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.li is the Internet country code top-level domain (ccTLD) for Liechtenstein. It was created in 1993. The domain is sponsored and administered by the Hochschule Liechtenstein (University of Applied Sciences of Liechtenstein) in Vaduz, but domain names with the extension can also be registered with SWITCH, administrator of Switzerland's .ch ccTLD. There are no requirements to apply for the extension. Registrations of internationalized domain names have been accepted since March 2004.

Long Island Usage

Many Long Island, New York organizations and companies have adopted the .li TLD as a domain hack.

Swiss usage

In addition to Switzerland being geographically adjacent to Liechtenstein, "li" on the end of a noun in Swiss German is commonly used as a diminutive. This is widespread, notable with Muesli (the diminutive of Mus, or "puree"), and even shows up in family names, such as the well-known chocolate manufacturer "Spruengli" (or "Spr√ľngli"), now a part of Lindt. Due to this vernacular usage, many Swiss companies register an additional or alternative .li domain for their businesses and services.

Russian Usage

In Russian, -li is a verbal ending of Past tense Plural form. That is why some Russian-oriented sites use it as a part of the site name with the verbal stem before the dot, like...
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