Latin Vocabulary Trivia Questions Test! Quiz

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Latin vocabulary trivia questions are a good way to test out just how wide your vocabulary is in Latin. Do you think that you are ready to sit for your Latin exam or do you need some extra help? The quiz below is perfect to see just how well you might do if the test was due today. Give it a try and keep practicing!


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Ubi

    Explanation
    The given answer "where, where?, Where, Where?" is a repetition of the word "where" in different forms and punctuation. The question is asking for the correct answer, which is a series of variations of the word "where" with different capitalization and punctuation marks.

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  • 2. 

    Filius

    Explanation
    The Latin word "filius" translates to "son" in English. The word "son" can be spelled with a lowercase "s" or an uppercase "S", so both "son" and "Son" are correct translations of "filius".

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  • 3. 

    Patria

    Explanation
    country, native land

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  • 4. 

    Filia

    Explanation
    The word "filia" is Latin and it means "daughter". In English, "daughter" is the correct translation of "filia".

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  • 5. 

    Amicitia

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "friendliness, friendship". The word "amicitia" is a Latin term that translates to "friendliness" or "friendship" in English. The repetition of the words in the answer options reinforces the idea that both terms are valid translations for the given word.

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  • 6. 

    Amo

    Explanation
    The given answer consists of a repetition of the phrases "I love, I like" and "I love, I like" followed by "I love, I like, love". This repetition emphasizes the speaker's strong feelings of love and liking for something or someone. The answer also includes the word "love" on its own, which further emphasizes the intensity of the speaker's emotions. Overall, the answer conveys a deep affection and fondness for the subject at hand.

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  • 7. 

    Lingua

    Explanation
    The word "lingua" is a Latin term that translates to "tongue" in English. It is also used to refer to "language" in a broader sense. The answer includes both "tongue" and "language" as they are synonymous with "lingua". The repetition of "tongue" and "language" in different orders is likely included to emphasize the connection between the two terms.

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  • 8. 

    Equus

  • 9. 

    Poeta

    Explanation
    The word "poeta" is the singular form of the noun "poet" in Latin. In English, "poet" can be written with a lowercase "p" or an uppercase "P" depending on the context or style guide being followed. Therefore, both "poet" and "Poet" are correct answers as they represent the same word in different cases.

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  • 10. 

    Annus

    Explanation
    The word "annus" is a Latin word that translates to "year" in English. The capitalization of "Year" in the answer suggests that it is referring to the proper noun form of the word, which could be used to denote a specific year or a title. Therefore, both "year" and "Year" are correct translations for "annus".

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  • 11. 

    Pugno

    Explanation
    The word "pugno" is the first-person singular present indicative form of the Latin verb "pugnare," which means "to fight." In English, "I fight" is the correct translation for this word. Additionally, the word "fight" is listed separately, possibly indicating that it is a possible alternative translation for "pugno."

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  • 12. 

    Terra

    Explanation
    The word "terra" can be translated into English as "earth," "land," or "country." These translations all refer to the physical surface of the planet or a specific region or nation. Therefore, any of these options can be considered correct translations of the word "terra."

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  • 13. 

    Gladius

    Explanation
    The given answer "sword, Sword" is correct because "gladius" refers to a type of sword. The word "sword" is mentioned twice in the question, once in lowercase and once in uppercase, which suggests that both variations are acceptable as the answer. Therefore, "sword, Sword" accurately identifies the object being referred to in the question.

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  • 14. 

    Provincia

    Explanation
    The word "provincia" is the Spanish translation of the English word "province". Both words refer to a territorial division or administrative region within a country. Therefore, "province" is the correct translation of "provincia".

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