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copia, copiae, f
supply * in the plural (copiae) it means troops or supplies
copious, cornucopia
Gallia, Galliae, f.
Gaul, the Romans called France Gaul
Gallic
regina, reginae, f.
queen
No hint.
statua, statuae, f
statue
statuary, statuesque
ambulo, -are, -avi, -atus
walk
ambulatory, amble, perambulate
laudo, -are, -avi, -atus
praise
laudable, applause, laud, laudatory
narro, -are, -avi, -atus
say, tell
narrate, narrator, narration, narrative
navigo, -are, -avi, -atus
sail
navigate, navigator, navigation, circumnavigate, navigable
ad
to, toward (followed by the accusative case)
advance, admit, admission, adhere, adjacent, addict, addition
de
from, down from (followed by the ablative case)
descend, decadence, deduce, decompress, deface, delude
in
in, or on (when followed by the ablative case) into or onto (when followed by the accusative case)
incline, incarnate, encase, include, indict (pronounced in-dit), induct, indwell, infringe (assimilates to "im" in some English words) impose, impress, etc.
trans
across (followed by the accusative case)
transducer, transmit, transcribe, transcend, transact