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(Noun) the inner bark of a tree. book.the inner bark of a tree. book.
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Latin word liber (when refering to a book) comes from Proto-Indo-European *leubh- (to peel, cut off), which probably comes from Proto-Indo-European *lew- (cut off).
detailed word origin explanation
To cut off.
To peel, cut off, harm.
Book. The inner bark of a tree.
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Descendants of *lew-