untransferable

[ verb trans-fur, trans-fer; noun, adjective trans-fer ]SEE DEFINITION OF untransferable

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Once taken, the name is generic, inalienable and untransferable.

He read that ‘because this Man continueth to eternity, untransferable hath He the priesthood.’

Self-existence is an essential, inherent, untransferable attribute of Deity; and so is not a possible attainment for any creature.

Nay, the mere word “public,” spoken with this peculiar French good faith, has for us I know not what untransferable gravity.

And another way to the soul only—rare, untransferable to words, and therefore not transmittable to others or to the reason.

Untransferable, un-trans-fer′a-bl, adj. that cannot be transferred.

WORD ORIGIN

late 14c., from Latin transferre "bear across, carry over, transfer, translate," from trans- "across" (see trans-) + ferre "to carry" (see infer). Related: Transferred; transferring.

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