Name Report For First Name DOMINIQUE:

DOMINIQUE

First name DOMINIQUE's origins are Slavic and French. DOMINIQUE means "lord" (Slavic) and "of the lord. from the latin dominic. this french spelling is used primarily for girls" in French. You can find other first names and English words that rhymes with DOMINIQUE below. Ryhme list involves the matching sounds according to the first letters, last letters and first&last letters of dominique.(Brown names are of the same origin (Slavic,French) with DOMINIQUE and Red names are first names with English/Anglo-Saxon origin)

Rhymes with DOMINIQUE - Names & Words

First Names Rhyming DOMINIQUE

FIRST NAMES WHICH INCLUDES DOMƯNƯQUE AS A WHOLE:

 

NAMES RHYMING WITH DOMƯNƯQUE (According to last letters):

Rhyming Names According to Last 8 Letters (ominique) - Names That Ends with ominique:

Rhyming Names According to Last 7 Letters (minique) - Names That Ends with minique:

Rhyming Names According to Last 6 Letters (inique) - Names That Ends with inique:

Rhyming Names According to Last 5 Letters (nique) - Names That Ends with nique:

anjanique diamonique domenique monique younique veronique

Rhyming Names According to Last 4 Letters (ique) - Names That Ends with ique:

angelique charlique mistique mystique atique enrique rique tarique

Rhyming Names According to Last 3 Letters (que) - Names That Ends with que:

alacoque abeque jacque lea-que marque roque tyreeque

Rhyming Names According to Last 2 Letters (ue) - Names That Ends with ue:

hue montague due nimue sue andrue donahue drue josue larue maldue mogue teaghue teague tihkoosue true agaue

NAMES RHYMING WITH DOMƯNƯQUE (According to first letters):

Rhyming Names According to First 8 Letters (dominiqu) - Names That Begins with dominiqu:

Rhyming Names According to First 7 Letters (dominiq) - Names That Begins with dominiq:

Rhyming Names According to First 6 Letters (domini) - Names That Begins with domini:

dominic dominica dominick dominik

Rhyming Names According to First 5 Letters (domin) - Names That Begins with domin:

dominga domingart domingo

Rhyming Names According to First 4 Letters (domi) - Names That Begins with domi:

Rhyming Names According to First 3 Letters (dom) - Names That Begins with dom:

domenica domenick domenico domevlo domhnall domhnull domhnulla

Rhyming Names According to First 2 Letters (do) - Names That Begins with do:

doane doanna doba dobhailen dobi dodinel dohnatello dohosan dohtor doire doireann dolan doli dolie dolius dollie dolly dolores dolorita dolph dolphus don dona donagh donaghy donal donald donalda donall donat donata donatello donatien donato donavan donavon doncia dondre donegan donel donell donella donelle dong donia donita donkor donn donna donnachadh donnally donnan donnchadh donne donnel donnell donnelly donnie donnitta donny donogb donogh donoma donovan dontae dontay dontaye donte dontell dontrell donzel dooley doon dor dora doralie doran dorbeta dorcas dorcey dordei dordie dore doreen doreena doren

NAMES BOTH FIRST AND LAST LETTERS RHYMING WITH DOMƯNƯQUE:

First Names which starts with 'domi' and ends with 'ique':

First Names which starts with 'dom' and ends with 'que':

First Names which starts with 'do' and ends with 'ue':

First Names which starts with 'd' and ends with 'e':

dace dae daesgesage daine daire daisie dale dalene damae damerae damiane danae dane danele danelle danette danice daniele danielle danise dannalee dannee dannelle dannie danrelle dantae dante daphne darce darcelle darchelle darcie darelene darelle darence darice darleane darlene darline darrance darrence daryle darylene daunte dave davide davidsone davie davine davite dawayne dawne dawnelle dawnette dawnielle dayle dayne deane deanne dearbourne debbee debbie debralee dechtere dechtire dedre dee deheune deidre deiene deirdre deke dekle delaine delane delanie delbine delcine delice delmare delmore delphine demasone demissie dene denelle denice deniece denise denisse dennie dennise denyse deonne deorwine derebourne derorice derrance desarae desaree

English Words Rhyming DOMINIQUE

ENGLISH WORDS WHICH INCLUDES DOMƯNƯQUE AS A WHOLE:



ENGLISH WORDS RHYMING WITH DOMƯNƯQUE (According to last letters):


Rhyming Words According to Last 8 Letters (ominique) - English Words That Ends with ominique:



Rhyming Words According to Last 7 Letters (minique) - English Words That Ends with minique:



Rhyming Words According to Last 6 Letters (inique) - English Words That Ends with inique:


cliniquenoun (n.) A clinic.


