adorable

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Borrowed from French adorable, from adorer +‎ -able, with adorer from Old French aorer, from Latin adōrāre, the present active infivite of adōrō, which is from ad +‎ ōrō.

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adorable (comparative more adorable, superlative most adorable)

  1. Befitting of being adored; cute or loveable.

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Catalan[edit]

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adorable m, f (masculine and feminine plural adorables)

  1. adorable

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French[edit]

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adorable (masculine and feminine, plural adorables)

  1. adorable

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Spanish[edit]

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adorable m, f (plural adorables)

  1. adorable

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