- a female given name: from a Latin word meaning “of the Lord.”
- one of an American breed of chicken, having slate-colored plumage crossed by light and dark bars, raised for its meat and brown eggs.
Origin of Dominique2
1800–10, Americanism; named after French Dominique Dominica
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Photo by Tom Powel Imaging, Courtesy Dominique Levy, New York.Woman as Fancy Slit?
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Francoise and Dominique were in the courtyard; they looked at him.
At last they had come and come in time, since Dominique was still alive!
His father was a barber at Mirecourt, where Dominique was born 1810.The Bow, Its History, Manufacture and Use
At that point Dominique stepped in gravely and shut the door.
Dominique, in reporting, made no suggestions; instead, he waited for instructions.