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ruzuzu commented on the word editrix
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July 23, 2011
When I was in French class at my local community college, I was sure this was how I would have to describe myself. Instead I got to say, "Je suis rédactrice."
January 21, 2010
garth commented on the word editrix
I first saw this word in an Atlantic Monthly article in 2009. I think it is the feminine form of editor, just as aviatrix is the feminine form of aviator. This is a word I don't like.
June 9, 2009
yarb commented on the word editrix
The plural would be editrices? Nice.
September 29, 2007
reesetee commented on the word editrix
September 28, 2007
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chained_bear commented on the word editrix
I'm an editor and I'm okayI sleep all night and I work all day(chorus)She's an editor and she's okayShe sleeps all night and she works all dayI cut down text, I eat my lunch,I go to the lavatryyyyyyTuesdays I go to Photo ServicesAnd check with thevisualresourceslibrarianaboutarranging photographyyyy...I check syntax, I use big wordsI like to wear short skirtsWeekends I get wastedAnd dance on table-tops.
Painful to *be* one or painful to others? ;-) (Watch out--here be editors!)
February 16, 2007
seanahan commented on the word editrix
From what I know from writers/reporters, editors are always painful.
February 7, 2007
Ouch. It sounds painful.Okay, it IS painful.
February 6, 2007
A female editor.