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The Latin equivalent of the verb 'to take' is 'capere'. One example of an English derivative of the Latin verb is caption. Two other examples are captive and capture.

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Edify is an example of an English word that's based on a word in the classical Latin language of the ancient Romans. The English verb means 'to instruct in moral or religious knowledge'. It derives from 'aedificare', which means 'to build'.

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