domme

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See also: dømme and -dømme

English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Perhaps dom with pseudo-French feminine inflection.

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Noun[edit]

domme (plural dommes)

  1. A female dominant in a BDSM relationship.
    Synonym: dominatrix
    • 2005, Midori, Wild Side Sex: The Book of Kink, Los Angeles: Daedalus Publishing, published 2013, →ISBN, page 95:
      No amount of fetish wear or powerful looking garments can make a domme out of a woman who hasn't worked on her power and grace within.
    • 2006, Emily Dubberley, Whip Your Life into Shape, Kansas City, Missouri: Andrews McMeel Publishing, →ISBN, page 94:
      Something dommes know is that fear can be controlled — and even used to your advantage.
    • 2011, Rebecca, “Rebecca”, in Julian Davies, Hookers: Candid Confessions of Real Call Girls, Milo Books, page 179:
      Leather and rubber fetish has always been popular but there’s a massive need for dommes who specialise in foot and shoe worship; there are just not enough of us to go around.

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Danish[edit]

Noun[edit]

domme c

  1. indefinite plural of dom

Dutch[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

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Adjective[edit]

domme

  1. Inflected form of dom

Italian[edit]

Noun[edit]

domme f

  1. plural of domma

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