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Latin Vocabulary #8 - Mythology Vocabulary Pt. IV
somnus, somnī - m
stella, stellae - f
unda, undae - f
verbum, verbī - n
sleep
star
wave
word
somnus, somnī - m
sleep
stella, stellae - f
star
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Latin 8 (mythology 4)
somnus, somnī
stella, stellae
unda, undae
verbum, verbī
m; sleep; insomnia, somnolent, somnambulate
f; star; constellation
f; wave; undulate,inundated
n, word; verbatim, verbal, verbose
somnus, somnī
m; sleep; insomnia, somnolent, somnambulate
stella, stellae
f; star; constellation
12 terms
Mythology Latin Vocabulary
Dea
Deus
Galea
Oceanus
Goddess
God
Helmet
Ocean
Dea
Goddess
Deus
God
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Mythology Vocabulary 8-34
panic
cult
patron
ecstatic
a sudden overwhelming terror
a group or system of religious worship
a person who supports an activity, institution etc
producing, experiencing or showing great joy or delight
panic
a sudden overwhelming terror
cult
a group or system of religious worship
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Latin Vocabulary: Mythology
dea... deae
deus... deī
fābula... fābulae
līberī... līberōrum
gender: feminine... definition: goddess... derivatives: deity, deify
gender: masculine... definition: god... derivatives: deity, deify
gender: feminine... definition: story... derivatives: fable
gender: masculine... definition: children... derivatives: liberty
dea... deae
gender: feminine... definition: goddess... derivatives: deity, deify
deus... deī
gender: masculine... definition: god... derivatives: deity, deify
Latin ~ Mythology Vocabulary
dea... deae
deus... deī
fābula... fābulae
līberī... līberōrum
feminine... goddess... deicidal, deicide, deific, deification, de…
masculine... god... deicidal, deicide, deific, deification, deity…
feminine... story... fable, fabulous
masculine... children... liberty, libertarian, liberal, liberalis…
dea... deae
feminine... goddess... deicidal, deicide, deific, deification, de…
deus... deī
masculine... god... deicidal, deicide, deific, deification, deity…
12 terms
Mythology vocabulary 7-8
Panic
Plutocratic
Philippic
Procrustean
Sudden overpowering terror.
Having great influence because of one's wealth.
Tirade, bitter denunciation.
Cruel or inflexible in enforcing conformity.
Panic
Sudden overpowering terror.
Plutocratic
Having great influence because of one's wealth.
22 terms
Latin Mythology Vocabulary Test #1
Lupercalia
Lupercal
Luperci
Palatine
Festival
cave- Romulas and Remus
priest
hills- Romulas and Remus
Lupercalia
Festival
Lupercal
cave- Romulas and Remus
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Latin- Mythology (8 brief tales+ Cupid/Psyche)
Psyche
Cupid
winged serpent
Zephyr
a woman that was very beautiful (even more so than Venus)
he asked his mother (Venus) to use her power to make Psyche f…
this creature helped Pschye and Cupid be together after Cupid…
the sweetest and mildest of winds
Psyche
a woman that was very beautiful (even more so than Venus)
Cupid
he asked his mother (Venus) to use her power to make Psyche f…
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Latin Mythology Vocabulary Pt. 3
caelum, caelī
dōlum, dōlī
fōrma, fōrmae
pugna, pugnae
- n - sky
- n - trick, deception, fraud
- f - shape, form
- f - fight, battle
caelum, caelī
- n - sky
dōlum, dōlī
- n - trick, deception, fraud
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Latin ~ Mythology Vocabulary Part II
caelum ... caelī
dōlum... dōlī
fōrma... fōrmae
pugna... pugnae
neuter ... sky... celestial, ceiling
neuter... trick, deception, fraud... dolorous
feminine... shape, form... form, formation, transform, biform, bi…
feminine... fight, battle... pugnacious, pugnacity, pugnaciousnes…
caelum ... caelī
neuter ... sky... celestial, ceiling
dōlum... dōlī
neuter... trick, deception, fraud... dolorous
31 terms
Latin Mythology (Certamen 5/4-5/8)
Who were Briareus, Cottus, and Gyes?
