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Old Dominion may refer to:
- The Old Dominion, a nickname for the U.S. Commonwealth of Virginia. The name was given in reference to the Colony of Virginia, which became the "Dominion of Virginia"
- Old Dominion, Virginia, an unincorporated community in Albemarle County, Virginia
- Old Dominion Brewing Company
- Old Dominion Electric Cooperative
- Old Dominion Freight Line
- Old Dominion University, a public university in Norfolk, Virginia
- Old Dominion Monarchs and Lady Monarchs, the athletic teams representing Old Dominion University
- Old Dominion Foundation, a predecessor of the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
- Old Dominion (band), an American country-rock band
- "Old Dominion", the debut EP of Indie rock band Hotel of the Laughing Tree
- "Old Dominion", a song by Avail from their 2000 album One Wrench
- "Old Dominion", a song by Enon from their 2002 album High Society
- Old Dominion (train), a former Amtrak passenger train in the United States
- Old Dominion Athletic Conference, an NCAA Division III athletic conference
- Old Dominions, commonly used as a reference to parts of the British Empire
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