Origin and Etymology of vendible
vendible, going back to Middle English, borrowed from Latin vēndibilis, from vēndere “to sell” + -bilis “capable of (acting or being acted upon)”; vendable, going back to Middle English, borrowed from Anglo-French, from vendre “to sell” + -able -able — more at vend, -able
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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