verb (used with object), in·sem·i·nat·ed, in·sem·i·nat·ing.
Origin of inseminate
Examples from the Web for inseminate
Or, alternatively, we could run away scot-free down Fifth Avenue and pause now and then to inseminate someone.
They were given a hand-drawn booklet that taught lesbians how to inseminate themselves using a turkey baster.
British Dictionary definitions for inseminate
Word Origin for inseminate
Word Origin and History for inseminate
1620s, "to cast as seed," from Latin inseminatus, past participle of inseminare "to sow, implant," from in- "in" (see in- (2)) + semen (genitive semenis) "seed." Meaning "to impregnate with semen" is attested from 1923. Related: Inseminated; inseminating.