Fecund

Hi Everyone!

Who thought of this word? Well if you look at Etymonline.com, it started off as a Latin word “fecundus” then adjusted to Middle English “fecond” spelling, then Middle French (“fecond”), old French (“fecont”).

Look how fecund the apple trees are. Watch out here comes an apple!!
photo from Bing.com, Blog.chuckjones.com

Abby: Boy Hope sure has fecund discussions at our seminars.
Mabel: Some times she sounds like the Scarecrow from the Wizard of Oz. Don’t you think?
Abby: You are so right! Full of straw.

Have a great day! Hope
Clip Art from Bing.com
Fecund word & definition from M-W’s Word of the Day.com
Additional definition assistance from Dictionary.com

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