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Dom·i·nic

 (dŏm′ə-nĭk), Saint 1170?-1221.
Spanish-born priest who preached against the Albigensian heresy and founded the Dominican order of friars (1216).

Dominic

(ˈdɒmɪnɪk)
n
(Biography) Saint. original name Domingo de Guzman. ?1170–1221, Spanish priest; founder of the Dominican order. Feast day: Aug 7

Dom•i•nic

(ˈdɒm ə nɪk)

n.
Saint, 1170–1221, Spanish priest: founder of the Dominican order.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Dominic - (Roman Catholic Church) Spanish priest who founded an order whose members became known as Dominicans or Black Friars (circa 1170-1221)Dominic - (Roman Catholic Church) Spanish priest who founded an order whose members became known as Dominicans or Black Friars (circa 1170-1221)
Church of Rome, Roman Catholic Church, Roman Church, Western Church, Roman Catholic - the Christian Church based in the Vatican and presided over by a pope and an episcopal hierarchy
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Dominik

Dominic

[ˈdɒmɪnɪk] NDomingo
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An inquest has been opened into the quad bike death of five-year-old farmer's son Samuel Gregg, who died in hospital after the accident at his father's farm in St Dominick, Cornwall, on Tuesday.
Dairy farmer Mr William James Gregg, aged 47, carried his badly hurt five-year-old son half a mile for help after the crash on his land at Chapel Farm, St Dominick, near Callington.
She had two glasses of wine and a cola but became ill and drove home to nearby St Dominick.