Definition funny of Libit:

urbanA word originating in the Upstate New York school system referrering to the jagged edges of a piece of paper torn out of a spiral notebook.

urbanThe teacher said that you could not turn in a homework assignment if the sheet of paper had libits.

urbanSlang term for liberals

urbanWhat a stupid libit!


Songs about Libit:

songsCht?jí se líbit (Take It Or Leave It, feat. Petr Kotvald) by Stanislav Hlo?ek from the Album Anna Maria (a dal?í nahrávky z let 1980-1989)

songsTo rád si nechám líbit (I Just Can't Help Believing) by Josef Laufer from the Album Josef Laufer v roce 1969 / Josef Laufer ve 1/4 3


Books about Libit:

booksCaramel Mou Orchest/jazz (cl/tp/tb/pno/batter... Ad Libit) by Unknown (2009)

booksHow your child learns about math / by Libit Woodington, illustrated by Eddie Josey by Libit Woodington (1977)

booksThe Sands of Dee. Song by C. Kingsley, composed for voice with pianoforte, violoncello ad libit by John Arthur Henry Behrend (1894)

booksWhen all the World is young, lad. Song by C. Kingsley, composed for voice with pianoforte, violoncllo ad libit... by John Arthur Henry Behrend (1894)

books12 Zwei- drei- und vierstimmige Canons mit Pianoforte Begleitung ad libit by Luigi Cherubini (1880)

books40 Etudes récréatives pour le Violon avec accompagnement d'un second Violon (ad libit.) by A Guichard (1879)

booksInno in Ascensione Domini a quattro voci dispari, Org. ad libit by Orfeo Vecchi (1897)


Wiki information Libit:

Ad libitum

Ad libitum is Latin for "at one's pleasure"; it is often shortened to "ad lib" or "ad-lib". The roughly synonymous phrase a bene placito is less common but, in its Italian form a piacere, entered the musical lingua franca.


Libitina, also Libentina or Lubentina, is an ancient Roman goddess of funerals and burial. Her name was used as a metonymy for death, and undertakers were known as libitinarii. Libitina was associated with Venus, and the name appears in some authors...