Rhyming Words According to Last 5 Letters (nique) - English Words That Ends with nique:


chroniquenoun (n.) A chronicle.

techniquenoun (n.) Same as Technic, n.

uniquenoun (n.) A thing without a like; something unequaled or unparalleled.
 adjective (a.) Being without a like or equal; unmatched; unequaled; unparalleled; single in kind or excellence; sole.


Rhyming Words According to Last 4 Letters (ique) - English Words That Ends with ique:


antiqueadjective (a.) Old; ancient; of genuine antiquity; as, an antique statue. In this sense it usually refers to the flourishing ages of Greece and Rome.
 adjective (a.) Old, as respects the present age, or a modern period of time; of old fashion; antiquated; as, an antique robe.
 adjective (a.) Made in imitation of antiquity; as, the antique style of Thomson's "Castle of Indolence."
 adjective (a.) Odd; fantastic.
 adjective (a.) In general, anything very old; but in a more limited sense, a relic or object of ancient art; collectively, the antique, the remains of ancient art, as busts, statues, paintings, and vases.

appliqueadjective (a.) Ornamented with a pattern (which has been cut out of another color or stuff) applied or transferred to a foundation; as, applique lace; applique work.

beziquenoun (n.) A game at cards in which various combinations of cards in the hand, when declared, score points.

caciquenoun (n.) See Cazique.

caiquenoun (n.) A light skiff or rowboat used on the Bosporus; also, a Levantine vessel of larger size.

caziquenoun (n.) Alt. of Cazic

critiquenoun (n.) The art of criticism.
 noun (n.) A critical examination or estimate of a work of literature or art; a critical dissertation or essay; a careful and through analysis of any subject; a criticism; as, Kant's "Critique of Pure Reason."
 noun (n.) A critic; one who criticises.
 verb (v.) To criticise or pass judgment upon.

fantiquenoun (n.) State of worry or excitment; fidget; ill humor.

kaiquenoun (n.) See Caique.

obliquenoun (n.) An oblique line.
 adjective (a.) Not erect or perpendicular; neither parallel to, nor at right angles from, the base; slanting; inclined.
 adjective (a.) Not straightforward; indirect; obscure; hence, disingenuous; underhand; perverse; sinister.
 adjective (a.) Not direct in descent; not following the line of father and son; collateral.
 verb (v. i.) To deviate from a perpendicular line; to move in an oblique direction.
 verb (v. i.) To march in a direction oblique to the line of the column or platoon; -- formerly accomplished by oblique steps, now by direct steps, the men half-facing either to the right or left.

physiquenoun (n.) The natural constitution, or physical structure, of a person.

piquenoun (n.) A cotton fabric, figured in the loom, -- used as a dress goods for women and children, and for vestings, etc.
 noun (n.) The jigger. See Jigger.
 noun (n.) A feeling of hurt, vexation, or resentment, awakened by a social slight or injury; irritation of the feelings, as through wounded pride; stinging vexation.
 noun (n.) Keenly felt desire; a longing.
 noun (n.) In piquet, the right of the elder hand to count thirty in hand, or to play before the adversary counts one.
 verb (v. t.) To wound the pride of; to sting; to nettle; to irritate; to fret; to offend; to excite to anger.
 verb (v. t.) To excite to action by causing resentment or jealousy; to stimulate; to prick; as, to pique ambition, or curiosity.
 verb (v. t.) To pride or value; -- used reflexively.
 verb (v. i.) To cause annoyance or irritation.

pratiquenoun (n.) Primarily, liberty of converse; intercourse; hence, a certificate, given after compliance with quarantine regulations, permitting a ship to land passengers and crew; -- a term used particularly in the south of Europe.
 noun (n.) Practice; habits.

periquenoun (n.) A kind of tobacco with medium-sized leaf, small stem, tough and gummy fiber, raised in Louisiana, and cured in its own juices, so as to be very dark colored, usually black. It is marketed in tightly wrapped rolls called carottes.

reliquenoun (n.) See Relic.

saliqueadjective (a.) Salic.

siliquenoun (n.) An oblong or elongated seed vessel, consisting of two valves with a dissepiment between, and opening by sutures at either margin. The seeds are attached to both edges of the dissepiment, alternately upon each side of it.


