Definition of pronunciable in English:

pronunciable

adjective

rare
  • Pronounceable.

Origin

Mid 17th century; earliest use found in Jeremy Taylor (d. 1667), Church of Ireland bishop of Down and Connor and religious writer. From post-classical Latin pronuntiabilis that can be pronounced from classical Latin prōnuntiāre + -bilis. Compare Anglo-Norman pronunciable (of a sentence) that can be pronounced, Spanish pronunciable that can be pronounced.

Pronunciation

pronunciable

/prəˈnʌnsɪəbl/