The Czech language uses case, different endings for verbs depending on their use in the sentence. Doma is the 6th case ending for dum, and it means "at home."
Vasek- "jsem doma."
Ryan- "pujdes do hospody?"
Vasek- "nemuzu, jsem nemocni."
Ryan "ty vole. tak.... cuss"
-Hey vaclav, where are you?
-I am at home.
-Will you go to the pub?
-I cant, I'm sick.
-You ox. so..... later.
gay man: "You dumbass the DOMA doesn't defend anybodies marriage it just says that if my husband and I ever leave Massachusetts other states don't have to recognize our marriage."
Origin: Vietnamese - common usage amongst Caucasians noted in the Springvale area.
"Do ma fuck you!" - affectionate playful jibe
"Do ma mae" - this person seriously has nothing to say, and simply emitted this sequence of sounds out of habit.
Person 2: "Yeah, but he was the one who signed it..."