Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Dominic"

People with the first name "Dominic"

Dominic Applegate Dominic Appleton Dominic Bartsch Dominic Beck Dominic Boyes Dominic Byrne Dominic Caforia Dominic Cagliostro Dominic Cardinal Dominic Cavaiuolo Dominic Cavallaro Dominic Cuskern Dominic Dembinski Dominic Desimone Dominic Dixon Dominic Dizinno Dominic Donnelly Dominic Downey Dominic Dubaldo Dominic Edwards Dominic Erb Dominic Esler Dominic Etter Dominic Fagan Dominic Fiorda Dominic Flynn Dominic Foo Dominic Fortuna Dominic Fragomeni Dominic Frantzis Dominic Galarneau Dominic Gibson Dominic Glynn Dominic Grasso Dominic Guido Dominic Gunningham Dominic Guppy Dominic Guzman Dominic Hardie Dominic Heinzl Dominic Helmus Dominic Hoppe Dominic Houlbrooke-Bowers Dominic Irpino Dominic Ischer Dominic J. Cece Dominic Jansen Dominic Johansson Dominic Johnston Dominic Kastner Dominic Khan Dominic Knight Dominic Kohler Dominic Kram Dominic Krauß Dominic Lebreux Dominic Lenhard Dominic Leno Dominic Lentini Dominic Lenz Dominic Leonard Dominic Li Dominic Liedke Dominic Longpré Dominic Luckett Dominic Mayr Dominic Merten Dominic Mogavero Dominic Mosley Dominic Nava Dominic Olariu Dominic Paquin Dominic Parry Dominic Passanita Dominic Pinto Dominic Pitto Dominic Racobaldo Dominic Raimonde Dominic Reinbold Dominic Reis Dominic Robson Dominic S Faraglia Dominic Sauer Dominic Sim Dominic Staiger Dominic Stefani Dominic Stenson Dominic Step Dominic Tavano Dominic Teo Dominic Teoh Dominic Trevino Dominic Trutanich Dominic Vara Dominic Workman Dominic Wozniak Dominic Wyss Dominic Zimmerli Dominic De Sousa Dominic Du Plessis

Information about "Dominic"

For this Dominic there are 11987 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 671.

During the last seven days Dominic was searched for 12 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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