- capable of being generated or produced.
Origin of generable
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Examples from the Web for generable
It is also ungenerable; for, if generable, there will be a possibility that at some time or other it did not exist.
The generable cosmos, therefore, was generated from the ingenerable Fire.
Those things which are destructible, are all of them generable and changeable (γεννητὰ καὶ ἀλλοιωτὰ πάντα).
The world moreover was generable, and had been generated from the manifested energy of the Fire.
- able to be generated
C15: from Late Latin generābilis, from Latin generāre to beget
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Word Origin and History for generable
mid-15c., from Latin generabilis, from generare (see generation).
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