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realm 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Noun
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realms, plural;
  1. A kingdom
    • - the peers of the realm
    • - the defense of the realm
  2. A field or domain of activity or interest
    • - the realm of applied chemistry
  3. A primary biogeographical division of the earth's surface


  1. kingdom: a domain in which something is dominant; "the untroubled kingdom of reason"; "a land of make-believe"; "the rise of the realm of cotton in the south"
  2. kingdom: the domain ruled by a king or queen
  3. region: a knowledge domain that you are interested in or are communicating about; "it was a limited realm of discourse"; "here we enter the region of opinion"; "the realm of the occult"
  4. A realm is a dominion of a monarch or other sovereign ruler.
  5. Realm is an American thrash/progressive metal band from Milwaukee, Wisconsin that formed in 1985.
  6. Realm is a picture magazine available in the United Kingdom. It focuses particularly on sites and topics of interest to tourists from North America, and carries frequent not on the royal family and British government.
  7. The desire realm (Sanskrit kāma-dhātu) is one of three realms (Sanskrit: dhātu, Tibetan: khams) or three worlds (S. triloka) in traditional Buddhist cosmology into which a being wandering in '' may be reborn. The other two are the form realm, (S. rupa-dhātu) and the formless realm (S. ...
  8. