Origin of semblableMiddle English ; from Middle French ; from sembler: see semblance
- something similar
- Having a resemblance; resembling or like: unfamiliar symbols semblable to religious icons.
- Seeming; apparent.
One that resembles or has much in common with another.
Origin of semblableMiddle English, from Old French, from sembler, to resemble, from Latin simulare, to simulate; see simulate.
From Middle English, from Middle French, from Old French sembler (“to be like") + -able