leisure

empty – First meant "at leisure, unoccupied," and it could also mean "unmarried." More…

leisure – Based on Latin licere, "be allowed." More…

scholastic – Based on Latin scholasticus, "devote one's leisure to learning." More…

vacation – Coming from Latin vacation/vacatio, from vacare, "to be free, empty; to be at leisure," around 1395, this term entered Old English, meaning "rest and freedom from any activity." More…



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