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domain (s) (noun), domains (pl)
1. An area of activity over which somebody has control.
2. Territory ruled by a government or a leader.
3. An area of land owned and controlled by a person, family, or organization.
4. In law, rights relating to the ownership of land.
5. In computerese, domain name, the sequence of words, phrases, abbreviations, or characters that identifies a specific computer or network on the internet and serves as its address.
7. Etymology: from Latin dominium, "right of ownership, dominion"; from dominus, "a lord"; "a territory under one government or ruler; supreme ownership".
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