- allowing passage through; that can be penetrated or permeated
- having a mind open to influence, argument, or suggestion
Origin of perviousClassical Latin pervius from per, through + via, way: see via
- Open to passage or entrance; permeable.
- Open to arguments, ideas, or change; approachable.
Origin of perviousFrom Latin pervius per- through ; see per- . via way ; see wegh- in Indo-European roots.
(comparative more pervious, superlative most pervious)