Domdaniel

noun Dom·dan·iel \dämˈdanyəl\

Definition of Domdaniel

plural

-s

archaic

  1. :  a den of iniquity

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Origin and Etymology of domdaniel

from Domdaniel, fictitious submarine chamber in Arabic tales translated by Jacques Cazotte †1792 French writer & Dom Denys Chavys, 18th century French monk of Arabian origin


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