Meaning of propitiable in English:

propitiable

Pronunciation /prəˈpɪʃ(ɪ)əbl/

adjective

  • Capable of being propitiated or made propitious; appeasable.

Origin

Late 15th century; earliest use found in Hymnal. From Middle French propiciable, propitiable merciful and its etymon classical Latin propitiābilis able to be appeased, in post-classical Latin also able to propitiate (early 3rd century in Tertullian; from propitiāre + -bilis).