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Latin Typing Key

a_ e_ i_ o_ u_
ā  ē  ī  ō  ū
Classical Latin

Vocabulary Oxford Latin Course Book 1 Chapter 15
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  • Words from chapter 15
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    •    A. a citizen
    •    B. a dictator, chief magistrate with unlimited power
    •    C. help, aid, assistance, support, succor
    •    D. Self
    •    A. the council of the elders, council of state, Senate, body of senators
    •    B. war
    •    C. Self
    •    D. to drive back, thrust back, drive away, reject, repulse, repel
    •    A. on the day after, the next day
    •    B. to wish . . . not, will . . . not, not to wish, to be unwilling
    •    C. to come around, be around, encircle, encompass, surround:
    •    D. the council of the elders, council of state, Senate, body of senators
    •    A. to handle, touch, feel
    •    B. war
    •    C. a citizen
    •    D. Self
    •    A. Self
    •    B. a dictator, chief magistrate with unlimited power
    •    C. Interrogative how?
    •    D. a consul
    •    A. a consul
    •    B. war
    •    C. to wish . . . not, will . . . not, not to wish, to be unwilling
    •    D. from, away from, down from, out of
    •    A. poor, not wealthy, of small means
    •    B. to give away, give up, surrender, deliver, consign, yield, abandon, render
    •    C. to handle, touch, feel
    •    D. across, over, to the farther side of
    •    A. to handle, touch, feel
    •    B. war
    •    C. a dictator, chief magistrate with unlimited power
    •    D. the council of the elders, council of state, Senate, body of senators
    •    A. on the day after, the next day
    •    B. help, aid, assistance, support, succor
    •    C. and, et...et = both...and
    •    D. Self
    •    A. not, not at all, by no means
    •    B. Self
    •    C. poor, not wealthy, of small means
    •    D. a toga, gown, outer garment, citizen's cloak
    •    A. Self
    •    B. in the distance, at a distance, away, apart, far, afar off, from afar
    •    C. this, hic, haec, hoc
    •    D. across, over, to the farther side of
    •    A. Self
    •    B. to come around, be around, encircle, encompass, surround:
    •    C. to wish . . . not, will . . . not, not to wish, to be unwilling
    •    D. poor, not wealthy, of small means
    •    A. across, over, to the farther side of
    •    B. to give away, give up, surrender, deliver, consign, yield, abandon, render
    •    C. defensive walls, ramparts, bulwarks, city walls
    •    D. and, et...et = both...and
    •    A. to wish . . . not, will . . . not, not to wish, to be unwilling
    •    B. to drive back, thrust back, drive away, reject, repulse, repel
    •    C. not, not at all, by no means
    •    D. this, hic, haec, hoc
    •    A. poor, not wealthy, of small means
    •    B. war
    •    C. this, hic, haec, hoc
    •    D. a dictator, chief magistrate with unlimited power
    •    A. on the day after, the next day
    •    B. to give away, give up, surrender, deliver, consign, yield, abandon, render
    •    C. in the distance, at a distance, away, apart, far, afar off, from afar
    •    D. a dictator, chief magistrate with unlimited power
    •    A. in the distance, at a distance, away, apart, far, afar off, from afar
    •    B. Interrogative how?
    •    C. Self
    •    D. a toga, gown, outer garment, citizen's cloak
    •    A. Interrogative how?
    •    B. a toga, gown, outer garment, citizen's cloak
    •    C. a battle, combat
    •    D. the council of the elders, council of state, Senate, body of senators
    •    A. from, away from, down from, out of
    •    B. Self
    •    C. defensive walls, ramparts, bulwarks, city walls
    •    D. Interrogative how?
    •    A. to drive back, thrust back, drive away, reject, repulse, repel
    •    B. a toga, gown, outer garment, citizen's cloak
    •    C. this, hic, haec, hoc
    •    D. a citizen
    •    A. to will, wish, want, purpose, be minded, determine
    •    B. the council of the elders, council of state, Senate, body of senators
    •    C. help, aid, assistance, support, succor
    •    D. on the day after, the next day
    •    A. and, et...et = both...and
    •    B. across, over, to the farther side of
    •    C. to handle, touch, feel
    •    D. poor, not wealthy, of small means
    •    A. the council of the elders, council of state, Senate, body of senators
    •    B. a battle, combat
    •    C. and, et...et = both...and
    •    D. a toga, gown, outer garment, citizen's cloak
    •    A. on the day after, the next day
    •    B. across, over, to the farther side of
    •    C. a toga, gown, outer garment, citizen's cloak
    •    D. help, aid, assistance, support, succor
    •    A. in the distance, at a distance, away, apart, far, afar off, from afar
    •    B. a dictator, chief magistrate with unlimited power
    •    C. poor, not wealthy, of small means
    •    D. to will, wish, want, purpose, be minded, determine