inferibilis etymology

Latin word inferibilis comes from Latin infero, Latin -ibilis (-able; able or worthy to be (the recipient of an action).)

Detailed word origin of inferibilis

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
infero Latin (lat) (figuratively) I bring forward, introduce; produce, occasion, make; conclude; import.. (figuratively, with dative) I cause, inflict, impose.. (military) I advance, march, move forward.. (military) I bear the standards against the enemy, attack, make an attack upon.. (of a tribute or tax) I pay, furnish.. I bring to a place for burial, bury, inter.. I carry, bring, put or throw into or to [...]
-ibilis Latin (lat) -able; able or worthy to be (the recipient of an action).
inferibilis Latin (lat) (New Latin) inferible, deducible.

Words with the same origin as inferibilis

Descendants of infero
illatio illatus inferendus inferens inferre inlaturus