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ala
Wing, winglike process
I noun
abdomen
body cavity, paunch
III Noun
abdominis
acetabulum
vinegar cup, cup shaped socket of hipbone.
II Noun
acetum
vinegar, acetic acid.
II noun
acidus
sour, acid
I + II Adj
ager
field, land
II Noun
agri
adeps
fat
III Noun
adipis (Ablaut)
a'gere
to do, set in motion, function
III verb
ac'tum
aequus
equal, even
I + II Adj
agitare
to shake, excite, hurry
I verb
agitatum
albus
white
I + II Adj
alga
seaweed
I Noun
algor
cold, coldness
III Noun
algo'ris
algere
to feel cold
alimentum
nourishment, food
II Noun
ambulare
to walk about
I verb
ambulatum
alveolus
small hollow, cavity, pit
socket of root of a tooth
sac or cell
II Noun
angulus
angle
II Noun
anima
air, breath, life
later Latin = souls
animal = adj for "life"
I Noun
annulus
a ring
II noun
annus
a year
II noun
antenna
sailyard, feelers of an arthropod
I noun
anus
the seat, fundament, the lower opening of the alimentary canal
II noun
apex
tip, end, summit
III noun
apicis
aqua
water
I noun
ar'bor
tree
III noun
ar'boris (fem)
arbour = bower (from French, Latin = herba)
arbor = tree
argentum
silver
II noun
articulus
knuckle, joint
II noun
ater
black (not shiny, sharp black)
I & II adj
ater, atra, atrum
atrium
entrance-hall, room, auricle of the heart
II noun
audire
to hear
IV verb
auditum
auris
ear
III noun
aurum
gold
II noun
aurantium
orange
II noun
auscultare
to listen to
I verb
auscultatum
axi'lla
armpit
I noun
axis
axis, axle
III noun
bacillum/baculum
little rod or staff, rod-shaped bacterium
II noun
barba
beard
I noun
bi'bere
to drink
III verb
no p.p.
bilis
bile
III noun
brevis
short
III adj
bucca
cheek, mouth
I noun
bulli're
to boil
IV verb
bullitum
bursa
bag, pouch, sac (between parts moving upon one another)
I noun
bulla
bubble, blister
I noun
ca'dere (cid-)
to fall, befall
III verb
casum
caducus
falling, fallen
I & II adj
caecus
blind
I & II adj
acus
needle, needle-like process
IV noun
aculeus
small point, sting
IV noun
acumen
point
III noun
acuminis
bulla
bubble, blister
I noun
caducus
falling, fallen
I & II adj
caedere
to cut, kill
III verb
caesum
cid-, cis-
calere
to be warm
? verb
calx
heel
III noun (fem)
calcis
calcar
spur
calx
limestone, lime concretion
III noun (masc)
calcis
cambium
exchange
II noun
cancer
crab; cancer, tumour
II noun
cancri
French: Chancre
capere
to take, seize, grasp
III verb
captum
cip(i)-, cept-
capillus
hair; minute blood vessel
II noun
capsa
box
I noun
capillus
hair; minute blood vessel
II noun
capsa
box
I noun
caput
head
III noun
capitis
cep-, cip-
caro
flesh
III noun
carnis
cartilago
gristle, cartilage
III noun
cartilaginis
caseus
cheese
II noun
cauda
tail
I noun
caulis
stalk
III noun
cavus
hollow
I & II adj
cedere
to go, move (withdraw, yield)
III verb
cessum
cella
room, cell
I noun
cera
wax
I noun
cerumen
earwax
III noun
ceruminis
cerebrum
brain
II noun
cernere
to sift, distinguish, separate; secrete
III verb
cretum
cre-
cervix
neck
III noun
cervicis
cicatrix
scar
III noun
cicatricis
cilium
eyelid; hair-like process
II noun
citare
to rouse, put in motion, stir up
I verb
citatum
cie-, cit-
claudere
to close, shut
III verb
clausum
clus-
colere
to till, care for, inhabit
? verb
cultum
collum
neck
II noun
cor
heart
III noun
cordis
cornu
horn, horn-like projection
IV noun
corpus
body
III noun
corporis
cortex
bark, outer layer
III noun
corticis
costa
rib
I noun
coxa
hip
I noun
crescere
to increase, grow
III verb
cretum (same as cernere)
cre-
cubare
