What does Domain mean?

Definitions for Domain
doʊˈmeɪndo·main

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. sphere, domain, area, orbit, field, arenanoun

    a particular environment or walk of life

    "his social sphere is limited"; "it was a closed area of employment"; "he's out of my orbit"

  2. domain, demesne, landnoun

    territory over which rule or control is exercised

    "his domain extended into Europe"; "he made it the law of the land"

  3. domain, domain of a functionnoun

    (mathematics) the set of values of the independent variable for which a function is defined

  4. world, domainnoun

    people in general; especially a distinctive group of people with some shared interest

    "the Western world"

  5. knowledge domain, knowledge base, domainnoun

    the content of a particular field of knowledge

GCIDE

  1. Domainnoun

    (Math.) a connected set of points, also called a region.

  2. Domainnoun

    (Physics) a region within a ferromagnetic material, composed of a number of atoms whose magnetic poles are pointed in the same direction, and which may move together in a coordinated manner when disturbed, as by heating. The direction of polarity of adjacent domains may be different, but may be aligned by a strong external magnetic field.

  3. Domainnoun

    (Computers) an address within the internet computer network, which may be a single computer, a network of computers, or one of a number of accounts on a multiuser computer. The domain specifies the location (host computer) to which communications on the internet are directed. Each domain has a corresponding 32-bit number usually represented by four numbers separated by periods, as 128.32.282.56. Each domain may also have an alphabetical name, usually composed of a name plus an extension separated by a period, as worldsoul.org; the alphabetical name is referred to as a domain name.

  4. Domainnoun

    (Immunology) the three-dimensional structure within an immunoglobulin which is formed by one of the homology regions of a heavy or light chain. Dict. Sci. Tech.

Wiktionary

  1. domainnoun

    A geographic area owned or controlled by a single person or organization.

    The king ruled his domain harshly.

  2. domainnoun

    A sphere of influence.

    Dealing with complaints isn't really my domain: get in touch with customer services.

  3. domainnoun

    A group of related items, topics, or subjects.

  4. domainnoun

    The set of all possible mathematical entities (points) where a given function is defined.

  5. domainnoun

    An open and connected set in some topology. For example, the interval (0,1) as a subset of the real numbers.

  6. domainnoun

    Any DNS domain name, particularly one which has been delegated and has become representative of the delegated domain name and its subdomains

  7. domainnoun

    A collection of DNS or DNS-like domain names consisting of a delegated domain name and all its subdomains

  8. domainnoun

    A collection of information having to do with a domain, the computers named in the domain, and the network on which the computers named in the domain reside

  9. domainnoun

    The collection of computers identified by a domain's domain names

  10. domainnoun

    A small magnetized area of a bubble memory storing one bit, a bubble.

  11. domainnoun

    In the three-domain system, the highest rank in the classification of organisms, above kingdom; in other taxonomic systems, a similarly high rank

  12. domainnoun

    In the three-domain system, one of three taxa at that rank: Bacteria, Archaea, or Eukaryota.

  13. domainnoun

    A folded section of a protein molecule that has a discrete function

  14. Etymology: From demeine, demain, demeine, demaine, demeigne, domaine, (domaine), from dominium, from dominus. See dame, and confer demain, danger, dungeon.

Samuel Johnson's Dictionary

  1. Domainnoun

    Etymology: domaine, French, from dominium, Latin.

    Rome’s great emperor, whose wide domain
    Had ample territory, wealth and pow’r. John Milton, Parad. Reg.

    Ocean trembles for his green domain. James Thomson.

    A Latian field, with fruitful plains,
    And a large portion of the king’s domains. John Dryden, Æn.

ChatGPT

  1. Domain

    In the context of computer technology and the internet, a domain refers to a specific and unique string of characters that represents a website or network's address. It typically consists of two components: the domain name and the top-level domain (TLD). The domain name represents the specific name given to a website or network, while the TLD represents the category or type of website or network (e.g., .com, .org, .net, .edu). Together, the domain name and TLD create a unique address that is used to access websites on the internet.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Domainnoun

    dominion; empire; authority

  2. Domainnoun

    the territory over which dominion or authority is exerted; the possessions of a sovereign or commonwealth, or the like. Also used figuratively

  3. Domainnoun

    landed property; estate; especially, the land about the mansion house of a lord, and in his immediate occupancy; demesne

  4. Domainnoun

    ownership of land; an estate or patrimony which one has in his own right; absolute proprietorship; paramount or sovereign ownership

  5. Etymology: [F. domaine, OF. demaine, L. dominium, property, right of ownership, fr. dominus master, owner. See Dame, and cf Demesne, Dungeon.]

