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Mrs. Van's Latin One Class



School:St. Thomas More Academy
Location:Buckeystown MD
Comments:Students should practice their Latin vocabulary once each day in order to stay on top of the continuing list.



Stingray Chaser

Free stingrays and remove harmful algae from the ocean. After removing enough debris from the stingrays, you will be asked to select the correct answer to continue.




Pinball

Vocabulary Pinball Click on the red flipper buttons to keep the ball in play. Try to hit all of the letters with the ball to spell a word. Next, choose the correct definition for the word. A correct answer gives a free ball and an incorrect takes a ball away. Hold down and release the green button to launch the ball! Try all of the lists or register to make your own!




Word Find

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Word Scramble - Words Only

Solve the scrambled words by moving the tiles around. Use the vocabulary definition or math answers to provide you the hint you need!




Word Scramble - Problems and Definitions

Solve the scrambled words by moving the tiles around. Use the vocabulary definition or math answers to provide you the hint you need!




Hangman

Play hangman with your words. Guess letters to form words from the lists that are added by people just like you! Practice your classroom lists.




List Content

actores pg. 74

  • actores -- actors
  • agricolae -- farmers
  • per portam -- through the gate
  • puellae -- girls
  • fabulam dat -- is putting on a play
  • quieta -- quiet
  • clamor -- shouts, uproar
  • petunt -- heads for, seek
  • nautae -- sailors
  • clamor -- shouts, uproar
  • de monte -- down from the mountain
  • feminae -- women
  • nuntis -- messenger
  • manet -- remains, stays
  • otiosi -- at leisure, with time off, idle
  • contendunt -- hurry
  • nautae -- sailors
  • contendunt -- hurry
  • pastores -- shepherds
  • turba -- crowd
  • ruit -- rushes
  • uxor -- wife
  • iuvenes -- young man
  • ad theatrum -- to the theater
  • agricolae -- farmers
  • pastores -- shepherds
  • petunt -- heads for, seek

Cambridge Latin pg. 7 top

  • mater -- mother
  • coquus -- cook
  • in atrio -- int the atrium
  • in culina -- in the kitchen
  • pater -- father
  • servus -- slave
  • in tablino -- in the study
  • in horto -- in the garden
  • est -- is
  • filius -- son
  • canis -- dog
  • in triclinio -- in the dining room
  • in via -- in the street

Cambridge pg. 7 Carberus

  • exit -- exit
  • intrat -- enters
  • in mensa -- on the table
  • stertit -- snores
  • iratus -- angery
  • clamat -- shouts
  • cibus -- food
  • stat -- stands
  • surgit -- gets up
  • furcifer -- scoundrel
  • circumspectat -- looks around
  • salit -- jumps
  • latrat -- barks
  • pestis -- pest

Grade 6 - Chapter 1

  • filius -- son
  • qui estis? -- Who are you? (more than one person)
  • filia -- daughter
  • servi -- slaves
  • quis es? -- Who are you?
  • pater -- father
  • infans -- little child
  • mater -- mother

in foro pg.36

  • ecce! -- see!
  • tonsor -- barber
  • negotium agit -- is working
  • ambulat -- is walking
  • non venit -- does not come
  • in foro -- in the forum
  • pictor -- painter
  • venalicius -- slave-dealer

in foro pg.36A

  • fortis -- brave
  • intente -- intently
  • petit -- heads for, attacks
  • verberat -- is striking
  • ferociter -- fiercely
  • tenet -- is holding
  • revenit -- returns
  • fustem -- club

in triclinio pg. 25

  • et -- and
  • consumit -- eats
  • portat -- is carrying
  • spectat -- looks at
  • optimus -- very good
  • ancilla -- slave-girl
  • mox -- soon
  • videt -- sees
  • cenat -- eats dinner
  • gustat -- tastes
  • dominus -- master
  • delectat -- pleases
  • videt -- sees
  • magnifice -- magnificently
  • vinum -- wine
  • latissimus -- very happy
  • laudat -- praises
  • suaviter -- sweetly

Mercator pt. 2

  • laetus -- happy
  • cenam -- dinner
  • coquit -- is cooking
  • non est -- is not
  • vituperat -- curses
  • pavonem -- peacock
  • audit -- hears
  • exspectat -- is waiting for
  • cantat -- is singing

Mercator pg. 24

  • mercator -- merchant
  • villiam -- house
  • numerat -- is counting
  • respondet -- replies
  • recumbit -- reclines
  • visitat -- is visiting
  • percuniam -- money
  • salve -- hello
  • in lecto -- on a couch
  • amicus -- friend
  • salutat -- greeets
  • argentarius -- banker
  • quoque -- too

Minimus - pg. 10 Adj.

  • callidus -- clever
  • minimus -- very small
  • improbus -- naughty
  • bona -- good
  • formosus -- beautiful
  • optimus -- very good
  • strenuus -- energetic
  • bonus -- good
  • magnus -- big
  • ignavus -- lazy
  • parvus -- small

Minimus - pg. 13

  • cubiculum -- bedroom
  • rident -- smiles
  • vir optime -- sir
  • nunc -- now
  • redi -- go back
  • scilicet -- of course
  • surge -- get up
  • omnes silent -- everyone is silent
  • noli lacrimare -- don't cry
  • praecipue -- especially
  • caseus -- cheese
  • noli tangere -- don't touch

Minimus - pg. 14

  • noli lacrimare -- don't cry
  • miles -- solider
  • parvus -- very small
  • optimus -- very good
  • sede -- sit
  • servi -- slaves
  • villa -- house
  • bonus -- good
  • euge -- hooray
  • cibus -- food
  • improbus -- naughty
  • eheu -- oh dear