to lie down
I verb
cubatum
-cumbere
to lie down
? verb
cubitum
cubitus
elbow
IV noun
from p.p. of verb cubare
cuprum
copper
II noun
currere
to run
III verb
cursum
cutere
to shake, strike
III noun
cussum
cutis
skin
III noun
dens
tooth
III noun
dentis
dexter
right (hand or side)
dextra, -um
digitus
finger, toe
II noun
dolere
to feel pain (intransitive), give pain (transitive)
II verb
dormire
to sleep
IV verb
dormitum
dorsum
the back, upper part
II noun
ducere
to lead, to draw
III verb
ductum
durus
hard
I & II adj
ductus
passageway, duct
IV noun
errare
to wander, deviate
I verb
erratum
exter, externus, exterior (comp.), extremus (super)
on the outside, outermost
I & II adj
extrinsecus
from the outside
I & II adj
facere
to do, make, cause
III verb
factum
facie- (i stem), fic-, fect-
facies
form, figure, face, outer surface
V noun
fici-
fascia
band, bundle; band of tissue investing muscles or organs, a bandage
I noun
fatigare
to grow weary
I verb
fatigatum (fatigue in French, u keep g hard)
febris
fever
III noun
femur
thigh, thighbone
III noun
femoris
ferre
to bear, carry, produce
III verb
latum
(diff't w/ ferrum, 1 r vs 2 rs)
ferrum
iron
II noun
fervere
to boil, be hot, glow
II verb
fetus
a bringing forth, offspring
IV noun
fe-
fibra
fiber, filament
I noun
fibula
pin, brooch; outer bone of leg
I noun
filum
thread
II noun
findere
to split, cleave
III verb
fissum
fid-
fistula
reed, pipe; pipe-like ulcer
I noun
flagellum
whip, scourge; whip-like appendage
II noun
flare
to blow, distend with gas
I verb
flatum
flavus
yellow
I & II adj
flectere
to bend, turn
III verb
flexum
flos
flower, blosom
III noun
floris
fluere
to flow
III verb
fluctum
flux- (supine)
fluvius
river
II noun
folium
leaf
II noun
forare
to bore, drill
I noun
foratum
forma
shape, form
I noun
fossa
something dug, ditch; depression
I noun
frangere
to break
fractum
frag-
frons
leaf, leafy branch
III noun
frondis
frons
front, forehead
III noun
frontis
frux or fructus
fruit (French)
III noun
frugis
fugere
to flee, shun
III verb
fugare
to put something to flight, drives away
I verb
fundere
to pour, melt
III verb
fusum
fungus
mushroom, fungus
II noun
furca
fork, prong
I noun
geminus
twin, paired, born together
I & II adj
gemelli
twins
plural nominative
gemma
bud, gem
I noun
genu
knee (cognate), kneelike bend or protuberance
IV noun
genus
kind, sort, origin, race; class
III noun
generis
gerere
to bear, carry (not ferre - this is more to carry on the body)
? verb
gestum
germen
sprout, germ
III noun
germinis
gignere
to beget
III verb
genitum
gingiva
the gum
I noun
glans
acorn; gland
III noun
glandis
globus
ball, sphere
II noun
gluten
glue, gelantin(ous)
III noun
glutinis
gradi (mid voice)
to step, walk, go
III verb
gressum
gravis
heavy, laden, severe; pregnant
III adj
gustare
to taste
I verb
gustatum
guttur
throat
III noun
gutturis
habere
to have, hold
II verb
habitum
habitare
to inhabit, dwell
I verb
haerere
to stick, cling
II verb
haesum
halare
to breathe (out or in)
I verb
halitum
halitus
breath
? noun (IV?)
hiare
to stand open, yawn, gape
I verb
hiatum
hiatus
an opening, gap, fissure
? noun (IV?)
homo
man, human being
III noun
hominis
hora
hour or time
I noun
hortus
garden
II noun
humerus
shoulder, upper arm
II noun
humor
liquid, moisture
III noun
humidus
damp, moist
I & II adj
humus
earth (soil)
II (fem) noun
ire
to go
IV verb
itum
i- (very concealed!)
ilium
flank, upper portion of hipbone
II noun
ileum
distal portion of small intestine
inguen
groin
III noun
