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copia, copiae

(f.) feminine
supply

*the plural (copiae) means troops or supplies
Derivatives:
copious, cornucopia
Gallia, Galliae


(f.) feminine
Gaul, the Romans called France Gaul
Derivatives:
Gallic
regina, reginae


(f.) feminine
queen
Derivatives:
regal
statua, statuae

(f.) feminine
statue
Derivatives:
statuary, statuesque
ambulo, ambulare, ambulavi, ambulatus
walk
Derivatives:
ambulatory, amble, perambulate
laudo, laudare, laudavi, laudatus
praise
Derivatives:
laudable, applause, laud, laudatory
narro, narrare, narravi, narratus
say, tell
narrate, narrator, narration, narrative
navigo, navigare,navigavi, naviatus
sail
Derivatives:
navigate, navigator, navigation, circumnavigate, navigable
ad
to, toward (followed by the accusative case)
Derivatives:
advance, admit, admission, adhere, adjacent, addict, addition
de
from, down from (followed by the ablative case)
Derivatives:
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)
Derivatives:
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)
Derivatives:
transducer, transmit, transcribe, transcend, transact