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domainist

(jargon)domainist - /doh-mayn'ist/ 1. Said of a domain address (as opposed to a bang path) because the part to the right of the "@" specifies a nested series of "domains"; for example, esr@snark.thyrsus.com specifies the machine called snark in the subdomain called thyrsus within the top-level domain called com. See also big-endian.

2. Said of a site, mailer or routing program which knows how to handle domainist addresses.

3. Said of a person (especially a site admin) who prefers domain addressing, supports a domainist mailer, or proselytises for domainist addressing and disdains bang paths. This term is now (1993) semi-obsolete, as most sites have converted.
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Domain
domain address
Domain Analysis
domain architecture
Domain Architecture Model
domain calculus
domain engineering
domain maturity
domain model
domain name
Domain Name Server
Domain Name System
domain selection
Domain Software Engineering Environment
domain theory
domain-specific language
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Domal
Domanial
domatium
dombeya
Dome
Dome-book
Domebook
Domed
domed stadium
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Domesday
Domesday Book
Domesman
Domestic
domestic animal
domestic ass
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