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Old 24th April 2007, 08:57 AM
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Spanish and Portuguese domains

Spanish:

ubicación.net
xn--ubicacin-13a.net
(location, position)

profesión.net
xn--profesin-13a.net
(profession)

transacción.net
xn--transaccin-obb.net
(transaction, deal, trade)

Non-idn (for the native Spanish, are they worth keeping? I have a grace period but it's not going to last for long)

puesto.mobi
puesto.biz
puesto.org

(translation: puesto2 m
1 a (lugar, sitio) place; cada uno que ocupe su puesto (to your) places, everyone!, positions, everyone!; no pudo
ir y me mandó en su puesto she couldn’t go so she sent me in her place
b (en una clasificación) place, position; siempre saca el primer puesto de su clase she always comes top o
(AmE) comes out top of the class
2 (empleo) position, job; tiene un buen puesto en la empresa she has a good position o job in the company; ha
quedado vacante un puesto de mecanógrafa there is now a vacancy for a typist; ¿te salió el puesto en esa
editorial? did you get the job with that publishing company?; no es un puesto fijo it isn’t a permanent job o
position

puesto de trabajo (empleo) job; (Inf) workstation)

predio.mobi
predio.biz

predios.mobi
predios.biz
predios.info

(translation: predio m (esp AmL frml)
a (terreno) piece of land; predios land; en los predios or en el predio de la universidad in the university
grounds, on the university campus
b (local) premises (pl) )

oficio.mobi
oficio.biz

(translation: oficio m
1 a (trabajo) trade; era carpintero de oficio he was a carpenter by trade; aprender un oficio to learn a trade; ser
del oficio (fam) to be a hooker (sl), to be on the game (BrE colloq); Þgajes
b (experiencia, habilidad adquirida): un actor con mucho oficio an experienced o accomplished actor; sin oficio
ni beneficio: un vago sin oficio ni beneficio a lazy bum (AmE colloq), a good-for-nothing layabout (BrE)
2 a (comunicación oficial) official letter; despachar or mandar un oficio to send an official letter; tamaño oficio
(Col, CS) foolscap
b (Der) de oficio court-appointed (before n); un abogado de oficio a court-appointed counsel, a lawyer
appointed by the court
3 (Relig) service, office; los oficios de Semana Santa the Holy Week services o offices; Þsanto1

oficio de difuntos mass o office for the dead

4 (Arquit) utility room)

efectos.mobi
efectos.biz

efecto.mobi

(translation: efecto m
1 (resultado, consecuencia) effect; el castigo surtió efecto the punishment had the desired effect; las medidas
no han producido el efecto deseado (frml) the measures have not had the desired effect; un calmante de
efecto inmediato a fast-acting painkiller; ya ha empezado a hacerle efecto la anestesia the anesthetic has
begun to work o to take effect; bajo los efectos del alcohol under the influence of alcohol; medidas para
paliar los efectos de la sequía measures to alleviate the effects of the drought; la operación se llevó a
efecto con gran rapidez (frml) the operation was carried out extremely swiftly; de efecto retardado ‹
bomba/mecanismo › delayed-action (before n); soy de efectos retardados (hum) I’m a bit slow on the uptake
(hum)

efecto bumerán: puede tener un efecto bumerán it may boomerang o backfire
efecto invernadero greenhouse effect
efecto óptico optical illusion
efecto retroactivo: la ley no tendrá efecto retroactivo the law will not be retroactive o retrospective; el
aumento se aplicará con efecto retroactivo the increase will be backdated
efecto secundario side effect
efectos especiales mpl special effects (pl)
efectos sonoros mpl sound effects (pl)

a (Fin) (valores) bill of exchange, draft; efectos negociables commercial paper
b efectos mpl (frml) (de un comercio) stock; (de un local) contents (pl) )

Portuguese:

ofício.com
ofício.net
ofício.info
ofício.biz

prédio.net
prédio.biz
prédio.info

Thx for your time and input.
Grts Dutch

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Old 24th April 2007, 09:11 AM
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Re: Spanish and Portuguese domains

It depends on what you want with the domains.

Spanish .nets for the most part will not receive much traffic, but have potential end-user value.


Portuguese idns are useless. Better off spending that money in the pub. But, if you are not convinced I am more than happy to sell you prédio.com to complete your useless collection
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Re: Spanish and Portuguese domains

thx,

are they so bad, Portuguese idn's? :p
And in the future? or to much interest for .com.br?
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Re: Spanish and Portuguese domains

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Portuguese idns are useless. Better off spending that money in the pub. But, if you are not convinced I am more than happy to sell you prédio.com to complete your useless collection
I am Portuguese. I have many Portuguese IDNs. Portuguese secundary market for domains is almost non-existant. Only one to two years ago, it was the same for the Spanish secundary market. In the last year only, 5 or 6 blogs and two Spanish forums for domainers appeared and that created the market. I expect that to happen soon to Portuguese domain market also.

In the meanwhile, many of my parked Portuguese IDNs pay for themselves.
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Re: Spanish and Portuguese domains

Only problem for portuguese gTLD IDN's is that com.br is dominant in Brasil.
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