I forgot to say that we should try and do it without proper nouns or Greek translitterations, but I like many of your words. I'll add some:
A nauta “sailor” nauta, nautae/1st decl/masc/nom/sing
B ob “on account of” prep. +acc.
C lac “milk” lac, lactis/3rd decl/neut/nom/sing
D istud “that” iste, ista, istud/1st-2nd decl adj/neut/nom/sing
E e "from" prep. +abl. (preced. cons.)
F could well have problems here...
G " " "
H ah “ah!;"interj.
I navi “ship” navis, navis/3rd decl/fem/abl./sing
J j was not a separate Roman letter
K In classical times K had become redundant owing to the widening of the letter 'c' to cover the k phoneme. It was left, of course, in archaic terms such as Kalendae and some abbreviations. Thus, we need not include it here.
L animal “animal” animal, animalis/3rd decl/neut/nom/sing
M deum "god." deus, dei/4th decl/masc/gen/pl.
N en "look!" interj.
O latro “I bark” latro (1)/1st conj/1st pers/pres/sing/indic/act
P volup "delightfully" adv. of Terence inter alia.
Q ok, I think we can concede that this one will not work!
R mentiemur “we will lie” mentior, mentiri, mentitus sum/4th conj/1st per/future/plur/indic/pass(deponent)
S anas “duck” anas, anatis/3rd decl/fem/nom/sing
T puderet “it cause(d) shame/ he/she/it feels/felt ashamed” in Subj. mood pudeo, pudere, pudui, puditum (to be ashamed)/2nd conj/3rd person/imperf/sing/subj/act
U eheu "alas!" intetj.
V =u in Latin
W Not a Roman letter
X nutrix “nurse” nutrix, nutricis/3rd decl/fem/nom/sing
Y Not a Roman letter, used in translitteration of Greek
Z Not a Roman letter, used in translitteration of Greek
Thus, we are defeated on Q, but still need F or G, and I think it may be possible to get g...