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18 terms
Jenny's First Year Latin -- Lesson 2
fabula
familia
fīlia
poēta
fabulae, f : story
familiae, f : household
fīliae, f : daughter
poētae, m: poet
fabula
fabulae, f : story
familia
familiae, f : household
14 terms
The First Year of Latin Lesson 31
imperium, -ī n
ipse, ipsa, ipsum
hūmānitās -tātis, F. (homō)
longē, adv.,
command, control
himself, etc.; very
(humanity), civilization.
far
imperium, -ī n
command, control
ipse, ipsa, ipsum
himself, etc.; very
7 terms
The First Year of Latin Lesson 40
Bibrachte, -is, n
plēbs, plēbis, f.
acceptus, -a, -um
cōpiōsus, -a, -um (cōpia)
Bibracte (a town of the Haedui)
the common people
pleasing, popular with (used w/ dative)
well-supplied, wealthy
Bibrachte, -is, n
Bibracte (a town of the Haedui)
plēbs, plēbis, f.
the common people
First Year Latin Basics (Lessons 1-3)
declension
5 main cases (noun uses)
conjugation
1st conjugation present tense forms
Latin noun formation (there are 5)
nominative (subject), genitive (possessive), dative (indirect…
Latin verb formation (there are 5)
-o, -as, -at (singular) -amus, atis, ant (plural) Pronouns ar…
declension
Latin noun formation (there are 5)
5 main cases (noun uses)
nominative (subject), genitive (possessive), dative (indirect…
Lesson 5 - Jenney's First Year Latin
fuga, fugae, f.
perīculum, perīculī, n.
amīcus, amīca, amīcum
ferus, fera, ferum
flight, escape, a running away
danger
friendly
wild, savage
fuga, fugae, f.
flight, escape, a running away
perīculum, perīculī, n.
danger
13 terms
Jenney's First Year Latin Lesson 25
civis, civis, m/f.
fors, f.
hora, horae, f.
litus, litoris, n.
citizen
chance, luck
hour
shore
civis, civis, m/f.
citizen
fors, f.
chance, luck
11 terms
The First Year of Latin Lesson 34
inopia, -ae, f.
praesidium, -ī, n.
Allobrogēs
accūsō, accūsāre, -āvī, -ātum
scarcity
guard
Allobroges (a tribe near Lake Geneva)
accuse
inopia, -ae, f.
scarcity
praesidium, -ī, n.
guard
11 terms
The First Year of Latin Lesson 24
iniūria, iniūriae, F
maleficium, maleficiī, N
rēgnum, rēgnī, N
sēmentis, sēmentis, F
Injustice injury, wrong
Harm
Royal, power, kingdom
Sowing (like sowing crops in a field)
iniūria, iniūriae, F
Injustice injury, wrong
maleficium, maleficiī, N
Harm
16 terms
The First Year of Latin Lesson 1
porta, -ae, f.
prōvincia, -ae, f.
rīpa, -ae, f.
terra, -ae, f.
gate
province
river bank
land, country
porta, -ae, f.
gate
prōvincia, -ae, f.
province
16 terms
The first year of latin lesson 9
ager, agrī, m
arma,-ōrum,n
Frūmentum,-ī,n
Perīculum,-ī,n
Field
arms (weapons)
Grain; pl.standing grain,crops
(trial), peril, danger
ager, agrī, m
Field
arma,-ōrum,n
arms (weapons)
9 terms
The First Year of Latin Lesson 46
impedīmentum, -ī, n.
mulier, -is, f.
adventus, -ūs, m.
mātūrō, -āre, -āvī, -ātum
hindrance; pl. baggage, baggage train
woman
arrival, approach
hasten
impedīmentum, -ī, n.
hindrance; pl. baggage, baggage train
mulier, -is, f.
