Domainr helps you explore the entire domain name space beyond the ubiquitous and crowded, .com, .net and .org. Inspired by jish.nu, burri.to and del.icio.us. When you type a search term into Domainr, you’ll see all the different possible domain names it creates. You’ll also see generic domains like .com, .net and .org. If you’re looking for a non-Latin internationalized domain name, you can enter characters with accents or other diacritics, and even scripts such as Arabic, Hebrew, Chinese, Japanese and Hindi
[advt]Domainr checks DNS to see if a domain name is available. Because different domains put information into their DNS entries in different ways, sometimes Domainr can’t know their exact availability. It also shows whether a domain name is possible to register different domains have their own restrictions for things like minimum domain length, top-level register ability, and International character support.
It links to registrars and NICs for every domain, including both top-level and second-level domains. After you click on a search result, you’ll see links to registrars that process domain registrations.