Dom

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Dom or DOM may refer to:

Arts and entertainment[edit]

Linguistics[edit]

Places[edit]

Buildings[edit]

Science and technology[edit]

People and fictional characters[edit]

  • Dom people, an ethnic group in the Middle East
  • Domba or Dom, an ethnic group in India
  • Doms, people of indigenous origin found in the Indian state of West Bengal
  • Dom (given name), (including fictional characters)
  • Dom (surname)
  • Dom La Nena (born 1989), stage name of Brazilian-born cellist, singer and songwriter Dominique Pinto

Other uses[edit]

  • Dom (title), a title of respect, derived from the Latin Dominus
  • Deo optimo maximo, Latin for "to the Greatest and Best God", originally Jove, later the Christian God
  • Dóm, Old English word meaning "judgment", "law"; see Anglo-Saxon law
  • Days on market, how many days since a piece of real estate was listed for sale
  • Drawn-over-mandrel, a class of manufactured tubing
  • Dominant partner, in BDSM

See also[edit]

  • Dom (German), and dóm (Hungarian and Slovakian), versions of the Italian term duomo, meaning cathedrals or collegiate churches
  • Dom Pérignon (monk) (1638–1715), French monk who made important contributions to the production and quality of champagne
  • Dom Dom (disambiguation)