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All Languages and supported IDN Extensions

IDNs with Latin extensions
are colored gold: .com

Full IDN extensions are colored
white with red lettering: امارات.


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Internationalized Domain Names, or IDNs, are internet domain names that are specialized to include characters that are displayed in scripts specific to the alphabet of a certain language. An example of this would be Cyrillic characters in a Russian domain name.

Technically speaking, these alphabets of non-ASCII characters are stored in the DNS as ASCII strings using punycode transcription. What this means, is that while previously domain names were limited to the use of standard ASCII characters, the development of the IDNA system to standardize translation of non-ASCII characters allows supporting software such as web browsers to recognize them.

This new development is very useful for site owners to connect with their target audience and establish credibility by creating a web address that is native to the language in which they operate. No longer are they limited to the English alphabet. All that is necessary is to register the punycode version of the IDN domain name you would like. After that, your users will simply enter the IDN name you have created and the punycode translation will resolve the correct domain.

There are some limitations to this system, however. It is important that you understand the IDN rules listed below to be sure you secure the best name possible for you domain.

IDN Rules

To be successfully registered, an IDN domain name must obey the following rules:

  • the "A-label" must be valid according to the IDNA2008 rules. We will test this by decoding the A-label to a UTF-8 string, and then re-encoding. If the re-encoded string matches the original string, this test is passed.
  • the "U-label" must contain at least the minimum number of characters. The minimum number varies depending on the domain extension and the registrar, but is normally 3.
  • the A-label must be a valid domain name in its own right (ie length and composition rules for ASCII domain names must also successfully be passed).
  • the U-label must not contain more than the maximum number of characters. This is 63 characters but may vary depending on the domain extension and the registrar.
  • the U-label must be wholly composed of characters from one of the IDN tables associated with the domain extension.
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