Definition of procreator in English:

procreator

noun

  • See procreate

    • ‘Not only do the procreators ensure that there will still be an America after they're dead, but these benefits also provide much-needed incentives to undertake the sacrifices inherent in such an enterprise.’
    • ‘And then the child runs off and his procreators are left to face the ‘empty nest’.’
    • ‘Even healthy Bactrian camels are meager procreators because the birth of a single camel requires a 14-month gestation period.’
    • ‘Simultaneously, he is also echoing an image of the primordial cosmogonie child identity of the primal cosmic man, the universal procreator.’
    • ‘The mudra represents the union of the sexes with Vairocana as the procreator.’

Pronunciation

procreator

/ˌprəʊkrɪˈeɪtə/