The Alternative Latin Dictionary: dictatrix

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dictatrix etymology From dictātor, from dictō, from dīcō. pronunciation
  • (Classical) /dikˈtaː.triːks/
noun: {{la-noun}}
  1. (humorous) woman in charge
    • c.205-184 {{B.C.E.}}, Persa, act v, scene 1 Do hanc tibi florentem florenti: tuhic eris dictatrix nobis.
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  • dīcō
  • dictāmen
  • dictātiō
  • dictātor
  • dictātōrius
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  • dictātūra
  • dictō
  • dictum
  • dictus
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