Meaning of acquaintable in English:

acquaintable

Pronunciation /əˈkweɪntəbl/

adjective

rare
  • Of a person: easy to be acquainted with; disposed to friendship; affable, amiable; (also) capable of being made an acquaintance. Occasionally †(of a thing): able to be known or proved (obsolete).

Origin

Late Middle English; earliest use found in Geoffrey Chaucer (c1340–1400), poet and administrator. From acquaint + -able, originally after Middle French acointable, accointable (of a person) easy to be acquainted with, affable, amiable.