Word – Fecund
Fecund – Word of the Day
- Highly fertile/capable of bearing children
- Capable of producing many new ideas
Fecund was first used in the 15th century. Some say it originated from the French word fécond, meaning “fruitful”. Others believe that it came from the Latin word fecundus, meaning fertile.
- a fecund breed of sheep.
- We owe the entire fantasy genre to J.R.R. Tolkien’s fecund imagination.
- These tomatoes are from Janine’s fecund garden on her rooftop.
- Almost all of my grain comes from the fecund farms in the North.
- The 1970s was a fecund decade for Bollywood.
- I wish I lived in Paris during the 1920s! Imagine hanging out with Gertrude Stein, Fitzgerald, and Hemingway. What a fecund era!
- My mind can be unusually fecund once I’ve had a few drinks.
- Our cat is particularly fecund. She wasted no time in having kittens!
- You need to have a fecund imagination if you want to become a screenplay writer.
- You need really fecund soil if you want to grow this vegetable. That’s why it’s not very common.
- The Renaissance was one of the most fecund times for human creativity in history.
- The Nile valley was one of the most fecund regions in the ancient world.