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You can use the following glossary to learn more about the different types of domain names that exist.
NOTE: Not all of the domain name types listed here are available for registration through us.
A top-level domain name (TLD) is the last part of a domain name. For example, in coolexample.com, the TLD is the “.com”. A gTLD is a generic top-level domain name. These are not linked to geographical regions or special authorities. gTLDs are typically used to describe organizations and businesses.
Open TLDs are top-level domain names that are open to the general public for registration.
ccTLDs are country-code top-level domain names. They are two letters long instead of three and are active sometimes even if the country the ccTLD was created to represent no longer exists.