-trix
noun suffix (plural -trices or -trixes) Etymology: Middle English, from Latin, feminine of -tor, suffix denoting an agent 1. female that does or is associated with a (specified) thing <
aviatrix
>
2. geometric line, point, or surface <
generatrix
>

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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