The domain of science.
An example of domain is the kingdom ruled by a king.
An example of domain is a person's area of expertise, such as mathematics.
An example of a domain is the overall decision point that defines which resources on the network are accessible to a given user and keeps track of login and password information for all users within a set of workgroups in an organization.
An example of a domain is a group of Domain Name Servers, Mail Servers, Print Servers, Internet World Wide Web Servers and FTP Servers.
The domain of history.
Origin of domain
- French domaine blend of Old French demaine (from Late Latin dominicum) Latin dominium property both from dominus lord dem- in Indo-European roots
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition