dominique

noun
dom·​i·​nique | \ ˈdä-mə-ˌnēk How to pronounce dominique (audio) \

Definition of dominique

: any of a U.S. breed of domestic chickens with a rose comb, yellow legs, and barred plumage

First Known Use of dominique

1849, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for dominique

Dominique (Dominica), one of the Windward islands, West Indies

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