woman
7 terms
Jenney's First Year Latin Lesson XXI
altitudo, altitudinis, F
forma, formae, F
latitudo, latitudinis, F
longitudo, longitudinis, F
height, depth
form, shape, beauty
width, breadth
length
altitudo, altitudinis, F
height, depth
forma, formae, F
form, shape, beauty
13 terms
The first year of latin lesson 11
Cōnsilium,-ī,n
Cōnsul,-is,m
Caesar, Caesaris, m
Pisō, Pisōnis, m
Plan
Consul
Caesar
Piso
Cōnsilium,-ī,n
Plan
Cōnsul,-is,m
Consul
13 terms
The First Year of Latin lesson 14
concilium, conciliī, N
hīberna, hibernōrum, N
pābulum, pābulī, N
explōrātor, explōratōris, M
Council, assembly
Winter quarters
Fodder (food for cattle)
scout
concilium, conciliī, N
Council, assembly
hīberna, hibernōrum, N
Winter quarters
18 terms
The first year of latin lesson 6
fossa,-ae,f
tuba,-ae,f
gladius, -ī, m
mūrus,-ī,m
Ditch
Trumpet
Sword
Wall
fossa,-ae,f
Ditch
tuba,-ae,f
Trumpet
9 terms
The first year of latin lesson 8
angustus,-a,-um
Bonus,-a,-um
Cotīdiānus,-a,-um
Dēnsus,-a,-um
Narrow
Good
Daily
Dense
angustus,-a,-um
Narrow
Bonus,-a,-um
Good
14 terms
Jenny's First Year Latin - Lesson 8
līber, lībera, līberum
miser, misera, miserum
noster, nostra, nostrum
pulcher, pulchra, pulchrum
free
wretched, unfortunate, poor
our, ours
beautiful; noble, fine
līber, lībera, līberum
free
miser, misera, miserum
wretched, unfortunate, poor
13 terms
The First year of latin lesson 4
Causa,-ae,f
Fuga,-ae,f
Silva,-ae,f
Nostra, possesive pron.
Cause
Flight
Forest
Our
Causa,-ae,f
Cause
Fuga,-ae,f
Flight
17 terms
The First Year of Latin Lesson 44
audeō, audēre, ausus sum
gaudeō, gaudēre, gāvīsus, sum
soleō, solēre, solitus sum
fīdō, fīdere, fīsus sum
dare
rejoice
accustomed (to be), used (to be)
trust
audeō, audēre, ausus sum
dare
gaudeō, gaudēre, gāvīsus, sum
rejoice
6 terms
The First year of Latin lesson 2
amīcitia,-ae,f
littera,-ae,f
nauta,-ae,m
victōria,-ae,f
friendship
sg. letter (of the alphabet);pl. letter (epistle)
sailor
victory
amīcitia,-ae,f
friendship
littera,-ae,f
sg. letter (of the alphabet);pl. letter (epistle)
9 terms
The first year of latin lesson 3
cōpia,-ae,f
Messāla,-ae,m
Belgae,-arum,m
Celtae,-ārum,m
sg. supply; pl. troops,forces
Messala (roman officer)
Belgae, Belgians (Northern Gaul)
Celts (central Gaul)
cōpia,-ae,f
sg. supply; pl. troops,forces
Messāla,-ae,m
Messala (roman officer)
12 terms
The First Year of Latin lesson 12
annus, -ī, M
flūmen, fluminis, N
nōmen, nōminis, N
genus, generis, N
Year
River
Name
Race (Tribe)
annus, -ī, M
Year
flūmen, fluminis, N
River
14 terms
The first year of latin lesson 5
Fīlia,-ae,f
Fīlius,-ī,m
Amīcus,-ī,m
equus, equī, m
Daughter
Son
Friend
Horse
Fīlia,-ae,f
Daughter
Fīlius,-ī,m
Son
15 terms
The first year of latin lesson 10
Lingua,-ae,f
Nātūra,-ae,f
Fīnitimī,-ōrum
Locus,-ī,m(pl.loca,-orum)
(tongue) language
Nature
Neighbors
Place
Lingua,-ae,f
(tongue) language
Nātūra,-ae,f
Nature
14 terms
Jenny's first year Latin lesson 4
ager
nuntius
paro
porto
field, territory
message/er
prepare
carry, bring
ager
field, territory
nuntius
message/er
9 terms
The First Year of Latin lesson 36
āgmen, āgminis, N
novissimum āgmen
prīmum āgmen
cohors, cohortis, F
army (on the march), line (of troops)
rear (of an army) rear guard
front (of an army), van
cohort (tenth of a legion)
āgmen, āgminis, N
army (on the march), line (of troops)
novissimum āgmen
rear (of an army) rear guard
11 terms
Jenny's first year Latin lesson 3
dea
nauta
ambulo
navigo
goddess
sailor
walk
sail
dea
goddess
nauta
sailor
Jenney's First Year Latin Lesson 7
annus, ī, m.
