The adjective prolific means someone that can produce a great number or amount of something.

Synonyms are abundant, creative, bountiful, or rich.

The word origins from French (16th century) prolifique, and from Medieval Latin prolificus. It comes from Latin proles meaning “offspring” plus facere meaning “to make, to do”.

Liza was a prolific baker in many kinds of bread.

The most prolific poet in the period of Vasas is Samuel Twardowski.

The scientists of this period were numerous and prolific.