(Latin: measure)

incommensurably (adverb), more incommensurably, most incommensurably
Concerning how something is incapable of being measured or compared in excellence, size, or value: All the useful devices in the room are incommensurably astonishing and amazing and cannot be replaced at all!
measurability (s) (noun), measurabilities (pl)
The susceptibility or quality of being quantified: The measurability of important things for architects include heat, structure, sound, and light.
measurable (adjective), more measurable, most measurable
1. Suitable to be assessed or quantify: The amount of fabric needed was measuarable because the saleslady had a long narrow strip of cloth marked with inches to calculate the length of fabric the customer wanted.
2. Capable of being significant or perceptible: Little Susi showed a measurable and distinct improvement with her reading skills.
measurably (adverb), more measurably, most measurably
Referring to how something is detectably perceived: Alice went to the gym to work out and her trainer said that she had measurably improved her physical fitness since the previous year.
1. Dimensions, quantity, or capacity as ascertained by comparison with a standard.
2. A reference standard or sample used for the quantitative comparison of properties.
3. A unit specified by a scale; such as, an inch, or by variable conditions, such as a day's march.
4. A system of measurement, such as the metric system.
5. Etymology: from Old French mesurer which came from Late Latin mensurare "to measure"; from Latin mensura, "a measuring, a thing to measure by"; from mensus, metiri, "to measure".
mensurability (s) (noun) (no pl)
The capability of being gauged or calculated: The mensurability, or the measurability, of the estimated value of oil was certainly noticeable during the time of the pandemic.
mensurable (adjective), more mensurable, most mensurable
1. Possible of being assessed; measurable: The growth of the children was mensurable and was written on the door frame every year!
2. Possessing a fixed rhythm and measure in music: The mensurable piece Joan was practicing had notes in a structured and uninterrupted and constant manner.
Tene mensuram et respice finem. (Latin proverb)
Translation: "Be moderate, think of the consequences."

Motto of German Emperor Maximilian I (1493-1519).

Related "measure" and "metric" words and charts: meter-, metro-; Metric Chart of Units; Metric-Length Converter; Metric Units and Links.