Rhyming Words According to Last 3 Letters (que) - English Words That Ends with que:


adunqueadjective (a.) Hooked; as, a parrot has an adunc bill.

alhambresqueadjective (a.) Made or decorated after the fanciful style of the ornamentation in the Alhambra, which affords an unusually fine exhibition of Saracenic or Arabesque architecture.

arabesquenoun (n.) A style of ornamentation either painted, inlaid, or carved in low relief. It consists of a pattern in which plants, fruits, foliage, etc., as well as figures of men and animals, real or imaginary, are fantastically interlaced or put together.
 adjective (a.) Arabian.
 adjective (a.) Relating to, or exhibiting, the style of ornament called arabesque; as, arabesque frescoes.

alcornoquenoun (n.) The bark of several trees, esp. of Bowdichia virgilioides of Brazil, used as a remedy for consumption; of Byrsonima crassifolia, used in tanning; of Alchornea latifolia, used medicinally; or of Quercus ilex, the cork tree.

barbaresqueadjective (a.) Barbaric in form or style; as, barbaresque architecture.

barquenoun (n.) Formerly, any small sailing vessel, as a pinnace, fishing smack, etc.; also, a rowing boat; a barge. Now applied poetically to a sailing vessel or boat of any kind.
 noun (n.) A three-masted vessel, having her foremast and mainmast square-rigged, and her mizzenmast schooner-rigged.
 noun (n.) Same as 3d Bark, n.

baroqueadjective (a.) In bad taste; grotesque; odd.
 adjective (a.) Irregular in form; -- said esp. of a pearl.

basquenoun (n.) One of a race, of unknown origin, inhabiting a region on the Bay of Biscay in Spain and France.
 noun (n.) The language spoken by the Basque people.
 noun (n.) A part of a lady's dress, resembling a jacket with a short skirt; -- probably so called because this fashion of dress came from the Basques.
 adjective (a.) Pertaining to Biscay, its people, or their language.

bisquenoun (n.) Unglazed white porcelain.
 noun (n.) A point taken by the receiver of odds in the game of tennis; also, an extra innings allowed to a weaker player in croquet.
 noun (n.) A white soup made of crayfish.

blottesqueadjective (a.) Characterized by blots or heavy touches; coarsely depicted; wanting in delineation.

brusqueadjective (a.) Rough and prompt in manner; blunt; abrupt; bluff; as, a brusque man; a brusque style.

burlesquenoun (n.) Ludicrous representation; exaggerated parody; grotesque satire.
 noun (n.) An ironical or satirical composition intended to excite laughter, or to ridicule anything.
 noun (n.) A ludicrous imitation; a caricature; a travesty; a gross perversion.
 adjective (a.) Tending to excite laughter or contempt by extravagant images, or by a contrast between the subject and the manner of treating it, as when a trifling subject is treated with mock gravity; jocular; ironical.
 verb (v. t.) To ridicule, or to make ludicrous by grotesque representation in action or in language.
 verb (v. i.) To employ burlesque.

brasquenoun (n.) A paste made by mixing powdered charcoal, coal, or coke with clay, molasses, tar, or other suitable substance. It is used for lining hearths, crucibles, etc. Called also steep.

breloquenoun (n.) A seal or charm for a watch chain.

casquenoun (n.) A piece of defensive or ornamental armor (with or without a vizor) for the head and neck; a helmet.

catafalquenoun (n.) A temporary structure sometimes used in the funeral solemnities of eminent persons, for the public exhibition of the remains, or their conveyance to the place of burial.

chequenoun (n.) See Check.

chibouquenoun (n.) Alt. of Chibouk

cinquenoun (n.) Five; the number five in dice or cards.

