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What should I say better, "domesticable" or "domesticatable"?

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If OP is set on using a single word, domesticable is far more common. Note that the less-common derivative domesticability does actually exist, but domesticatabilty is virtually unknown.

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Personally, I'd probably just use tameable, farmable, house-trainable, or capable of being domesticated, depending on context.

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I would also go with domesticable if I were forced to use a single word. It however sounds better to use a descriptive statement.

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