What words derive from the Latin root 'dens'?

One Latin derivative of 'dens' is dentalia, which is the share beam of a plough. Another derivative is dentatus, which means 'toothed'. Still another is dentifrangibulus, which means 'tooth breaking'. Yet another is dentilegus, which means 'one that recovers his teeth by picking them up'. The derivative verb dentire means 'to cut teeth'. And the derivative noun dentiscalpium means 'toothpick'. A familiar English derivative is dental. Another derivative is dentate, which means 'toothed'. Still another familiar English derivative is the noun dentine.