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adjudicatrix

Definition of adjudicatrix

Pronunciation

  • IPA: /æ.dʒu.dɪˈkeɪ.tɹɪks/

Noun

adjudicatrix (plural adjudicatrices)

  1. A woman or girl who adjudicates; a female adjudicator.

    * 1920: J.-G. Prod'homme & Theodore Baker, The Musical Quarterly, Volume №6, Issue №3 - The Baron de Trémont: Souvenirs of Beethoven and Other Contemporaries, somewhere between pp366 & 391
    She hastened to the Committee of Public Safety, coming out of a notary's office whither she had gone as adjudicatrix of a dry-goods establishment…

    * 1946: Pedigree Online: Thoroughbred Database, Adjudicatrix Horse Pedigree, two generations
    Adjudicatrix (GB) b. F, 1946:
    • ♂: Noble Star (GB) b. M, 1927:
      • ♂: Hapsburg (GB) br. M, 1911…
      • ♀: Hesper (GB) gr. F, 1923…
    • ♀: Judica (GB) F, 1937:
      • ♂: Easton (FR) b. M, 1931…
      • ♀: Judith (GB) ch. F, 1929…
    * 2000: "Procurer", LEXX: Tunnels, Episode №31, Season №3
    The claimant will answer the Adjudicatrix's question. Those who do not comply with the commission are subject to standard punishment number one.

    * 2002: Anor - The Standing Stones Campaign, Canticus Tredecem Bracchiorum - Hymn of the Thirteen Ringstones, 1st ringstone
    Portans ascensus Legis, sunt Tredecem Bracchi Arbitris - Bearing the Ascendence of Law, these are the 13 Arms of the Adjudicatrix

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