Another word for fertile?
fecund, fruitful, productive, high-yielding, rich, lush.
Another word for a low fertile plain is a steppe.
fertile or fruitful
Healthy, good soil, fertile. fertile soil is also near rivers, and oceans.
Synonyms include fertile, farmable, or tillable.
another name for the fertile cresent is Mesopotamia
Kim is fertile.
Well, the word Mesopotamia in Greek means Land Between two Rivers; but another name for Mesopotamia would be the Fertile Crescent. -Hope this helped? (:
Another name for the region known as the fertile crescent is called mesopotamia
The fertile plant grew fast
Fertile land is land with the nutrients needed to grow and cultivate crops. Another word for such land is arable. Early civilzations grew where rivers supplied a natural source of silt, to keep the soil rich in the necessary elements.
Plants can only grow in fertile soil
Infertile or barren.
The fertile soil was good for planting seeds.
Larawan is a word in the Tagalog language. Levant is in the Fertile Crescent.
the fertile cresent
Fertilize Probably Has A Root Word Of Fertile
The Fertile Crescent is also called Mesopotamia, although Mesopotamia is only the part of Fertile Crescent in between the two rivers, Tigris and Euphrates.
plants can only grow in fertile soil.
The ground around the Nile river is very fertile which makes it good for farming.
The Nile delta in Egypt is one of the most fertile areas of Africa. The Dust Bowl was a drought that affected the otherwise fertile farmlands. The report of the creature was thought to be the result of a fertile imagination.
Swahili doesn't have an adjective with the meaning "fertile" but expresses the idea with a noun,totuba. He has a fertile farm: analo shamba lenye rotuba. (He has a farm that has fertility.)
Fertile enough that you had better be using contraception if you don't want another c-section.
Abundant, or fecund.
Fertile Crescent refers to the luscious land of Mesopotamia. Fertile Crescent was located directly between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers, which caused the land there to be green and very good for agriculture.
The lecturer believed his students had fertile minds to take on what he was going to teach them.
If a crossbred hen is mated with another chicken (breed is NOT the same as species) of any breed the eggs should be fertile.
The Fertile Cresent or Cradle Of Clivazation there are many more
This root word means to carry. Some words with this are fertile and defer.
Cuba comes from a Taino word meaning "where fertile land is abundant" or "great place"
What Organisms that can be interbreed and bear fertile offspring are considered to be in what classification?
Species is the word for organisms that can interbreed and bear fertile offspring. A genus contains one or more species.
Waterways from a fan-shaped area of fertile marshland.
A fertile soil will produce a good crop of carrots.
It means "fertile plains" or "meadows".
Synonyms for the word fertile: abundant, arable, bearing, bountiful, breeding, breedy, bringing forth, childing, fecund, feracious, flowering, fruitful, generative, gravid, plenteous, plentiful, pregnant, procreant, producing, productive, proliferant
the answer to, what is the greek word meaning between two rivers is, mesopotamia, or the fertile cresent.
The most common meanings are "very fruitful" or "most fruitful," and "very fertile" and "most fertile." It's the superlative of the adjective "fecundus, -a, -um."
erosin & soil
fat, fecund, fruitful, luxuriant, productive, prolific, rich
Your female dragon pops out a fertile egg.
another word for introduce another word for introduce another word for introduce
'species' is an organism that can produce fertile offspring through reproduction (with the same species) Do not confuse mule as a species because it can produce fertile offsping when bred with a horse, a mule would ahve to produce fertile offspring when mating with another mule inorder to be classed as a species.
fertile fugitive foregone, flake, foe, fade
yes and the correct way to spell sentence is "sentence"
The Nile river floods and leaves fertile soil.
Cheron without an E is a Hebrew word for "A Fertile Plant"
In lands used for agriculture and other human activities, fertile soil typically arises from the use of soil conservation practices.
I'm pretty sure birds.
What do you call a group of organisms that can breed with one another and produce fertile offspring?
a species..i think..:T
Another word for wedding is Marriage. Another word is Matrimony