2. Adjective. (obsolete) memorable ¹
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Definition of Nameable
1. name [adj] - See also: name
Lexicographical Neighbors of Nameable
Literary usage of Nameable
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A System of Logic, Ratiocinative and Inductive: Being a Connected View of by John Stuart Mill (1898)
"... of our analysis, we obtain the following as an enumeration and classification of all nameable Things :—• lst. Feelings, or States of Consciousness. 2nd. ..."
2. The Science of Thought by Friedrich Max Müller (1887)
"And negatively, ' Cajus is nameable by the name of man, and as man is never nameable by the name of bird, therefore Cajus is not nameable by the name of ..."
3. Essays: Philosophical and Theological by James Martineau (1886)
"nameable things " are the possible objects of thought; and consequently the ... We are quite aware that Mr. Mill's " nameable Things " are not limited to ..."
4. Distinction and the Criticism of Beliefs by Alfred Sidgwick (1892)
"APPENDIX nameable Things (see p. 14). THAT every name, as such, must be the name of ... Names, as such, are the names of nameable things, but we may name ..."