What are some ancient Roman words that begin with the letter f?
A few Latin words that begin with the letter F are fortuna--meaning luck or chance, (this abstract was personified into a goddess), filia, meaning daughter, filum, meaning thread, flagrum meaning a whip, and flamen meaning a priest.
Some Latin words (Latin was the language that the ancient Romans spoke) are: zamia, which means an injury, damage or a loss; zodiacus, which means the zodiac; zephyrus, which means a warm west wind; zona, which means a girdle in the sense of a wide belt or a money belt. Then of course there was the famous battle of Zama in which the Romans defeated Hannibal.
No native Italian words begin with the letter W. Specifically, words which begin with the letter W are loan words. The Italian language does not spell with the letter W even though the sound may exist when the letter U is followed by a vowel. Examples of loan words which begin with the letter W include Wave, Web, Whip, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.