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aviatrix

[ ey-vee-ey-triks, av-ee- ]
/ 藢e瑟 vi藞e瑟 tr瑟ks, 藢忙v i- /
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noun, plural a路vi路a路tri路ces [ey-vee-ey-truh-seez, -uh-trahy-seez, av-ee-]. /藢e瑟 vi藞e瑟 tr蓹藢siz, -蓹藞tra瑟 siz, 藢忙v i-/.
a woman who is a pilot; aviator.
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Also a路vi路a路tress, a路vi路a路trice [ey-vee-ey-tris]. /藞e瑟 vi藢e瑟 tr瑟s/.

Origin of aviatrix

First recorded in 1925鈥30; aviat(or) + -trix

usage note for aviatrix

What's the difference between aviatrix and aviator? See -trix.
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