cirquenoun (n.) A circle; a circus; a circular erection or arrangement of objects.
 noun (n.) A kind of circular valley in the side of a mountain, walled around by precipices of great height.

claquenoun (n.) A collection of persons employed to applaud at a theatrical exhibition.

coquenoun (n.) A small loop or bow of ribbon used in making hats, boas, etc.

dantesqueadjective (a.) Dantelike; Dantean.

equivoquenoun (n.) Alt. of Equivoke

filioquenoun (n.) The Latin for, "and from the Son," equivalent to et filio, inserted by the third council of Toledo (a. d. 589) in the clause qui ex Patre procedit (who proceedeth from the Father) of the Niceno-Constantinopolitan Creed (a. d. 381), which makes a creed state that the Holy Ghost proceeds from the Son as well as from the Father. Hence, the doctrine itself (not admitted by the Eastern Church).

gigantesqueadjective (a.) Befitting a giant; bombastic; magniloquent.

grecquenoun (n.) An ornament supposed to be of Greek origin, esp. a fret or meander.

grotesquenoun (n.) A whimsical figure, or scene, such as is found in old crypts and grottoes.
 noun (n.) Artificial grotto-work.

macaquenoun (n.) Any one of several species of short-tailed monkeys of the genus Macacus; as, M. maurus, the moor macaque of the East Indies.

marquenoun (n.) A license to pass the limits of a jurisdiction, or boundary of a country, for the purpose of making reprisals.

masquenoun (n.) A mask; a masquerade.

mauresquenoun (a. & n.) See Moresque.

moresquenoun (n.) The Moresque style of architecture or decoration. See Moorish architecture, under Moorish.
 adjective (a.) Of or pertaining to, or in the manner or style of, the Moors; Moorish.

mosquenoun (n.) A Mohammedan church or place of religious worship.

odalisquenoun (n.) A female slave or concubine in the harem of the Turkish sultan.

opaquenoun (n.) That which is opaque; opacity.
 adjective (a.) Impervious to the rays of light; not transparent; as, an opaque substance.
 adjective (a.) Obscure; not clear; unintelligible.

quenoun (n.) A half farthing.
 noun (n.) A half farthing.

palenquenoun (n. pl.) A collective name for the Indians of Nicaragua and Honduras.

paquenoun (n.) See Pasch and Easter.

parauquenoun (n.) A bird (Nyctidromus albicollis) ranging from Texas to South America. It is allied to the night hawk and goatsucker.

pasquenoun (n.) See Pasch.

perruquenoun (n.) See Peruke.

picaresqueadjective (a.) Applied to that class of literature in which the principal personage is the Spanish picaro, meaning a rascal, a knave, a rogue, an adventurer.

picturesqueadjective (a.) Forming, or fitted to form, a good or pleasing picture; representing with the clearness or ideal beauty appropriate to a picture; expressing that peculiar kind of beauty which is agreeable in a picture, natural or artificial; graphic; vivid; as, a picturesque scene or attitude; picturesque language.

plaquenoun (n.) Any flat, thin piece of metal, clay, ivory, or the like, used for ornament, or for painting pictures upon, as a slab, plate, dish, or the like, hung upon a wall; also, a smaller decoration worn on the person, as a brooch.

plateresqueadjective (a.) Resembling silver plate; -- said of certain architectural ornaments.

ptilocerquenoun (n.) The pentail.

pulquenoun (n.) An intoxicating Mexican drink. See Agave.

raffaelesqueadjective (a.) Raphaelesque.

raphaelesqueadjective (a.) Like Raphael's works; in Raphael's manner of painting.

