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fabula, -ae, f
story

fable, fabulous
Roma, -ae, f.
Rome
Derivatives:
Romance Languages
patria, -ae, f.
fatherland, country
Derivatives:
patriot, patriotic, expatriate

pecunia, -ae, f.
(from the Latin for cattle, pecus. The Romans traded cattle before they had currency.)

money
Derivatives:
pecuniary, impecunious
villa, -ae, f.
farmhouse
Derivatives:
village
do, dare, dedi, datus
give

Derivatives:
data, dedicate, dedication
dono, donare, donavi, donatus
give, donate

Derivatives:
donor, donation
mando, mandare, mandavi, mandatus
entrust

Derivatives:
mandate, command
monstro, monstrare, monstravi, monstratus
show

Derivatives:
demonstrate, demonstration, demonstrative
nuntio, nuntiare, nuntiavi, nuntiatus
tell, report

Derivatives:
announce, annunciation, enunciation, denounce, denunciation
a, ab (abl)
away from

Derivatives:
absent, absentee, abstain, in absentia
cum (abl)
with (in English assimilates to con-, col-, cor-, etc)

Derivatives:
conference, collate, correlate
e, ex (abl)
out from

Derivatives:
exit, expectorant, exorcise, export
in (abl or acc.)
with abl. = in, on
with acc. = into, onto

Derivatives:
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
Derivatives:
providence, profane, proceed, procession, progress, procure, progeny, provide
sine (abl)
without
Derivatives:
sinecure
sub (abl. or acc.)
With abl. = under
with acc. = up to
Derivatives:
subway, subterranean, suburb, substitute, subsonic, subordinate, submerge, substantive