- a woman who mediates, especially between parties at variance.
Also me·di·a·tress, me·di·a·trice [mee-dee-ey-tris] /ˌmi diˈeɪ trɪs/.
Origin of mediatrix
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Examples from the Web for mediatrix
Here was the mediatrix—the veritable goddess with the sword to cut the knot!The Tragic Comedians, Complete
These unions gave to the princess the office of mediatrix; in Beowulf she is called Freothowebbe, "the peace-weaver."Early Double Monasteries
She affected to be equally well inclined to both, and even assumed the character of mediatrix.Discipline
Then at that charming and sacred hour let the mediatrix come; let the Samaritan bee appear!The Insect
May it not be the initial of Mylitta, “the Mediatrix,” one of the favourite names of the great original goddess?Clare Avery
Emily Sarah Holt