progenitive


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progenitive

[-jen′itiv]
Etymology: Gk, pro, before, genein, to produce
capable of producing offspring; reproductive.
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Through this she has fully consummated her womanhood as a progenitive mother who contains her man's penis through and through.
I think Jamison (1996: 109) is quite right in seeing sexual and progenitive significance in this detail.
PSL - Progenitive Services Ltd hope to generate more jobs in the north-east and overseas in the coming months after a multi-million pound cash injection by NatWest Equity Partners.
This simply means that generalizations about music cannot be made without serious and methodical scrutiny of its progenitive culture.