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fabula, -ae, f
story
fable, fabulous
Roma, -ae, f.
Rome
Romance Languages
patria, -ae, f.
fatherland, country
patriot, patriotic, expatriate
pecunia, -ae, f. (from the Latin for cattle, pecus. The Romans traded cattle before they had currency.)
money
pecuniary, impecunious
villa, -ae, f.
farmhouse
village
do, dare, dedi, datus
give
data, dedicate, dedication
dono, donare, donavi, donatus
give, donate
donor, donation
mando, mandare, mandavi, mandatus
entrust
mandate, command
monstro, monstrare, monstravi, monstratus
show
demonstrate, demonstration, demonstrative
nuntio, nuntiare, nuntiavi, nuntiatus
tell, report
announce, annunciation, enunciation, denounce, denunciation
a, ab (abl)
away from
absent, absentee, abstain, in absentia
cum (abl)
with
(in English assimilates to con-, col-, cor-, etc) conference, collate, correlate
e, ex (abl)
out from
exit, expectorant, exorcise, export
in (abl or acc.)
with abl. = in, on with acc. = into, onto
incorporate, incarcerate, incarnate, encase, inception, incise, incline, incur (Be careful with this one. Usually the prefix "in-" means NOT in English. This preposition assimilates to the prefix "en-" in some English words)
pro (abl)
in front of, on behalf of
providence, profane, proceed, procession, progress, procure, progeny, provide
sine (abl)
without
sinecure
sub (abl. or acc.)
With abl. = under with acc. = up to
subway, subterranean, suburb, substitute, subsonic, subordinate, submerge, substantive