From Middle English, from Old Northern French able, variant of Old French abile, habile, from Latin habilis ("easily managed, held, or handled; apt; skillful"), from habeō ("have, hold").
From Middle English ablen, from Middle English able (adjective).
From Middle English, from Old French, from Latin -ābilis, from -a- or -i- + bilis ("capable or worthy of being acted upon").
Not closely related etymologically, though currently related semantically, to able.
Replaced native Old English -bǣre ("bearing, making, worth"), from Proto-Germanic *bēriz, *bērijaz; and -lic ("like, having the quality of"), from Proto-Germanic *-līkaz. Compare German -bar, Dutch -baar.
What's the etymology relationship between these words? Why the description is "not closely related"?