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dominical

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adjective do·min·i·cal \də-ˈmi-ni-kəl\

Definition of dominical

  1. 1 :  of or relating to Jesus Christ as Lord

  2. 2 :  of or relating to the Lord's day



Origin of dominical

Middle English, from Late Latin dominicalis, from dominicus (dies) the Lord's day, from Latin dominicus of a lord, from dominus lord, master


First Known Use: 15th century


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  1. Spanish Central: Translation of "dominical"


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