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Lufabill, -able, a. [Irreg. var. of Lofabill by confusion of Lof(e v. With Lufe v.1: but cf. north. and north midl. ME. lufabyll(e (Rolle), luffable, -eabille, e.m.E. loveable, lovable, amiable (f. Lufe v.1, Luve v.1).] Praiseworthy, laudable, commendable, acceptable. — Than suld he consider quhilk of thir is maist honorable lufable and desirable; Irland Mir. fol. 182 b.
Gilcrist eftir remanit in faithfull & lufabill seruice of the king; Abell 85 a.

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