A name used by pretentious
and well read men to describe a beautiful and possibly ideal female who they have only seen from from a far and do not know personally, but fall in love with instantly. Inspired by the fictional character of Dominique in Ayn Rand
's "The Fountainhead
Dude 1: Dude, what's wrong? You've been out of it all day.
Dude 2: It's nothing man, I just saw a dominique at the burger joint today and can't get her out of my mind. I wonder if I'll ever see here again.
Dude 1: You're depressing as hell, find a porn star that looks like her and get over it.
Dude 2: How dare you compare dominique to a whore...she would never.
Dude 1: Whoa... who's the chick that just walked in...never mind, she's with some d-bag with a popped collar and affliction
Dude 2: Fuck my life...
An extremely hot female,
with large boobs
beautiful eyes and smile
and a nice butt.
I totally want that dominique over there
the name of a girl, but no ordinary girl, a Dominique is someone special. a Dominique is someone that will walk into your life and change it for the better. odds are you'll never find another person like Dominique in your life. you should be honored to know her let alone befriend her. . . let alone get to date her. she makes for an exceptionally amazing girlfriend, always doing the right thing. believe me, you will eventually fall for her. and maybe you'll be lucky enough for her to fall for you. for you ever get the chance to date her, hold her tight and Never let go... make her feel like the only person in the world you could ever love... because i assure you, she'll make you feel the same.
guy 1:dude, Im dating Dominique!
guy 2: No ways man! that girl is a catch!
guy 1: yeah a catch im not throwing back
common name for a girl, for example, Dominique Dixon. The name literally means "of God", hence, a blessing, an angel. Though not all girls named Dominique are angels, not all are temptresses or evil either. Very hard to define seeing as they are all diffrent and unique and beautiful in her own way.
Note: Dominique is a female french name, Dominic is an americanized male name, derived from the female name, Dominique is not a male name, though it is used as one, but hell a tomatoes a fruit, but its used as a vegtable, shit happens
Her: "Hi, im Dominique"
Him: "Wow, what a beautiful name"
Her: "oh thank you, Its french you know..."
A top notch chick who is often hated, mostly imitated but never duplicted. the realest bitch, every female hates or wants to be her and every man wants her. she hated on mostly, shes too much too handle. SO SEXY. u wish u had all of that. Lady in the streets but a freak in the sheets. book smart and street smart. concieted for a good reason.
Guy1: "What's Shorty's name?"
Guy2: "Oh thats Dominique Fine ass!!"
Guy1: "Should've known that was her name cause she got Class, Sass and hella Ass."
Guy2: "u aint got no chance with that man trust me I tried"
Guy1: "She too Hot too handle, with a name like that"
a dark temptress ;one who tempts unknowing men
he was lead astray by a dominique
The origins of this word/name can be traced back to the ancient text of the Andradians and UncoCott. There are 2 meanings that have been found. Dominique literally means "light of my heart" and as a symbol meant.."The angel who was sent down to prepare this world for the return of God's Son." Females of this name are from birth known to be very intelligent, funny, always on the go, great writers/storytellers and attractive. to say that they attract all forms of life. This may stem from the fact that have been sent by God. Our names choose us..not our parents choosing them. If you are lucky enough to have made a friend named Dominique, always remember that she has chosen you. Although they easily make friends, they are very picky with whom they share loyalty and true friendship. If you befriend a Dominique, never let that friendship leave you...it's a blessing from your God 0 : )
I feel sad when i haven't seen Dominique for a while, then when i finally do, the sun is shining in my heart again.
female name of Latin origin, meaning "of the Lord" or "of God."
Often, it is mistaken for a male name and quite often when you introduce yourself as Dominique, you'll be asked "but isn't that a boy's name?"
In France and other parts of Europe where Romantic languages are spoken, it is pronounced "Doh-mee-neek," with the 'doh' being pronounced like the Spanish 'o' in 'ofrecer' or 'ofender', etc. Not like the Americanized
"daw-muh-neek", which makes me cringe a bit whenever I hear it. So don't say it that way.
If you can't pronounce the 'o' like the French/Spanish/Italians do, then 'Dou-mih-neek" is close enough.
There also exist the variants "Dominik," "Domanique," "Domaneek," "Dominic," "Dominica," "Domenek," "Domanec," and a whole bunch of other misspellings.
"Her name's Dominique."
"Dominic? But that's a guy's name!"