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of, relating to, or constituting adomicile: such as

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Domiciliarycan be traced back through Frenchdomiciliaireand Medieval Latindomiciliariusto the earlier Latin worddomicilium(domicile). Domicilium comes from the Latindomus(home), which is at the heart of a number of other English words, including domestic and domicile. It is even the source of the English worddome.In Medieval Latin, domus came to mean church, and was borrowed by French for the worddôme(dome or cathedral) and by Italian forduomo(cathedral). In the 1500s, English drew on these words for dome, a word which originally referred not to a vaulted roof or ceiling but to a mansion or a stately building.

provided or attended in the home rather than in an institution

providing, constituting, or provided by an institution for chronically ill or permanently disabled persons requiring minimal medical attention

of, relating to, or constituting a domicile

a person who is domiciled in a particular jurisdiction (as a country)

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oleaginousmarked by an offensively ingratiating manner or quality

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