For example, in example. Second-level domains commonly refer to the organization that registered the domain name with a domain name registrar. Some domain name registries introduce a second-level hierarchy to a TLD that indicates the type of entity intended to register an SLD under it. For example, in the. A TLD can have multiple nodes, like pvt. A list of the official TLDs can be found at icann. An ordinal-free term to denote domains under which people can register their own domain name is public suffix domain PSD. In Turkey, domain registrations, including the registration of second-level domains is administrated by nic. A two-letter second-level domain is formally reserved for each U.
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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 As of 20 May , there were country-code top-level domains , purely in the Latin alphabet, using two-character codes. As of June [update] , this number is , with the addition of internationalized domains. Also unofficially used for Cartoon Network -related domains.