"Royalty" Domain Names For Sale

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Royalty Category Domain Names For Sale

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blogit.org.uk£1,500.00more...
blogzone.co.uk£4000.00more...
bluesmart.net £35,000.00more...
c21st.com £2,000.00 more...
culturecity.net £55,000.00more...
elizabethr.net £20,500.00more...
euflowers.mobi£10000.00more...
euhost.mobi£50,000.00 more...
iconface.com £4,000.00more...
iconwoman.com£14,000.00more...
ifamily.eu £29,000.00more...
ifamily.mobi£42,000.00 more...
lizzie.mobi£200,000.00 more...
myculture.net£30,000.00more...
myuk.mobi£2,000,000.00 more...
statesmart.com£300,000.00 more...
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Regal Domains Category - Information

Royalty Related domain Names

Domain names with a regal flavour. If you are looking for a name for your site regarding Royal events or Queen Elizabeth, past or present, we have the names for you.

Definition of Royalty: • Royalty (plural. royalties) are people of royal blood or status. Royalty is the status or power of a king or queen. Royalties is a sum paid for the use of a patent or to an author or composer for each copy of a work sold or for each public performance.

Royalty may refer to:

  • A royal family (by extension the ruling house of any monarchy, regardless of the title), or one or more of its members.
  • Royalties, the payment made (originally to the licensing crown) for a concession of commercial value (e.g. mining rights) or to the owner of a copyright, patent, trademark or know-how for its use.
  •  royal persons collectively. 
  • royal status, dignity, or power; sovereignty: to be elevated to royalty. 
  •  a person of royal lineage; member of a royal family. 
  •  compensation or portion of the proceeds paid to the owner of a right, as a patent or oil or mineral right, for the use of it. 
  •  an agreed portion of the income from a work paid to its author, composer, etc., usually a percentage of the retail price of each copy sold. 
  •  a royal right, as over minerals, granted by a sovereign to a person or corporation.  Tthe payment made for such a right

 

 

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