dominand

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

domin- (as in dominate) +‎ -and

Noun[edit]

dominand (plural dominands)

  1. A person or thing to be dominated.
    • 2009: Seth Schwartz, Were the Jews a Mediterranean Society?, page 134
      Shimon’s interestingly stereotypical role as a conformist, but in reality covertly resistant, dominand…is accentuated in the second half of the story[.]
    • For more examples of usage of this term, see Citations:dominand.