Dominick is a religious baby name for boys. It originated in the early Christian church, representing several saints and children born on Sundays. As of 2021, Dominick remains a top 500 option for boys.
Meaning of the name Dominick:
English: of the Lord
Latin: of the Lord
Origin of the name Dominick:
Dominick is a spelling variation of the baby name Dominic. Dominic comes from the late Latin Dominicus. Traditionally, Dominicus was only for children born on Sundays. It became a popular title in the Catholic church, especially among saints. The founder of the Dominican order of friars had this name in the thirteenth century, helping to bring it to England.
Symbolism of the name Dominick:
The baby name Dominick translates to “of the Lord.” It has the same translation as Dominic. Both of these titles date back to the late Latin Dominicus, which represented children born on Sundays. In the Christian church, Sunday is the Lord's day.
Style of the name Dominick:
Gender of the name Dominick:
Dominick is a refined name for boys.
Pronunciation of the name Dominick:
Number of syllables in the name Dominick:
Emotion evoked from the name Dominick:
Dominick is a formal and refined name for boys. It is powerful and complex.
Alternative spellings for the name Dominick:
Nicknames for the name Dominick:
Popularity of the name Dominick:
Dominick is still on the Social Security Popularity Index. As of 2021, it is a top 500 option at rank 483. Dominick ranked highest in 1914 at number 197. 1914 was the only year when Dominick was on the top 200 list.
Related names for the name Dominick:
Great middle names for Dominick and their meanings:
- Parker (park keeper)
- Marcelino (young warrior)
- Enrique (home ruler)
- Alonzo (noble, ready for battle)
- Octavian (eighth)
- Xavier (bright, splendid, new house)
- Joseph (God will add, praise)
- Cannon (clergyman, wolf cub)
Famous people with the name Dominick:
- Dominick Dunne (journalist)
- Dominick Costa (record producer)
- Dominick Cruz (mixed martial artist)
- Dominick DeLuise (actor, chef, comedian)
- Dominick Harrod (journalist)
- Dominick Fernow (musician)
- Dominick Wickliffe (rapper, Crooked I)
Dominicks in popular culture:
- Sir Dominick Sarsfield (title character from “Sir Dominick Sarsfield” short story)
- Dominick Medina (character from “The Three Hostages”)
- Dominick Marone (character from “The Bold and the Beautiful”)
- Dominick Damiano (character from “The Bold and the Beautiful”)
- King Dominick (character from “Barbie: Princess and the Pauper”)