To One and All (Uno Omnibusque)--
In the Wheelock Workbook (3rd edit. rev.), Chapter 8, p. 65, Vis Verborum, A1. The question asks:
"Victorious" derives from the Latin adjective_________________, which is formed from the noun "victoria."
There is no such adjective listed in Wheelock's Latin, 6th edition; however, The New College Latin & English Dictionary does have the adjective, "victrix, -icis, (fem. & neut. only)." So, I ask, how do we decline this adjective? And, if it is only used with feminine and neuter nouns, what would we do if we needed to qualify a masculine noun? How would I say, "victorious king," or, "victorious man?"
"rex ________," and, "vir _______."
Any insight will be appreciated. Thank you.