Definition of infecund in English:

infecund

adjective

Medicine Zoology
  • (of a woman or female animal) having low or zero fecundity; unable to bear children or young.

    • ‘The total proportion of infecund among 45-49 year olds is about 70% in most cases and among 40-44 year old it is about 50%.’
    • ‘The experience of physicians shows that there are a number of infecund or sterile married couples in the population.’
    dry, dried up, waterless, as dry as a bone, moistureless, parched, scorched, baked, thirsty
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Origin

Late Middle English: from Latin infecundus, from in- not + fecundus fecund.

Pronunciation:

infecund

/inˈfēkənd/