abattable etymology

French word abattable comes from French abattre, French -able (-able.)

Detailed word origin of abattable

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
abattre French (fra) (pronominal) to descend upon with violence or furor. (pronominal, of lightning) to strike. (reflexive) to fall down, especially of tall things, such as trees. To butcher; to slaughter for meat. To cut down (a tree). To destroy or demolish (a wall). To shoot dead.
-able French (fra) -able.
abattable French (fra) Slaughterable.

Words with the same origin as abattable

Descendants of abattre
abat-jour abat-vent abat-voix abatis abattage abattant abattement abatteur abattis abattoir
Descendants of -able
adorable comptable considérable convenable croyable dirigeable effroyable gonflable imbattable impardonnable incroyablement inestimable irresponsable jetable minable négociable préférable redevable redoutable respectable responsabilité responsable valable épouvantable équitable