dōnum, ī, n.
equus, ī, m.
porta, ae, f.
year
gift
horse
gate
annus, ī, m.
year
dōnum, ī, n.
gift
Jenney's First Year Latin: Lesson 12
anima, -ae, f
animus, -ī, m
aqua, -ae, f
cōnsilium, ī, n
Breath, life, soul
Spirit, mind, soul; (plural) morale
Water
Plan; advice, counsel
anima, -ae, f
Breath, life, soul
animus, -ī, m
Spirit, mind, soul; (plural) morale
9 terms
Jenny's first year Latin lesson 1
agricola
femina
patria
provincia
farmer
woman
fatherland
province
agricola
farmer
femina
woman
13 terms
Jenney's first year latin lesson 14
auctor
cupido, cupidinis
cura
decus
founder, author
longing, desire
care, anxiety
ornament, honor, glory
auctor
founder, author
cupido, cupidinis
longing, desire
10 terms
Second Year Latin, Lesson 25
utor, uti, usus sum (with abl)
nemo, neminis
caritas, caritatis
talis, e
employ, exercise, use
no one
love, charity
such, of such a kind
utor, uti, usus sum (with abl)
employ, exercise, use
nemo, neminis
no one
5 terms
Second Year Latin, Lesson 22
egredior, egredi, egressus sum
potior, potiri, potitus sum (with abl…
veto, vetare, vetui, vetitus (acc with…
conjuro, conjurare, conjuravi, conjura…
go out
get possession of, become master of
forbid
conspire, form a conspiracy
egredior, egredi, egressus sum
go out
potior, potiri, potitus sum (with abl…
get possession of, become master of
21 terms
Jenny's First Year Latin Lesson 23
arma, armōrum, n (no singular)
castra, castrōrum, n (no singular)
tempus, temporis, n
clārus, clāra, clārum
arms
camp
time
clear; bright; famous
arma, armōrum, n (no singular)
arms
castra, castrōrum, n (no singular)
camp
9 terms
Second Year Latin, Lesson 18
fero, ferre, tuli, latus
infero, inferre, intuli, illatus (with…
differo, differre, distuli, dilatus
confero, conferre, contuli, collatus (…
bear, bring, carry
bring upon, inflict upon, inspire
differ, put off, scatter
bring together, compare
fero, ferre, tuli, latus
bear, bring, carry
infero, inferre, intuli, illatus (with…
bring upon, inflict upon, inspire
14 terms
Second Year Latin, Lesson 15
eo,ire, ivi, itum
exeo, exire, exivi, exitum
transeo, transire, transivi, transitus
ineo, inire, inivi, initus
go
go out
go across, cross, pass
go into, enter upon
eo,ire, ivi, itum
go
exeo, exire, exivi, exitum
go out
11 terms
Jenny's first year Latin lesson 2
fabula
familia
filia
poeta
story, fable
household, family
daughter
poet
fabula
story, fable
familia
household, family
Jenney's First Year Latin Lesson 10
amicitia, -ae, f.
ara, -ae, f.
dominus, -i, m.
frumentum, -i, n.
