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dominical

[ duh-min-i-kuhl ]
/ dəˈmɪn ɪ kəl /
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adjective
of or relating to Jesus Christ as Lord.
of or relating to the Lord's Day, or Sunday.
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Origin of dominical

1530–40; <Late Latin dominicālis, equivalent to Latin dominic(us) of a lord or the Lord (dominus lord, Lord + -icus-ic) + -ālis-al1

OTHER WORDS FROM dominical

un·do·min·i·cal, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for dominical

dominical
/ (dəˈmɪnɪkəl) /

adjective
of, relating to, or emanating from Jesus Christ as Lord
of or relating to Sunday as the Lord's Day

Word Origin for dominical

C15: from Late Latin dominicālis, from Latin dominus lord
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