Definition of reable in English:

reable

verb

  • with object Medicine. To rehabilitate (a person) after injury or illness; to restore (a part of the body) to some degree of normal functioning. Compare "disable"rare.

Origin

Early 16th century (in an earlier sense). From re- + able. In sense 1 perhaps after Middle French rabiller, rhabiller (French rhabiller) to repair, mend, correct, reform; compare later rehabilitate.

Pronunciation

reable

/riːˈeɪbl/