shaped like a dome: a domed forehead.
having a dome: a domed roof.

1765–75; dome + -ed3

undomed, adjective
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"round, vaulted roof," 1656, from Fr. dome, from Prov. doma, from Gk. doma "house, housetop" (especially a style of roof from the east), related to domos "house" (see domestic). In the Middle Ages, Ger. dom and It. duomo were used for "cathedral" (on the notion of "God's
house"), so Eng. began to use this word in the sense "cupola," an architectural feature characteristic of It. cathedrals. Used in U.S. also with ref. to round summits of mountains.
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dome   (dōm)  Pronunciation Key 
  1. A circular or elliptical area of uplifted rock in which the rock dips gently away, in all directions, from a central point.

  2. A wedge-shaped mineral crystal that has two nonparallel, similarly inclined faces that intersect along a plane of symmetry.

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