Definition of arbitrium
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LEM
arbitrium, arbitriī
noun (n., 2nd declension)
  1. [in law] a judgment, decision of an arbitrator
  2. judgment, opinion, decision
  3. mastery, dominion, authority, power, will, free-will, choice, pleasure
  4. an appraisement, apportionment
Abbreviations
arbitrium ī, n arbiter. In law, a judgment, decision of an arbitrator: iudicium est pecuniae certae: arbitrium incertae.

—Judgment, opinion, decision: vestrum, T.: de te facere arbitria, pass judgment, H.: arbitria belli pacisque agere, L.: opinionis: usus, Quem penes arbitrium est loquendi, H.

—Mastery, dominion, authority, power, will, free-will, choice, pleasure: in eius arbitrium venire: ad suum arbitrium imperare, Cs.: (Iovis) nutu et arbitrio regi: rerum Romanarum, Ta.: ad arbitrium tuum testīs dabo, all the witnesses you require: quid suo fecerit arbitrio, L.: popularis aurae, dictation, H.: id arbitrium negavit sui esse consilii, for his consideration, N.: optandi Muneris, O.

— An appraisement, apportionment: eius arbitrio sexagena talenta quotannis sunt conlata, N.: salis vendendi, i. e. monopoly, L.: arbitria funeris, expenses (fixed by an arbiter).
 
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