|Noah Webster's Dictionary|
(a.) Highly pleasing to the taste or senses; delightful.
Int. Standard Bible Encyclopedia
de-lek'-ta-bl (chamadh, "to desire"): Found only in Isaiah 44:9, King James Version: "Their delectable things shall not profit," the King James Version margin"desirable." the American Standard Revised Version translates: "the things that they delight in." The reference is to idols or images. Delitzsch renders the phrase: "Their darlings are good for nothing." The word may be traced back to the Latin delectabilis, "pleasant," or "delightful."
Delectable (2 Occurrences)
Song of Songs 7:6 How fair and how pleasant art thou, O love, for delights! (See RSV)
Isaiah 44:9 They that make a graven image are all of them vanity; and their delectable things shall not profit; and they are their own witnesses; they see not, nor know; that they may be ashamed. (KJV JPS DBY WBS)