Definition of osculatrix in English:

osculatrix

noun

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  • Geometry. A curve or surface that osculates another curve or surface.

Origin

Mid 19th century; earliest use found in Charles Davies (1798–1876). From classical Latin ōsculāt-, past participial stem of ōsculārī osculate + -trix.

Pronunciation

osculatrix

/ˌɒskjʊˈleɪtrɪks//ˈɒskjʊlətrɪks/