Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Dominic"

People with the first name "Dominic"

Dominic Ackermann Dominic Alfred Dominic Amyot Dominic Angelo Dominic Au-Yeung Dominic Audet Dominic Benjamin Dominic Bolton Dominic Brazelton Dominic Carden Dominic Charbonneau Dominic Chong Dominic Chretien Dominic D'anna Dominic Damian Dominic Dascola Dominic Daste Dominic Deschenes Dominic Desy Dominic Dice Dominic Dietz Dominic Docherty Dominic Dowding Dominic Dring Dominic Escuela Dominic Figueroa Dominic Frangella Dominic Gaffney Dominic Galgano Dominic Giannini Dominic Giardino Dominic Gillespie Dominic Gowland Dominic Grogan Dominic Hand Dominic Hirst Dominic Hitchen Dominic Hochmuth Dominic Hopkinson Dominic Houghton Dominic Iliescu Dominic Ionescu Dominic Jewell Dominic Kapas Dominic Kiang Dominic Knights Dominic Köbel Dominic Lacich Dominic Lauzon Dominic Leung Dominic Lheureux Dominic Linehan Dominic Lofranco Dominic Lundebrek Dominic Lussier Dominic Lüscher Dominic Maher Dominic Marco Dominic Meißner Dominic Minardo Dominic Monteleone Dominic Nabak Dominic North Dominic Oduor Dominic Papenheim Dominic Papritz Dominic Pedlar Dominic Peluso Dominic Persad Dominic Pevan Dominic Pey Dominic Pietropaula Dominic Pipitone Dominic Pirolli Dominic Postiglione Dominic Potenza Dominic Praveen Dominic Putzeys Dominic Reinhard Dominic Rizzi Dominic Rotter Dominic Schuppler Dominic Schweizer Dominic Semenza Dominic Soh Dominic Tantalo Dominic Tarabochia Dominic Teagle Dominic Tierno Dominic Tonner Dominic Tringali Dominic Troglia Dominic Troll Dominic V. Cristelli Dominic Vennera Dominic Widdows Dominic Williamson Dominic Wollner Dominic Woo Dominic Zingg

Information about "Dominic"

For this Dominic there are 11999 different names on Yasni.

Most common last names for Dominic are: Bendaguma, Capretti, Corrigan

In the ranking of the most common first names Dominic is on position 673.

During the last seven days Dominic was searched for 5 times.

Meaning of "Dominic"

Male first name (English): Dominic, belonging to the Lord; Latin (New Testament), Dominicus = belonging to the Lord; = dominus master; hl known by. Dominic, the founder of the Dominicans (13th century), formerly often used for children who were born on a Sunday

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