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
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
Life in a multi-habitable system may have a higher probability of surviving.
Look around the habitable world, how few Know their own good, or knowing it, pursue.
You're no worse off by having a neighboring planet that's also in the habitable zone.
Now, Enceladus is high on the list in the solar system for showing habitable conditions.
It's not necessarily habitable just because it's water – at least to terrestrial organisms.
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Translations for habitable
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- habitableCatalan, Valencian
- bewohnbar, habitabelGerman
- asuttava, asuinkelpoinenFinnish
- bewoonbaar, bewoonbareDutch
- жило́й, [[приго́дный]] [[для]] [[жизнь, [[го́дный]] [[для]] [[жильёRussian
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