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  • nameable — name ► NOUN 1) a word or words by which someone or something is known, addressed, or referred to. 2) a famous person. 3) a reputation, especially a good one: he made a name for himself in the theatre. 4) (in the UK) an insurance underwriter… …   English terms dictionary

  • nameable — also namable adjective Date: 1780 1. worthy of being named ; memorable 2. capable of being named ; identifiable …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • nameable — nameability, n. /nay meuh beuhl/, adj. 1. capable of or susceptible to being named or identified; identifiable. 2. worth mentioning by name; notable; memorable. Also, namable. [1770 80; NAME + ABLE] * * * …   Universalium

  • nameable — adjective able to be called by a specific name …   Wiktionary

  • nameable — neɪmÉ™bl adj. may be identified; may be named; may be openly discussed, mentionable …   English contemporary dictionary

  • nameable — amenable …   Anagrams dictionary

  • nameable — name·able …   English syllables

  • nameable — /ˈneɪməbəl/ (say naymuhbuhl) adjective that may be named. Also, namable …   Australian English dictionary

  • nameable — …   Useful english dictionary

  • amenable — nameable …   Anagrams dictionary

  • Jules Richard — (born 12 Aug, 1862 in Blet, Département Cher, died 14 Oct, 1956 in Châteauroux, Département Indre) was a French mathematician. Life and WorksRichard taught at the lycées of Tours, Dijon and Châteauroux. He obtained his doctorate, at age of 39,… …   Wikipedia

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