Dominion (disambiguation)

Dominion (disambiguation)

A dominion was a self-governing colony or autonomous state within the British Empire.

Dominion may also refer to:



Film and television




  • Dominion (game), a card game by Donald X. Vaccarino
  • Dominion: Storm Over Gift 3, a 1998 real-time strategy computer game
  • Dominions: Priests, Prophets and Pretenders, a 2002 computer strategy game series by Illwinter
  • Dominion, a new game mode in League of Legends, currently in a limited beta test.

Businesses and brands

Other uses

  • Dominion (angel), a type of angel
  • HMS Dominion, a battleship in the British Royal Navy from 1905 to 1918
  • Dominion Institute, a former foundation promoting knowledge of Canadian heritage, merged into the Historica-Dominion Institute

See also

  • Commonwealth Realm, contemporary term for former Dominions
  • Dominion Day, former name of national holidays in Canada and New Zealand
  • Dominion Theology, a theological system advocating the restructuring of society in accordance with Biblical law
  • Dominionism, a term used to describe conservative Christian political activity
  • Old Dominion (disambiguation)
  • Dominion Lands Act, a land acts created in 1872 and repealed in 1918
  • Dominions of Sweden
  • Terran Dominion, the primary dominant empire of the Terran race from Starcraft

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