Labeled as debate in IDN and Emoji Domain Discussion, started by Michael Ehrhardt, Oct 28, 2019
my best so far is :
Glückskekse.com ( XN--GLCKSKEKSE-BEB.COM )
its german and means Fortune Cookies
Michael, I've never had an IDN domain because I'm not sure of the result, why did you choose the IDN version of Glückskekse and not the one without special characters ? I do not know German so I can't imagine what a native Geman can understand from a German word with no special characters.
Do you think it would be preferable, when possible, to have both versions ?
we speak usually with idn characters
some words are meaningless without
simple example is : öl ( oil ) also written oel
we grown up with them
i also got Müllabfuhr.com ( pick up the trash )
thank you, I suppose this means the very often (always ?) it is not correct to register domains in German language without using idn characters when required. In your experience do you think non German people can anyway appreciate both solutions, or not ? German seems not to be an easy language but, to tell the truth, the problem to decide if register the domain with or without special characters is common for many other languages (spanish, portuguese....)and the final choice is not easy.
there are some very good idn sales in Germany
Gartenmöbel.de way over 100.000.-Euro and more
de armbänder.de 2010 13.500 EUR
I like the IDN-Emoji style hybrid Glyphs such as this
Mine is probably الكويت.com, which is Kuwait in Arabic
dài ( dai )带
kuān ( kuan )宽
dàikuān ( daikuan ) 带宽
Glyphs IDN’s are beautiful
Do you think it’s a problem to mix a German word with the .com?
it,s a great one
No problem, a nice domain, congrats
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