Definitions for "Suffix"
A letter, letters, syllable, or syllables added or appended to the end of a word or a root to modify the meaning; a postfix.
A subscript mark, number, or letter. See Subscript, a.
To add or annex to the end, as a letter or syllable to a word; to append.
Keywords:  realg, mpg, realmedia, mov, asx
last part of a file name that indicates the type of file. The common online media suffixes are: GIF image .gif JPEG image .jpg MPEG video .mpg MPEG layer-3 audio .mp3 PNG image .png QuickTime .mov RealMedia/RealG2 .rm RealAudio .ra Real metafile .ram Video for Windows .avi Windows Media .asf Windows Media ASX .asx
The last part of a domain that can be used to identify the type of organization or location of a site.
The last part of a class or ID name, distinguishing the class or element from others in the same navigation object (in the case of ID elements) or of the same navigation type (in the case of class elements).
a node of your directory tree associated with a particular database
A distinguished name that identifies the top entry in a locally held directory hierarchy. Because of the relative naming scheme used in Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP), this suffix applies to every other entry within that directory hierarchy. A directory server can have multiple suffixes, each identifying a locally held directory hierarchy.
The name of the entry at the top of the directory tree, below which data is stored. Multiple suffixes are possible within the same directory. Each database only has one suffix.
Keywords:  alpha, stamped, usage, etched, engine
Two or three character alpha code stamped or etched into an engine block which identifies usage. Also called the Broadcast Code.
Alpha stamping into engine which identifies engine usage.
Keywords:  mil, int, edu, gov, military
The three digit suffix of a domain can be used to identify the type of organization. Possible "Suffixes" are: .com = Commercial .edu = Educational .int = International .gov = Government .mil = Military .net = Network .org = Organization
Keywords:  nanp, telephone, last, according, four
The last four digits of a telephone number, according to the NANP (see also).
an inseparable form that cannot be used alone but that carries an indication of quality, action, or relation
a character assigned to a reference marker number and physical post when it is physically moved in the field or its location changes
Numeric value that identifies a specific provider and or address assigned within our provider database.
Keywords:  location
suffix for location.
Keywords:  domain, level, top, see
See Top-Level Domain.