Definition of makdom in English:

makdom

noun

Orkney, Scottish
rare
  • Form, shape; bodily stature or appearance; elegant form, shapeliness, comeliness. Also (occasionally) concrete.

Origin

Late 15th century; earliest use found in Hary (c1440–c1492), poet. Probably from make + -dom.

Pronunciation

makdom

/ˈmakdəm/