From French nubile, from Latin nubilis (“marriageable”), from nūbō (“marry, to take as husband”), from Proto-Indo-European *sneubho- (“to marry, to wed”). Possibly cognate with Ancient Greek νύμφη (“bride, young wife, nymph”) (English nymph), but this is disputed.
- of an age suitable for marriage; marriageable (used of a young woman).
- sexually attractive (used of a young woman).
nubile (plural nubiles)
- A young sexually-attractive woman
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From Latin nubilis.
nubile m and f (m and f plural nubili)
nubile f (plural nubili)