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victrix

[ vik-triks ]
/ ˈvɪk trɪks /
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noun, plural vic·tri·ces [vik-truh-seez]. /ˈvɪk trəˌsiz/.
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Origin of victrix

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

usage note for victrix

See -trix.

Other definitions for victrix (2 of 2)

Victrix
[ vik-triks ]
/ ˈvɪk trɪks /

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