fecund

listen to the pronunciation of fecund
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Leading to new ideas or innovation

This idea of Aristotle's has proved marvellously fecund; and in truth it is the only idea covering quite the whole area of cenoscopy that has shown any marked uberosity.

Highly fertile; able to produce offspring

The number of children per woman depends, as has been said, on biological and social factors which determine: (1) the frequency of births during a woman's fecund period, and (2) the portion of the fecund period--between puberty and menopause--effectively utilized for reproduction.

{a} fruitful, plentiful, abundant, rich
Land or soil that is fecund is able to support the growth of a large number of strong healthy plants. The pampas are still among the most fecund lands in the world
intellectually productive; "a prolific writer"; "a fecund imagination"
capable of producing offspring or vegetation intellectually productive; "a prolific writer"; "a fecund imagination
capable of producing offspring or vegetation
approval If you describe something as fecund, you approve of it because it produces a lot of good or useful things. It has now become clear how extraordinarily fecund a decade was the 1890s. = productive. able to produce many children, young animals, or crops = fertile (fécond, from fecundus)
{s} fertile; fruitful; productive
Fruitful in children; prolific
fecundity
the rate of production of young by a female
fecundity
the ability to produce offspring
fecundity
{n} fruitfulness, abundance, fluency
fecundity
The power of bringing forth in abundance; fertility; richness of invention; as, the fecundity of God's creative power
fecundity
A measurement of egg-producing ability of a fish Fecundity may change with the age and size of a fish
fecundity
The quality or power of producing fruit; fruitfulness; especially Biol
fecundity
A measurement of the egg-producing ability of a fish Fecundity may change with the age and size of the fish
fecundity
the ability to cause growth
fecundity
the quality of something that causes or assists healthy growth
fecundity
The productiveness or potential productiveness of an organism, measured in the number of viable offspring it may produce
fecundity
number of offspring produced over a set time
fecundity
The number of offspring produced per unit of time per individual of any given age Also referred to as "birth rate," maternity rate" or "fertility "
fecundity
Number of eggs an animal produces each reproductive cycle; the potential reproductive capacity of an organism
fecundity
Number of offspring a female can or does give birth to over her lifetime
fecundity
Fruitfulness or fertility The quality or power of producing viable offspring in large numbers
fecundity
Number of eggs an animal produces each reproductive cycle; the potential capacity of an organism or population
fecundity
{i} productiveness, ability to bear young (in female animals); fertility, fruitfulness
fecundity
The number of eggs produced per female per unit time (often: per spawning season)
fecundity
The physical ability to reproduce
fecundity
The number of eggs that are obtained from a fish during one spawning cycle Usually referred to in terms of number of eggs per kg body weight (but sometimes per individual animal) Sometimes refers to the number of viable eggs rather than the total production of eggs Values are approximations as the true fecundity can vary according to the strain of fish and timing of when it is spawned
fecundity
the number of young produced per female per unit of time
fecundity
The number of eggs, or seeds, or generally offspring in the first stage of the life cycle, produced by an individual
fecundity
the state of being fertile; capable of producing offspring
fecundity
The capacity to produce or propagate abundantly
fecundity
The power of germinating; as in seeds
fecundity
Production of young by animals within an age class (typically a rate) Precisely, the conception rate; also the ability to produce offspring
fecundity
the number, rate, or capacity of offspring production
fecundity
the intellectual fruitfulness of a creative imagination
fecundity
Fish reproduction potential Fecundity is usually measured by the number of eggs a female produces
fecundity
the quality in female organisms of reproducing rapidly and in great numbers
fecund
المفضلات