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legislatrix

[ lej-is-ley-triks ]
/ 藞l蓻d蕭 瑟s藢le瑟 tr瑟ks /
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noun, plural leg路is路la路trix路es, leg路is路la路tri路ces [lej-is-ley-tri-seez, -luh-trahy-seez]. /藢l蓻d蕭 瑟s藞le瑟 tr瑟藢siz, -l蓹藞tra瑟 siz/.
a woman who is a member of a legislature.
a woman who makes or promulgates laws.
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Also leg路is路la路tress [lej-is-ley-tris, lej-is-ley-]. /藞l蓻d蕭 瑟s藢le瑟 tr瑟s, 藢l蓻d蕭 瑟s藞le瑟-/.

Origin of legislatrix

First recorded in 1670鈥80; legisla(tor) + -trix

usage note for legislatrix

See -ess, -trix.
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