prerogative |priˈrägətiv; pəˈräg-| noun a right or privilege exclusive to a particular individual or class : owning an automobile was still the prerogative of the rich. • a faculty or property distinguishing a person or class : it’s not a female prerogative to feel insecure. • (also royal prerogative) the right of the sovereign, which in British law is theoretically subject to no restriction
fecund |ˈfekənd; ˈfē-| adjective producing or capable of producing an abundance of offspring or new growth; fertile : a lush and fecund garden | figurative her fecund imagination. See note at fertile . • technical (of a woman or women) capable of becoming pregnant and giving birth.