agitatrix

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Constructed as Latin agitātrīx, feminine of agitātor.

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agitatrix (plural agitatrices)

  1. (rare) A woman who agitates; a female agitator.

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Latin[edit]

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agitātrīx f (genitive agitātrīcis); third declension

  1. feminine form of agitātor
  2. Any thing that is moving (of the emotions or spirit)

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This word does not seem to appear in Classical Latin texts, but is used in Later Latin.

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