The Greek word for Fruitful is καρποφόρος
Of Greek origin, the name means "much fruit" or "fruitful."
fruitful = noseh perot ("it carries fruit). If you are talking about the verb" to be fruitful", that is a single word in Hebrew: ×œ×¤×¨×•×ª leef-ROHT.
They were married and were fruitful with children. And Jesus said, "the world will be fruitful with much life."
Pomona was the Roman goddess of fruit and fruitful abundance. She had no Greek counterpart.
It is derived from the Hebrew word Ephrayim which mean Fruitful. However most scholars think that Ephraim mean Doubly fruitful
profitable, notable, top, fruitful
useful fruitful effective unfutile
The name "Euphrates River" came from Greek. It is the Greek form of the original name, Phrat, which means "fertilizing" or "fruitful".
How many times is the word fruitfulness used in the Bible
I can give you several sentences.Our crops have been fruitful this year.That is a fruitful plan.She is a fruitful writer.
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."