Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as progenitress.
“It got me thinking about mothers, and the dismay that much of my counseling clientele feels about their own progenitrix patterns.”
“During the ceremony, the emperor offers specially grown rice to Amanoterasu, the sun goddess and progenitrix of the imperial line, and then eats it himself.”
“Amongst men, the earth, that progenitrix of all things, bear them all.”
“Then that progenitrix of the Vedas applaud that recitation in which the Brahmana had been engaged.”
“Therefore I felicitated the Boadicean lady upon the illustrious progenitrix with whom the Almanach de Gotha had provided her for so small a consideration, and observed that for myself I supposed I should continue to rest content with the thought that in our enlightened Republic every”
“I (the diviner), declare: When by the WORD of the progenitor and progenitrix, who divinely remaining in the plain of high heaven, deigned to make the beginning of things, they divinely deigned to assemble the many hundred myriads of gods in the high city of heaven, and deigned divinely to take counsel in council, saying:”
“I declare with the great ritual, the heavenly ritual, which was bestowed on him at the time when, by the WORD of the Sovran's dear progenitor and progenitrix, who divinely remain in the plain of high heaven, they bestowed on him the region under heaven, saying:”
“Schontz, with a sort of dignity, “I hope to end, as they say on the stage, as the progenitrix of honest men.””
“From this great progenitrix proceed the myriads that people the subterranean hive, consisting, like the communities of the genuine ants, of labourers and soldiers, which are destined never to acquire a fuller development than that of larvæ, and the perfect insects which in due time become invested with wings and take their departing flight from the cave.”
“From this great progenitrix proceed the myriads which people the subterranean hive, consisting, like the communities of the genuine ants, of labourers and soldiers, which are destined never to acquire a fuller development than that of larvas, and the perfect insects which in due time become invested with wings and take their departing flight from the cave.”
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