- That which can be named.
Bryson’s dictionary for writers and editors. 2013.
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Namable — Nam a*ble (n[=a]m [.a]*b l), a. Capable of being named. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
namable — variant of nameable * * * /nay meuh beuhl/, adj. nameable. * * * namˈable or nameˈable adjective Capable, or worthy, of being named • • • Main Entry: ↑name * * * namable variant of nameable a … Useful english dictionary
namable — adjective see nameable … New Collegiate Dictionary
namable — /nay meuh beuhl/, adj. nameable. * * * … Universalium
namable — /ˈneɪməbəl/ (say naymuhbuhl) adjective → nameable … Australian English dictionary
name|a|ble — «NAY muh buhl», adjective. = namable. (Cf. ↑namable) … Useful english dictionary
nameable — also namable adjective Date: 1780 1. worthy of being named ; memorable 2. capable of being named ; identifiable … New Collegiate Dictionary
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