(Latin: free)

1. One who holds the doctrine of the freedom of the will, as opposed to that of necessity.
2. One who approves of or advocates liberty.
1. Belief in the doctrine of the freedom of the will, as opposed to that of necessity.
2. Anyone who approves of or advocates liberty.

Motto of the Republic of San Marino.

libertas et fidelitate
Freedom and loyalty.

Motto on the seal of the State of West Virginaia, USA.

1. A “killer” or destroyer of liberty.
2. The “killing” of liberty; destructive of liberty.
liberty (s), liberties (pl)
1. The freedom to think or to act without being constrained by necessity or force; including the condition of being free from restrictions or controls.
2. Freedom from captivity or slavery; or the condition of being physically and legally free from confinement, servitude, or forced labor.
3. A political, social, and economic right that belongs to the citizens of a state or to all people; often used in the plural; such as, the right and power to act, to believe, or to express oneself in a manner of one's own choosing.
4. A right or immunity to engage in certain actions without control or interference: the liberties protected by the Bill of Rights in the United States. 5. An action or remark that violates the polite distance usually left between people and which may strike the person at whom it is directed as insultingly too familiar; such as, a breach or overstepping of propriety or social convention.
6. In the U.S. navy, a short authorized leave from naval duties during which a sailor is authorized to go ashore.
7. An unwarranted risk or a risky chance: "He took foolish liberties on the ski slopes and ended up breaking both of his legs and left arm."
Lux, libertas.
Light, liberty.

Motto of the University of North Carolina School of Nursing, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA.

mare liberum (s) (noun) (no pl)
A Latin expression meaning that a navigable body of water is accessible to all nations; a free sea: Such oceans that are mare liberum provide equal and free passage to all vessels from all over the world.
Montani semper liberi.
Mountaineers are always free.

Motto of the State of West Virginia, USA.