You're not really asking a question here, and to be honest, it is hard to understand precisely what you are saying because of formatting, and misspelling.
Liberty, like any other English word, does have a base definition. Because our language is so descriptive, we have developed an abundance of nouns and adjectives to better describe to a finite point, our conveyed message.
You attempt to state that "Liberty" has an embedded "notion" by definition. A "notion" implies that it is a free-form concept.
Unfortunately, this is disingenuous.
By inserting "notion" in sentence referring to a specific word, with a specific definition, you are in fact trying to skew, or alter the word/definition.
You are attempting to take the edges of the hard lines, and smear them around the page a bit.
This is not acceptable when dealing with legal concepts, or our nations foundational backbone.
Take the definition of the word at complete, factual, face value.
Realize that any deviation from it, probably falls under the definition of another word.
Word's like "Regulation", or "Compliance".