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Mox
Soon
Quod
because
Ubi
When/where

- Ubiquitous
Hodie
Today
Heri
Yesterday

- Heritage
Cras
Tomorrow

- Procrastinate
Cur
Why

- Curious
Quinque
Five

*Indeclinable (their endings don't change)
Decem
Ten

- December
- Decimate

*Indeclinable (their endings don't change)
Vester, Vestra, Vestrum
Your (plural)
Verus
True

- Very
- Verisimilitude
Tuus
you (singular)
Tertius
Third

- tertiary
Suus
His/her/their
Stultus
Stupid

- Stultify
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
Fidus
faithful

- fidelity
- infidelity
- fiduciary
Densus
thick/dense

- dense
- density
Clarus
bright/clear

- clarity
Bonus
Good

- bonus
- bon (french)
- bonbon
Antiquus
Old

- antique
- antiquated
Anxius
Worried/anxious
Angustus
narrow/steep
Altus
high/deep/tall

- altitude
- altimeter
Albus
White

- Albino
- Alb
Cui bono?
Who stands to gain/who benefits?
Curriculum vitae
The course of ones life (resume)
Delerium tremens
The shakes/trembling deleriously
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