aviatrix (plural aviatrices)
- (dated) A female aviator.
2001, Roger E. Bilstein, Flight in America: From the Wrights to the Astronauts, ISBN 08011866855 Invalid ISBN, page 22:
- Hariet Quimby, a writer for Leslie's Weekly, in 1911 became the first American aviatrix and won international accalim in 1912 as the first woman to pilot a plan across the English Channel.
2002, Deena Mandrell, Deadbeat Dads: Subjectivity and Social Construction, ISBN 0802083188, page 307:
- In 1929 she turned an ide that she ‘stole’ from her son into a screenplay, Wings in the Dark, featuring a protagonist based on Ameria Earhart, the famous aviatrix with whom Shipman was acquainted...
- In common usage, the etymologically-consistent plural form aviatrices is over three times more common than the Anglicised plural form aviatrixes.