guy 2: No ways man! that girl is a catch!
guy 1: yeah a catch im not throwing back
Note: Dominique is a female french name, Dominic is an americanized male name, derived from the female name, Dominique is not a male name, though it is used as one, but hell a tomatoes a fruit, but its used as a vegtable, shit happens
Him: "Wow, what a beautiful name"
Her: "oh thank you, Its french you know..."
Guy2: "Oh thats Dominique Fine ass!!"
Guy1: "Should've known that was her name cause she got Class, Sass and hella Ass."
Guy2: "u aint got no chance with that man trust me I tried"
Guy1: "She too Hot too handle, with a name like that"
Often, it is mistaken for a male name and quite often when you introduce yourself as Dominique, you'll be asked "but isn't that a boy's name?"
In France and other parts of Europe where Romantic languages are spoken, it is pronounced "Doh-mee-neek," with the 'doh' being pronounced like the Spanish 'o' in 'ofrecer' or 'ofender', etc. Not like the Americanized "daw-muh-neek", which makes me cringe a bit whenever I hear it. So don't say it that way.
If you can't pronounce the 'o' like the French/Spanish/Italians do, then 'Dou-mih-neek" is close enough.
There also exist the variants "Dominik," "Domanique," "Domaneek," "Dominic," "Dominica," "Domenek," "Domanec," and a whole bunch of other misspellings.
"Dominic? But that's a guy's name!"