fecundate

verb fe·cun·date \ ˈfe-kən-ˌdāt , ˈfē- \

Definition of fecundate

fecundated; fecundating
transitive verb
1 :to make fecund

fecundation

play \ˌfe-kən-ˈdā-shən, ˌfē-\ noun

Origin and Etymology of fecundate

Latin fecundatus, past participle of fecundare, from fecundus


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fecundate

transitive verb fe·cun·date \ ˈfek-ən-ˌdāt , ˈfē-kən- \

medical Definition of fecundate

fecundated; fecundating

fecundation

play \ˌfek-ən-ˈdā-shən, ˌfē-kən-\ noun

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