And you shall hallow the fiftieth year and proclaim "deror" release in the land to all its inhabitants… The etymology of the word "deror" is subject to debate. The King James Bible's translation, "liberty," is famous because the words "proclaim LIBERTY" are inscribed on the Liberty Bell in Philadelphia and many Jewish translations prefer some variation of this meaning. Robert Alter translated the word as "release," as it is related to a "technical Akkadian term, anduraru, which means a release from, or moratorium on, debts and indenture." Interestingly, the Talmud ties it to the word dira – abode, suggesting that freedom includes the right of abode and until people can live anywhere they wish, they are not completely free.