What does Dominique mean?
Dominique [do-minique] as a girls' name (also used more regularly as boys' name Dominique) is pronounced dom-ih-NEEK. It is of French and Latin origin, and the meaning of Dominique is "lord". Feminine of Dominic. Appropriate for a girl born on Sunday, "the Lord's day". Olympic gymnasts Dominique Dawes, Dominique Moceanu.
Dominique▼ has 20 variants: Domaneke, Domanique, Domenica, Domeniga, Domenique, Dominee, Domineek, Domineke, Dominga, Domini, Dominica, Dominica, Dominie, Dominika, Dominizia, Domino, Domitia, Domorique, Meeka and Mika.
Dominique has 1 masculine form: Dominic.Creative forms:
(female) Daminique, Deminique, ..
(male) Dominian, Dominidar, .. Middle name pairings:
Dominique America (D.A.), ..
How popular is Dominique?
Dominique is a very popular first name for females (#672 out of 4276, Top 16%) and also a very popular last name for all people (#11832 out of 150436, Top 8%). (2000 U.S. Census)
Shown below is the baby name history of Dominique for girls. Dominique was first listed in 1960-1969 and reached its peak position of #116 in the U.S. in the year 1992, and is currently at #1594. (Top Baby Names, 2015)
Which version is better?with its variant forms and related girl names. Below is a graphed analysis of the history of Dominique and affiliated names. Popular varying forms of Dominique (#1594 via latest list) are Mika (#1239 via latest list), Dominica, Dominga and Domenica. Usage of these forms of Dominique reached its highest 2 decades ago (usage of 0.17%) and has become much reduced since (usage 0.01%, 92.6% less).
Dominique▼ is alike in pronunciation to Diamonique. Other recommended names are Anique, Anjanique (see Anjanette), Antonique, Danique, Dejanique, Dimitie, Domicia (see Domitilla), Domina, Domitila, Domitilia, Domitilla, Donnie▼, Donnisse (see Donna), Dorine, Ebonique, Janique, Jasminique, Jeanique, Jeannique, Jonique, Martinique, Monique▼, Ranique, Roderique, Shanique, Taminique (see Tamika), Tonique, Unique, Veranique, Verinique and Veronique. These names tend to be less commonly used than Dominique.See names in meaning and etymology.