domify

transitive verb

Definition of domify

-ed/-ing/-es

  1. 1 obsolete :  to divide (the zodiac) into 12 houses

  2. 2 obsolete :  to specify the position of (a planet) in one of the houses of the zodiac

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Origin and Etymology of domify

Middle English domifyen, from Medieval Latin domificare to build a house, from domi- (from Latin domus house) + Latin -ficare -fy — more at timber


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