emarat

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For places in Iran, see Emarat, Iran.
"Emaratlu" redirects here. For the village of that name in Iran, see Emaratlu, Iran.
امارات
Introduced 2010
TLD type Internationalized country code
Status Sunrise Period
Registry .aeDA[1]
Sponsor Telecommunications Regulatory Authority
Intended use Entities connected with  United Arab Emirates
Actual use Getting popular in UAE
Registered domains ~200 (Oct 2010)[2]
Registration restrictions Arabic Script[3]
Documents dotEmarat Domain Name Policy
Dispute policies UAE Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy
DNS name xn--mgbaam7a8h
Website عربي.امارات

The Arabic name امارات, romanized as emarat,[4] is the Internationalized country code top-level domain for the United Arab Emirates.[5] The ASCII name of this domain in the Domain Name System of the Internet is xn--mgbaam7a8h, using the Internationalizing Domain Names in Applications (IDNA) procedure in the translation of the Unicode representation of the script version. The domain was installed in the Domain Name System on 5 May 2010.[6]

The first second-level sub domain is عربي.امارات which is transliterated as arabi.emarat.[4]

The United Arab Emirates is also assigned the country code top-level domain .ae.

The dotEmarat Sunrise Period started from 17 October 2010 for a duration of 2 months ending in 15 December 2010.[7] This period is exclusively for all Registered Trademark owners to apply for a dotEmarat domain name.

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