(French) habile, (Latin) habilis. See Able, Habit.
Fit; qualified; also, apt. (obsolete) Spenser.
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Middle English habil, from Old French habile, from Latin habilis (“suitable; apt”), from habeō (“I handle”).
Adjective habile (comparative more habile, superlative most habile) Generally able or adroit; handy.
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