Another word for seed
A botanical ovule].
Seeds and fruits commonly called seeds include: grain, kernel, berry, ear, corn, nut.
Something to be planted
grain, bulbs, cuttings, ears, tubers, roots; seed corn, seed potatoes, etc.
Another word for seednoun
A fertilized plant ovule capable of germinating:kernel, pip, pit2. See start
A propagative part of a plant:spore, tuber. See start
A source of further growth and development:bud1, embryo, germ, kernel, nucleus, spark1. See start
A group consisting of those descended directly from the same parents or ancestors:brood, get, issue, offspring, posterity, progeny. See kin
One's ancestors or their character or one's ancestral derivation:ancestry, birth, blood, bloodline, descent, extraction, family, genealogy, line, lineage, origin, parentage, pedigree, stock. See kin, precede
The male fluid of fertilization:semen, sperm. See start