frug-, fruct-

(Latin: fruit; from Old French fruit, from Latin fructus, "fruit, produce, profit" from frug-, stem of frui, "to use, to enjoy".)

1. Producing fruit.
2. Conducive to productivity; causing to bear in abundance.
3. Producing something in abundance; prolific.
4. Producing results; profitable.
In a productive way.
1. Use or possession of anything, especially such as is accompanied with pleasure or satisfaction; pleasure derived from possession or use.
2. Attainment of anything desired; realization; accomplishment: "After years of hard work she finally brought her idea to full fruition."
3. Enjoyment, as of something attained or realized.
4. The condition of bearing fruit.
1. If an action or attempt to do something is fruitless, it is unsuccessful or produces nothing of value.
2. Producing no fruit; barren.
3. Useless; unproductive; without results or succes.
In an unproductive manner.
1. A lack of creative imagination.
2. A condition yielding nothing of value.
1. Small fruit; especially, one of those forming an aggregate fruit; such as, the raspberry.
2. A single member of a multiple fruit.
1. Of, containing, or relating to fruit.
2. Tasting or smelling richly of or as if of fruit.
3. Excessively sentimental or sweet.
4. Slang for "crazy"; "eccentric".
1. The grouping or arrangement in which fruits are borne on a plant.
2. A characteristic arrangement of flowers on a stem; a flower cluster.
Not producing fruit; unfruitful; unprofitable.
Not frugal; wasteful; such as, an infrugal expense of time.
1. An enzyme that catalyzes the transfer of phosphate to a fructose compound during the metabolism of glucose.
2. A glycolytic enzyme that catalyzes the phosphorylation of fructose phosphate.
Not frugal; not saving or economical.
unfruitful, unfruitfully
1. Not fruitful.
2. Not conducive to abundant production.