A domain-specific language domain is one that’s specifically designed for a particular domain.
The best-known example is the National Geographic domain, which is a free, public domain video domain.
Another example is Domain-Specific Language Domain.
This domain is a domain specific language (DSL), meaning that it only has one meaning and that meaning is different from the meaning of other domains.
The National Geographic DNS also uses a domain-relative URL scheme.
These two DNS domains have a different meaning for a reason.
The NSLD also contains a list of the top-level domain names in the world.
It is possible to use NSLDs for research purposes, such as in domain-aware projects.
You can find the NSLD’s full list of domain-related resources at https://www.nsld.gov/.
You can also see the NSL in action by visiting NSLD-DNS.org, a site dedicated to the NSGL.
NSLDDNS domain-search: NSLD domains to browse.
NSGL domain-history: The history of NSLD.
NSL domain-names: NSGL domains to explore.
How to use domain-based DNS: Learn about domain-level DNS.