Definition of liber
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The adjective līber is reported to have 2 error(s). Please be cautious when citing this word.
Orthography ID = 1009230
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LEM
līber, lībera, līberum
LIB-
adjective (1st/2nd -ER)
  1. free, unrestricted, unrestrained, unimpeded, unembarrassed, unshackled
  2. free, not subject, not slave
  3. unbridled, unchecked, free, unrestrained, licentious
Abbreviations
līber era, erum, adj. with comp. and sup. LIB-, free, unrestricted, unrestrained, unimpeded, unembarrassed, unshackled: ad scribendi licentiam: integro animo ac libero causam defendere, unbiassed: liberi ad causas solutique veniebant, under no obligations: vox, L.: libera Verba animi proferre, Iu.: tibi uni vexatio direptioque sociorum impunita fuit ac libera: liberum est alcui non adesse, he is free: libero, quid firmaret (abl absol.), i. e. with full power to ratify, Ta.: mandata, unlimited authority, L.: faenus, unrestricted, L.: custodia, i. e. surveillance without imprisonment, L.: in liberis custodiis haberi, S.: suffragia, the right of voting freely, Iu.: aedes, free quarters (for ambassadors in Rome), L.: lectulus, i. e. single: toga, i. e. a man's, O.: liberas fruges ferre, i. e. spontaneous, H.: agri, untaxed: neque Turno mora libera mortis, i. e. nor is he free to delay death, V.: vina, freeing from care, H.: hoc liberiores et solutiores sumus, quod, etc.: poeta, verborum licentiā liberior. liberiores litterae: amicitia, more unrestrained: (flumina) Liberioris aquae, less impeded, O.: (Tiberinus) campo liberiore natat, more open, O.: liberrime Lolli, most frank, H.: indignatio, most outspoken, H.: ab omni sumptu, exempt: (consul) a deliciis, uninfluenced: ab observando homine perverso, i. e. from all regard for, etc.: animus a partibus rei p., S.: animus omni curā, free: animus religione, L.: (equus) liber habenis, V.: liber laborum, H.

—Free, not subject, not slave: neque vendendam censes Quae liberast, T.: dis habeo gratiam Quom aliquot adfuerunt liberae (as competent to testify), T.: populus: (civitates) liberae atque inmunes, free from service, L.: Roma, Iu.: Devota morti pectora libera, i. e. delivering from servitude, H.

—As subst m.: (adsentatio) ne libero quidem digna, a freeman.

—As subst n.: libera meliore iure sunt quam serva, i. e. the law is on the side of freedom.

—Unbridled, unchecked, free, unrestrained, licentious: adulescens, T.: sit adulescentia liberior, somewhat freer: libero mendacio abuti, L.
 
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