Producing fresh fruit or plant life in abundance fruitful in a position to create amply prolific fecund effective wealthy inventive as fertile land or industries a fertile head or imagination
- intellectually effective
- marked by great fruitfulness
- bearing in abundance specifically offspring
- capable of reproducing
- manufacturing good fresh fruit or vegetation by the bucket load; fruitful; in a position to produce abundantly; respected; fecund; productive; rich; inventive; as, fertile land or areas; a fertile head or imagination.
- with the capacity of producing fresh fruit; fruit-bearing; as, fertile plants.
- Containing pollen; -- said of anthers.
- stated in abundance; plenteous; sufficient.
Able to conceive and keep offspring. Also known as fecund.
mid-15c., "bearing or producing abundantly," from center French fertil (15c.) and straight from Latin fertilis "bearing by the bucket load, fruitful, productive," from ferre "to keep" (see infer). Fertile Crescent (1914) ended up being created by U.S. archaeologist James H. Breasted (1865-1935) of University of Chicago in "Outlines of European record," Part I.
capable of reproducing.
(a.) making good fresh fruit or vegetation in abundance; fruitful; capable produce abundantly; respected; fecund; effective; wealthy; inventive; because, fertile land or industries; a fertile head or imagination.
- (a.) with the capacity of creating fresh fruit; fruit-bearing; because, fertile flowers.
- (a.) Containing pollen; -- said of anthers.
- (a.) manufactured in abundance; plenteous; sufficient.
The Uncompaghre, with only a small amount of water, flowed through a broad and fertile valley containing several hundred thousand acres of cultivable soil.