executrix

[ig-zek-yuh-triks]
noun, plural executrices [ig-zek-yuh-trahy-seez] , executrixes. Law.
a woman named in a decedent's will to carry out the provisions of that will.

Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English < Late Latin execūtrīx; see executor, -trix


See -trix.
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executrix (ɪɡˈzɛkjʊtrɪks)
 
n , pl executrices, executrixes
law Gender-neutral form: executor a female executor

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It may be an individual serving as the executor or executrix of an estate.
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