Fertile Meaning

Fertile refers to the quality of land or soil that is capable of producing abundant vegetation or crops.

Examples

1. The farmer’s land was incredibly fertile, producing an abundance of crops each year. 2. The garden soil was enriched with nutrients, making it a fertile ground for growing various fruits and vegetables.

Synonyms (10+):

1. Productive 2. Rich 3. Fecund 4. Prolific 5. Fruitful 6. Abundant 7. Teeming 8. Proligous 9. Breeding 10. Generative 11. Luxuriant 12. Copious

Antonyms (10):

1. Barren 2. Sterile 3. Infertile 4. Arid 5. Inhospitable 6. Unproductive 7. Desolate 8. Dry 9. Impotent 10. Lifeless 11. Unfruitful

Word History:

The word “fertile” originated from the Latin word “fertilis,” meaning fruitful or productive, which can be traced back to the Proto-Indo-European root “*bher-” meaning to bear or carry.