Domestic meaning

də-mĕs'tĭk
Of or relating to the home.
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Of or relating to activities normally associated with the home, wherever they actually occur.

Domestic violence; domestic hot water.

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A servant for the home, as a maid or cook.
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Enjoying and attentive to the home and family life.
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Pertaining to the internal affairs or products of a country; relating to matters of the family.
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Having to do with the home or housekeeping; of the house or family.

Domestic joys.

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Of or relating to the family or household.

Domestic chores.

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Domestic is defined as something related to the home or family, something occurring within a country, an animal that has been tamed, or a person who is fond of the tasks of running a home.

Family relations are an example of domestic relations.

Terrorism that occurs within your own country is referred to as domestic terrorism.

A dog that is kept as a house pet is an example of a domestic animal.

A woman who likes to cook and clean and bake is an example of someone who is domestic.

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The definition of domestic is a product made in your home country, or a person hired to do household work such as cleaning.

An example of a domestic is a product made in the United States.

An example of a domestic is a housekeeper.

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Fond of home life and household affairs.
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Tame or domesticated. Used of animals.
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Of or relating to a country's internal affairs.

Domestic issues such as tax rates and highway construction.

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Produced in or indigenous to a particular country.

Domestic oil; domestic wine.

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A household servant.
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Household linens.
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A product or substance discovered in, developed in, or exported from a particular country.
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Of one's own country or the country referred to.
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Made or produced in the home country; native.

Domestic wine.

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Domesticated; tame: said of animals.
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Native products.
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Sheets, blankets, towels, etc.
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(of an animal) Kept by someone, for example as a farm animal or a pet.
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A domestic dispute, whether verbal or violent.
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Internal to a specific country.
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Origin of domestic

  • Middle English from Old French domestique from Latin domesticus from domus house dem- in Indo-European roots
    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
  • From Middle French domestique, from Latin domesticus, from domus (“house, home”).
    From Wiktionary