A TLD, short for top-level domain, is the last segment of a domain name — the part that comes after the final dot. The most common example is. TLD is the acronym used for top-level domain.
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The following lists of generic and geographic top-level domains show the top-level domains TLDs that you can use to register domains with Amazon Route You can register a domain with Route 53 if the TLD is included on the following lists. If the TLD isn't included, you can't register the domain with Route You can transfer a domain to Route 53 if the TLD is included on the following lists. If the TLD isn't included, you can't transfer the domain to Route For most TLDs, you need to get an authorization code from the current registrar to transfer a domain.
As of April [update] , their root domain contains top-level domains. That also includes 68 that are not assigned revoked , 8 that are retired and 11 test domains. IANA distinguishes the following groups of top-level domains: . Seven generic top-level domains were created early in the development of the Internet, and predate the creation of ICANN in