halidom etymology

Middle English word halidom comes from English holy, English -dom

Detailed word origin of halidom

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
holy English (eng) (slang) Used as an intensifier in various interjections.. Dedicated to a religious purpose or a god.. Perfect or flawless.. Revered in a religion.. Separated or set apart from (something unto something or someone else).. Set apart or dedicated for a specific purpose, or for use by a single entity or person. (archaic) A thing that is extremely holy; used almost exclusively in Holy of Holies.
-dom English (eng) Forming nouns denoting the condition or state of the suffixed word.. Forming nouns denoting the domain or jurisdiction of the suffixed word.. Forming nouns denoting the fandom of the suffixed word.. Forming nouns — usually nonce words — denoting the set of all examples of the suffixed word.
hāliġdōm Old English (ang)
haliȝdom Middle English (enm)

Words with the same origin as halidom

Descendants of holy
Descendants of -dom
hordom horedom marterdom martirdom martyrdome