• Definition for "fecundate"
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fecundate definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to help make fecund or fruitful.
    • To impregnate; fertilize.
    • to help make fruitful or respected.
    • To render fruitful or prolific; to impregnate.
    • To make fecund or fruitful.
    • To impregnate; fertilize.
    • To make fruitful or respected.
    • To render fruitful or respected; to impregnate.
    • To make fecund or fruitful.
    • To impregnate; fertilize.
    • to help make fecund or fruitful.
    • To impregnate; fertilize.
    • to help make fruitful or prolific.
    • To render fruitful or respected; to impregnate.
    • to help make fecund or fruitful.
    • To impregnate; fertilize.
    • to produce fruitful or respected.
    • To make fruitful or respected; to impregnate.
    • to create fruitful or respected.
    • To render fruitful or respected; to impregnate.
  • verb:
    • to create fertile.
    • To inseminate.
    • introduce semen into (a female)
    • make fertile or productive
    • To make fertile.
    • To inseminate.
    • introduce semen into (a female)
    • make fertile or productive
    • to help make fertile.
    • To inseminate.
    • introduce semen into (a female)
    • make fertile or productive
    • to help make fertile.
    • To inseminate.
    • to help make fertile.
    • To inseminate.
    • introduce semen into (a lady)
    • introduce semen into (women)
    • make fertile or effective
    • make fertile or effective
  • others:
    • To make fruitful or prolific; particularly, in biology, to render capable of development by the introduction of male germ-element; impregnate.
    • To make fruitful or respected; especially, in biology, to make with the capacity of development by the introduction of male germ-element; impregnate.
    • to create fruitful or respected; especially, in biology, to render capable of development because of the introduction of male germ-element; impregnate.
    • to create fruitful or respected; particularly, in biology, to render effective at development by the introduction of this male germ-element; impregnate.
    • In order to make fruitful or prolific; particularly, in biology, to make effective at development because of the introduction associated with the male germ-element; impregnate.
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