Stable vs Stabile what difference

what is difference between Stable and Stabile

English

Pronunciation

  • (UK) IPA(key): /ˈsteɪ.bəɫ/
  • Rhymes: -eɪbəl

Etymology 1

From Middle English stable, borrowed from Anglo-Norman stable and Old French estable, from Latin stabulum (stall, stand).

Noun

stable (plural stables)

  1. A building, wing or dependency set apart and adapted for lodging and feeding (and training) animals with hoofs, especially horses.
  2. (metonymically) All the racehorses of a particular stable, i.e. belonging to a given owner.
  3. (Scotland) A set of advocates; a barristers’ chambers.
  4. (sumo) An organization of sumo wrestlers who live and train together.
    Synonym: heya
  5. A group of prostitutes managed by one pimp.
    Synonym: string
    • 2013, Noble Dee, Pimp: Reflection of My Life (page 167)
      My pimp vision enabled me to see that no hoe in my stable would be more worthy of the game than my young turnout red-bones.
Derived terms
  • stablemate
Translations

Verb

stable (third-person singular simple present stables, present participle stabling, simple past and past participle stabled)

  1. (transitive) to put or keep (an animal) in a stable.
    • 1954, C. S. Lewis, The Horse and His Boy, Collins, 1998, Chapter 7,
      “I hope your have been quite comfortable.” ¶ “Never better stabled in my life,” said Bree.
  2. (intransitive) to dwell in a stable.
  3. (rail transport, transitive) to park (a rail vehicle).
Derived terms
  • (rail transport): outstable
Related terms
Translations

Etymology 2

From Middle English stable, from Anglo-Norman stable, stabel, from Latin stabilis (firm, steadfast) (itself from stare (stand) + -abilis (able)).

Adjective

stable (comparative stabler or more stable, superlative stablest or most stable)

  1. Relatively unchanging, steady, permanent; firmly fixed or established; consistent; not easily moved, altered, or destroyed.
    • a. 1729, John Rogers, The Greatness of the Gospel Salvation
      In this region of chance, [] where nothing ws stable.
  2. (computing) Of software: established to be relatively free of bugs, as opposed to a beta version.
  3. (computer science, of a sorting algorithm) That maintains the relative order of items that compare as equal.
Synonyms
  • (relatively unchanging): fixed, unvarying; see also Thesaurus:steady
Antonyms
  • instable
  • mobile
  • unstable
  • varying
Derived terms
  • bistable
  • instable
  • tristable
  • unistable
  • unstable
Translations

Anagrams

  • Bestla, ablest, ablets, bastle, belast, blates, bleats, tables

French

Etymology

Borrowed from Latin stabilis. Replaced Middle French, Old French estable, an earlier borrowing from the same Latin source.

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /stabl/

Adjective

stable (plural stables)

  1. stable (relatively unchanging)

Antonyms

  • instable

Related terms

  • stabiliser
  • stabilité

Further reading

  • “stable” in Trésor de la langue française informatisé (The Digitized Treasury of the French Language).

Anagrams

  • baltes, tables

Middle English

Etymology 1

From Anglo-Norman stable, from Vulgar Latin *stabula, probably a collective plural of Latin stabulum (dwelling; stable).

Noun

stable (plural stables or stablen)

  1. stable (building for horses)
Alternative forms
  • stabel, stabele, stabil, stabille, stabul, stabulle
Descendants
  • English: stable
  • Scots: stable
  • Middle Irish: stábla
    • Irish: stábla
    • Scottish Gaelic: stàball
References
  • “stāble, n.”, in MED Online, Ann Arbor, Mich.: University of Michigan, 2007.

Etymology 2

From Anglo-Norman stable, stabel, from Latin stabilis (firm, steadfast).

Adjective

stable (comparative stabler or stablere or stablour)

  1. stable (relatively unchanging)
Alternative forms
  • stabel, stabele, stabil, stabul
Descendants
  • English: stable
  • Scots: stable
References
  • “stāble, adj.”, in MED Online, Ann Arbor, Mich.: University of Michigan, 2007.

Etymology 3

Noun

stable (plural stables)

  1. Alternative form of stablie

Etymology 4

Noun

stable (plural stables)

  1. Alternative form of stapel

Etymology 5

Verb

stable (third-person singular simple present stableth, present participle stablynge, first-/third-person singular past indicative and past participle stabled)

  1. Alternative form of stablen (to establish)

Norwegian Bokmål

Etymology

From the noun stabel

Verb

stable (imperative stabl or stable, present tense stabler, passive stables, simple past and past participle stabla or stablet, present participle stablende)

  1. to stack, pile

References

  • “stable” in The Bokmål Dictionary.
  • “stable” in Det Norske Akademis ordbok (NAOB).

Norwegian Nynorsk

Etymology

From the noun stabel

Verb

stable (present tense stablar, past tense stabla, past participle stabla, passive infinitive stablast, present participle stablande, imperative stabl)

  1. to stack, pile

Alternative forms

  • stabla

References

  • “stable” in The Nynorsk Dictionary.


English

Etymology

From Latin stabilis (firmly fixed or established)

Noun

stabile (plural stabiles)

  1. Abstract sculpture or structure of wire, sheet metal, etc.

Anagrams

  • ableist, albites, astilbe, bastile, bestial, libates

Danish

Adjective

stabile

  1. definite singular of stabil
  2. indefinite plural of stabil
  3. definite plural of stabil

German

Adjective

stabile

  1. inflection of stabil:
    1. strong/mixed nominative/accusative feminine singular
    2. strong nominative/accusative plural
    3. weak nominative all-gender singular
    4. weak accusative feminine/neuter singular

Italian

Etymology

From Latin stabilis.

Adjective

stabile (plural stabili)

  1. stable, steady, regular, settled, permanent
    Synonyms: fisso, permanente, durevole

Noun

stabile m (plural stabili)

  1. building, house
    Synonyms: edificio, casa, caseggiato, costruzione, palazzo, fabbricato, immobile

Related terms

  • in pianta stabile
  • stabilmente
  • stabilire

Anagrams

  • baliste, belasti, blesità

Latin

Adjective

stabile

  1. nominative/accusative/vocative neuter singular of stabilis

Norwegian Bokmål

Adjective

stabile

  1. definite singular of stabil
  2. plural of stabil

Norwegian Nynorsk

Adjective

stabile

  1. definite singular of stabil
  2. plural of stabil

Swedish

Adjective

stabile

  1. absolute definite natural masculine form of stabil.

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