Even though there is NO mention of facund in Cambridge Dictionary,
(there IS, on the other hand: fecund: (adjective) able to produce a lot of crops, fruit, babies, young animals, etc.: as fecund soil.
(Haven't heard that one... hmmm... oh noooooo?!?! I am going down the Let's Find More Information, Starting With Etymology ra aaa bit holeeee...)
In Merriam-Webster the definition of fecund seems better: 1. fruitful in offspring or vegetation (prolific), as a fecund breed of cattle. 2: intellectually productive or inventive to a marked degree, as a fecund imagination. First known use in 15th century. Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo-French, from Latin fecundus "fertile", which is related to fētus and fēmina “woman”.
THAT was a digression... yeah, I know!!! So... )
(...NO mention of facund in Cambridge Dictionary,) yet in Merriam-Webster:facund
adjective: eloquent, even silver-tongued, smooth-spoken according to thesaurus.yourdictionary.com (comparative more facund, superlative most facund); while Wordnic.com presents also a noun: readiness of speech; eloquence. An archaic word (HOW archaic is fuck then? Have to check!!!), etymology: Middle English facound, from Latin facundus, from fari to speak.
(And THEN a whole new story, based on a mistake actually, started. Yet this might or might not reveal itself in another post...)
Thank you @danielmiller for this delicious [instant - 1 word, 1 post] meal!!!