What does FQDN mean?

FQDN (Fully Qualified Domain Name):

A complete domain name consisting of a host, the second-level domain, and
the top-level domain. For example, www.some-domain-or-other.ltd.uk is a FQDN. www is the host; some-domain-or-other is the third-level domain; with .ltd.uk is the second level domain, and .uk as the TLD

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