Domínguez ([doˈmiŋɡeθ] or [doˈmiŋɡes]) is a name of Spanish origin. It used to mean son of Domingo (i.e., son of Dominic). The surname is usually written Dominguez in the Philippines and United States. Written as Domínguez in Spanish speaking countries like Spain, Mexico, Argentina, etc...

Geographical distributionEdit

As of 2014, 40.7% of all known bearers of the surname Domínguez were residents of Mexico (frequency 1:242), 12.8% of Spain (1:288), 8.5% of Argentina (1:396), 7.7% of the United States (1:3,721), 4.3% of Cuba (1:212), 3.2% of Colombia (1:1,186), 3.0% of Peru (1:831), 2.6% of Venezuela (1:904), 2.6% of Honduras (1:265), 2.4% of Paraguay (1:241), 2.0% of the Dominican Republic (1:412), 2.0% of the Philippines (1:4,049), 1.5% of Panama (1:214), 1.2% of Ecuador (1:1,028), 1.0% of Guatemala (1:1,243) and 1.0% of El Salvador (1:500).

In Spain, the frequency of the surname was higher than national average (1:288) in the following autonomous communities:

In Cuba, the frequency of the surname was higher than national average (1:212) in the following provinces:[1]

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