Definition of factrix in English:

factrix

Pronunciation /ˈfaktrɪks/

noun

historical, rare Scottish
  • A female agent or trustee appointed to administer someone else's estate; a female factor.

Origin

Late 16th century. From post-classical Latin factrix female maker or creator, feminine form corresponding to classical Latin factor from classical Latin fact-, past participial stem of facere to do, make + -trīx.