admirabilis etymology

Latin word admirabilis comes from Latin admiror, Latin -bilis

Detailed word origin of admirabilis

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
admiror Latin (lat) To admire or respect.. To be surprised at; to be astonished.. To regard with wonder.
-bilis Latin (lat) -(a)ble; used to form an adjective, usually from a verb, indicating a capacity or worth of being acted upon.
admirabilis Latin (lat) Admirable, wonderful, worthy of admiration. Surprising, astonishing, rare, strange, producing wonder.

Words with the same origin as admirabilis

Descendants of admiror
admirabilitas admirabiliter admirans admiratio admiratus