Demesne vs. Domain

Demesne vs. Domain — Is There a Difference?

Difference Between Demesne and Domain

Demesnenoun

(Law) Possession and use of one's own land.

Domainnoun

A territory over which rule or control is exercised.

Demesnenoun

Manorial land retained for the private use of a feudal lord.

Domainnoun

A sphere of activity, influence, or knowledge

the domain of history.

Demesnenoun

The grounds belonging to a mansion or country house.

Domainnoun

The set of all possible values of an independent variable of a function.

Demesnenoun

An extensive piece of landed property; an estate.

Domainnoun

An open connected set that contains at least one point.

Demesnenoun

A district; a territory.

Domainnoun

(Computers)A group of networked computers that share a common communications address.

Demesnenoun

A realm; a domain.

Domainnoun

(Physics)Any of numerous contiguous regions in a ferromagnetic material in which the direction of spontaneous magnetization is uniform and different from that in neighboring regions.

Demesnenoun

A lord’s chief manor place, with that part of the lands belonging thereto which has not been granted out in tenancy; a house, and the land adjoining, kept for the proprietor’s own use.

Domainnoun

(Biology)Any of three primary divisions of organisms, consisting of the eukaryotes, bacteria, and archaea, that rank above a kingdom in taxonomic systems based on similarities of DNA sequences.

Demesnenoun

A region or area; a domain.

Domainnoun

(Law)The land of one with paramount title and absolute ownership.

Demesnenoun

extensive landed property (especially in the country) retained by the owner for his own use;

the family owned a large estate on Long Island

Domainnoun

A geographic area owned or controlled by a single person or organization.

The king ruled his domain harshly.

Demesnenoun

territory over which rule or control is exercised;

his domain extended into Europehe made it the law of the land

Domainnoun

A field or sphere of activity, influence or expertise.

Dealing with complaints isn't really my domain: get in touch with customer services.His domain is English history.

Domainnoun

A group of related items, topics, or subjects.

Domainnoun

(mathematics) The set of all possible mathematical entities (points) where a given function is defined.

Domainnoun

The set of input (argument) values for which a function is defined.

Domainnoun

(mathematics) A ring with no zero divisors; that is, in which no product of nonzero elements is zero.

integral domain

Domainnoun

An open and connected set in some topology. For example, the interval (0,1) as a subset of the real numbers.

Domainnoun

Any DNS domain name, particularly one which has been delegated and has become representative of the delegated domain name and its subdomains.

Domainnoun

A collection of DNS or DNS-like domain names consisting of a delegated domain name and all its subdomains.

Domainnoun

(computing) A collection of information having to do with a domain, the computers named in the domain, and the network on which the computers named in the domain reside.

Domainnoun

(computing) The collection of computers identified by a domain's domain names.

Domainnoun

(physics) A small region of a magnetic material with a consistent magnetization direction.

Domainnoun

(computing) Such a region used as a data storage element in a bubble memory.

Domainnoun

(data processing) A form of technical metadata that represent the type of a data item, its characteristics, name, and usage.

Domainnoun

(taxonomy) The highest rank in the classification of organisms, above kingdom; in the three-domain system, one of the taxa Bacteria, Archaea, or Eukaryota.

Domainnoun

(biochemistry) A folded section of a protein molecule that has a discrete function.

Domainnoun

a particular environment or walk of life;

his social sphere is limitedit was a closed area of employmenthe's out of my orbit

Domainnoun

territory over which rule or control is exercised;

his domain extended into Europehe made it the law of the land

Domainnoun

the set of values of the independent variable for which a function is defined

Domainnoun

people in general; especially a distinctive group of people with some shared interest;

the Western world

Domainnoun

a knowledge domain that you are interested in or are communicating about;

it was a limited domain of discoursehere we enter the region of opinionthe realm of the occult