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condī^trix , īcis, f. 1. conditor.
I. She who lays to rest (late Lat.): luna mortalium corporum et auctor et conditrix, Macr. Somn. Scip. 1, 11.—
II. A female builder, founder, etc. (post-class.): Romae, Poët. ap. Philarg. Verg. E. 1, 20; Tert. Spect. 7: “Karthaginis,id. Apol. 50: Athenarum, Eum. Pan. pro Instaur. Schol. 9, 4.—
III. Trop., of things: “paupertas omnium civitatum,App. Mag. 18, p. 285: “praestantissima potentia caeli ac terrae conditrix,Lact. 1, 5, 6.
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