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vergil books
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2
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aeneas encounters a storm and is cast ashore in carthage
aeneas tells dido his escape from troy
the wanderings of aeneas, harpies, meeting with helenus, deat…
didos passion for aeneas, jupiter commands aeneas to leave, d…
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aeneas encounters a storm and is cast ashore in carthage
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aeneas tells dido his escape from troy
29 terms
Vergil Aeneid Book 6
concutio, concutere, concussi, concussus
fodio, fodere, fodi, fossus
fungor, fungi, functus sum
glomero, glomerare, glomeravi, glomera…
shake
dig
perform
gather
concutio, concutere, concussi, concussus
shake
fodio, fodere, fodi, fossus
dig
86 terms
Vergil vocab Book 6
summary of book 6:
starting at line 295
caeno
turbidus
...
...
mud
stirred up, agitated
summary of book 6:
...
starting at line 295
...
62 terms
Vergil Book 4 vocab
grandine
letum
meditor
furvitus
hail
death
to consider
secret
grandine
hail
letum
death
64 terms
Vergil Book 6
aestuo
caenum
gurges
virago
to rage
mud
gulf
whirlpool
aestuo
to rage
caenum
mud
196 terms
vergil book 4 vocab
sedeo, ere, sedi, sessus
culmen, inis, n.
tectum, I, n.
turris, is, f.
sit
roof, summit
roof, house
tower
sedeo, ere, sedi, sessus
sit
culmen, inis, n.
roof, summit
48 terms
vergil book 4
misceo
caeulm
incipio
juventus
(misc)ere, (misc)ui, mixtus, to mix
(cael)i, n, sky
(incip)ere, incepi, inceptus, to begin
(juvent)us, f, youth
misceo
(misc)ere, (misc)ui, mixtus, to mix
caeulm
(cael)i, n, sky
50 terms
Vergil Book I 51-100
impello, Impellere, Impuli, Impulsus
Tantus-a-um
Animus, Animi m.
Antiquus-a-um
to strike, Push, Set in, Motion
So great, So far, So much
Soul. Spirit. Heart, Courage, Daring, Feeling
Ancient, Aged, Former
impello, Impellere, Impuli, Impulsus
to strike, Push, Set in, Motion
Tantus-a-um
So great, So far, So much
98 terms
Vergil Vocab Book 2
caterva, catervae F
comito, comitare, comitavi, comitatus…
decurro, decurrere, decucurri, decursu…
aveho, avehere, avexi, avectus (2)
retinue, band, troop
to attend
to run down
to carry away
caterva, catervae F
retinue, band, troop
comito, comitare, comitavi, comitatus…
to attend
21 terms
Vergil vocab book 4
grandine
eandem
dam
mobilitate viget
hail
THE SAME
CERTAIN
she gets stronger by movement
grandine
hail
eandem
THE SAME
31 terms
Vergil Book Vocab
profugus
vi superum
passus
conderet
having been exiled
having been overpowered by a great force
having suffered
founded
profugus
having been exiled
vi superum
having been overpowered by a great force
208 terms
VERGIL BOOK 1 VOCAB
laeso
hinc
volvere
veteris
having been harmed
hence
rolled
old
laeso
having been harmed
hinc
hence
79 terms
Vergil Book 2
caterva
comitans
procul
occulto/lateo
crowd
accompanying
from a distance
to hide
caterva
crowd
comitans
accompanying
97 terms
Vergil Book 2 Vocab
aspicio
amplector
attollo
aveho
aspicere, aspexi, aspectus... to see
amplecti, amplexus sum... to embrace
attollere, sustuli, sublatus... to raise up, lift
avehere, avexi, avectus... to carry out
aspicio
aspicere, aspexi, aspectus... to see
amplector
amplecti, amplexus sum... to embrace
75 terms
Vergil Book 6 Vocab
hinc
gurges
aestuo
portitor
from here
gurgitis, m - whirlpool
(1) - to boil, surge
portitoris, m - ferryman
hinc
from here
gurges
gurgitis, m - whirlpool
215 terms
Vergil Book Four
sauciō, āre, āvī, ātus
alō, ere, ui, (i)tus
caecus, a, um
carpō, ere, carpsī, carptus
to wound
to nourish, cheris
blind, hidden, dark
to consume
sauciō, āre, āvī, ātus
to wound
alō, ere, ui, (i)tus
to nourish, cheris
23 terms
Vergil Book 2 Vocab
ibi
comito (1)
catero, ere, ui, itus
ardens
there, then
accompany, attend, follow
be free from, lack
to be on fire, burn, blaze
ibi
there, then
comito (1)
accompany, attend, follow
177 terms
vergil book 1
profundus, profunda, profundum
superum, superi N
infero, inferre, intuli, inlatus
laedo, laedere, laesi, laesus
deep, high, vast
proud, arrogant
carry on
offend, hurt, harm
profundus, profunda, profundum
deep, high, vast
superum, superi N
proud, arrogant
35 terms
Vergil book 4 vocab
Aether, eris m.