Who were the children of Typhon and Ec…
What was another name for Briareus?
Who turned Scylla into a monster?
Hecatoncheires (hundred-handers)
Chimaera, Hydra, Cerberus, Orthrus, Sphinx, Nemean Lion, Crom…
Aegaeon
Circe
Who were Briareus, Cottus, and Gyes?
Hecatoncheires (hundred-handers)
Who were the children of Typhon and Ec…
Chimaera, Hydra, Cerberus, Orthrus, Sphinx, Nemean Lion, Crom…
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Latin Vocabulary: Mythology Vocab 2
caelum... caelī
dōlum... dōlī
fōrma... fōrmae
pugna... pugnae
gender: neuter... definition: sky... derivatives: ceiling, celestial
gender: neuter... definition: trick, deception, fraud... derivative…
gender: feminine... definition: shape, form... derivatives: formati…
gender: feminine... definition: fight, battle... derivatives: pugna…
caelum... caelī
gender: neuter... definition: sky... derivatives: ceiling, celestial
dōlum... dōlī
gender: neuter... definition: trick, deception, fraud... derivative…
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Greek Mythology Vocabulary Lesson 8
desolate
brink
stagnant
pauper
dreary, dismal, forlorn
edge of a slope, or of land bordering water
foul from standing, not moving
poor person
desolate
dreary, dismal, forlorn
brink
edge of a slope, or of land bordering water
25 terms
8.04 Latin Mythology Vocab Origins
Adonis
Aegis
Auroral
Bacchanalian
A handsome man.... Origin: Adonis was a handsome man who was lov…
Under/with the protection of a group/person.... Origin: Aegis wa…
Dawn.... Origin: Name of the goddess of Dawn
State of drunkenness.... Origin: Bacchus was the god of wine/par…
Adonis
A handsome man.... Origin: Adonis was a handsome man who was lov…
Aegis
Under/with the protection of a group/person.... Origin: Aegis wa…
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Latin: Mythology Vocabulary List Part III
bellum, bellī
cōpia, cōpiae
frūmentum, frūmentī
meus, mea, meum
neuter... war... belligerent, antibellum
feminine... supply, abundance, plenty... copious, cornacopia
neuter... grain... ferment
my, mine
bellum, bellī
neuter... war... belligerent, antibellum
cōpia, cōpiae
feminine... supply, abundance, plenty... copious, cornacopia
20 terms
Mythology Vocabulary-12-8-16
Anguish
Barren
Consent
Contend
intense pain
unable to produce
permission; give permission
compete; struggle against
Anguish
intense pain
Barren
unable to produce
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Mythology Vocabulary List Part III (Latin)
bellum, bellī
cōpia, cōpiae
frūmentum, frūmentī
meus, mea, meum
n, war
f, supply/abundance/plenty
n, grain
my/mine
bellum, bellī
n, war
cōpia, cōpiae
f, supply/abundance/plenty
29 terms
Latin Mythology (5/4 - 5/8)
What was the name of Geryon's two-head…
Who were Briareus, Cottus, and Gyes?
Who were the children of Typhon and Ec…
What was another name for Briareus?
Orthrus
Hecatoncheires (hundred-handers)
Chimaera, Hydra, Cerberus, Orthrus, Sphinx, Nemean Lion, Crom…
Aegaeon
What was the name of Geryon's two-head…
Orthrus
Who were Briareus, Cottus, and Gyes?
