infecundity

Infecund vs Infecundity - What's the difference?

infecund | infecundity | Derived terms |

Infecund is a derived term of infecundity.


As an adjective infecund

is infertile.

As a noun infecundity is

lack of fecundity or fruitfulness; barrenness; sterility; unproductiveness.

Unproductiveness vs Infecundity - What's the difference?

unproductiveness | infecundity |


As nouns the difference between unproductiveness and infecundity

is that unproductiveness is the characteristic of being unproductive; lack of productiveness while infecundity is lack of fecundity or fruitfulness; barrenness; sterility; unproductiveness.

Sterility vs Infecundity - What's the difference?

sterility | infecundity |


As nouns the difference between sterility and infecundity

is that sterility is the state or quality of being sterile while infecundity is lack of fecundity or fruitfulness; barrenness; sterility; unproductiveness.

Barrenness vs Infecundity - What's the difference?

barrenness | infecundity |


As nouns the difference between barrenness and infecundity

is that barrenness is the property of being barren; the property of not supporting life while infecundity is lack of fecundity or fruitfulness; barrenness; sterility; unproductiveness.

Fruitfulness vs Infecundity - What's the difference?

fruitfulness | infecundity |


As nouns the difference between fruitfulness and infecundity

is that fruitfulness is the state or quality of being fruitful; productiveness; fertility; fecundity; exuberant abundance while infecundity is lack of fecundity or fruitfulness; barrenness; sterility; unproductiveness.

Fecundity vs Infecundity - What's the difference?

fecundity | infecundity |


As nouns the difference between fecundity and infecundity

is that fecundity is ability to produce offspring while infecundity is lack of fecundity or fruitfulness; barrenness; sterility; unproductiveness.