Index vs Indexable - What's the difference?
As a noun index
As an adjective indexable is
that can be indexed.
Other Comparisons: What's the difference?
An alphabetical listing of items and their location.
The index finger; the forefinger.
A movable finger on a gauge, scale, etc.
(printing) A symbol resembling a pointing hand, used to direct particular attention to a note or paragraph.
That which points out; that which shows, indicates, manifests, or discloses.
- The index of a book lists words or expressions and the pages of the book upon which they are to be found.
A sign; an indication; a token.
* Robert Louis Stevenson
- Tastes are the indexes of the different qualities of plants.
(linguistics) A type of noun where the meaning of the form changes with respect to the context. E.g., 'Today's newspaper' is an indexical form since its referent will differ depending on the context. See also icon and symbol.
(economics) A single number calculated from an array of prices or of quantities.
(science) A number representing a property or ratio, a coefficient.
(mathematics) A raised suffix indicating a power.
(programming, computing) An integer or other key indicating the location of data e.g. within an array, vector, database table, associative array, or hash table.
(computing, databases) A data structure that improves the performance of operations on a table.
(obsolete) A prologue indicating what follows.
- His son's empty guffaws struck him with pain as the indices of a weak mind.
* (index finger) arrow-finger, demonstrator, forefinger, index finger, insignitor, lickpot, pointling, showing finger, teacher
* See also
* index locorum
* index nominum
* index rerum
* index term
* index verborum
* price index
* refractive index
* (alphabetical listing) table of contents
To arrange an index for something, especially a long text.
To inventory, to take stock.
That can be indexed.
- It's important to make Web pages indexable if you want people to find them through search engines.