fecundate vs inseminate what difference

what is difference between fecundate and inseminate

English

Etymology

fecund +‎ -ate

Verb

fecundate (third-person singular simple present fecundates, present participle fecundating, simple past and past participle fecundated)

  1. To make fertile.
  2. To inseminate.

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English

Etymology

From Latin inseminatus, past participle of inseminare (to sow). See seminate.

Verb

inseminate (third-person singular simple present inseminates, present participle inseminating, simple past and past participle inseminated)

  1. To sow (to disperse or plant seeds).
  2. To impregnate (to cause to become pregnant).

Related terms

  • insemination

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