noun do·mi·nie \1 usually ˈdä-mə-nē, 2 usually ˈdō-\

Definition of DOMINIE

chiefly Scottish :  schoolmaster
:  clergyman

Examples of DOMINIE

  1. <a small village where the doctor and the dominie were the two pillars of society>

Origin of DOMINIE

Latin domine, voc. of dominus
First Known Use: 1612


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