Definition of arbitrarius, arbitrarius
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LNS
arbītrārius, arbītrāria, arbītrārium
(arbitrārius, arbitrāria, arbitrārium)
arbiter
adjective (2-1-2)
  1. Of arbitration, arbitrating, done by way of arbitration
  2. uncertain, not sure
Abbreviations
arbī^trārius, a, um, adj. arbiter. Of arbitration, arbitrating, done by way of arbitration: formula, Gai Inst. 4, 163: actio, Dig. 13, 4, 2; cf. Zimmern, Rechtsgesch. 3 B, §§ 67 and 68.

—Hence, Transf. In Plaut. (with ref. to the distinction in law lang. between certus and arbitrarius: judicium est pecuniae certae, arbitrium incertae, Cic. Rosc. Com. 4; cf. Zimmern, Rechtsgesch. 3 B, § 57) = incertus, uncertain, not sure: hoc certum est, non arbitrarium, Plaut. Am. 1, 1, 216.

—Adv.: arbī^trāriō: nunc pol ego perii certo, non arbitrario, there's no mistake about it, Plaut. Poen. 3, 5, 42 (the only adv. of this word in use).

— Depending on the will, arbitrary (cf. precarius): motus in arteriā naturalis, non arbitrarius, Gell. 18, 10 fin.
 
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