The Hebrew word used in Genesis for the sky is “raqia” which means “bowl” or “dome.”
Along the way, you can spot the dome of St. Peter's and the massive ornate Italian high court building.
They are holding up a picture of the Western Wall and the dome of the Rock.
Will warring factions emerge as some seek to profit from the dome?
Shot frequently from the air, sitting alone in stadium parking lots, the dome resembles a Goodyear service center on a slow day.
Jerold Brown and his wife remained in this city, in an apartment as well situated as that of the Yarbro's, in the first dome.
The huge reception hall was trimmed from floor to dome in onyx and gold.
Thus crippled by the loss of his staff, we had to lower him the rest of the way down the dome by means of the rope we carried.
The roofs were constructed of canes quite gracefully bent in the form of a dome.
In all this tumult, away to the northeast, the beacon light above the Sunrise dome was cutting the darkness with a steady beam.
"round, vaulted roof," 1650s, from French dome (16c.), from Provençal doma, from Greek doma "house, housetop" (especially a style of roof from the east), related to domos "house" (see domestic).
In the Middle Ages, German dom and Italian duomo were used for "cathedral" (on the notion of "God's house"), so English began to use this word in the sense "cupola," an architectural feature characteristic of Italian cathedrals. Used in U.S. also with reference to round summits of mountains.
The head: But when the messenger's got a gat pointed at your dome, what are you gonna do? (1880s+)