Gender Masculine
Pronounced Pron. DAW-mee-nik(German)
DO-mi-nik(Czech)
DAW-mee-neek(Slovak)
dawn-MYEE-nyeek(Polish)
DO-mee-neek(Hungarian)
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Meaning & History

Form of Dominic used in various languages.

Related Names

VariantsDomen(Slovene) Domonkos(Hungarian)
DiminutiveDinko(Croatian)
Feminine FormsDominika(Czech) Dominika(Slovak) Dominika(Slovene) Dominika(Polish) Dominika(Hungarian)
Other Languages & CulturesTxomin(Basque) Dominicus(Dutch) Domenic, Dominic, Dom, Dominick, Nic(English) Dominique(French) Domenico(Italian) Dominicus(Late Roman) Dominykas, Domas(Lithuanian) Domingos(Portuguese) Domingo(Spanish)

Popularity

People think this name is

classic   formal   strong   refined   strange   serious   nerdy  

Name Days

Croatia: June 25
Croatia: August 8
Czechia: August 4
Poland: March 9
Poland: May 12
Poland: July 6
Poland: August 4
Poland: October 14
Poland: November 27
Poland: December 20
Poland: December 29
Slovakia: August 4

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Entry updated November 20, 2020