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fecund (FEE kuhnd; FEK und) (adjective), more fecund, most fecund
1. A reference to animals, the earth, etc. which are capable of producing offspring or vegetable growth abundantly and prolifically: A fecund land is fertile and productive for crops because lots of vegetation can flourish there.
2. Pertaining to producing many living organisms or vegetation which is present in large quantities: Insects are apparently the most fecund breeders in nature.
3. Relating to an imaginative or inventive mind: A fecund person often produces original and creative things that are unusual.
Pertaining to intellectual productivity.
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(Latin: fruitful, fruitfulness; fertile, fertility)