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See also Liber, and libër

French

Pronunciation

Noun

liber

  1. bast

Latin

Adjective

līber m. (feminine lībera, neuter līberum); first/second declension

  1. free, unrestricted

Inflection

First and second declensions (1&2).

Number Singular Plural
Case \ Gender M. F. N. MM. FF. NN.
nominative līber lībera līberum līberī līberae lībera
genitive līberī līberae līberī līberōrum līberārum līberōrum
dative līberō līberae līberō līberīs līberīs līberīs
accusative līberum līberam līberum līberōs līberās lībera
ablative līberō līberā līberō līberīs līberīs līberīs
vocative līber lībera līberum līberī līberae lībera

Related terms

Noun

liber (genitive librī); m, second declension

  1. a book
  2. vocative singular of liber#Latin

Inflection

Second declension, masculines in -er variation (2:ER).

Number Singular Plural
nominative liber librī
genitive librī librōrum
dative librō librīs
accusative librum librōs
ablative librō librīs
vocative liber librī

Derived terms

Related terms

Verb

līber

  1. first-person singular present passive subjunctive of lībō.

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