tan·gi·bleIsn't it interesting how much of our language was shaped by our having hands?
Etymology: Late Latin tangibilis, from Latin tangere to touch
1 a: capable of being perceived especially by the sense of touch: palpable b: substantially real: material
2: capable of being precisely identified or realized by the mind -her grief was tangible
3: capable of being appraised at an actual or approximate value -tangible assets
Monday, June 29, 2009