Definition of renable in English:

renable

(also runnable)

adjective

English Regional
rare
  • English regional (Lincolnshire). Of an action, task, etc.: flowing smoothly; easily performed.

Origin

Middle English (in an earlier sense). From Anglo-Norman renable, reinable, reignable, reinnable, Anglo-Norman and Old French rainable, reidnable, rednable, variants of resnable, raisnable, etc. reasonable. The tendency for semantic narrowing in later use probably results from folk-etymological association with ren, variant of run.

Pronunciation

renable

/ˈrɛnəbl/