Etymology: From French nubile < Latin nubilis (marriageable) < nubere (to take as husband) < Proto-Indo-European
- of an age suitable for marriage; marriageable (used of a young woman).
- sexually attractive (used of a young woman).
- sneubho- (to marry, to wed). Cognate with Greek (bride, young wife, nymph).
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