[adj. stey-bil, -buhl or, especially Brit., -bahyl; n. stey-beel or, especially Brit., -bahyl]
stabile, an abstract construction that is completely stationary. The form was pioneered by Alexander Calder, and examples were termed stabiles to distinguish them from mobiles, their moving counterparts, also invented by Calder.
Stabile is a surname derived from the medieval personal name Stabile (from Latin stabilis) and is mainly found among people from southern Italy.

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