[lib-er-teen, -tin] /ˈlɪb ərˌtin, -tɪn/
a person who is morally or sexually unrestrained, especially a dissolute man; a profligate; rake.
a freethinker in religious matters.
a person freed from slavery in ancient Rome.
free of moral, especially sexual, restraint; dissolute; licentious.
freethinking in religious matters.
Archaic. unrestrained; uncontrolled.
a morally dissolute person
late 14c., “a freedman, an emancipated slave,” from Latin libertinus “member of a class of freedmen,” from libertus “one’s freedmen,” from liber “free” (see liberal). Sense of “freethinker” is first recorded 1560s, from French libertin (1540s) originally the name given to certain Protestant sects in France and the Low Countries. Meaning “dissolute or licentious person” first recorded 1590s; the darkening of meaning being perhaps due to misunderstanding of Latin libertinus in Acts vi:9. As an adjective by 1570s.
found only Acts 6:9, one who once had been a slave, but who had been set at liberty, or the child of such a person. In this case the name probably denotes those descendants of Jews who had been carried captives to Rome as prisoners of war by Pompey and other Roman generals in the Syrian wars, and had afterwards been liberated. In A.D. 19 these manumitted Jews were banished from Rome. Many of them found their way to Jerusalem, and there established a synagogue.
[lib-er-tee-niz-uh m, -ti-] /ˈlɪb ər tiˌnɪz əm, -tɪ-/ noun 1. practices or habits of life; disregard of authority or convention in sexual or religious matters.
[li-bur-tuh-sahyd] /lɪˈbɜr təˌsaɪd/ noun 1. destruction of . 2. a person who destroys . /lɪˈbɜːtɪˌsaɪd/ noun 1. a destroyer of freedom 2. the destruction of freedom n. 1793, from liberty + -cide.
- Lichen urticatus
lichen urticatus lichen ur·ti·ca·tus (ûr’tĭ-kā’təs) n. A form of urticaria occurring in children and characterized by the eruption of papular lesions or small papules and vesicles. Also called papular urticaria.
- Lichen striatus
lichen striatus lichen stri·a·tus (strī-ā’təs) n. A skin condition seen primarily in children and marked by a self-limited papular eruption having lesions arranged in linear groups, usually on one extremity.