domestic, domestic help, house servant(adj)
a servant who is paid to perform menial tasks around the household
of concern to or concerning the internal affairs of a nation
"domestic issues such as tax rate and highway construction"
of or relating to the home
"domestic servant"; "domestic science"
of or involving the home or family
"domestic worries"; "domestic happiness"; "they share the domestic chores"; "everything sounded very peaceful and domestic"; "an author of blood-and-thunder novels yet quite domestic in his taste"
converted or adapted to domestic use
"domestic animals"; "domesticated plants like maize"
produced in a particular country
"domestic wine"; "domestic oil"
A house servant; a maid.
A domestic dispute, whether verbal or violent
Of or relating to the home.
Of or relating to activities normally associated with the home, wherever they actually occur.
Kept by someone, for example as a farm animal or a pet.
Internal to a specific country.
Origin: From domesticus, from domus.
of or pertaining to one's house or home, or one's household or family; relating to home life; as, domestic concerns, life, duties, cares, happiness, worship, servants
of or pertaining to a nation considered as a family or home, or to one's own country; intestine; not foreign; as, foreign wars and domestic dissensions
remaining much at home; devoted to home duties or pleasures; as, a domestic man or woman
living in or near the habitations of man; domesticated; tame as distinguished from wild; as, domestic animals
made in one's own house, nation, or country; as, domestic manufactures, wines, etc
one who lives in the family of an other, as hired household assistant; a house servant
articles of home manufacture, especially cotton goods
Origin: [L. domesticus, fr. domus use: cf. F. domestique. See 1st Dome.]
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
do-mes′tik, adj. belonging to the house: remaining much at home: private: tame: not foreign.—n. a servant in the house: (pl.) articles of home manufacture, esp. home-made cotton cloths.—adv. Domes′tically.—v.t. Domes′ticāte, to make domestic or familiar: to tame.—ns. Domesticā′tion; Domesticā′tor; Domestic′ity.—Domestic architecture, the architecture of mansions, dwelling-houses, cottages, &c.; Domestic economy, the principles of thrifty housekeeping. [Fr.,—L. domesticus—domus, a house.]
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Spoken Corpus Frequency
Rank popularity for the word 'domestic' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #1487
Written Corpus Frequency
Rank popularity for the word 'domestic' in Written Corpus Frequency: #2725
Rank popularity for the word 'domestic' in Adjectives Frequency: #178
The numerical value of domestic in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of domestic in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7
Examples of domestic in a Sentence
The domestic REIT potential is there.
Clearly domestic politics are paramount.
The phrase "domestic cat" is an oxymoron.
He will be more focused on domestic problems.
Some of them have domestic issues, like elections.
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Translations for domestic
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- منزلي, المنزليArabic
- домашна помощница, питомен, семеен, домашен, местенBulgarian
- interior, domèsticCatalan, Valencian
- tuzemský, domácíCzech
- Domestik, Domestike, inländischGerman
- empleada domestica, empleada, nacional, malos tratos, domésticoSpanish
- kotimaan, koti, kotitalous, perhe, kotiapulainen, sisäasiat, sisä-, sisäinen, kotimainen, piika, kesy, perheriitaFinnish
- conjugal, familial, national, domestique, intestin, intérieurFrench
- פנימי, ביתיHebrew
- belföldi, hazai, házi, belfHungarian
- տնային, հայրենական, ընտանիArmenian
- domestica, domesticoItalian
- 国内, 国内のJapanese
- 국내, 가정의, 하인Korean
- фамилијарен, домашен, семеен, куќен помошник, домашно, куќна момошничкаMacedonian
- domestik, bela jinakMalay
- bílaʼashdlaʼii bilį́į́ʼNavajo, Navaho
- domowy, krajowyPolish
- empregada, domesticado, doméstico, doméstica, empregada doméstica, nacional, domesticadaPortuguese
- ме́стный, оте́чественный, дома́шний, вну́тренний, внутреннийRussian
- trong nướcVietnamese
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