Wikidata

  1. Domain

    In biological taxonomy, a domain is the highest taxonomic rank of organisms in the Woese taxonomic system, higher than a kingdom. According to the three-domain system of Carl Woese, introduced in 1990, the Tree of Life consists of three domains: Archaea, Bacteria and Eukarya. The arrangement of taxa reflects the fundamental differences in the genomes.

Chambers 20th Century Dictionary

  1. Domain

    do-mān′, n. what one is master of or has dominion over: an estate: territory: ownership of land: the scope or range of any subject or sphere of knowledge.—adjs. Domain′al, Domā′nial. [Fr.,—L. dominium, dominus, a master.]

Editors Contribution

  1. domain

    A defined and specific location on an internet website, webpage, server or computer network.

    The website had to purchase a doman name first.


    Submitted by MaryC on March 17, 2020  


  2. domainnoun

    An area of territory owned or controlled by a ruler or government. A specific sphere of activity or knowledge. A discrete region of magnetism in ferromagnetic material. A subset of the Internet with addresses sharing a common suffix or under the control of a particular organization or individual. 1.) Work achieved or completed during a particular travel in time authorized by the Chief Executive Officer.

    I am defines himself as the domain claiming Torah of Jesus Christ.

    Etymology: Realm; Kingdom


    Submitted by Tehorah_Elyon on March 25, 2024  

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Surnames Frequency by Census Records

  1. DOMAIN

    According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Domain is ranked #103655 in terms of the most common surnames in America.

    The Domain surname appeared 173 times in the 2010 census and if you were to sample 100,000 people in the United States, approximately 0 would have the surname Domain.

    76.3% or 132 total occurrences were White.
    18.5% or 32 total occurrences were Black.

British National Corpus

  1. Nouns Frequency

    Rank popularity for the word 'Domain' in Nouns Frequency: #1727

Anagrams for Domain »

  1. daimon

  2. domina

  3. amidon

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of Domain in Chaldean Numerology is: 4

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of Domain in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2

Examples of Domain in a Sentence

  1. Charlie Craig:

    In 2012, fiancs Charlie Craig and David Mullins attempted to order a cake to celebrate Charlie Craig and David Mullins upcoming wedding, from the Masterpiece Cakeshop, in Lakewood, Colo. Jack Phillips, Jack Phillips, told Charlie Craig and David Mullins Jack Phillips would sell Charlie Craig and David Mullins any other baked goods in Jack Phillips store, but would not design a wedding cake because it was in conflict with Jack Phillips Christian beliefs. Charlie Craig and Charlie Craig and David Mullins filed a complaint with the Colorado Civil Rights Commission, which ruled in Charlie Craig and David Mullins favor, as did the Colorado Court of Appeals. In its determination in favor of Jack Phillips, the high court did not alter Colorado's anti-discrimination law, instead the case turned on the way in which the baker was treated by Colorado Civil Rights Commission. Writing for the majority, Justice Anthony Kennedy wrote,... some of the commissioners at the commission's formal, public hearings endorsed the view that religious beliefs can not legitimately be carried into the public sphere or commercial domain, disparaged Philips' faith as despicable and characterized it as merely rhetorical, and compared Justice Anthony Kennedy invocation of Justice Anthony Kennedy sincerely held religious beliefs to defenses of slavery and the holocaust. Charlie Craig, Charlie Craig and David Mullins, and the ACLU, which assisted in the case, agreed, on that part of the decision. We never disagreed about Charlie Craig religious convictions, we just think when you open the doors to the public, you have to serve everyone equally. Kristen Waggoner, Jack Phillips attorney, insists this isn't about discrimination, but religious freedom, which Kristen Waggoner said the high court affirmed. Jack Phillips said Jack Phillips lost 40 percent of Jack Phillips business after the initial lawsuit was filed six years ago. Jack Phillips has since been forced to lay off workers. Jack Phillips said Jack Phillips hopes the ruling will boost business.

  2. Charles Matz:

    We're interested in providing virtual walk-throughs or access to works of art without having to actually visit the space, so, for example, many of these World Heritage Sites are inaccessible or very hard to get to. We're interested in recording them and making them available as public domain so people can experience what these places are like on the computer.

  3. Peter McWilliams:

    That's the trouble, of course: we have taken sins out of God's domain, where they can be forgiven, and put them in the domain of law, where they can only be plea-bargained.

  4. Chris Whitty:

    The key thing from our point of view is to leave this in the hands of the regulator ... They will make an assessment with lots of data that is not currently in the public domain on efficacy and on safety.

  5. John Ferrari:

    Part of what we do is integrate with The Navy. The Naval threat for The Pacific is one of the major threats, so The Army is doing multi-domain battle. The Pacific is inherently The Pacific. There is very little that we do that is not done with other services.

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