Definition of advocatrix in English:

advocatrix

noun

archaic Christian Church historical
rare
  • A female advocate; specifically (Christian Church) the Virgin Mary.

Origin

Late Middle English; earliest use found in Talkyng of Love of God. From post-classical Latin advocatrix female advocate from classical Latin advocāt-, past participial stem of advocāre + -trīx.

Pronunciation:

advocatrix

/advəˈkeɪtrɪks/