Hecatoncheires (hundred-handers)
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Mythology Vocabulary-Quiz December 8
Anguish
Barren
Consent
Contend
Intense pain(n)
Unable to produce(adj)
Permission; give permission(n;v)
Compete;struggle against(v)
Anguish
Intense pain(n)
Barren
Unable to produce(adj)
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Greek Mythology Vocabulary Lesson 8
dender,dender
phyll,phyllo
phyt
anth
tree
leaf
plant
flower
dender,dender
tree
phyll,phyllo
leaf
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Latin Vocabulary #7 - Mythology Pt. III
bellum, bellī - n
cōpia, cōpiae - f
frūmentum, frūmentī -
meus, mea, meum
war
supply, abundance, plenty
grain
my, mine
bellum, bellī - n
war
cōpia, cōpiae - f
supply, abundance, plenty
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
20 terms
Advanced Vocabulary Weeks 8-10: Classical Mythology
Bacchanalian
Chimerical
Draconian
Eristic
adj. wild with drunkeness
adj. fantastic, unreal, absurd
adj. cruel, harsh, ironhanded
adj. disputatious, argumentative
Bacchanalian
adj. wild with drunkeness
Chimerical
adj. fantastic, unreal, absurd
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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
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Latin Vocabulary {2/8}
Pedes/itis
Eques/itis
Brevis/e
Gravis/e
foot soldier
horseman
short
heavy
Pedes/itis
foot soldier
Eques/itis
horseman
61 terms
World Mythology Vocabulary Lists 5-8
Agog (adjective)
Alleged (adjective)
Apocryphal (adjective)
Bestial (adjective)
highly excited by eagerness, curiosity, anticipation
asserted; supposed; suspect
of doubtful authenticity; probably not true
like a beast; ... without reason or intelligence; brutal; inhuman
Agog (adjective)
highly excited by eagerness, curiosity, anticipation
Alleged (adjective)
asserted; supposed; suspect
34 terms
Latin 8 - Ch 23 Vocabulary
hūc illūc
lectīca, -ae, f.
interdiū
turba, -ae, f.
here & there, this way & that
litter
during the day
crowd
hūc illūc
here & there, this way & that
lectīca, -ae, f.
litter
22 terms
Latin vocabulary lessons 8
heavy, severe, serious
short
common
difficult
gravis, e
brevis, e
commūnis, e
difficilis, e
heavy, severe, serious
gravis, e
short
brevis, e
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Latin Vocabulary Checklist 8
Agitat
Consumit
Ducit
Eum
Chases, hunts
Eats
Leads, takes
Him
Agitat
Chases, hunts
Consumit
Eats
26 terms
Latin 8 - Ch 22 Vocabulary
atque
auxilium, -ī, n.
bene
cuius
and, also
help
well
whose
atque
and, also
auxilium, -ī, n.
help
35 terms
Greek Mythology Vocabulary Lessons 6,7,8
Conch
Precocious
Taughtly
Hermes
Large mollusk shell
Advanced;maturing earlier than usual
Tightly
God of shepherds, travelers, merchants, thieves, and all of t…
Conch
Large mollusk shell
Precocious
Advanced;maturing earlier than usual
10 terms
Week 8 Latin Vocabulary
Caesar, Caesaris
salūs, salūtis
vōx, vōcis
audīvit
Caesar... masculine... 3rd declension
safety, welfare, salvation... feminine... 3rd declension
voice, cry... feminine... 3rd declension
he, she, it heard... verb
Caesar, Caesaris
Caesar... masculine... 3rd declension
salūs, salūtis
safety, welfare, salvation... feminine... 3rd declension
23 terms
Latin; Vocabulary 8
possum (posse)
exspecto (-āre)
servo (-āre)
timeo (-ēre)
I can (I am able)
I wait for
I save
I fear (I am afraid)
possum (posse)
I can (I am able)
exspecto (-āre)
I wait for
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Greek Mythology Spelling and Vocabulary Lesson 8
dendr, dender
phyll, phyllo
phyt
anth
tree
leaf
plant
flower
dendr, dender
tree
phyll, phyllo
leaf
23 terms
Latin 8 - Ch 20 Vocabulary
anteā
enim
Estō!
fābula, -ae, f.
before
for
All right!
story
anteā
before
enim
for
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Latin vocabulary 8
Massive
Maximum
Meager
Mere
Large, huge
The largest;The maximum amount of people on the elevator is 20
Not a lot, not enough; We had meager food supplies
A little,slight
Massive
Large, huge
Maximum
The largest;The maximum amount of people on the elevator is 20
21 terms
Latin- Vocabulary checklist 8
agitat
consumit
ducit
eum
chases, hunts
eats
leads, takes
him
agitat
chases, hunts
consumit
eats
30 terms
Latin Mythology (Certamen Rounds 5/4-5/8)
Who were the children of Typhon and Ec…
What was another name for Briareus?
