procreate

[proh-kree-eyt] /ˈproʊ kriˌeɪt/
verb (used with object), procreated, procreating.
1.
to beget or generate (offspring).
2.
to produce; bring into being.
verb (used without object), procreated, procreating.
3.
to beget offspring.
4.
to produce; bring into being.
Origin
1530–40; < Latin prōcreātus, past participle of prōcreāre to breed. See pro-1, create
Related forms
procreation, noun
procreative, adjective
procreativeness, noun
procreator, noun
nonprocreation, noun
nonprocreative, adjective
unprocreated, adjective
British Dictionary definitions for procreator
procreate (ˈprəʊkrɪˌeɪt)
 
vb
1.  to beget or engender (offspring)
2.  (tr) to bring into being
 
[C16: from Latin prōcreāre, from pro-1 + creāre to create]
 
'procreant
 
adj
 
'procreative
 
adj
 
procre'ation
 
n
 
'procreator
 
n

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procreator in Medicine

procreate pro·cre·ate (prō'krē-āt')
v. pro·cre·at·ed, pro·cre·at·ing, pro·cre·ates

  1. To beget and conceive offspring; to reproduce.

  2. To produce or create; originate.


pro'cre·a'tion n.
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