Accusatrix

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English

Etymology

From Latin accūsātrix (female accuser). See: -rix.[1]

Pronunciation

  • (RP)1 IPA: /əˈkjusətɹɪks/
  • (RP)2 IPA: /ækjuˈzeɪtɹɪks/

Noun

Accusatrix (plural accusatrices)
  1. A female accusator.

Quotations

References

  1. ^ The Oxford English Dictionary (2007)

Latin

Etymology

From accūsō (blame, accuse), from ad (to, towards, at) + causa (cause, reason, account, lawsuit).

Pronunciation

Noun

accūsātrīx (genitive accūsātrīcis); f, third declension

  1. a female accuser, accusatrix

Inflection

Number Singular Plural
nominative accūsātrīx accūsātrīcēs
genitive accūsātrīcis accūsātrīcum
dative accūsātrīcī accūsātrīcibus
accusative accūsātrīcem accūsātrīcēs
ablative accūsātrīce accūsātrīcibus
vocative accūsātrīx accūsātrīcēs

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