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philoprogenitive

adjective phil·o·pro·gen·i·tive \ˌfi-lə-prō-ˈje-nə-tiv\

Definition of PHILOPROGENITIVE

1
:  tending to produce offspring :  prolific
2
:  of, relating to, or characterized by love of offspring
phil·o·pro·gen·i·tive·ness noun

Origin of PHILOPROGENITIVE

phil- + Latin progenitus, past participle of progignere to beget — more at progenitor
First Known Use: 1865

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