Origin: Its first usage dates back to 1400-50. It is a word of late Middle English and has originated from a Latin word arbitrarius, which means uncertain.

1) Something that is determined by chance or a fancy and not by rationale
2) Something that is judged by individual’s inclination
3) Something that is not controlled by the law

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