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The title pretty much says it all. What I have is a word, say 'frak', and a country code top-level domain and I'd like to search all the domains in that ccTLD in hopes of finding the site I'm looking for.

My Google search skills, which I am pretty proud of, haven't turned up anything useful.

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closed as off topic by Sathya, random Aug 15 '10 at 1:31

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This is not an answer to your query, but I recommend using for saving links that you may want to find again in the future. – paradroid Aug 14 '10 at 17:52
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allinurl: frak ccTLD

Googling that should narrow down the list.

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I selected this answer even though the others are also great because it solves the problem with a single operator and is thus more elegant. That you all, tho. – dandan78 Aug 14 '10 at 22:31

you can use the search parameter "inurl" for a Google search, for example:

inurl:frak inurl:.<tld>

This looks in the whole URL, including folder and page names too, not just in the domain name, but could be a start

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You can search in the url, so your best guess is to use


as a lot of whois and DNS registrars don't allow to search through their domains.

You would have to find a site which explicitly stores domain names...

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