Etymology: From Middle French (compare archaic modern French prégnant), from classical Latin praegnans, variant of praegnas, probably from prae- "pre-" + gnasci "to be born".
- (notcomparable) Carrying developing offspring within the body.
- (comparable) Having many possibility, possibilities or implications.
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