verb (used with object), fe·cun·dat·ed, fe·cun·dat·ing.
Origin of fecundate
Related Words for fecundationpropagation, breeding, procreation, implantation, pollination, conjugation, impregnation, insemination, fecundation, evolution, gravidity, growth, reproduction, pregnancy, maturation, incubation
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The process of fertilization or fecundation is also known as impregnation and conception.
What we see in the process of fecundation is a foreshadowing of the future man and woman.
Fecundation and fertilization are important terms to remember.
After her fecundation she retires into a corner, where she plucks off her wings, and waits.The Insect
Shortly after fecundation, these eggs are transformed into larvæ.The Ocean World: