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Gender: F Meaning of Dominique: "belonging to a lord" Origin of Dominique: French, feminine variation of Dominic

Had a surge of popularity in the Dynasty days, now has subsided in the wake of fresher French choices like Destry and Delphine, though it retains its sense of sophistication.

Famous People Named Dominique

Dominique Ariane Swain, American actress
Dominique Margaux Dawes, American gymnast
Dominique Helena Moceanu, American gymnast
Dominique Marie Grund, American actress
Dominique Monami, Belgian tennis player
Dominique Voynet, French politician
Dominique de Menil, French-American art collector and philanthropist
Dominique Ellen Dunne, American actress
Dominique Pegg, Canadian gymnast
Dominique Marie-Françoise Renée Varaigne, French actress
Miss Dominique (Michalon), French pop singer
Dominique Provost-Chalkley, English actress
Danielle Fernandes Dominique Schuelein-Steel, American novelist
Dominique Caine (b. 1956), daughter of actor Michael Caine
Dominique Elwes (b. 2007), daughter of English actor Cary Elwes
Dominique Garcia Taron (b. 2013), daughter of Colombian footballer Radamel Falcao

Pop Culture References for the name Dominique

Dominique Deveraux, character on TV's "Dynasty"
Dominique 'Domino' Derval, Bond girl in 1978 movie "Thunderball"
Dominique Paradis, character in video game "James Bond 007: Nightfire"
Dominique Ballard, main character in 1978 movie "Dominique"
Dominique Weasley, child of Bill and Fleur Weasley in the Harry Potter series
Dominique Francon, main character in Ayn Rand's 'The Fountainhead'
''Dominique," song by Sœur Sourire aka The Singing Nun

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