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Servare
To save, keep

- Preserve
- Conserve
- Reserve
- Deserve
Demonstrare
To point out

- Demonstrate
Dare
To give

- Donor
- Data
- Dedicate
Culpare
To blame

- Culprit
- Exculpate
- Culpable
Clamare
To shout

- Claim
- Proclaim
- Declaim
- Exclaim
- Claimant
- Exclamation
Circumspectare
To look around

- Circumspect
- Circumpection
Superare
To conquer, overcome, defeat
Monstrare
To show
Narrare
To tell

- Narrate
Navigare
To sail, steer

- Naviagate
Nuntiare
To announce

- Announce
- Denounce
- Pronounciation
Terrer
To frighten, terrify

- Terrify
- Terrible
- Terrorist
Videre
To see

- Visible
- Vision
- Provide
- Visor
Oppugnare
To attack
Occupare
To seize, occupy

- Occupy
Parare
To prepare

- Prepare
- Pare
- Apparatus
Portare
To carry

- Portable
- Report
- Deport
- Export
- Import
- Support
Monere
To warn

- Admonish
- Monitor
Pugnare
To fight

- Pugnacious
Sedere
To sit

- Session
- Sedan
- Sedate
Amare
To love

- Amorous
- Aimer
- l'amour
- paramour
Locare
To place

- Locate
- Local
- Locale
Laudare
To praise

- Laudable
- Laudatory
- Applaud
- Plaudits
Habere
To have, hold

- Habit
- Have
Ambulare
To walk

- Preambulator
- Preamble
- Amble
- Ambulatory
Timere
To be afraid, to fear

- Timid
- Intimidate
Movere
To move

- Movable
- Motor
- Motilities
Stare
To stand

- Superior
- Insuperable
- Stance
- Status
- Statue
- Stand
Spectare
To watch, look at

- Respect
- Spectacles
- Inspect
Vocare
To call

- Vocal
- Provoke
- Revoke
- Invoke
- Evocative
Mensa
Table
Sella
Chair
Camera
Room
Caelum
Ceiling
Creta
Chalk
Fenestra
Window
Lux Sit
- Let there be light
Ave Magister
Hello Teacher
Avete discipuli
Hello students
Omnes Considite
Everyone sit
Nil Nisi Optimum
Nothing if not the best
Vale, magister
Good-bye teacher
Omnes Surgite
Everyone rise
Valete Discipuli
Goodbye-students
Mens sana in corpore sano
A healthy mind and a healthy body
Gallus
A Gaul

- Gallic
Gallia
Gaul, France

- Gallic
Ancilla
Slavegirl

- Ancillary
Amica
(girl) friend

- Amicable
Amicus
(boy) friend

- Amicable
Aqua
Water

- Aquatic
- Aquarium
Discipula
Female pupil

- discipline
Discipulus
Male pupil

- Discipline
Deus
God

- Deify
- Deity
Dea
Goddess

- Deify
- Deity
Cubiculum
Bedroom

- Cubicle
Creta
Chalk or Crete

- la craie
Campus
Battle field

- Campus
Caelum
Ceiling/sky

- Cerulean
- Ceiling
Britannia
Britain
Britannus
A Briton

- Britannic
Bellum
War

- Bellicose
- Belligerent
- Rebel
Dominus
Master of the house

- Dominate
- Dominion
- Predominant
- Domain
Domina
Mistress of the house

- Dominate
- Dominion
- Predominant
- Domain
Fabula
Story

- Fable
- Fabulous
Equus
Horse

- Equine
Murus
Wall

- Mural
- Intramural
- Immure
Femina
Woman

- Feminine
- Effeminate
Agricola
Farmer

- agriculture
Poeta
Poet

- Poetic
Verbum
Word

- Verbal
- Proverb
- Verbose
Periculum
Danger

- Peril
Roma
Rome
Romanus
A Roman
Ad
To, toward, at, near

- Permeate
Per
Through
Trans
Across

- Transcanada
Inter
Between, among
Propter
Because of
Nauta
Sailor

- Nautical
- Astronaut
- Argonaut
Italia
Italy
Insula
Island

- Insular
- Insulate
- Isolate
Incola
Inhabitant
Hispanus
A Spaniard

- Hispanic
Hispania
Spain
Graecia
Greece
Graecus
A Greek
Fenestra
Window

- Fenestration
- la fenetre
Cave Canem
Beware of Dog
Arma Virumque Cano
'I sing/chant of arms and the men'
Cogito ergo sum
I think therefore I am
Amor Vincit Omnia
Love conquers all
Ex Post Facto
After the Fact
Caveat Emptor
Buyer Beware
QED (Quod erat demonstradum)
What was to be demonstrated
Manere
To remain, stay

