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A dome is a structural element of architecture that resembles the hollow upper half of a sphere.
Dome may refer to:
- Dome (geology), a deformational feature consisting of symmetrically-dipping anticlines
- Granite dome, a dome of granite, formed by exfoliation
- Lava dome, a mound-shaped growth resulting from the eruption of high-silica lava from a volcano
- Lunar dome, a type of shield volcano found on the surface of the Earth's moon
- Resurgent dome, a volcanic dome that is swelling or rising due to movement in the magma chamber
- Salt dome, formed when a thick bed of evaporite minerals (mainly salt, or halite) found at depth intrudes vertically into surrounding rock strata
- Dome Mine, Ontario
- Dome (band), a 1980s post punk band
- Dome (coffeehouse), a chain of café restaurants based in Perth, Australia
- Dome (constructor), a Japanese-based racing car constructor
- Dome (mathematics), a closed geometrical surface which can be obtained by sectioning off a portion of a sphere with an intersecting plane
- The Dome (periodical), a quarterly publication of the Victorian era, containing examples of contemporary literature, art and music
- DOME project, a computer architecture project for the Square Kilometre Array, designed by ASTRON and IBM Zurich Research Laboratory.
- Le Dôme, a garagiste wine label of Bordeaux wine producer Château Teyssier
- Le Dôme Café, historical Paris intellectual venue
- Dome car, a type of railway passenger car
- Dome/GWCC/Philips Arena/CNN Center (MARTA station), a passenger rail station in Atlanta, Georgia named after the Georgia Dome
- Teapot Dome scandal, Wyoming, United States
- Steam dome, a steam locomotive component
- Dome, a 1987 science fiction novel by Michael Reaves and Steve Perry
- Dome, slang for fellatio
- Dome, slang for the upper half of the head or a bald head.
- A nickname for the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome.
- Under the Dome (TV series).
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