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to be the biological father of

to produce sexually or asexually others of one's kind

Synonyms for procreate

have offspring or produce more individuals of a given animal or plant

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He said limiting marriage between a man and a woman is a grave abuse of discretion because the Constitution does not define marriage solely as between a man and a woman and that even the Family Code does not require married individuals to procreate or have the ability to procreate.
He argued that homosexuals 'can fulfill the essential marital obligations laid down by the Family Code,' as it does not require married individuals to procreate or have the ability to procreate.
Persons may prefer not to procreate because they are not located within socially acceptable parenting relationships.
Wacom designed the pressure-sensitive stylus and Savage's Procreate has been the application choice of many artists when it comes to drawing and illustration on the iPad.
The Mating Game - Natural World Special BBC2, 9pm Sir Dave looks at how animals procreate. Now, we're not saying he's getting on a bit, but he's old enough to remember when Adam offered Eve that apple on their first date.
(7) The family was ostracized from the remaining population; thereby, the only way to procreate was through a consanguineous marriage.
For such legislation to be constitutional, it would presuppose that the fundamental rights to procreate and to raise one's child are less robust for persons who conceive via ART than they are for persons who conceive through sexual reproduction.
We're not here for any particular reason other than to procreate, to further the species, just the same as the rest of the animal kingdom, of which we are a small part alongside grass, plants and trees.
We have nothing against children nor against people who choose to have them, so it is incredibly offensive that someone would judge us or imply that we are somehow inferior because we choose not to procreate.
Instead, the broad, modern, privacy-based version of the right to procreate leaves the matter exclusively and privately to the whims of prospective parents, allowing them to create any number of children in any manner of circumstances.
I do not have children, I work a 50-hour week on average, as does my husband, and I am absolutely fed up of these people who believe it is their God-given right to procreate then stay at home for the next 16 years while the state supports them just because they are unmarried.
It is the urge to procreate. When Kelly Damron and her husband tried to have children in 2001 she had to deal with the problem of infertility.
Let's leave that argument, find what truth we can, and deny this philosophy of "survival of the fittest"--which Hitler appropriated to kill Gypsies, gays and lesbians, handicapped people, as well as Jews as not being "fit" to live and procreate.
In response, at its annual camp about 200 miles from Moscow, the Russian youth movement Nashi ("Ours"), in addition to banning alcohol and promoting physical fitness, held mass weddings and led the newly betrothed to a special "Love Oasis" where they were expected to copulate, and thus procreate, for the motherland.
Maybe one day, her and tattiefaced Wayne might procreate and introduce a new hybrid to the world.