Definition of damezrandin
establish, found, form, dominion, set up, build
Kurdish root word
From Avestan demana-, nmāna- "house".
From Proto-Indo-European *dem- "house, household",
Sanskrit damah "house",
Greek domos "house" despotēs "master, lord",
Latin domus "house", dominus "master of a household",
Old Church Slavonic domu,
Russian dom "house",
Lithuanian dimstis "enclosed court, property",
Old Norse topt "homestead".
Related words and phrases
gom "sheepfold, cabin, summerhouse, shelter, distant settlements of houses"
It forms or part of
domain, dome, domestic, domesticate, domicile, dominate, domination, dominion, domino, don, Anno Domini, belladonna, condominium, dame, damsel, dan
It also exists as a loan word in
Turkish dam "roof"
Updated on March 18, 2023