French, feminine variation of Dominic"belonging to a lord"
Dominique Origin and Meaning
The name Dominique is both a boy's name and a girl's name of French origin meaning "belonging to a lord".
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. It's one of the most truly gender-neutral baby names right now.
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Famous People Named Dominique
- Dominique VoynetFrench politician
- Dominique Ariane SwainAmerican actress
- Dominique Margaux DawesAmerican gymnast
- Dominique Helena MoceanuAmerican gymnast
- Dominique Marie GrundAmerican actress
- Dominique MonamiBelgian tennis player
- Dominique de MenilFrench,American art collector and philanthropist
- Dominique Ellen DunneAmerican actress
- Dominique PeggCanadian gymnast
- Dominique MarieFrançoise Renée Varaigne, French actress
- Miss Dominique (Michalon)French pop singer
- Dominique ProvostChalkley, English actress
- Danielle Fernandes Dominique SchueleinSteel, American novelist
- Dominique "Domi" RichardsonAmerican soccer player
- 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
- Dominique Marie Beyrandfirst wife of Queen drummer Roger Taylor
Dominique in Pop Culture
- Dominique Deverauxcharacter on TV's "Dynasty"
- Dominique 'Domino' DervalBond girl in 1978 movie "Thunderball"
- Dominique Paradischaracter in video game "James Bond 007: Nightfire"
- Dominique Ballardmain character in 1978 movie "Dominique"
- Dominique Weasleychild of Bill and Fleur Weasley in the Harry Potter series
- Dominique Franconmain character in Ayn Rand's 'The Fountainhead'
- ''Dominique" song by Sœur Sourire aka The Singing Nun
- Dominique de Lombrecharacter in children's novel "The Court of the Stone Children" by Eleanor Cameron