inguinis
intestinus
internal; intestine
I & II adj
jacere
to lie, to be recumbent
II verb
jacere
to cause to lie, throw
III verb
jactum
jaci- (i stem)
jactare
to cause to lie, throw
I verb
jacul-
jungere or jugere
to join
III verb
junctum
jugum
yoke, a depression or ridge connecting two structures
II noun
labi (middle voice)
to glide, slip, fall
? verb
lapsum
lapsus
a slip, a falling
IV noun
labium, labrum
lip, lip-like structure
II noun
lac
milk
III noun
lactis
lacrima
tear
I noun
laedere
to hurt, strike, injure
III noun
laesum
lamina, lamella
thin plate, layer
I noun
larva
ghost, mask; early stage of some animals when unlike the parent ("masked")
I noun
latus (adj)
wide, broad
I & II adj
dilatatus
expanded
I & II adj
latus (n)
side
III noun
lateris
lavare
to wash
I verb
lotum
lue-, lut-
lens
lentil, lens
III noun
lentis
lentigo, lentiginis, lenticula
lentil-shaped spot, freckle
cadere
to fall, befall
III verb
casum
cid-
letum, lethum
death
II noun
levare
to lighten, raise
I verb
levatum
levis
light-weight
III adj
ligare
to tie, bind
I verb
ligatum
ligamentum
ligament
II noun
ligament
lignum
wood
II noun
lingua
tongue
I noun
ligula
small tongue, shoe-tongue, latchet, strap
I noun
liquare
to melt
I verb
liquescere
to become fluid
III verb
locus
place
II noun
longus
long (cognate)
I & II adj
lucere
to shine
II verb
lux
light
III noun
lucis
lucidus
clear
I & II adj
lumbus
loin
II noun
lumen
light; space between walls of tubular organ
II noun
luminis
luna
moon
I noun
luxare
to dislocate
I verb
luxatum
macula
spot, stain
I noun
magnus
large, great
I & II adj
mala
cheek, cheekbone, jaw
I noun
malus
bad, faulty
I & II adj
mamma
breast, mammary gland, pap
I noun
mandibula
jaw, bone of lower jaw
I noun
mandere
to chew
? verb
manus
hand
IV noun
manubrium
handle
? noun
mater
mother
III noun
matris
matrix
a breeding animal, a womb; the groundwork in which anything is cast or develops
III noun
matricis
maturare
to make ripe
I verb
maturatum
maturus
ripe
I & II adj
maxilla
jaw, upper jawbone
I noun
meare
to go, pass
I verb
meatus
passage
IV noun
medius
middle
I & II adj
mens
mind
III noun
mentis
mensis
month
III noun
menstruus
monthly
I & II adj
mentum
chin
II noun
miscere
to mix
II verb
mixtum
mittere
to let go, send
III verb
missum
moles
mass
III noun
mollis
soft
III adj
mollire
to soften
IV verb
mollitum
molluscus
soft
I & II adj
morbus
disease
II noun
mors
death
III noun
mortis
mori (middle voice)
to die
? verb
mortuum
movere
to move
II verb
motum
mucus
mucus
II noun
multus
many, much
I & II adj
multa = many things
mus
mouse
III noun
muris
musculus
little mouse; muscle
II noun
mutare
to change
I verb
mutatum
naris
nostril
III noun
nasus
nose
II noun
nervus
sinew; nerve
II noun
nidus
nest, point of origin or development
II noun
niger
black
I & II adj
nigri
nocere
to harm, to hurt
II verb
nocitum
noxius, nocuus
hurtful
I & II adj
nomen
name, means of knowing
III noun
nominis
norma
a measure, standard or pattern; regular or normal
I noun
nox
night
III noun
noctis
nudus
naked, uncovered
I & II adj
nutrire
to nourish, feed
IV verb
nutritum
nux
nut
III noun
nucis
nucleus
little nut, kernel, core
II noun
oculus
eye; bud
II noun
olere
to emit a smell
? verb
odor
a smell
III noun
odoris
oleum
oil (as, suffix, -ol)
II noun
omnis
all, every
III adj
orbis
circle, wheel (2-D, globus is 3-D)
III noun
orbita
path, track
I noun
ordo
order, arrangement
III noun
ordinis
os
mouth, opening
III noun
oris
orificium
making an opening, orifice
