Troy; fated to found a…
Juno
queen of the gods; wife and sister of Jupiter; hates Aeneas a…
20 terms
LatinAP.Vergil.BookIV.200
horreo
posui
inanis
exiguus
I shudder
I placed
empty
small
horreo
I shudder
posui
I placed
66 terms
AP Latin: Vergil Book 2 part 2
Dardanius
Danaus
Tyndaris
Erinys
a, um - Trojan
a , um - Greek
Tyndaridis (f) daughter of Tyndarus = patronymic for Helen of…
Eyrinos (f) a Fury, Curse
Dardanius
a, um - Trojan
Danaus
a , um - Greek
489 terms
AP Latin Vergil Aeneid Vocab Book 1
iacto, iactāre, iactāvī, iactatus
condō, condere, condidī, conditus
īnferō, ferre, tulī, lātus
ob
to toss
to found, establish
to bring (into)
on account of
iacto, iactāre, iactāvī, iactatus
to toss
condō, condere, condidī, conditus
to found, establish
20 terms
Vergil Book 2 latin vocab
Desuper
aliquis, aliqua, aliquid
lateo, latere, latui -
for, fari, fatus sum
from above
some(one), any(one)
to lie hidden, hide, lurk 2nd
to speak, talk, say 1st
Desuper
from above
aliquis, aliqua, aliquid
some(one), any(one)
80 terms
Latin vocab Vergil book 4
Acquiro
Auris
Cunctor
Dignor
To gain, acquire
Ear
To delay, linger, wait
To deem worthy
Acquiro
To gain, acquire
Auris
Ear
274 terms
Latin: Vergil
agger
aditus
amnis
armentum
agger, aggeris... m.... mound, bank (of a river)
aditus, aditūs... m.... approach, entrance, dooryway
amnis, amnis, -ium... m.... stream, torrent
armentum, armentī... n.... herd, bull, head of cattle... plural: cattle
agger
agger, aggeris... m.... mound, bank (of a river)
aditus
aditus, aditūs... m.... approach, entrance, dooryway
32 terms
AP Latin Vergil Characters and Events -- Book I
Aeneas
Juno
Ascanius
Cupid
Trojan prince who escaped the fall of Troy; fated to found a…
Queen of the gods; wife and sister of Jupiter; hates Aeneas a…
son of Aeneas
son of Venus, disguises himself as Ascanius
Aeneas
Trojan prince who escaped the fall of Troy; fated to found a…
Juno
Queen of the gods; wife and sister of Jupiter; hates Aeneas a…
35 terms
AP Latin Vergil Characters and Events -- Book I
Aeneas
Juno
Ascanius
Cupid
Trojan prince who escaped the fall of Troy; fated to found a…
queen of the gods; wife and sister of Jupiter; hates Aeneas a…
son of Aeneas
son of Venus, disguises himself as Ascanius
Aeneas
Trojan prince who escaped the fall of Troy; fated to found a…
Juno
queen of the gods; wife and sister of Jupiter; hates Aeneas a…
35 terms
AP Latin Vergil Characters and Events -- Book I
Aeneas
Juno
Ascanius
Cupid
Trojan prince who escaped the fall of Troy; fated to found a…
queen of the gods; wife and sister of Jupiter; hates Aeneas a…
son of Aeneas
son of Venus, disguises himself as Ascanius
Aeneas
Trojan prince who escaped the fall of Troy; fated to found a…
Juno
queen of the gods; wife and sister of Jupiter; hates Aeneas a…
489 terms
AP Latin Vergil Aeneid Vocab Book 1
iacto, iactāre, iactāvī, iactatus
condō, condere, condidī, conditus
īnferō, ferre, tulī, lātus
ob
to toss
to found, establish
to bring (into)
on account of
iacto, iactāre, iactāvī, iactatus
to toss
condō, condere, condidī, conditus
to found, establish
35 terms
AP Latin Vergil Characters and Events -- Book I
Aeneas
Juno
Ascanius
Cupid
Trojan prince who escaped the fall of Troy; fated to found a…
queen of the gods; wife and sister of Jupiter; hates Aeneas a…
son of Aeneas
son of Venus, disguises himself as Ascanius
Aeneas
Trojan prince who escaped the fall of Troy; fated to found a…
Juno
queen of the gods; wife and sister of Jupiter; hates Aeneas a…
489 terms
AP Latin Vergil Aeneid Vocab Book 1
iacto, iactāre, iactāvī, iactatus
condō, condere, condidī, conditus
īnferō, ferre, tulī, lātus
ob
to toss
to found, establish
to bring (into)
on account of
iacto, iactāre, iactāvī, iactatus
to toss
condō, condere, condidī, conditus
to found, establish
274 terms
Latin: Vergil
agger
aditus
amnis
armentum
agger, aggeris... m.... mound, bank (of a river)
aditus, aditūs... m.... approach, entrance, dooryway
amnis, amnis, -ium... m.... stream, torrent
armentum, armentī... n.... herd, bull, head of cattle... plural: cattle
agger
agger, aggeris... m.... mound, bank (of a river)
aditus
aditus, aditūs... m.... approach, entrance, dooryway
57 terms
AP LATIN TEST 1: VERGIL BOOK 1
Test... Aeneid Book I lines 1-209, 418-44…
do, dare, dedi, datus
domus, us f.
