assignably

assignable

[uh-sahy-nuh-buhl]
adjective
1.
capable of being specified: The word has no assignable meaning in our language.
2.
capable of being attributed: This work is assignable to a 12th-century poet.
3.
Law. capable of being assigned.

Origin:
1250–1300; Middle English; see assign, -able

assignability, noun
assignably, adverb
nonassignability, noun
nonassignable, adjective
nonassignably, adverb
unassignable, adjective
unassignably, adverb
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assign (əˈsaɪn)
 
vb
1.  to select for and appoint to a post, etc: to assign an expert to the job
2.  to give out or allot (a task, problem, etc): to assign advertising to an expert
3.  to set apart (a place, person, time, etc) for a particular function or event: to assign a day for the meeting
4.  to attribute to a specified cause, origin, or source; ascribe: to assign a stone cross to the Vikings
5.  to transfer (one's right, interest, or title to property) to someone else
6.  (also intr) law (formerly) to transfer (property) to trustees so that it may be used for the benefit of creditors
7.  military Compare attach to allocate (men or materials) on a permanent basis
8.  computing to place (a value corresponding to a variable) in a memory location
 
n
9.  law a person to whom property is assigned; assignee
 
[C14: from Old French assigner, from Latin assignāre, from signāre to mark out]
 
as'signable
 
adj
 
assigna'bility
 
n
 
as'signably
 
adv
 
as'signer
 
n

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