lib

[ lib ]
/ lɪb /

noun Informal.

liberation (def. 2): women's lib; gay lib.
a libber.

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Origin of lib

First recorded in 1965–70; by shortening

Definition for lib (2 of 4)

lib.1

book.

Origin of lib.

1
From the Latin word liber

Definition for lib (3 of 4)

lib.2

librarian.
library.

Definition for lib (4 of 4)

Lib.

Liberal.
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British Dictionary definitions for lib (1 of 3)

lib
/ (lɪb) /

noun

informal, sometimes derogatory short for liberation (def. 2)

British Dictionary definitions for lib (2 of 3)

lib.

abbreviation for

librarian
library

British Dictionary definitions for lib (3 of 3)

Lib.

abbreviation for

Liberal
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