donum -i n.
STUDY!! SEPTEMBER 30
give, grant, allow, bestow, put, place, make
household, home, abode, family, race, line
gift, offering, prize, reward
Test... Aeneid Book I lines 1-209, 418-44…
STUDY!! SEPTEMBER 30
do, dare, dedi, datus
give, grant, allow, bestow, put, place, make
31 terms
Latin Vergil Vocab Book 1 (494-506)
Haec dum
miranda
videntur
Dardanio Aeneae
While these
wonders
are being seen
by Trojan Aeneas
Haec dum
While these
miranda
wonders
LATIN IV: VERGIL AENEID BOOK 2
Ergo ominis longo solvit se Teucria lu…
Pars stupet innuptae donum exitiale Mi…
īre
vidēre
Therefore all of troy set itself free from the long grief; th…
Part of the local spectators is dumbstruck at the fatal gift…
present active infinitive
present active infinitive
Ergo ominis longo solvit se Teucria lu…
Therefore all of troy set itself free from the long grief; th…
Pars stupet innuptae donum exitiale Mi…
Part of the local spectators is dumbstruck at the fatal gift…
AP Latin Vergil Characters and Events -- Book I
Aeneas
Juno
Ascanius
Cupid
Trojan prince who escaped the fall of Troy; fated to found a…
queen of the gods; wife and sister of Jupiter; hates Aeneas a…
son of Aeneas
son of Venus, disguises himself as Ascanius
Aeneas
Trojan prince who escaped the fall of Troy; fated to found a…
Juno
queen of the gods; wife and sister of Jupiter; hates Aeneas a…
93 terms
Latin Vergil
a, ab
ac, atque
accipio
acestes
away
and, also
accept
king in sicily
a, ab
away
ac, atque
and, also
24 terms
AP Latin Vergil Book I (305-440)
Ales itis m
Arceo ere ui
Ardeo ere arsi arsum
Avaritia ae f
Winged creature
Enclose, keep off
Burn
Greed
Ales itis m
Winged creature
Arceo ere ui
Enclose, keep off
28 terms
Latin Vergil Book Two (201-211)
ductus
Neptune
sorte
sacerdos
chosen
for Neptune
by lot
a priest
ductus
chosen
Neptune
for Neptune
35 terms
AP Latin Vergil Characters and Events -- Book I (extended list)
Aeneas
Juno
Ascanius
Cupid
Trojan prince who escaped the fall of Troy; fated to found a…
queen of the gods; wife and sister of Jupiter; hates Aeneas a…
son of Aeneas
son of Venus, disguises himself as Ascanius
Aeneas
Trojan prince who escaped the fall of Troy; fated to found a…
Juno
queen of the gods; wife and sister of Jupiter; hates Aeneas a…
11 terms
Latin Vergil
Arma virumque cano
What goddess causes suffering?
Who can help anyone?
Who is the muse of epic poetry?
Arma-illiad(wrath of Achilles) virumque-odyssey
Juno
Muses
Calliope
Arma virumque cano
Arma-illiad(wrath of Achilles) virumque-odyssey
What goddess causes suffering?
Juno
16 terms
Latin Vergil Book 1 Around Line 140ish
pasco (pasture)
sterno (sternum)
absisto (absist)
humus (humus)
pascere, pavi, pastus : to feed
sternere, stravi, stratus : to lay out on the ground
absistere, abstiti : to stand back
-i, f : earth
pasco (pasture)
pascere, pavi, pastus : to feed
sterno (sternum)
sternere, stravi, stratus : to lay out on the ground
266 terms
AP Latin Main Vergil Vocabulary
ā, ab, abs
ac, atque
accipiō, ere, cēpī, ceptus
Acestes, ae (m)
(away) from, by (+abl)
and, also; as, then
to receive, accept
King in Sicily
ā, ab, abs
(away) from, by (+abl)
ac, atque
and, also; as, then
Latin Vergil
Agmen n.
