Definition of intestable
1 : not competent to make a will an intestable minor insane and intestable
2 obsolete : incompetent to be a witness
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Origin and Etymology of intestable
Late Latin intestabilis, from Latin, execrable, accursed, from in- 1in- + testari to be a witness, make a will + -abilis -able
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