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Latin word -ibilis comes from Latin -bilis.

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-ibilis detailed word origin explanation

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-bilis Latin (lat) -(a)ble; used to form an adjective, usually from a verb, indicating a capacity or worth of being acted upon.
-ibilis Latin (lat) -able; able or worthy to be (the recipient of an action).

Words with the same origin as -ibilis

Descendants of -bilis
-abilis credibilis decibilis evitabilis fallibilis flexibilis flexibilitas honorabilis honorificabilitudinitas horribilis immensurabilis inevitabilis inferibilis parable perniciabilis portabilis possibilis rationabilis reprehensibilis spectabilis stabilis suadibilis terribilis visibilis