judicable

[joo-di-kuh-buh l]

adjective

capable of being or liable to be judged or tried.

Origin of judicable

1640–50; < Late Latin jūdicābilis, equivalent to jūdic(āre) to judge + -ābilis -able
Related formsnon·ju·di·ca·ble, adjectiveun·ju·di·ca·ble, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for judicable

judicable

adjective

capable of being judged, esp in a court of law
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Word Origin and History for judicable
adj.

1640s, from Late Latin iudicabilis, from iudicare "to judge," which is related to iudicem (see judge (v.)).

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