fit for habitation
"the habitable world"
Safe and comfortable, where humans, or other animals, can live; fit for habitation.
After we found the freshwater spring we were more confident that the place was habitable.
Origin: Originally derived from the habitabilis, from habito.
capable of being inhabited; that may be inhabited or dwelt in; as, the habitable world
Origin: [F. habitable, L. habitabilis.]
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
hab′it-a-bl, adj. that may be dwelt in.—ns. Habitabil′ity, Hab′itableness.—adv. Hab′itably.—ns. Hab′itant, an inhabitant; Hab′itat, the natural abode or locality of an animal or plant: place of abode generally; Habitā′tion, act of inhabiting: a dwelling or residence: a group, lodge, company, as of the so-called 'Primrose League.' [Fr.,—L. habitabilis—habitāre, -ātum, to inhabit, freq. of habēre, to have.]
The numerical value of habitable in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of habitable in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6
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- habitableCatalan, Valencian
- bewohnbar, habitabelGerman
- asuttava, asuinkelpoinenFinnish
- bewoonbaar, bewoonbareDutch
- жило́й, [[приго́дный]] [[для]] [[жизнь, [[го́дный]] [[для]] [[жильёRussian
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