ENGLISH WORDS RHYMING WITH DOMƯNƯQUE (According to first letters):


Rhyming Words According to First 8 Letters (dominiqu) - Words That Begins with dominiqu:



Rhyming Words According to First 7 Letters (dominiq) - Words That Begins with dominiq:



Rhyming Words According to First 6 Letters (domini) - Words That Begins with domini:


dominicalnoun (n.) The Lord's day or Sunday; also, the Lord's prayer.
 adjective (a.) Indicating, or pertaining to, the Lord's day, or Sunday.
 adjective (a.) Relating to, or given by, our Lord; as, the dominical (or Lord's) prayer.

dominicannoun (n.) One of an order of mendicant monks founded by Dominic de Guzman, in 1215. A province of the order was established in England in 1221. The first foundation in the United States was made in 1807. The Master of the Sacred Palace at Rome is always a Dominican friar. The Dominicans are called also preaching friars, friars preachers, black friars (from their black cloak), brothers of St. Mary, and in France, Jacobins.
 adjective (a.) Of or pertaining to St. Dominic (Dominic de Guzman), or to the religions communities named from him.

dominicidenoun (n.) The act of killing a master.
 noun (n.) One who kills his master.

dominienoun (n.) A schoolmaster; a pedagogue.
 noun (n.) A clergyman. See Domine, 1.

dominionnoun (n.) Sovereign or supreme authority; the power of governing and controlling; independent right of possession, use, and control; sovereignty; supremacy.
 noun (n.) Superior prominence; predominance; ascendency.
 noun (n.) That which is governed; territory over which authority is exercised; the tract, district, or county, considered as subject; as, the dominions of a king. Also used figuratively; as, the dominion of the passions.
 noun (n.) A supposed high order of angels; dominations. See Domination, 3.


Rhyming Words According to First 5 Letters (domin) - Words That Begins with domin:


dominanoun (n.) Lady; a lady; -- a title formerly given to noble ladies who held a barony in their own right.

dominancenoun (n.) Alt. of Dominancy

dominancynoun (n.) Predominance; ascendency; authority.

dominantnoun (n.) The fifth tone of the scale; thus G is the dominant of C, A of D, and so on.
 adjective (a.) Ruling; governing; prevailing; controlling; predominant; as, the dominant party, church, spirit, power.

dominatingnoun (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Dominate

dominationnoun (n.) The act of dominating; exercise of power in ruling; dominion; supremacy; authority; often, arbitrary or insolent sway.
 noun (n.) A ruling party; a party in power.
 noun (n.) A high order of angels in the celestial hierarchy; -- a meaning given by the schoolmen.

dominativeadjective (a.) Governing; ruling; imperious.

dominatornoun (n.) A ruler or ruling power.

dominenoun (n.) A name given to a pastor of the Reformed Church. The word is also applied locally in the United States, in colloquial speech, to any clergyman.
 noun (n.) A West Indian fish (Epinula magistralis), of the family Trichiuridae. It is a long-bodied, voracious fish.
 noun (n.) A clergyman.

domineeringnoun (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Domineer
 adjective (a.) Ruling arrogantly; overbearing.

dominonoun (n.) A kind of hood worn by the canons of a cathedral church; a sort of amice.
 noun (n.) A mourning veil formerly worn by women.
 noun (n.) A kind of mask; particularly, a half mask worn at masquerades, to conceal the upper part of the face. Dominos were formerly worn by ladies in traveling.
 noun (n.) A costume worn as a disguise at masquerades, consisting of a robe with a hood adjustable at pleasure.
 noun (n.) A person wearing a domino.
 noun (n.) A game played by two or more persons, with twenty-eight pieces of wood, bone, or ivory, of a flat, oblong shape, plain at the back, but on the face divided by a line in the middle, and either left blank or variously dotted after the manner of dice. The game is played by matching the spots or the blank of an unmatched half of a domino already played
 noun (n.) One of the pieces with which the game of dominoes is played.

dominusnoun (n.) Master; sir; -- a title of respect formerly applied to a knight or a clergyman, and sometimes to the lord of a manor.


Rhyming Words According to First 4 Letters (domi) - Words That Begins with domi:


domicaladjective (a.) Relating to, or shaped like, a dome.

domicilenoun (n.) An abode or mansion; a place of permanent residence, either of an individual or a family.
 noun (n.) A residence at a particular place accompanied with an intention to remain there for an unlimited time; a residence accepted as a final abode.
 verb (v. t.) To establish in a fixed residence, or a residence that constitutes habitancy; to domiciliate.

domicilingnoun (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Domicile

domiciliarnoun (n.) A member of a household; a domestic.

domicillaryadjective (a.) Of or pertaining to a domicile, or the residence of a person or family.

domiciliatingnoun (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Domiciliate

domiciliationnoun (n.) The act of domiciliating; permanent residence; inhabitancy.

domiculturenoun (n.) The art of house-keeping, cookery, etc.

domitableadjective (a.) That can be tamed.

domitenoun (n.) A grayish variety of trachyte; -- so called from the Puy-de-Dome in Auvergne, France, where it is found.


