D800 is a FX camera and can take both FX and DX lenses. But the FX lenses will cover the full sensor or image, but the DX lenses (made for the D90 will cover only part of the lenses) will be smaller files since those lenses can't cover the whole sensor. Nikon D800 will do an autocrop dark/vignetted area of the DX lenses. For example you have the 18-200 dx lenses it will only use the area size like your old D90. Depend on which version the 50mm 1.4 it is a most likely a FX lenses, which all will work on a dx body wit will use the whole sensor area of the full frame.
Most of the lenses you listed are "DX", just search for them on amazon or nikon page, but they will work.
I am also going from a D90 to the D800. Luckily, most of my current lenses are FX. You can use your current DX lenses for now and upgrade later. The faster and sharper FX glass will make a big difference. I love my 14-24, 24-70, and 70-200 lenses.
Trying to use a DX lens on a FX body is rather silly generally speaking. Buy a cheaper DX if those are the lenses you are primarily going to use. I ordered a D800 (hope I get before July) and my lens selection is going to be far more limited although I think it's worth it. 50, 24-70, and 105. I'll get more someday but that'll be enough for what i want to do.