emerita

adjective
emer·i·ta | \ i-ˈmer-ə-tə \

Definition of emerita 

: emeritus used of a woman Professor Emerita Mary Smith

First Known Use of emerita

1842, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for emerita

Latin, feminine of emeritus

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