A domain name usually consists of two or more parts, separated by dots. For example: "example.am". The “.am” part conveys the TLD (top-level domain).
There are two types of top-level domains - generic and country code:
As mentioned above, ccTLDs are two-letter Internet top-level domains specifically designated for a particular country, sovereign state or autonomous territory. It is important to ensure that you are qualified to register the Country Code TLD of interest. For some, the domain name may be unrestricted, but for most, the ccTLD will require a presence in the country to register the domain name.
.AM ccTLD is used to identify domain names that belong to Armenia and offers a great opportunity for both local and international companies wanting to represent their business in Armenia. .AM domain names also are used for AMerica, AMsterdam and AM broadcasting.
.GE ccTLD is the country code for Georgia. But it is alternatively used for GErmany and the US state of GEorgia as well.