administratrix

noun ad·min·is·tra·trix \ -ˌmi-nə-ˈstrā-triks \
Updated on: 15 Nov 2017

Definition of administratrix

plural administratrices play \-ˈstrā-trə-ˌsēz\
: a woman who is an administrator especially of an estate

Origin and Etymology of administratrix

borrowed from Medieval Latin administrātrīx, from Latin administrāre "to administer" + -trīx -trix


Law Dictionary

administratrix

noun ad·min·i·stra·trix \ əd-ˌmi-nə-ˈstrā-triks \

legal Definition of administratrix

plural administratrices play \-ˈstrā-trə-ˌsēz\
: a woman administrator especially of an estate

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