dom-, domo-, domat-, domato-

(Greek > Latin: house, home; master or lord of the house)

undauntable (adjective), more undauntable, most undauntable
1. Incapable of being hesitant or afraid of failure: Little Ivy showed her undauntable efforts in walking by herself without holding on to her mother's hand or pieces of furniture!
2. Not inclined to admitting to discouragement: The soldier's undauntable heroism was recognized by his comrades and the highest officials of the government.
undaunted (adjective), more undaunted, most undaunted
1. Not discouraged or disheartened; resolutely courageous; unshaken in purpose: The loss of the football game did not leave the coach undaunted in his determination to have his team become the champions of his league.
2. Not afraid or hindered by the prospect of defeat, loss, or failure; determined: James was an undaunted writer who was going to continue submitting his work to other publishers despite the fact that he was already turned down by two other companies.
An undiminished determination.
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undauntedly (adverb), more undauntedly, most undauntedly
Courageously resolute; especially, in the face of danger or difficulty; not discouraged.
1. A morbid domineering by one's wife; wifely tyranny.
2 Domination of a husband by a wife.
zoodomatium (s) (noun), zoodomatia (pl)
1. A plant structure acting as a shelter or home for animals: Some animals dwell in zoodomatia and use parts of tree branches, vegetation, etc. for their lodging, as with beavers, Birds, for example, build their nests in trees or bushes.
2. An animal community: Ants seem to live in zoodoma.ia, small natural cavities, and in a highly organized colony that may add up to millions of individuals.

Related "home; house" word units: ecdemo-; eco-; nosto-.

Cross references of word families related directly, or indirectly, to: "master, lead, leading, ruler, ruling, govern": -agogic; agon-; arch-; -crat; gov-; magist-; poten-; regi-; tyran-.