giftable


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gift·a·ble

 (gĭf′tə-bəl)
adj.
Appropriate for a gift.
n.
Something suitable for giving as a gift.

giftable

(ˈɡɪftəbəl)
adj
suitable as a gift
n
something suitable as a gift
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OP units carry the same weight as stock by usually throwing off the same amount of income and are potentially giftable within your holding period, but ordinarily do not carry voting rights.
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