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“* Domestic is derived from the Latin word domus, a house.”
“I think what I got wrong was the timing: the domus was a fairly late development.”
“The house, and all of the activities that went on within it, he chose to call the domus, after the Latin root for the words “domestic” and “domesticated.””
“In such inscriptions the church building is generally referred to as domus Dei, domus orationis (the house of God, the house of prayer).”
“Much like Brian, I am particularly worried about the case of "domus".”
“David Goldfarb @ 296: The centurion in Life of Brian claims that, in the case of motion towards, "domus" takes the locative which he agrees is "domum".”
“The plural probably refers to the whole "domus" of the monarch and would include both Gauda and Hiempsal.”
“Pompey’s house on the Esquiline had been decorated with the captured beaks of fifty pirate triremes and was nowadays known as the domus rostra—a shrine to his admirers all across Italy.”
“Forum, the fragments from the basilica of Giunio Basso, also in Rome, or the marble inlays of the "domus" of Cupid and Psyche in Ostia.”
“It's displayed upstairs along with kitchenware and tableware in the culina gallery, although it might have graced any room in the domus.”
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Latin words from the ordinary of the Mass that do not have obvious English cognates. For a complete list of words used in the Traditional Latin Mass (the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite), see ...
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