[ fi-kuhn-di-tee ]
/ fɪˈkʌn dɪ ti /
the quality of being fecund; capacity, especially in female animals, of producing young in great numbers.
fruitfulness or fertility, as of the earth.
the capacity of abundant production: fecundity of imagination.
- fed to the gills,
- fed up,
- fed. res. bd.
Origin of fecundity
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If superfecundity exists, it exists, no doubt, because it is a less evil than some other evil which otherwise would exist.The Miscellaneous Writings and Speeches of Lord Macaulay, Vol. 2 (of 4)|Thomas Babington Macaulay
/ (fɪˈkʌndɪtɪ) /
intellectual fruitfulness; creativity
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early 15c., from Latin fecunditatem (nominative fecunditas) "fruitfulness, fertility," from fecundus (see fecund).
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[ fĭ-kŭn′dĭ-tē ]
The capacity for producing offspring, especially in abundance.
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