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EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Latin senātrīx, the feminine form of senātor.

NounEdit

senatrix ‎(plural senatrices)

  1. (rare) A female senator.
    • 2006, Paul Smith, History of the French Senate: Volume 2
      Eighteen new senatrices were elected: four Communists, three Socialists, but the real surprise was the UC, which to Arthuis' delight gained six senatrices.
  2. (rare, dated) The wife of a senator.
    • 1897, George Herbert Dryer, History of the Christian Church
      Theodora, beautiful, able, and shameless, was called the senatrix, the wife of the senator Theophylact, and the soul of that great, noble family and its dependents.

LatinEdit

EtymologyEdit

From senātor(Senate member) +‎ -trīx, originally from senex(old).

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

senātrīx f ‎(genitive senātrīcis); third declension

  1. female senator

InflectionEdit

Third declension.

Case Singular Plural
nominative senātrīx senātrīcēs
genitive senātrīcis senātrīcum
dative senātrīcī senātrīcibus
accusative senātrīcem senātrīcēs
ablative senātrīce senātrīcibus
vocative senātrīx senātrīcēs

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