AskDefine | Define dominions

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  1. plural of dominion



  1. Form of First-person plural present subjunctive, dominer#French|dominer

Extensive Definition

A dominion was a self-governing colony or autonomous state within the British Empire, a concept eventually replaced by Commonwealth Realm. Particularly:
Dominion may also refer to:
  • Dominion: The Power of Man, the Suffering of Animals, and the Call to Mercy, a book about animal rights by Matthew Scully
  • Dominion, a novel by Randy Alcorn
  • Dominion KX, SX and KSX, KVM switches by Raritan Computer
In entertainment:
In institutions and enterprises:
In games:
In music:

See also

dominions in Japanese: ドミニオン
dominions in Polish: Dominium
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