dominie[däm′ə nē; for 2, usually dō′mə-]
dominie definition by Webster's New World
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- in Scotland, a schoolmaster
- Informal any pastor or clergyman
Origin: ; from vocative (domine) of Classical Latin dominus: see dominate
dominie definition by American Heritage Dictionary
- A cleric.
- A schoolmaster.
Origin: Obsolete domine, clergyman, from Latin, vocative of dominus, lord; see dem- in Indo-European roots.