G3032 Λιβερτῖνος - Strong's Greek Lexicon Number

a freedman
a freedman, one of the class of manumitted slaves; a synagogue at Jerusalem appears to have been reserved for them.
a Roman freedman
Derivation: of Latin origin;

KJV Usage: Libertine.

1) one who has been liberated from slavery, a freedman, or the son of a freed man
2) Libertine, denotes Jews (according to Philo) who had been made captives of the Romans under Pompey but were afterwards set free; and who although they had fixed their abode in Rome, had built at their own expense a synagogue at Jerusalem which they frequented when in that city, The name Libertines adhered to them to distinguish them from free born Jews who had subsequently taken up their residence at Rome. Evidence seems to have been discovered of the existence of a "synagogue of the Libertines" at Pompeii.

Of Latin origin; a Roman freedman

KJV Usage: Libertine.

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One occurence of G3032 Λιβερτῖνος

Acts 6:9