MEANING: adjective: Capable of being expressed.

ETYMOLOGY: From Latin fari (to speak). Ultimately from the Indo-European root bha- (to speak), which also gave us fable, fairy, fate, fame, blame, confess, and infant (literally, one unable to speak). Earliest documented use: 1637.

EFFABRE - a brand of pencil; see here and here

UFFABLE - tending to be grumpy; see Lewis Carroll's Jabberwocky

ELFABLE - Dobby's Story