educatrix


educatrix
ēdŭcātrix, īcis, f. celle qui nourrit, qui élève, nourrice, mère.
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ēdŭcātrix, īcis, f. celle qui nourrit, qui élève, nourrice, mère.
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    Educatrix, pen. prod. Verbale foem. gen. Colum. Nourrisse.

Dictionarium latinogallicum. 1552.

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  • educatress — noun A female educator. Syn: educatrix, teacheress …   Wiktionary

  • educator — 1560s, one who nourishes or rears; 1670s, one who trains or instructs, from L. educator (in classical Latin, a foster father as well as a tutor ), agent noun from pp. stem of educare (see EDUCATE (Cf. educate)). Latin educatrix meant a nurse …   Etymology dictionary

  • nourrisse — Nourrisse, ou Nourrice, Nutrix, Educatrix. Il faut qu une nourrisse baille plus d abandon qu une mere, Nutricem indulgentiorem esse quam matrem saepe conuenit …   Thresor de la langue françoyse


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