Beatrix

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Beatrix
Pronunciation /ˈb.ətrɨks/ BAY-ə-triks
/ˈbətrɨks/ BEE-ə-triks
Gender Female
Origin
Meaning "Voyager". "Traveller". "Blessed woman".
Other names
Related names Beatrice, Beatriz

Beatrix is a Latin name. It is derived from Viatrix, the feminine form of the late Latin name Viator which meant "voyager, traveller". It was also a common name amongst early Christians, though the spelling was altered by association with the Latin beatus, meaning "blessed".[1]

The Spanish and Portuguese form of this name is Beatriz,[2] the Italian form is Beatrice and the French form is Béatrice. See Beatrice (given name) for other derivatives.

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See Queen Beatrix (disambiguation) for a list of queen consorts

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  1. ^ Behindthename.com
  2. ^ Behindthename.com