Definition of libertas
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LEM
lībertās, lībertātis
1 liber
noun (f., 3rd declension)
  1. freedom, liberty, absence of restraint, permission
  2. civil freedom, liberty
  3. political freedom, liberty, independence
  4. the spirit of liberty, consciousness of freedom
  5. freedom of speech, frankness, boldness, candor
  6. license
Abbreviations
lībertās ātis, f 1 liber, freedom, liberty, absence of restraint, permission: vitae, Cs.: dare populo eam libertatem, ut, etc.: praecidere sibi libertatem vivendi: fandi, V.: omnium rerum, L.

—Civil freedom, liberty: aequa omnibus, T.: servo libertas data est: omnes homines naturā liber{*}ati studere, Cs.

—Political freedom, liberty, independence: adeptā libertate quantum civitas creverit, S.: populi R. est propria libertas: in libertate permanere, Cs.: conditor Romanae libertatis, L.

—The spirit of liberty, consciousness of freedom: innata: timefacta.

—Freedom of speech, frankness, boldness, candor: Hoc mihi libertas, hoc pia lingua dedit, O.: ingeni, S.

—License: nimia.

—Person., the goddess of Liberty, C., L., O.
 
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