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Name Group Dominic/Dominika

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Group info:
Meaning/translation:belonging to the lord
Language of origin:Latin
Info about origin, male:known from Saint Dominic, the founder of the Dominican order of friars (13th century AD)
 traditionally used for children born on a Sunday
Words:dominicus = belonging to the Lord  Latin
 dominus = the lord, the master  Latin
Topics:New Testament
Variants' top ranks:3:Dominykas Lithuania 2012,  6:Dominik Hungary 2015,  22:Dominika Warsaw 2008,  34:Dominic Switzerland/German 1999,  38:Dominique Chile 2012,  41:Domen Slovenia 2012,  48:Domenico Italy 2014,  70:Domonkos Hungary 2003,  86:Dominique Belgium 2013,  205:Dominick USA 2003
Name variants:

All variants, grouped by language of use

LanguageFemale VariantsMale Variants
GermanDomenika, DominikaDomenik, Dominik, Dominikus
FrenchDominiqueDominique
EnglishDominque, DomoniqueDominic, Dominick, Dominque, Domonique
SpanishDominga, DominicaDomingo
ItalianDomenicaDomenic, Domenico, Domenique
Polish Domek
Slovenian Domen
Lithuanian Dominykas
HungarianDominikaDomonkos
Rhaeto-RomanicMengia 
Czech Domek, Dominik
Latin Dominicus
Name variants:

9 female and 17 male name variants, sorted by name and gender

NameLanguages of Use
DomenicaItalian
DomenikaGerman
DomingaSpanish
DominicaSpanish
DominikaGerman, Hungarian
DominiqueFrench
DominqueEnglish
DomoniqueEnglish
MengiaRhaeto-Romanic

NameLanguages of Use
DomekPolish, Czech
DomenSlovenian
DomenicItalian
DomenicoItalian
DomenikGerman
DomeniqueItalian
DomingoSpanish
DominicEnglish
DominickEnglish
DominicusLatin
DominikGerman, Czech
DominikusGerman
DominiqueFrench
DominqueEnglish
DominykasLithuanian
DomoniqueEnglish
DomonkosHungarian