Infecund



[in-fee-kuh nd, -fek-uh nd] /ɪnˈfi kənd, -ˈfɛk ənd/

adjective
1.
not fecund; unfruitful; barren.
/ɪnˈfiːkənd/
adjective
1.
a less common word for infertile

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