[Spanish fer-nahn-daw] /Spanish fɛrˈnɑn dɔ/
/ˈfɜːtɪˌɡeɪt/ verb -ates, -ating, -ated 1. to fertilize and irrigate at the same time, by adding fertilizers to the water supply
[fur-tl or, esp. British, -tahyl] /ˈfɜr tl or, esp. British, -taɪl/ adjective 1. bearing, producing, or capable of producing vegetation, crops, etc., abundantly; prolific: fertile soil. 2. bearing or capable of bearing offspring. 3. abundantly productive: a fertile imagination. 4. producing an abundance (usually followed by of or in): a land fertile of wheat. 5. […]
noun 1. an agricultural region extending from the Levant to Iraq. 2. an area in the Middle and Near East: formerly fertile, now partly desert. noun 1. an area of fertile land in the Middle East, extending around the Rivers Tigris and Euphrates in a semicircle from Israel to the Persian Gulf, where the Sumerian, […]
- Fertile period
fertile period n. The period in the menstrual cycle during which conception is most likely to occur, usually 10 to 18 days after the onset of menstruation.