oriri (mid voice)
to rise, to be born
? verb
ortum
origo
beginning
III noun
originis
os
bone
III noun
ossis
ovum
egg, female reproductive cell
II noun
ovarium
place for eggs (ova)
II noun
palatum
roof of mouth, palate
II noun
palpare
to stroke, touch
I verb
palpatum
palpus
soft palm of the hand
? noun
parere
to bring forth, give birth to
III verb
partum
parturire
to be in labour of giving birth to
IV verb
parturitum
paries
wall (of organ or cavity)
III noun
parietis
pars
part
III noun
partis
partire
to divide
IV verb
partitum
patere
to spread open
II verb
pati
to suffer, experience
? verb
passus
patulus
spreading widely
I & II adj
pectus
breast, chest
III noun
pectoris
pellere
to push, impel, strike, beat
III verb
pulsum
pellis
skin
III noun
pelvis
basin, basin-shaped cavity
III noun
pendere
to hang
III verb
pensum
appendix
something "hung to", appendage, appendix
III noun
appendicis
penna or pinna
feather, plume, wing, fin
I noun
pes
foot
III noun
pedis
petiolus
little foot; stalk, stem
II noun
pediculus
little foot; stem, louse (name given to little worms)
II noun
petere
to seek
? verb
petitum
pilus
hair
II noun
piscis
fish
III noun
planta
a sprout or cutting, sole of the foot
I noun
planus
flat, level
I & II adj
plectere
to plait, interweave
III verb
plexum
plicare
to fold
I verb
plicatum
-ple = fold
pluma
feather
I noun
plumbum
lead
II noun
plus
more (of)
III adj, comp for multus
pluris
ponere
to put, to place
III verb
positum
pons
bridge; slip of tissue connecting two parts of organ
III noun
pontis
portare
to carry
I verb
portatum
potens
having power, potent
III adj
potentis
posse = imperfective participle
potare
to drink
I verb
potatum
potio
drink, potion
III noun
potionis
premere
to press
? verb
pressum
pubes
adult; pubic bone
III noun
puberis
pulmo
lung
III noun
pulmonis
pungere
to prick
? verb
punctum
punctum
a point
? noun
pupa
doll, child; stage after larva for insects
I noun
pupilla
little doll; pupil of eye b/c see a reflection of yourself in pupils like a doll
I noun
pus
pus
III noun
puris
rabere
to rage, be mad
II verb
rabidus
mad, raging
I & II adj
rabies
rage, madness
V noun
radere
to scrape, scratch
III verb
rasum
radula
scraper
I noun
radius
rod, spoke, ray, beam; bone on outer side of forearm
II noun
radix
root
III noun
radicis
ramus
branch
II noun
regere
to keep straight
III verb
rectum
rectus
right, straight
II adj
rectum (intestinum)
distal part of large intestine
ren
kidney
III noun
renis
repere
to crawl, creep
? verb
reptum
reptare
to crawl, creep
I verb
reptatum
rodere
to gnaw
III noun
rosum
rostrum
beak, snout, speaker's end of Roman buildings (beak decoration in front of ships & halls to show victory)
II noun
rota
wheel
I noun
rotare
to cause to go around
I verb
rotatum
ruber
red
II adj
rubri
rubigo
rust
III noun
rubiginis
ruga
wrinkle, crease, fold
I noun
rumpere
to burst
III verb
ruptum
saccus
bag, sac, pouch
II noun
sacer
sacred, holy; bone forming back of pelvis
I & II adj
sacri
saepire
to separate, enclose, hedge off
III verb
saeptum
sal
salt
III noun
salis
salire
to leap, jump
IV verb
saltum or sultum
saltare
to dance
I verb
saltatum
saliva
saliva
I noun
sanare
to heal, cure
I verb
sanatum
sanus
sound, health, well
I & II adj
sanguis
blood
III noun
sanguinis
saxum
rock, stone
II noun
scapula
shoulder, shoulder blade
I noun
scindere
to cut, split
III verb
scissum
scire
to know
IV verb
scitum (scientia - state of knowing)
scribere
to write
III verb
scriptum
sebum
grease, fatty secretion
II noun