Ager, gri m.
Amnis, is m.
Commisceo, ere, ui, mixtus
Heaven, ether
Field, territory, land
River, stream
Mix, mingle
Aether, eris m.
Heaven, ether
Ager, gri m.
Field, territory, land
55 terms
Vergil Book 2 Vocab
compages, is, f.
alvus, i, f.
laevus, a um
macto
joint, seam, fastening
belly, body
foolish, unlucky
sacrifice, slaughter
compages, is, f.
joint, seam, fastening
alvus, i, f.
belly, body
128 terms
Vergil Book 1 Vocab
profugus, profuga, profugum
laedo, laedere, laesi, laesus
asper, aspera, asperum
ostium, ostii, n.
exiled, fugitive
strike, hurt, offend, thwart
harsh, rough, fierce
mouth, entrance
profugus, profuga, profugum
exiled, fugitive
laedo, laedere, laesi, laesus
strike, hurt, offend, thwart
54 terms
Vergil Book 1 Vocab
To found
Or
To Undergo
To approach
Condo, condere, condidi, conditus
Quidve
Volvo, volvere, volvi, voltus
Adeo, Adire, Adii, Aditus
To found
Condo, condere, condidi, conditus
Or
Quidve
25 terms
Vergil Book 2
Dido
Danaans
Sinon
Minerva
asks Aeneas to tell the story
made wooden horse
greek youth near horse, explains that the Greeks were meant t…
offerer of the horse, turned against Greek, Ulysseus burned h…
Dido
asks Aeneas to tell the story
Danaans
made wooden horse
20 terms
Vergil Book 1
a, ab
ac, acque, et, atque
Achates, Achatae
acutus, acuta, acutum
from
and
faithful comrade of Aeneas
sharp, pointed, keen
a, ab
from
ac, acque, et, atque
and
45 terms
Vergil Book I Vocab
Cano
Oris
Profungus
Litus
I sing
N. Shores
Exiled
N. Shores
Cano
I sing
Oris
N. Shores
133 terms
Vergil Vocab Book 1
os, oris, n
condo, ere, didi, ditus
infero, ferre, tui, latus
moenia, moenium, n
n. shores
v. to found, establish
v. to bring (into)
n. city walls
os, oris, n
n. shores
condo, ere, didi, ditus
v. to found, establish
30 terms
Vergil vocab book 4
gravis, grave
vulnus, vulneris n.
credo, credere, credidi, creditum
fides, fidei f.
heavy
wound
I trust
faith
gravis, grave
heavy
vulnus, vulneris n.
wound
184 terms
Vergil Book 2 Vocab
Achīvus, a, um
aliquis (qui), qua, quid (quod)
āveho, ere, vēxi, vectus
careō, ēre, uī, itus
Achaean
some(one), any(one)
carry, convey (away)
be free from, lack (+abl)
Achīvus, a, um
Achaean
aliquis (qui), qua, quid (quod)
some(one), any(one)
80 terms
Vergil Book 1
ab oris
profugus a um
profugio ere fugi
Lavinius a um
from the borders
exiled
flee (escape)
Lavinian (city 50km South of Rome)
ab oris
from the borders
profugus a um
exiled
61 terms
Vergil Book II
fit sonitus spumante salo; iamque arua…
diffugimus uisu exsangues.
illi agmine certo... Laocoonta petunt;
et primum parua duorum... corpora natorum…
there comes into being a sound from the foaming salt water an…
we scatter at the sight bloodless.
they in a sure line attack Laocoon
and each snake having embraced them wraps around the small bo…
fit sonitus spumante salo; iamque arua…
there comes into being a sound from the foaming salt water an…
diffugimus uisu exsangues.
we scatter at the sight bloodless.
