- Able to be mounted.
- The hard disk was not mountable, so the operating system couldn't read it.
- I bought a mountable picture frame so I could hang it on the wall.
Variant of mount
- a mountain or hill: now poetic except before a proper name: Mount McKinley
- Obsolete a raised fortification
- Palmistry any fleshy raised part on the palm of the hand
Origin of mountMiddle English ; from Old English munt and amp; Old French mont, a mount, both ; from Classical Latin mons (gen. montis), hill, mountain ; from Indo-European base an unverified form men-, to project from source Welsh meneth, mountain