Origin of habitable
Examples from the Web for habitability
Much less was there any attempt yet by Thorwald to resume the argument about the habitability of other worlds.Daybreak: A Romance of an Old World|James Cowan
We learn, therefore, that the time of rotation of a planet is an important factor in its habitability.Are the Planets Inhabited?|E. Walter Maunder
But without regard to the question of habitability, the asteroids will be found extremely interesting.Other Worlds|Garrett P. Serviss
There is another altogether different line of arguments in favour of the habitability of the stars, which I omit for the present.
The earth as a whole owes much of its habitability to these gently graded slopes.Influences of Geographic Environment|Ellen Churchill Semple
British Dictionary definitions for habitability
Word Origin and History for habitability
late 14c., from Old French habitable "suitable for human dwelling" (14c.), from Latin habitabilis "that is fit to live in," from habitare (see habitat). Related: Habitably; habitability.