from Latin lucrāt-, ppl. stem of lucrāri to gain, from lucrum gain
1623 - The English Dictionarie, or an Interpreter of Hard English Words, Henry Cockeram;
"Lucrate, to winne, or gain, or get"
From: The Decisions of the Court of Session:
From its First Institution until the Separation of the Court into Two Divisions,
in the Year 1808
By William Maxwell Morison
Volume XI - XII, 1811
Section 8. General Discharges and Renunciations
1702. December 25. Gordon Against Ross.