116 terms
VERGIL BOOK 6 VOCAB
turbidus
gurges
caeno
vasta
thick
whirlpool
mud
great
turbidus
thick
gurges
whirlpool
97 terms
VERGIL BOOK 4 VOCAB
grandine
comites
amnes
leti
hail
comrades
rivers
death
grandine
hail
comites
comrades
86 terms
VERGIL BOOK 2 VOCAB
fabricata est
error
latet
feri
was made
deceit
lies hidden
of the monster
fabricata est
was made
error
deceit
23 terms
Vergil Book 6
Iter
Inceptum
inde
propinquō
way, road, journey
begin, undertake
thence, afterward
approach, draw near
Iter
way, road, journey
Inceptum
begin, undertake
195 terms
Vergil Book 1 Vocabulary
a, ab, abs
altus, -a, -um
animus, -i, m.
arma, -orum, n.
away from, by (abl.)
high, lofty, deep
mind, spirit, thought
arms, weapons, equipment
a, ab, abs
away from, by (abl.)
altus, -a, -um
high, lofty, deep
73 terms
Vergil book 2
Incipio, ere
Serpo, ere
Effundere
Bigae, arum
To begin
To crawl
To pour out
2-horse chariot
Incipio, ere
To begin
Serpo, ere
To crawl
66 terms
Vergil Book 1 vocab
Profugus
Superum
Numine
Casus
fugitive
of the gods
god, divine will
misfortune
Profugus
fugitive
Superum
of the gods
60 terms
Vergil Book 6 Vocab
aestuo
caenum, i, n.
eructo
portitor, ris, m.
boil, seethe, rage
mud, filth
vomit, belch
ferryman
aestuo
boil, seethe, rage
caenum, i, n.
mud, filth
68 terms
Vergil Book 4 Vocab
passim
amnis, is, m.
pronuba, ae, f.
conscius, a, um
everywhere, all about
river, stream
matron of honor
aware, privy to
passim
everywhere, all about
amnis, is, m.
river, stream
14 terms
Vergil vocab book 6
ulva
virga
cautēs
cieō
ulvae, f.: marsh grass, sedge
virgae, f.: staff, wand, twig
cautis, m.: cliff, rock, crag
ciēre, cīvī, citum: to stir up, arouse
ulva
ulvae, f.: marsh grass, sedge
virga
virgae, f.: staff, wand, twig
77 terms
Vergil book 12
obnitor, obniti, obnixus sum
cio, cire, civi(ii), citus
mugitus, mugitus M
mico, micare, micui,
thrust/press against; struggle against, offer resistance
move, set in motion; rouse; urge on; summon
bellowing; roaring, rumble
twinkle, glitter
obnitor, obniti, obnixus sum
thrust/press against; struggle against, offer resistance
cio, cire, civi(ii), citus
move, set in motion; rouse; urge on; summon
42 terms
Vergil Book 1
cano, ere, cecini, cantus
fatum, i, n
litus, litoris, n
superus, superi, n
sing
fate
shore
gods
cano, ere, cecini, cantus
sing
fatum, i, n
fate
29 terms
Vergil book 2
Germanus, germani, m
Diligo, diligere, dilexi, dilectum
Caecus, caeca, caecum
Simulo, simulare, simulavi, simulatus
Brother
To love
Blind
To invent
Germanus, germani, m
Brother
Diligo, diligere, dilexi, dilectum
To love
118 terms
Vergil Book 2 Vocab
avecto ere vexi vectus
ullus a um
fero ferre tuli latum
circumsto are steti
carry (convey (away))
any
carry
surround (stand around)
avecto ere vexi vectus
carry (convey (away))
ullus a um
any
81 terms
vergil book 2
accingo
acies
adytum
aequaevus, a, um
surround, equip
sharp edge, battle line
sanctuary, shrine
of the same age, contemporary
accingo
surround, equip
acies
sharp edge, battle line
17 terms
Vergil Book 1
oris
profugus
litora
passus
shore
having been exiled
shore
having suffered
oris
shore
profugus
having been exiled
28 terms
Vergil Vocab: Book 1
canō
profugus
iactō
altum
pp: canō, canere, cecinī, cantum... to sing of, sing about
-a, -um... exiled, an exile
iactō, iactāre... to toss
-ī... n.... the deep (sea)
canō
pp: canō, canere, cecinī, cantum... to sing of, sing about
profugus
-a, -um... exiled, an exile
60 terms
Vergil Quiz Book 2
see wheelock too and translate book... Qu…
Dative of Reference
Double Dative
Tmesis
...
indicates a special interest or to whom something refers
-dative of purpose + dative of reference
separation of parts of a compound word by 1 or more interveni…
see wheelock too and translate book... Qu…
...
Dative of Reference
indicates a special interest or to whom something refers
68 terms
Vergil Book 6 Final
trānō, āvī, ātus, 1, a. and n.
lūcus, ī, m.
pratum, -i, n.
trāmes, itis, m.
to swim or sail across
a consecrated wood; sacred grove, 6.259
meadow
path, course, line, track.
trānō, āvī, ātus, 1, a. and n.
to swim or sail across
lūcus, ī, m.
a consecrated wood; sacred grove, 6.259
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…
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