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Latin Test #1

Latin III

QuestionAnswer
auratus, aurata, auratum golden
cuspis, cuspidis, f. blade, point
acutus, acuta, acutum sharp
fulgeo, fulgere, fulsi to shine
obtusus, obtusa, obtusum dull
harundo, harundinis, f. reed, shaft (of an arrow)
plumbum, plumbi, n. lead
Peneis, Peneidos ADJ. Peneian, of the river Peneus. (Remember, Peneus is a river god and Daphne's dad.)
Apollineus, Apollinea, Apollineum Apollinean, of Apollo
traicio, traicere, traieci, traiectus to pierce
medulla, medullae, f. marrow
filius, filii, m. son
Phoebus, Phoebi, m. Apollo
animal, animalis, n. animal
gloria, gloriae, f. fame, reown
elido, elidere, elisi, elisus to shatter, strike
inpiger, inpigra, inpigrum active, energetic
umbrosus, umbrosa, umbrosum shady
Parnasus, Parnasi, m. a mountain sacred to Apollo
sagittifer, sagittifera, sagittiferum arrow
promo, promere, prompsi, promptus to bring out, produce
pharetra, pharetrae, f. quiver
Alliteration the repetition of initial sounds of words.
Anaphora The emphatic repetition of words.
Assonance The repetition of internal sounds of words.
Chiasmus Words arranged in an ABBA pattern.
Hyperbaton The violent displacement of words.
Synchesis The arrangement of words is ABAB
Created by: hcmeek