Rhyming Words According to First 3 Letters (dom) - Words That Begins with dom:


domnoun (n.) A title anciently given to the pope, and later to other church dignitaries and some monastic orders. See Don, and Dan.
 noun (n.) In Portugal and Brazil, the title given to a member of the higher classes.

domableadjective (a.) Capable of being tamed; tamable.

domablenessnoun (n.) Tamableness.

domagenoun (n.) Damage; hurt.
 noun (n.) Subjugation.

domainnoun (n.) Dominion; empire; authority.
 noun (n.) The territory over which dominion or authority is exerted; the possessions of a sovereign or commonwealth, or the like. Also used figuratively.
 noun (n.) Landed property; estate; especially, the land about the mansion house of a lord, and in his immediate occupancy; demesne.
 noun (n.) Ownership of land; an estate or patrimony which one has in his own right; absolute proprietorship; paramount or sovereign ownership.

domaladjective (a.) Pertaining to a house.

domanialadjective (a.) Of or relating to a domain or to domains.

domenoun (n.) A building; a house; an edifice; -- used chiefly in poetry.
 noun (n.) A cupola formed on a large scale.
 noun (n.) Any erection resembling the dome or cupola of a building; as the upper part of a furnace, the vertical steam chamber on the top of a boiler, etc.
 noun (n.) A prism formed by planes parallel to a lateral axis which meet above in a horizontal edge, like the roof of a house; also, one of the planes of such a form.
 noun (n.) Decision; judgment; opinion; a court decision.

domebooknoun (n.) A book said to have been compiled under the direction of King Alfred. It is supposed to have contained the principal maxims of the common law, the penalties for misdemeanors, and the forms of judicial proceedings. Domebook was probably a general name for book of judgments.

domedadjective (a.) Furnished with a dome; shaped like a dome.

domesdaynoun (n.) A day of judgment. See Doomsday.

domesmannoun (n.) A judge; an umpire.

domesticnoun (n.) One who lives in the family of an other, as hired household assistant; a house servant.
 noun (n.) Articles of home manufacture, especially cotton goods.
 adjective (a.) Of or pertaining to one's house or home, or one's household or family; relating to home life; as, domestic concerns, life, duties, cares, happiness, worship, servants.
 adjective (a.) Of or pertaining to a nation considered as a family or home, or to one's own country; intestine; not foreign; as, foreign wars and domestic dissensions.
 adjective (a.) Remaining much at home; devoted to home duties or pleasures; as, a domestic man or woman.
 adjective (a.) Living in or near the habitations of man; domesticated; tame as distinguished from wild; as, domestic animals.
 adjective (a.) Made in one's own house, nation, or country; as, domestic manufactures, wines, etc.

domesticalnoun (n.) A family; a household.
 adjective (a.) Domestic.

domesticantadjective (a.) Forming part of the same family.

domesticating.noun (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Domesticate

domesticateadjective (a.) To make domestic; to habituate to home life; as, to domesticate one's self.
 adjective (a.) To cause to be, as it were, of one's family or country; as, to domesticate a foreign custom or word.
 adjective (a.) To tame or reclaim from a wild state; as, to domesticate wild animals; to domesticate a plant.

domesticationnoun (n.) The act of domesticating, or accustoming to home; the action of taming wild animals.

domesticatornoun (n.) One who domesticates.

domesticitynoun (n.) The state of being domestic; domestic character; household life.

domettnoun (n.) A kind of baize of which the ward is cotton and the weft woolen.

domeykitenoun (n.) A massive mineral of tin-white or steel-gray color, an arsenide of copper.

ENGLISH WORDS BOTH FIRST AND LAST LETTERS RHYMING WITH DOMƯNƯQUE:

English Words which starts with 'domi' and ends with 'ique':



English Words which starts with 'dom' and ends with 'que':



English Words which starts with 'do' and ends with 'ue':