Doma meaning and origin
Meaning of Doma is Holy Book of Buddhists or Mosquito is rooted from Latin which is principally used in Czech and Hindi is aimed at baby girls. Doma is a variant form of biblical and well-known Dominika. Dominika is effeminate variation of Dominic. Meaning of Dominika is Belonging to the Lord and Of the Lord Belonging to God is of Latin origin.
Variants of Doma
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Popularity of Doma
Doma is a popular baby name in India where every 1 in 70000 have the name. According to our evaluation, over 20000 babies have been named Doma globally.
Numerological aspects of Doma
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Namesakes of Doma
We could not find any notable namesake.