Who turned Scylla into a monster?
Who loved Scylla instead of Circe?
Chimaera, Hydra, Cerberus, Orthrus, Sphinx, Nemean Lion, Crom…
Aegaeon
Circe
Glaucus
Who were the children of Typhon and Ec…
Chimaera, Hydra, Cerberus, Orthrus, Sphinx, Nemean Lion, Crom…
What was another name for Briareus?
Aegaeon
Latin Vocabulary Checklist 8
agnsocit
celeriter
cupit
dat
recognises
quickly
wants
gives
agnsocit
recognises
celeriter
quickly
23 terms
Oxford Latin Chapter 8 Vocabulary
to be able
to wait, to expect
to save
to fear, to be afraid
possum, posse, potuī
exspectō, exspectāre, exspectāvī, exspectātum
servō, servāre, servāvī, servātum
timeō, timēre, timuī,
to be able
possum, posse, potuī
to wait, to expect
exspectō, exspectāre, exspectāvī, exspectātum
10 terms
Latin vocabulary 8
A nimus, anini
Gladius, gladi
Memo ria, memoriae
Poe na, poe nae
Soul, courage
Sword (gladiator)
Memory
Penalty
A nimus, anini
Soul, courage
Gladius, gladi
Sword (gladiator)
10 terms
Latin Vocabulary #8
pugnō, pugnāre, pugnāvī, pugnātum
oppugnō, oppugnāre, oppugnāvī, oppugnā…
necō, necāre, necāvī, necātum
ambulō, ambulāre, ambulāvī, ambulātum
I fight, to fight, I fought, fought
I attack, to attack, I attacked, attacked
I kill, to kill, I killed, killed
I walk, to walk, I walked, walked
pugnō, pugnāre, pugnāvī, pugnātum
I fight, to fight, I fought, fought
oppugnō, oppugnāre, oppugnāvī, oppugnā…
I attack, to attack, I attacked, attacked
5 terms
Latin vocabulary 8
A nimus, a nini
GladIus, gladi
Iniu ria, iniu riae
Memo ria, memo riae
Soul, courage(animated)
Sword ( gladiator)
Injustice (injury)
Memory
A nimus, a nini
Soul, courage(animated)
GladIus, gladi
Sword ( gladiator)
61 terms
Latin 8 Vocabulary
agricola, agricolae m.
anima, animae f.
dea, deae f.
fāma, fāmae f.
farmer
life force; soul
goddess
report, rumor; reputation, fame
agricola, agricolae m.
farmer
anima, animae f.
life force; soul
26 terms
Latin 8 Vocabulary 8
pes
agitat
porta
ferox
the foot, paw... iii
he chases, hunts... i
the gate... i
fierce... adj
pes
the foot, paw... iii
agitat
he chases, hunts... i
23 terms
Oxford Latin Course Ch. 8 Vocabulary
possum, posse, potuī
exspectō, exspectāre, exspectāvī, exsp…
servō, servāre, servāvī, servātum
timeō, timēre, timuī,
I can, I am able
I wait for
I save
I fear, I am afraid
possum, posse, potuī
I can, I am able
exspectō, exspectāre, exspectāvī, exsp…
I wait for
24 terms
Stage 8 Latin Vocabulary
agitat: agitāvit
cōnsūmit: cōnsūmpsit
dūcit: dūxit
eum
chases, hunts
eats
leads
him
agitat: agitāvit
chases, hunts
cōnsūmit: cōnsūmpsit
eats
Latin Vocabulary Checklist 8
agitat
consumit
ducit
eum
chases, hunts
eats
leads, takes
him
agitat
chases, hunts
consumit
eats
13 terms
Latin Chapter 8 Vocabulary
Iam
Age!/Agite!
Vos
Nos
Now, already
Come on!
You (plural)
We, us
Iam
Now, already
Age!/Agite!
Come on!
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