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procreant

[ proh-kree-uhnt ]
/ ˈproʊ kri ənt /
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adjective
procreating or generating: a sufficiently procreant breed of fish; a procreant cause.
pertaining to procreation.
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Origin of procreant

1580–90; <Latin prōcreant- (stem of prōcreāns), present participle of prōcreāre to breed. See procreate, -ant

OTHER WORDS FROM procreant

un·pro·cre·ant, adjective
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