Definitions for reclaimable
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
or re•claim 2
to claim the return or restoration of, as a right or possession.
Origin of re-claim:
to bring (uncultivated areas or wasteland) into a condition for cultivation or other use.
to recover (substances) in a pure or usable form from refuse, discarded articles, etc.
to bring back to a more positive or wholesome way of life; rescue or reform.
Ref: re-claim. 1
Origin of reclaim:
1250–1300; (v.) ME recla(i)men < OF reclamer (tonic s. reclaim-) < L reclāmāre to cry out against
reclaimable, recyclable, reusable(adj)
capable of being used again
Capable of being reclaimed; reformed or tamed.
that may be reclaimed