Etymology
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navigable (adj.)

mid-15c., "affording passage to ships," from Old French navigable (14c.) or directly from Latin navigabilis, from navigat-, past-participle stem of navigare "to pass over in a ship" (see navigation). Related: Navigability.

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Definitions of navigable

navigable (adj.)
able to be sailed on or through safely;
a navigable channel
navigable waters
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