(Sax. From dom, judgment, and bee, boc, a book.) Dome-bookor doom-book. A name given among the Saxons to a code of laws. Several of the Saxonkings published dombocs, but the most important one was that attributed to Alfred.Crabb, Com. Law, 7. This is sometimes confounded with the celebrated Domesday-Book. See DOME-BOOK, DOMES- DAY.

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