Definition of dominical in English:

dominical

Line breaks: do¦min|ical
Pronunciation: /dəˈmɪnɪk(ə)l
 
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adjective

1Of Sunday as the Lord’s day.
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  • As to the other dominical sacrament, the role of baptism in justification is that it removes original sin.
2Of Jesus Christ as the lord.
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  • Turner also says that ‘The Gospel of Philip contains approximately sixteen dominical sayings, some with and some without context or accompanying action, and two actions attributed to Jesus.’
  • This is an interesting passage, and more complex than first meets the eye (a complexity due in part to Augustine's attention to the apparent mismatch between the lawyer's question before the parable and the dominical command after it).
  • They or the church can pronounce a couple divorced (breaking the Sixth Commandment and the dominical command in Matthew 19: 6).

Origin

Middle English: from late Latin dominicalis, from Latin dominicus, from dominus 'lord, master'.

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