Minimus - pg. 3

  • quis es? -- Who are you?
  • pater -- father
  • infans -- little child
  • sum -- I am
  • estis -- you are (more than one person)
  • mater -- mother
  • filius -- son
  • Vindolandae -- Vindolanda
  • sumus -- we are
  • Qui estis? -- Who are you? (more than one person)
  • filia -- daughter
  • servi -- slaves
  • es -- you are (one person)

Minimus - pg. 5

  • carissima -- dearest
  • anima -- soul
  • omnes -- everyone
  • soror -- sister
  • salvete -- hello
  • diem natalem -- birthday
  • sedete -- sit

Minimus - pg. 7

  • famosa -- famous
  • thank you -- gratias tibi ago
  • omnes -- everyone
  • habeo -- I have
  • quid? -- what?
  • olim -- Once upon a time
  • salvete -- hello (more than one person)
  • tibi -- for you
  • sed -- but
  • sedete -- sit down!
  • Happy Birthday -- felix dies tibi sit!
  • salve -- hello
  • donum -- a present
  • quam pulcher -- how beautiful

Minimus - pg. 9

  • villa -- house
  • squalidus -- messy
  • euge! -- hooray!
  • eheu! -- oh dear!
  • hortus -- garden
  • fessi -- tired
  • sordida -- dirty
  • tunica -- dress / tunic
  • miles -- soldier

Minimus Chp. 5

  • pugno -- I fight
  • celeriter -- quickly
  • tesserae -- mosaic
  • pugno -- I fight
  • commodae -- comfortable
  • teserae -- mosaics
  • villae -- houses
  • commodae -- comfortable
  • ferociter -- fiercely
  • colo -- I farm
  • ferociter -- fiercely
  • directae -- straight
  • colo -- I farm
  • viae -- streets
  • directae -- straight
  • equito -- I ride
  • diligenter -- carefully
  • equito -- I ride
  • ita vero -- yes
  • diligenter -- carefully
  • nobiscum -- with us
  • ita vero -- yes
  • celeriter -- quickly

pg 7 top part 2

  • bibit -- is drinking
  • sedet -- is sitting
  • dormit -- is sleeping
  • scribit -- is writing
  • laborat -- is working

pictor pg. 37

  • ianuam -- door
  • vocat -- calls
  • pingit -- paints
  • ad villam -- in the house
  • aperit -- opens
  • picturam -- picture
  • leo -- lions
  • pulsat -- knocks on
  • ducit -- leads
  • magnus -- big, large

Poppaea pg. 77

  • mea columba -- my dove
  • euge! -- hurrah!
  • purei -- boys
  • tu...vexas -- you annoy
  • omnes -- all
  • abest -- is out
  • semisomnus -- half-asleep
  • clamorem -- a noise
  • tu dicis -- you say
  • deliciae meae -- my darling
  • adsunt -- are here
  • tu...facis -- you make
  • fabulam agut -- act in a play

Stage 1 Checklist pg 18

  • coquus -- cook
  • est -- is
  • in -- in, on
  • via -- street
  • tablinum -- study
  • canis -- dog
  • culina -- kitchen
  • hortus -- garden
  • triclinum -- study
  • servus -- slave
  • atrium -- atriium
  • cubiculum -- bedroom
  • filius -- son
  • laborat -- works
  • sedet -- sits

Stage 2 Checklist pg. 34

  • laetus -- happy
  • mercator -- merchant
  • tunica -- tunic
  • ancilla -- slave-girl
  • dominus -- master
  • intrat -- enters
  • mensa -- table
  • salutat -- greets
  • amicus -- friend
  • cibus -- food
  • gustat -- tastes
  • laudat -- praises
  • quoque -- also
  • cena -- dinner
  • dormit -- sleeps

Stage 3 Checklist pg.50

  • forum -- forum
  • ad -- to
  • leo -- lion
  • clamat -- shouts
  • bibit -- drinks
  • ecce! -- look!
  • exspectat -- waits for
  • iratus -- angery
  • circumspectat -- looks around
  • ad -- to
  • clamat -- shouts
  • exit -- exit
  • ianua -- door
  • bibit -- drinks
  • ecce! -- look!
  • circumspectat -- looks around
  • et -- and

Stage 3 Checklist pg.50A

  • non -- not
  • ridet -- laughs, smiles
  • taberna -- sees
  • vinum -- wine
  • navis -- ship
  • respondet -- replies
  • surgit -- gets up, rises
  • villa -- house
  • magnus -- big, large
  • portat -- carries
  • salve -- hello
  • videt -- sees

tonsor pg. 39

  • occupatus -- busy
  • novaculam -- razor
  • poeta -- poet
  • inquit -- says
  • in sella -- in the chair
  • tondet -- is trimming
  • in taberna -- in the shop
  • senex -- old man
  • barbam -- beard
  • versum -- a line, a verse

tonsor pg. 39A

  • secat -- cuts
  • fluit -- flows
  • ridet -- laughs, smiles
  • perterritus -- terrified
  • sanguis -- blood
  • recitat -- recites
  • scurrilis -- obscene, dirty
  • multus -- much
  • e taberna -- out of the shop
  • sed -- but

venalicius pg. 40

  • docta -- skillfull, good at her job
  • navem Syriam -- Syriam ship
  • habet -- has
  • bonum -- good
  • discit -- is learning
  • eheu! -- alas! oh dear!
  • ad portum -- in the harbor
  • quaerit -- searching for, looking for
  • emit -- buys
  • linguam Latinam -- Latin language
  • satis -- enough
  • prope navem -- near the ship
  • contentus -- satisfied
  • pulchra -- beautiful
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