Definition of creatrix in English:

creatrix

Pronunciation /krɪˈeɪtrɪks/

noun

Origin

Late 16th century; earliest use found in Richard Barnfield (d. 1620), poet. From classical Latin creātrīx mother, creatress, authoress (of a situation), feminine form corresponding to creātor from creāt-, past participial stem of creāre + -trīx.