Definition of Namable

1. a. Capable of being named.



Definition of Namable

1. Adjective. (alternative form of nameable) ¹

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Definition of Namable

1. name [adj] - See also: name

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Namable

nallah
nallahs
nallas
nalls
nalmefene
nalorphine
nalorphines
naloxone
naloxone hydrochloride
naloxones
naltrexone
naltrexones
nam
nam'd
namability
namable (current term)
namableness
namansilite
namaskar
namaskars
namaste
namastes
namaycush
namaycushes
nambulite
namby-pamby
name-based type system
name-based type systems
name-calling
name-callings

Literary usage of Namable

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1. A System of Logic, Ratiocinative and Inductive: Being a Connected View of by John Stuart Mill (1900)
"... therefore, were so many highest Predicates, one or other of which was supposed capable of being affirmed with truth of every namable thing whatsoever. ..."

2. The Science of Thought by Friedrich Max Müller (1887)
"And negatively, " Cajus is namable by the name of man, and as man is never namable by the name of bird, therefore Cajus is not namable by the name of bird. ..."

3. A Theory of Interest by Clarence Gilbert Hoag (1914)
"It is convenient to have a brief name for goods, including not only namable things but any relations between things, in which advances to nature are locked ..."

4. The Monist by Hegeler Institute (1907)
"According to him, this namable world of phenomena evolved from an unnamable absolute being. This being is called Tao, or the Spirit of Valley (ku shen),3S ..."

5. Movement and Mental Imagery: Outlines of a Motor Theory of the Complexer by Margaret Floy Washburn (1916)
"There are other namable imageless processes, whose nam- ability, ... We shall, therefore, assume that all the namable relational or imageless processes are ..."

6. The Methodist Review (1899)
"Consequently it is a duality, an upper side, as it were—unknowable, inscrutable, imperceptible—and a lower side which is not obscure and is namable as it ..."

7. What to Wear? by Elizabeth Stuart Phelps (1873)
"Go to the nearest thinking physician you can find, and obtain from her or him every namable of un- namable detail of the past, present, or future possible ..."

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