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emerita

adjective emer·i·ta \i-ˈmer-ə-tə\

Definition of EMERITA

:  emeritus —used of a woman <Professor Emerita Mary Smith>

Origin of EMERITA

Latin, feminine of emeritus
First Known Use: 1842

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