secare
to cut
I verb
sectum (sex - division b/w living creatures)
insectum
insect
II noun
segmentum
part, segment
II noun
sedere
to sit
II verb
sessum
sedare
to settle, calm
I verb
sedatum
semen
seed
III noun
seminis
sentire
to sense, feel, perceive
IV verb
sensum
serere
to join, connect
III verb
sertum
series
row, orderly arrangement
V noun
seriatim
arranged in a regular order
adverb
serpere
to creep
III verb
serra
saw, saw-like notches
I noun
serum
watery fluid, blood serum
II noun
seta
bristle
I noun
siccus
dry
I & II adj
silex
flint, dust containing silicon dioxide
III noun
silics
sinister
left, on the left
I & II adj
sinus
curve, bent surface; cavity or recess
IV noun
sol
sun
III noun
solis
solvere
to loosen, dissolve
III verb
solutum
somnus
sleep
II noun
sonare
to make a sound
I verb
sonatum
sonus
sound
? noun
sopor
deep sleep
III noun
soporis
sorbere
to suck in
III verb
sorptum
spargere
to scatter
III verb
sparsum
specere
to see, to look at
III verb
spectum
spectare
to look at
I verb
no p.p.
species
sight, view, appearance; form, kind
spina
thorn, spine
I noun
spirare
to breathe, blow
I verb
spiratum
spiraculum
breathing-hole
II noun
suspirium
deep breath, sigh (under breath)
II noun
squama
scale, flake, thin plate
I noun
stamen
thread, fiber; male part of flower
III noun
staminis
(sta- base is to stand)
stare
to stand
I verb
statum
stella
star
I noun
sternere
to spread out, lay out
III verb
stratum
stilla
a drop
I noun
stimulus
a goad, prick
II noun
stimulare
to goad, to excite
I verb
no p.p.
stria
furrow, groove, streak
I noun
stringere
to draw tight, press together
III verb
strictum
struere
to arrange, construct, build up
III verb
structum
struma
something heaped up; tumour; goiter
I noun
succus
juice, fluid
II noun
sudare
to sweat
I verb
no p.p.
sudor
sweat
III noun
sudoris
sulcus
furrow, groove
II noun
supinus
bending backwards, lying on back
I & II adj
sutura
a sewing, seam
I noun
tabes
a wasting away
III noun
talus
ankle, ankle-bone
II noun
tangere
to touch
III verb
tactum
(tag-)
tegere
to cover
III verb
tectum
tempora
the temples
III noun (pl)
tempus
time
III noun
temporis
tendere
to stretch
III verb
tentum, tensum
tenere
to hold, keep
III verb
tentum
tenaculum
a means of holding
? noun
tentare
to try, test, tempt; feel, touch
I verb
tentatum
terere
to rub (off), chafe; cleanse
? verb
tritum
tergum
the back
II noun
terminus
boundary, end, limit
II noun
terra
earth (land, country, not dirt)
I noun
tibia
pipe, flute; the shinbone, the inner & larger bone of the leg
I noun
tonsilla
tonsil
I noun
torquere
to twist, turn
III verb
tortum, torsum
trahere
to draw
III verb
tractum
tremere
to tremble, shake, quiver
III verb
no p.p.
trudere
to thrust, push
III verb
trusum
tuba (or tubus)
tube, pipe
I noun
tuber
hump, knob, swelling; projection
III noun
tuberis
tumere
to swell
II verb
no p.p.
tundere
to beat, strike
III verb
tusum
turbare
to stir, disturb
I verb
turbatum
turbidus
muddy
I & II adj
turbo
whirlwind, whirling; top-like (bone of the nose), spiral
III noun
turbinis
turgere
to swell out
II verb
no p.p.
tussis
cough
III noun
ulcis
open sore, ulcer
III noun
ulceris
uncus
hook, barb
II noun
(g)nasci (middle voice)
to be born
(g)natum
unda
wave
I noun
undulare
to have a wavy motion, fluctuate
I verb
undulatum
unguere
to anoint, smear on
III verb
unctum
unguentum
ointment, salve
? noun
unguis
nail, claw, hoof
III noun
urina
urine
I verb
uterus
womb
II noun
vaccinus
relating to a cow (vacca)
I & II adj
