πŒ‹πŒπŒ‰πŒšπŒ‰πŒ“πŒ•πŒ€πŒ•πŒ

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Faliscan[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Italic *louΓ°ortāts, from Proto-Indo-European *h₁lΓ©wdΚ°-or-tehβ‚‚-t-s, from *h₁lewdΚ°- (β€œpeople”). Equivalent to *πŒ‹πŒπŒ‰πŒšπŒ‰πŒ“ (*loifir) +‎ -πŒ•πŒ€πŒ” (-tas). Cognate with Latin lΔ«bertās.

Noun[edit]

πŒ‹πŒπŒ‰πŒšπŒ‰πŒ“πŒ•πŒ€πŒ•πŒ β€’ (loifirtatof (genitive singular)

  1. freedom; liberty

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