fecundate


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to make fertile

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S Eliot admits, a "poet of the supreme greatness of Shakespeare can hardly influence, he can only be imitated: and the difference between influence and imitation is that influence can fecundate, whereas imitation--especially unconscious imitation--can only sterilize.
Man becomes as it were the sex organ of the machine world, as the bee of the plant world, enabling it to fecundate and to evolve ever new forms.
As regards the first purpose, the male body is of more value than the female, for the same could fecundate several women during the time it takes for the same woman to conceive through men.
I am the King of Kings by virtue of the enchantment of my word, of my inspired breath which fecundates space
The penis is both the giver of life as a spear, for as a nankara stone projected by the phallic ogre (mamu) it brings death, but in the hands of her husband it cures the disease and fecundates her womb.