vacuus
empty
I & II adj
vagina
sheath, sheath-like structure; vagina
I noun
vagus
wandering
II noun
valere
to be strong, be well
? verb
no p.p.
vallum
wall, rampart
II noun
vallare
to surround with a wall or rim
I verb
valva
leaf of a door; valve
I noun
varius
changing, variegated, spotted
I & II adj
varix
enlarged and tortuous vein
III noun
varicis
vas
vessel
III noun
vehere
to carry
III verb
vectum
vena
vein
I noun
venenum
poison
II noun
venire
to come
IV verb
ventum
venter
belly, abdomen, cavity
III noun
ventris
vergere
to bend, to turn
III verb
no p.p.
vermis
worm
III noun
vertere or vortere
to turn
III verb
versum or vorsum
vertex
summit, top, crown of head
III noun
verticis
vortex
a whirl, spiral arrangement
III noun
vorticis
vertebra
a joint (of the spine)
I noun
vesica
bladder, blister
I noun
via
way, path, passage
I noun
videre
to see
? verb
visum
vir
man
II noun
virtus
manliness, virtue, strength
III noun
virtutis
viridis
green
III adj
virus
a potent juice, poison
II noun
viscum
birdlime of mistletoe, a sticky substance
II noun
viscus
internal organ, especially in a cavity of the body; bowels
III noun
visceris
vita
life
I noun
French: vie --> viable (not road!)
vitrum
glass
I noun
vivus
living
I & II adj
vivere
to live
? verb
victum
volare
to fly
I verb
volvere
to roll, roll up
? verb
volutum
vorare
to eat, devour
II verb
no p.p.
unus
one
primus
first
duo
two
secundus
second
tres (tri-)
three
tertius
third
quattuor, quadri-, quardru-
four
quartus
fourth
quardus
fourfold
quinque (quin-)
five
quintus
fifth
sex (se-)
six
sextus
sixth
septem
seven
septimus
seventh
octo
eight
octavus
eighth
novem
nine
nonus
ninth
decem
ten
decimus
tenth
decussis
Roman coin worth 10 units marked X, now crossed, chiasm
undecim
eleven
undecimus
eleventh
duodecim
twelve
duodeni
twelve each (dist.)
duodecimus
twelfth
vigniti
twenty
vicesimus
twentieth
centum
one hundred
language from Indo-European that contains Western languages
centesimus
hundredth
mille
one thousand
mile = duo milia passum (two thousands paces) shortened to mile
millesimus
thousandth
ego
I, the self
clavis
key, collarbone
a-, ab-, abs-
away from, off
ad-
to, toward, near
ambi-, ambo-, amb-, am-, an-
around, on both sides, both
ante-
before, forward
antero-
before, forward or front part of
bi-, bin-, bis-
twice, twofold
circum-
around
co-, col-, com-, cor-, con-
together, with, completely (perfective)
contra-, counter-
against, opposite
de-
down from, from, undoing, or (intensive)
demi-
half, part
(from dimedius "away from middle" pass thru French)
dis-, dif-, di-
apart from, asunder, separation, removal
e-, ef-, ex-
out of, forth, off
extra-, extro-
on the outside, beyond, outer
in-, im-, ir-
in, into, on, against,(intensive)
in-, il-, im-, ir-
not
infra-
below, lower
inter-
between
intra-
within, inside, during
intro-
within, inward
intus-
within
juxta-
beside, near to
non-
not
ob-, o-, oc-, op-
against, in the way, facing, (intensive)
per-, pel-
thoroughly, excessively, throughout, (intensive)
post-
after, behind
postero-
behind
prae- (pre-)
before, in front of
praeter- (preter-)
beyond, past, more than
pro-
before, for, in front of, forth, front part of
re-, red-
again, back, (intensive)
retro-
backward, behind
se-
apart, free from
semi-
half, somewhat
sub-, suc-, suf-, sup-, sus-
below, somewhat, under, near, moderately
super- (sur- from French)
above, over, excessively
supra-
above, upper, upon
trans-, tran-
across, through
ultra-, ultro-
excessive, beyond
-or