- Remain
- Manse
- Permanent
- Maintain
Invitare
To invite

- Invite
Exclamare
To shout out

- Exclaim
Necare
To kill

- Necropolis
Gustare
To taste

- Disgust
- Gustatory
- Gusto
Habitare
To live

- Inhabit
- Habitat
Delere
To destroy

- Delete
Abesse
To be absent

- Absent
Augere
To increase

- Augment
- Auction
Adesse
To be present
Poculum
Cup
Via
Street/road/avenue
Vinum
Wine

- Vine
- Vintner
- Vintage
- Vintager
Stella
Star
Tenere
To hold

- Tenuous
- Retain
- Obtain
- Detain
- Attain
- Tenant
- Tenet
- Tenor
- Lieutenant
Esse
To be

- Essence
- Future
Vituperare
To curse/tell off

- Vituperate
Pecunia
Money
Silva
Forest
Semper
Always
Saepe
Often
Sed
But
Et
And
Non
not
Salutare
To greet

- Salutation
Aut
or
Volare
To fly
Cenare
- To dine
Armare
To arm, equip

- Armaments
- Armour
Patria
Homeland
Mensa
Table

- Mensuration
- Mesa
Puer
Boy
Puella
Girl
Luna
Moon

- Luner
- Sub-lunar
- Lunatic
Locus
Place
Hortus
Garden

- Horticulture
Inopia
A lack or want
Frumentum
Grain

- Frumentatious
Filius
Son

- Filial
- Affiliate
Errare
To err, make a mistake
To wander
Filia
Girl

- Filial
- Affiliate
Epistula
Letter

- Epistle
Copia
Supply or plenty

- Copious
- Cornucopia

* Only a singular noun - can't say supplies in Latin
Cibus
bread, food

- Ciborium
Cena
Dinner, meal
Esse Quam Videri
To be rather than seem to be
Dum vita est spes est
Where there is life, there is hope
Errare Humanum est
To err is human
Deo Volente
God willing
Ars longa, Vita brevis
Art is long, life is short
Est modus in Rebus
There is a proper measure in things
Cui Bono
Who benefits
Curriculum Vitae
The course of ones life (resume)
Delerium Tremens
To have the shakes
(withdrawal)
Exitus acta probat
The end justifies the means
Felix qui nihil debet
Happy is he who owes nothing
Habea Corpus
you may have the body (legal term)
Tertius
Third

- Tertiary
Suus
His/her/their
Stultus
Stupid

- Stultify
Hodie
Today
Quinque
Five

Indeclinable (their endings don't change)
Decem
ten

- December
- Decimate

Indeclinable (their endings don't change)
Tuus
Your (singular)
Cur
Why?

- Curious
Verus
True

- Very
- Verisimilitude
Solus
Alone, only

- Sole
Secundus
Second

- second
Primus
First

- Prime
Parvus
Small/little
Novus
New

- Novitiate
- Renovate
- Novice
Notus
Noted/Famous

- Noted
Meus
My
Malus
Bad/evil/wicked

- Mal
- Malicious
Magnus
Big/large

- Magnitude
- Magnify
- Magnate
Longus
Long

- Longitude
- Long
- Elongate
Latus
Wide

- Lateral
- Latitude
Laetus
Happy

-
Iratus
Angry, irate

- irate
Ignavus
Lazy, cowardly
Angustus
Narrow, steep
Fidus
Faithful

- Fidelity
- infidelity
- Fiduciary
Densus
Dense, thick

- Dense
- Density
Clarus
Clear, bright

- Clarity
Bonus
Good

- bonud
- bon (french)
- bonbon
Antiquus
Old

- Antique
- Antiquated
Anxius
Worried/anxious
Altus
Tall, high, deep

- Altitude
- Altimeter
Albus
White

- Albino
- Alb
Heri
Yesterday

- Heritage
Vester, Vestra, Vestrum
Your (plural)

- Votre
Quod
Because
Mox
Soon
Cras
Tomorrow
Ubi
When/Where

- Ubiquitous
Amicus Curiae
Friend of the Court (an impartial expert)
De minimus non curat lex
Don't bother me with petty matters
Viva voce
With the living voice (orally)
Virginibus Puerisque Canto
"I chant to maidens and boys" - Horaces odes
Vade mecum
Potable device (laptop, cellphone, ipod)
Valete ac plaudite
Lets hear it for the cast
Dative Verbs
Monstrare - to show
Narrare - to tell
Dar - to give
Nuntiare - to report/announce
Demonstrare - to demonstrate
respondere - to reply
dicere - to say
tradere - to hand over/trade
Agitare
To chase/stir/agitate

- agitate
Appellare
To name or call

- Appellant
- Je m'appelle
- Appellation

*can take two direct objects
Celebrare
To celebrate

- Celebration
- Celebrant
Confirmare
To summon/convoke

- Confirm
- Confirmation
- Convoke
- Convocation
Errare
To err/make a mistake
To wander

