Top-level domains help users to understand the purpose of that website. For example, .com for commercial, .org for organization, .edu for educational, .us for the United States, etc. You can learn more about top-level domains here, and you can find the list of top-level Internet domains here.

Note: We have 82 other definitions for TLD in our Acronym Attic

Which TLD do you prefer to use in your projects and why? Tell us below.

Answer: When you start to look for buying/selling websites or domain names, probably you will stumble upon this abbreviation. TLD means top-level domain. It refers to the part of a domain name that follows immediately after the dot symbol. As an example, in http://www.buysellwebsites101.com Internet address, .com is the top-level domain name, buysellwebsites101.com is the second-level domain name.

TLD stands for Top Level Domain, ie ccTLD Swedish. There are various abbreviations depending on what type of TLD.

TLCF - TLCM - TLCP - TLCV - TLCX - TLDH - TLDN - TLDNR - TLDR - TLDs