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dŏmĭnĭcus (contr. DOMNICUS, Inscr. Orell. 3201), a, um, adj. dominus,
I.of or belonging to a lord or master (rare; not in Cic.).
I. Prop.: gannire ad aurem numquam didici dominicam, Afran. ap. Isid. Differ. 86 (v. 282 Rib.): “rationes pecuariae,Varr. R. R. 2, 10, 10: “habitationes,Col. 9 praef. § “1: palatum,Sen. Ep. 47: “vinum,Petr. 31, 2: “jussus,id. 28, 7: “GENIUS,Inscr. Orell. 1721: “APOTHECA,ib. 2591 al.
II. Transf.
A. Since the formation of the empire, imperial: “res,Cod. Just. 7, 38: “coloni,ib. 3, 26, 7: “OPERA,Inscr. Orell. 1243 al.Subst.: Dŏmĭnĭcum , i, n., a collection of poems by the Emperor Nero, Suet. Vit. 11 fin.
B. In eccl. Lat.,
(α). Dominica dies, the Lord's Day, Sunday, Tert. Coron. 3; id. Jejun. 15; Vulg. Apoc. 1, 10.—
(β). Dominica cena, the Lord's Supper, Vulg. 1 Cor. 11, 20.
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