- Error
- Err
- Errant
- Errand
Laborare
To work

- Labour
- Laboratory
- Elaborate
Properare
To rush

- propel
Carere
To lack

- caret
* Its direct object is in ablative case
Complere
To complete, fill in

- Complete
- Continent
- Continuous
- Content
Iacere
To hurl

- Eject
- Reject
- Object
- Subject
- Inject
- Project

*Sometimes spelled jacere
Placere
To please

- Placebo
- Placate
Respondere
To respond, reply, answer

- Respond
- Response
Ridere
To smile, to laugh

- Ridiculous
- Rire
- Risible
Cera
Wax Tablet

- Ceramics
Cura
Help, care, worry, concern

- Curative
- Cure
Fama
Fame, rumour

- Fame
- Famous
- Infamous
- Defame
Fossa
Ditch

- Fossil
Lingua
Language, Tongue

- Linguistics
- Language
- Lingual
Regia
palace

- Regal
Ager/Agri
Field (for grain)

- Acre
- Agriculture
- Annual
Serva
Female slave

- Servant
- Servile
Gladius
Sword

- Gladiator
- Gladiolus
Legatus
Lieutenant, ambassador

- Legate
- a Delegate
Servus
Male Slave

- Servant
- Servile
Aedificium
Building

- Edifice
Auxilium
Help, assistance

- Auxiliary
Exemplum
Example

- Exemplary
- Example
Proelium
Battle
Donum
Gift
Murus
Wall
Ludus
School, game
Liberi
Children
Vita
Life

- Pura vita
- Aqua vitae
Carus
Dear (to) - takes a dative completion

- caring
Idoneus
Suitable (for), fit (for)

- Takes a dative completion
Nunc
Now
Quoque
Also
Tum
Then
Ubi
When, where

- Ubiquitous
Sub
Accusative: to the base (foot) of
Ablative: at the foot of, under
In
Accusative: into, onto, against
Ablative: in, on
Sine
without
Pro
For, in front of
Cum
With
Ex/e
Out of
De
Down from, about
Ab/a
Away from
Olim
Once upon a time
Iam
Already, yet, soon
Diu
For a long time
Antea
Earlier
Vita
Life

- Vital
- Revitalize
- La vie
Villa
Villa, big house

- Villa
- Village
Vicus
Village

- Vicarage
- Vicar
- Vicinity
- Villa
- Village
Victoria
Victory

- Victorious
Terra
Earth

- Terrace
- Terrain
- Teritory
Telum
weapon (thrown)
Oppidum
Town
Hora
Hour
Gymnasium
Gymnasium
Donum
Gift

- Donate
Coquus
Cook

- Coquille
Consilium
Counsel, advice, plan

- Counsult
- Counsel
- Counsil
Captivus
Captive

- Captive
- Captivate
Avarus
Miser

- Avarice
Arma
Weapons

- Arms
- Re-arm
- Armaments
Anulus
Ring

- Anular
Vulnerare
To would

- invulnerable
Verberare
To flog, scourge, whip, batter, beat

- reverberate
Tacere
To keep quiet

- Tacit
Pulsare
To beat, to hit, to knock

- Repulse
- Impulse
- Pulsate
Prohibere
To prohibit, to keep away

- Prohibit
Postulare
To demand

- Postulate
Liberare
To free, to set free

- Liberate
Lacrimare
To weep, to cry

- Lachrymose
Incitare
To incite, to urge on, to prod

- Incite
Festinare
To hurry

- Festinate
Favere
To favor, to prefer

- Favor
Expectare
To expect, to wait for, to watch out for

- expectation
- expectant
Docere
To teach (can take two direct objects)
- Doctrine
- Doctor
- Docile
- Documentary
Debere
To owe, to ought (to) (often completed by an infirmative)

- Debit
- Debenture
- Debt
- Indebted
Facilis Descensus Averno
Easy is the descent to hell
Radix Omnium Malorum est cupiditas
Love of money is the root of evil
Aliquando bonus dormitat Homerus
Somethimes even good Home dozes
"You can't win them all"
Albae Gallinae Filius
A lucky devil "Born with a silver spoon"
Ceteris Paribus
All things being equal
Albo lapillo Notare diem
To mark a day with a white stone
Liberare
To free, to set free

- Liberate
Lacrimare
To weep, to cry

- Lachrymose
Incitare
To incite, to urge on, to prod

- Incite
Festinare
To hurry

- Festinate
Favere
To favor, to prefer

- Favor
Expectare
To expect, to wait for, to watch out for

- expectation
- expectant
Docere
To teach (can take two direct objects)
- Doctrine
- Doctor
- Docile
- Documentary
Debere
To owe, to ought (to) (often completed by an infirmative)

- Debit
- Debenture
- Debt
- Indebted
Facilis Descensus Averno
Easy is the descent to hell
Radix Omnium Malorum est cupiditas
Love of money is the root of evil
Aliquando bonus dormitat Homerus
Somethimes even good Home dozes
"You can't win them all"
Albae Gallinae Filius
A lucky devil "Born with a silver spoon"
Ceteris Paribus
All things being equal
Albo lapillo Notare diem
To mark a day with a white stone