Comes, m/f
Cunctus
Fessus a um
Line of March
Companion
Whole
Tired
Agmen n.
Line of March
Comes, m/f
Companion
23 terms
Latin Vergil
auxilium
ac
telum
ligo
help; supporting resource
and
dart, spear, weapon, javelin
to bind, tie, fasten, unite
auxilium
help; supporting resource
ac
and
10 terms
Latin Vergil
Hendiadyus
Hiatus
Anaphora
Tricoloa Crescens
One thing split into two
Ignoring ellision
Repitition of a word
Three phrases starting with the same word, each phrase succes…
Hendiadyus
One thing split into two
Hiatus
Ignoring ellision
30 terms
AP Latin Caesar and Vergil III
licet
maxime
minus
munitio
licēre, licuit (impersonal verb)-to be allowed, to be permitted
in particular, especially, very greatly
less
munitionis f.-fortification
licet
licēre, licuit (impersonal verb)-to be allowed, to be permitted
maxime
in particular, especially, very greatly
30 terms
AP Latin Caesar and Vergil V
medius
navis
oculus
os
media, medium-middle
navis f.-ship
oculi m.-eye
oris n.-mouth, face, expression
medius
media, medium-middle
navis
navis f.-ship
30 terms
AP Latin Caesar and Vergil VII
miror
misceo
moenia
moles
mirari, miratus sum-to wonder, to be astonished
miscere, miscui, mixtus-to mix. to mingle, to confuse
moenium n.-walls, ramparts
molis f.-mass, weight, difficulty, burden
miror
mirari, miratus sum-to wonder, to be astonished
misceo
miscere, miscui, mixtus-to mix. to mingle, to confuse
11 terms
Oxford Latin Course, Vergil 2
amens, amentis
arvum, arvi (n)
ensis, ensis (m)
leo, leonis (m)
mad, frantic
field
sword
lion
amens, amentis
mad, frantic
arvum, arvi (n)
field
26 terms
AP Latin Caesar and Vergil VIII
simul
socius
somnus
soror
at the same time
socii m.-ally, friend
somni m.-sleep
sororis f.-sister
simul
at the same time
socius
socii m.-ally, friend
30 terms
AP Latin Caesar and Vergil VI
crudelis
cursus
Danaus
demitto
crudele-cruel
cursus m.-running, haste, running course
Danai m.-Danaan, a Greek
demittere, demisi, demissus-to drop, to let down, to shed
crudelis
crudele-cruel
cursus
cursus m.-running, haste, running course
30 terms
AP Latin Caesar and Vergil II
contineo
controversia
defero
demonstro
continēre, continui, contentus-to contain, to refrain, to con…
controversiae f.-dispute
deferre, detuli, delatus-to report
demonstrare, demonstravi, demonstratus-to describe, to show
contineo
continēre, continui, contentus-to contain, to refrain, to con…
controversia
controversiae f.-dispute
35 terms
AP Latin Caesar and Vergil IV
subsequor
subsidium
sustineo
tollo
subsequi, subsecutus sum-to follow closely
subsidii n.-reserve troops, aid, support
sustinēre, sustinui, sustentus-to sustain, to support, to bea…
tollere, sustuli, sublatus-to lift, to raise, to remove, to t…
subsequor
subsequi, subsecutus sum-to follow closely
subsidium
subsidii n.-reserve troops, aid, support
90 terms
AP Latin -Vergil's Aeneid - Book 1 - Thematic Vocabulary
altum, altī
canō, canere, cecinī, cantus
iactō (1st. conjugation)
Lāvin, Laīini, Lavīnus, Lavīna, Lavīnum
the deep (sea)
sing (of) chant, proclaim
toss, buffet
Lavinian, of Lavinium
altum, altī
the deep (sea)
canō, canere, cecinī, cantus
sing (of) chant, proclaim
9 terms
Oxford Latin Reader, Vergil 1
arx, arcis (f)
omen, ominis (n)
pondus, ponderis (n)
avarus, a, um
citadel, stronghold
omen, sign
weight
greedy, miserly
arx, arcis (f)
citadel, stronghold
omen, ominis (n)
omen, sign
10 terms
Latin IV Vocabulary Set #4 (Vergil)
altus, -a, -um
animus, -i; m.
arma, -orum, n. pl.
deus, -i, m.
