Dominie meaning

dŏm'ə-nē', dō'mə-
A cleric.
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A schoolmaster.
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In Scotland, a schoolmaster.
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Any pastor or clergyman.
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(now chiefly Scotland) A schoolmaster, teacher.
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(US) A pastor of the Dutch Reformed Church.
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Origin of dominie

  • Obsolete domine clergyman from Latin vocative of dominus lord dem- in Indo-European roots
    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
  • Alteration of domine, with spelling changed to reflect pronunciation.
    From Wiktionary