-or
the agent, he or that which does, or a condition, state or quality
noun
participial base, or verb stem
-io, -ura

-ion, -ure
the action or condition resulting from an action
noun
participial base
-men, -mentum

-men, -ment
the action or condition resulting from an action
noun
present stem
-ulum, -culum, -bulum, -crum, -trum, -brum

(same)
an instrument or a place or a means of action
noun
verb stem or base
-(t)ia, -tudos, -itas

-ty or -ce or -tia, -tude, -ity
the quality, condition, or state of
noun
adjectival base, present participial stem
-arium, -orium, -ium

(same)
place, space of time, area of work, apparatus
noun
verb or noun
-ulus, -olus, culus, -ellus, -unculus, -illus

-e, -cle, -il
small, little
noun
noun, some adjectival bases
-ilis, -bilis

-ile, -ble
having the capacity, ability, capability
adjective
verb base/stem
-idus

-id
in a state or condition of
adjective
verb base/stem
-eus, -ius, -aceus, -aneus

-ous
having the quality of, made of, like
adjective
noun base/stem
-alis, -aris, -ilis

-al, -ar, -ile
pertaining to, having a connectcion with
adjective
noun base/stem
-anus, -enus, -aneus, -(i)ensis, -(e)stris

-ian
place, origin, belonging to
adjective
noun base/stem
-inus, inus (short i)

-in, -ine
resembling, having to do with
adjective
noun base/stem
-osus, -lentus

-ous or -ose, -lent
full of
adjective
noun base/stem
-ate
to put into action, perform
verb
noun or adjective base/stem
-sc-
to begin an action (inceptive)
verb
verb stem (from noun or adjective)
-fy
to make
facere --> ficere
--> ficer
--> fier
--> fi
--> fy
-ad
toward, in the direction of
adverb
noun, verb or adjective base or stem
-ase
enzyme
-ose
carb
-ate
-ic acid
-ite
-ous acid
-ide
compound of two elements
-ol
alcohol or phenol
from Arabic: alcohol