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phil·o·pro·gen·i·tive adj. [fĭl'ō-prō-jĕn'ĭ-tĭv]

1 : tending to produce offspring : prolific
2 : of, relating to, or characterized by love of offspring

Etymology:

1865 form Greek phil (loving) + Latin progenitus, past participle of progignere (to beget)
Date: 1865

Usage:

The Duggar family is famous for their philoprogenitive lifestyle, having produced 19 children to day and giving rise to this well-known, .

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