High, lofty; deep, profound; as a noun = the sea
soul, spirit; heart; courage
arm, weapons
god, deity
altus, -a, -um
High, lofty; deep, profound; as a noun = the sea
animus, -i; m.
soul, spirit; heart; courage
20 terms
Latin IV Vocab. Quiz 4 Vergil Book IV
Fama, ae
Obmutesco, obmutescere, obmutui
Coma, ae
Faux, faucis
Rumor, gossip, fame, reputation... 1st decl. Fem. noun
To be speechless, dumbfounded... 3rd conj. Verb
Hair... 1st decl. Fem. noun
Jaws, throat... 3rd decl. Fem. noun
Fama, ae
Rumor, gossip, fame, reputation... 1st decl. Fem. noun
Obmutesco, obmutescere, obmutui
To be speechless, dumbfounded... 3rd conj. Verb
20 terms
Latin IV Vocab. Quiz 15 Vergil Book VI (Ch. 20)
Quaero, quaerere, quaesivi, quaesitus/…
Sino, sinere, sivi, situs/a/um
Nimium
Propago, propaginis
To seek... 3rd conj. Verb
To allow... 3rd conj. Verb
Too (much or greatly)... Adverb
Offspring... 3rd decl. Fem. noun
Quaero, quaerere, quaesivi, quaesitus/…
To seek... 3rd conj. Verb
Sino, sinere, sivi, situs/a/um
To allow... 3rd conj. Verb
20 terms
Latin IV Vocab. Quiz 10 Vergil Book VI (Ch. 17)
Ulterior, ius
Summoveo, summovere, summovi, summotus…
Concursus, us
Discrimen, discriminis
Further, farther, beyond... Comparative Adjective
To remove... 2nd conj. Verb
Crowd, throng... 4th decl. Masc. noun
Distinction; crisis... 3rd decl. Ntr. Noun
Ulterior, ius
Further, farther, beyond... Comparative Adjective
Summoveo, summovere, summovi, summotus…
To remove... 2nd conj. Verb
21 terms
Latin IV Vocab. Quiz 11 Vergil Book VI (Ch. 18)
Perago, peragere, peregi, peractus/a/um
Nemus, nemoris
Adverto, advertere, adverti, adversus/…
Increpo, increpare, increpui, increpit…
To accomplish, finish... 3rd conj. Verb
Groove, woodlands... 3rd decl. Ntr. Noun
To turn, heed... 3rd conj. Verb
To scold, chide... 1st conj. Verb
Perago, peragere, peregi, peractus/a/um
To accomplish, finish... 3rd conj. Verb
Nemus, nemoris
Groove, woodlands... 3rd decl. Ntr. Noun
20 terms
Latin IV Vocab. Quiz 3 Vergil Book IV
Alatus, a, um
Planta, ae
Fundo, are, avi, atus/a/um
Stellatus, a, um
Winged... 1st/2nd decl. Adj.
Sole of foot, heel... 1st decl. Fem. noun
To found, establish... 1st conj. Verb
Studded, starred... 1st/2nd decl. Adj.
Alatus, a, um
Winged... 1st/2nd decl. Adj.
Planta, ae
Sole of foot, heel... 1st decl. Fem. noun
20 terms
Latin IV Vocab. Quiz 1 Vergil Book IV
Misceo, miscere, mixui, mixtus/a/um
Grando, grandinis
Spelunca, ae
Idem, eadem, idem
To mingle, mix, stir up... 2nd conj. Verb
Hail, hail stone... 3rd decl. Fem. noun
Cave... 1st decl. Fem. noun
The same... Adjective... (Functions like is, ea, id)
Misceo, miscere, mixui, mixtus/a/um
To mingle, mix, stir up... 2nd conj. Verb
Grando, grandinis
Hail, hail stone... 3rd decl. Fem. noun
20 terms
Latin IV Vocab. Quiz 12 Vergil Book VI (Ch. 18)
Insignis, e
Aperio, aperire, aperui, apertus/a/um
Imus, a, um
Resido, residere, resedi
Marked, distinguished (often + abl.)... 3rd decl. Adj.
To open, reveal, disclose... 4th conj. Verb
Bottom of, lowest... 1st/2nd decl. Adj.
To sit down, retreat... 3rd conj. Verb
Insignis, e
Marked, distinguished (often + abl.)... 3rd decl. Adj.
Aperio, aperire, aperui, apertus/a/um
To open, reveal, disclose... 4th conj. Verb
20 terms
Latin IV Vocab. Quiz 13 Vergil Book VI (Ch. 19)
Ut primum
Iuxta + acc.
Surgo, surgere, surrexi, surrectus/a/um
Mensis, mensis
As soon as... Phrase
Near, next to, close to... Adj. + acc.
To rise... 3rd conj. Verb
Month... 3rd decl. Masc. noun
Ut primum
As soon as... Phrase
Iuxta + acc.
Near, next to, close to... Adj. + acc.
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