dominick
noun see dominicker

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  • Dominick — ist eine Variante des Namens Dominik. Bekannte Namensträger Als Vorname Dominick Browne, 4. Baron Oranmore and Browne (1901–2002), britischer Peer und Abgeordneter Dominick Cirillo (* 1929), US amerikanischer Mafioso Dominick Guinn (* 1975), US… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Dominick — Dom i*nick n. (Zool.), an American breed of chicken having barred gray plumage raised for meat and brown eggs. Syn: Dominique. [WordNet 1.5] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Dominick — [däm′ə nik] n. 1. a masculine name: see DOMINIC1 2. DOMINIQUE …   English World dictionary

  • Dominick — /dom euh nik/, n. 1. Animal Husb. Dominique. 2. a male given name. * * * …   Universalium

  • Dominick — noun a spelling variant of Dominic …   Wiktionary

  • Dominick — Recorded in over two hundred and fifty spellings and found throughout the western world, this famous surname is of regarded as being of medieval Spanish origin. It derives from the Roman (Latin) Dominicus , meaning belonging to the lord god ,… …   Surnames reference

  • Dominick — I Provenance. Vient du latin dominicus Signifie : offert au Seigneur Se fête le 8 août. Histoire. Né en Espagne vers 1170, Saint Dominique se met au service du Pape qui l envoie combattre l hérésie cathare dans le midi de la France. En réaction… …   Dictionnaire des prénoms français, arabes et bretons

  • dominick — dom·i·nick …   English syllables

  • Dominick — noun American breed of chicken having barred grey plumage raised for meat and brown eggs • Syn: ↑Dominique • Hypernyms: ↑chicken, ↑Gallus gallus * * * /dom euh nik/, n. 1. Animal Husb. Dominique. 2. a male given name …   Useful english dictionary

  • Dominick & Dominick LLC — (Dominick and Dominick), formerly Dominick Dominick Inc., is one of the oldest, privately held investment firms in the United States. It was one of the original members of the New York Stock Exchange, with an original founder serving as a… …   Wikipedia

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