noun, often capitalized C&R

Definition of co-redemptrix 

: a woman whose participation is believed by some Roman Catholics to be essential for the redemption of humanity specifically : virgin mary

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History and Etymology for co-redemptrix

New Latin, from co- + redemptrix, feminine of Latin redemptor redeemer

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