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create XV. first as pp. created, extension (see -ED 1) of †creat (XIV) — L. creātus, pp. of creāre bring forth, produce, cause to grow, prob. rel. to crēscere grow.
So creation XIV. — (O)F. — L. creative XVII. creator XIII. — OF. creat(o)ur (mod. créateur) :- L. creātor, -ōr-. creature XIII. — (O)F. créature — late L. creātūra.

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cre·ate / krēˈāt/ • v. [tr.] bring (something) into existence: jobs were created. ∎  cause (something) to happen as a result of one's actions: divorce creates problems for children. ∎  (of an actor) originate (a role) by playing a character for the first time. ∎  invest (someone) with a new rank or title.

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