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Latin -are Verbs

EnglishLatin
to desire dēsīderāre
to sail nāvigāre
to think putāre / cōgitāre
to observe / watch spectāre
to walk ambulāre
to give an order imperāre
to invite invītāre
to preserve conservāre
to praise laudāre
to name appellāre
to plead / beg ōrāre
to delight dēlectāre
to deny negāre
to wander / err errāre
to tell narrāre
to doubt / hesitate dubitāre
to overcome superāre
to create creāre
to brighten / cheer up serēnāre
to free līberāre
to heal cūrāre
to blame culpāre
to fight pugnāre
to hope spērāre
to endure tolerāre
to call vocāre
to work labōrāre
to help iuvāre
to change mūtāre
to dine cēnāre
to ask rogāre
to train ēducāre
to refuse recūsāre
to await exspectāre
to announce prōnūntiāre
to kill necāre
to weary fatīgāre
to prepare parāre
to amuse / delight oblectāre
to restore / cheer recreāre
to avoid vītāre
to save servāre
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