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victrix

1

[ vik-triks ]

noun

, plural vic·tri·ces [vik, -tr, uh, -seez].


Victrix

2

[ vik-triks ]

noun

  1. an ancient Roman epithet variously applied to Venus, Diana, and other goddesses.

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Gender Note

See -trix.

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Word History and Origins

Origin of victrix1

From Latin, dating back to 1645–55; victor, -trix

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Example Sentences

In the screen, he had seen a fat round-nosed thing come up from the Victrix, curving far out ahead of the passing Enterprise.

The Victrix was not completely unrepairable, although quite beyond the resources at hand.

Chester was also called Devana by the Romans, and here the "legio vicessima victrix" was stationed.

Two heats, run in very indifferent time, decided the affair; and the little pet of the Southerners was once more hailed victrix.

This Venus Victrix was not so critical as to cavil at the manifest effort in his tones.

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