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Definition of Coadjutrix

Coadjutrix
Coadjutress Co`ad*ju"tress, Coadjutrix Co`ad*ju"trix, n. A female coadjutor or assistant. --Holland. Smollett.

Meaning of Coadjutrix from wikipedia

- The practice of admitting women to serve the congregation as lay or coadjutrix sisters began in 1891. They helped to operate its various institutions...
- d'Estrées, mistress of Henry IV. Months before her 12th birthday, she became coadjutrix to the Abbess of Port-Royal on 5 July 1602. She was better known thereafter...
- 1753 1829 Daughter of Adolf Frederick and Louisa Ulrika of Prussia Made Coadjutrix of Quedlinburg Abbey in 1767 by her uncle, Frederick II, King of Prussia...
- The Princess-Abbess selected Anne Margaret of Brunswick-Harburg as her coadjutrix but the Duke of Saxe-Weimar refused to consent as he wanted his own sister...
- in 1599. After her profession she was commanded by the pope to act as coadjutrix to the Abbess of Fontevrault, and ****ist her in reforming her convent...
- Frederick the Great (Frederick II of Prussia), Sophia Albertina was made Coadjutrix of Quedlinburg Abbey, a convent of Lutheran women. In 1787, one or two...
- of which Justine Paris would be the "mother abbess" and Gourdan her coadjutrix. As soon as they left the hospital, the two women began to execute their...
- Schuren, and his cousins, Count Friedrich II and his sister, Anna, the Coadjutrix of B****um, were the only heirs of Irmgard when she died in 1575. Rudolf...
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