One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Used for, or as a form of, recreation; recreational; (North American Education) designating reading done for pleasure.
Early 18th century. From recreate or its etymon classical Latin recreāt-, past participial stem of recreāre + -ory, perhaps after post-classical Latin recreatorius providing comfort or pleasure.
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