- God; the Lord.
[doh-mi-noos voh-bis-koo m, dom-i-]
- the Lord be with you.
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Examples from the Web for dominus
In 1982 he helped to persuade a rising superstar of Bordeaux, Christian Moueix, to make wine in Napa under the label of Dominus.Napa’s Earthquake Is Not The Only Thing Shaking The Vineyards
August 31, 2014
It is the first labour of every governing man, from Paterfamilias to Dominus Rex.Past and Present
It irritated her to say, "Dominus tecum," or, "benedicta tu in mulieribus."The Rainbow
D. H. (David Herbert) Lawrence
These and the few properties (rnmenta) necessary were furnished by the dominus.The Private Life of the Romans
Harold Whetstone Johnston
"Dominus Anvers" and "Dominus Modyford" occur in 1694; who were they?
The first book treats of God, Dominus, His power and sovereignty.A Mediaeval Mystic
- God or Christ
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