Definition of imperatrix in English:

imperatrix

Line breaks: im¦per|atrix
Pronunciation: /ɪmpəˈrɑːtrɪks
 
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noun (plural imperatrices /-trɪsiːz/)

rare
An empress.
More example sentences
  • The flowing purple robes, embroidered with gold, and the glittering diadem that crowned her raven tresses, imparted to the beautiful republican the imposing appearance of an Imperatrix.
  • In some documents of this period she is identified as an Imperatrix.
  • She was an executive woman, quick of tongue and something of an imperatrix.

Origin

early 17th century: Latin, feminine of imperator (see imperator).

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