objurgatrix

noun ob·jur·ga·trix \¦äbjər¦gā‧triks\

Definition of objurgatrix

plural

objurgatrices

archaic

  1. :  common scold

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Origin and Etymology of objurgatrix

Medieval Latin, feminine of Latin objurgator scolder, from objurgatus + -or


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