Characterized by excellence or distinction; eminent.
Other Word Forms of Notable
Origin of Notable
From Middle English notable (“usable, useful"), equivalent to note (“use, benefit"), from Old English notu (“enjoyment, use, profit, advantage, utility, employment") +"Ž -able. More at note.
From Middle English, from Old French notable (“noteworthy"), from Latin notabilis (“noteworthy, extraordinary"), from notō (“note, mark", verb), equivalent to note +"Ž -able.
Middle English from Old French from Latin notābilis from notāre to note from nota note note
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
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