friendship
altar
lord, master
grain
amicitia, -ae, f.
friendship
ara, -ae, f.
altar
2 terms
The First Year of Latin Lesson 35
nūper, adv.
indicium, -ī, n.
recently
information... per indicium: through an informer
nūper, adv.
recently
indicium, -ī, n.
information... per indicium: through an informer
9 terms
Second Year Latin, Lesson 10
diligens, diligentis (adj)
audax, audacis (adj)
acer, acris, acre (acris, gen)
celer, celeris, celere (celeris, gen)
careful, exact
daring, bold, courageous
sharp, fierce, eager
swift
diligens, diligentis (adj)
careful, exact
audax, audacis (adj)
daring, bold, courageous
9 terms
Second Year Latin, Lesson 9
interficio, interficere, interfeci, in…
adduco, adducere, adduxi, adductus
conspicio, conspicere, conspexi, consp…
conficio, conficere, confeci, confectus
kill
lead to, influence, induce
observe, perceive
accomplish, finish, exhaust
interficio, interficere, interfeci, in…
kill
adduco, adducere, adduxi, adductus
lead to, influence, induce
8 terms
Second Year Latin, Lesson 16
diu (adv)
parum (adv)
parum (noun with gen)
satis (adv)
for a long time, long (of time)
little, too little
not enough, too little
sufficiently
diu (adv)
for a long time, long (of time)
parum (adv)
little, too little
6 terms
Second Year Latin, Lesson 14
extremus, a, um
superior, superius
summus, a, um
ulterior, ulterius
outermost, farthest, last
higher, farther
highest
farther
extremus, a, um
outermost, farthest, last
superior, superius
higher, farther
15 terms
Second Year Latin, Lesson 17
ullus, a, um
nullus, a , um
solus, a, um
totus, a, um
any
no, one
alone, only
whole, all of, the whole of
ullus, a, um
any
nullus, a , um
no, one
7 terms
Second Year Latin, Lesson 13
qui, quae, quod
committo, committere, commisi, commissus
proelium, committere
angustiae, -arum
what, what, which
commit, allow
to join battle, to being battle
defile, narrow place, difficulties
qui, quae, quod
what, what, which
committo, committere, commisi, commissus
commit, allow
7 terms
Second Year Latin, Lesson 1
crux, crucis (f)
classis, classis (f)
cohors, cohortis (f)
consul, consulis (m)
cross
fleet
cohort
consul
crux, crucis (f)
cross
classis, classis (f)
fleet
11 terms
Second Year Latin, Lesson 12
cohortor, cohortari, cohortatus sum
progredior, progredi, progressus sum
dubius, a, um
certus, a, um
encourage
to go forward, advance, proceed
doubtful, uncertain
certain, fixed
cohortor, cohortari, cohortatus sum
encourage
progredior, progredi, progressus sum
to go forward, advance, proceed
11 terms
Second Year Latin, Lesson 23
ut primum, cum primum
postquam
ubi (conj)
volo, velle, volui (takes infinitive)
as soon as
after
when
wish, want, am wiling
ut primum, cum primum
as soon as
postquam
after
15 terms
Second Year Latin, Lesson 19
possum, posse, potui, (with infinitive)
constituo, constituere, constitutui, c…
conor, conari, conatus (with infinitive)
coepi, coepisse, coeptus sum (with inf…
am able, can
place, set up, decide, determine
try, attempt
began, have begun
possum, posse, potui, (with infinitive)
am able, can
constituo, constituere, constitutui, c…
place, set up, decide, determine
21 terms
Second Year Latin, Lesson 20
dispono, disponere, disposui, dispositus
credo, credere, credidi, creditus (oft…
polliceor, polliceri, pollicitus (acc…
conscribo, conscribere, conscripsi, co…
distribue, station
believe, trust, entrust
promise
enroll, write
dispono, disponere, disposui, dispositus
distribue, station
credo, credere, credidi, creditus (oft…
believe, trust, entrust
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