redevable etymology

French word redevable comes from French -able (-able.), French redevoir ((rare, or, obsolete) to have to again. To owe again.)

Detailed word origin of redevable

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
-able French (fra) -able.
redevoir French (fra) (rare, or, obsolete) to have to again. To owe again.
redevable French (fra) Indebted, in someone's debt. Liable.

Words with the same origin as redevable

Descendants of -able
adorable comptable considérable convenable croyable dirigeable effroyable gonflable imbattable impardonnable incroyablement inestimable irresponsable jetable minable négociable préférable redoutable respectable responsabilité responsable valable épouvantable équitable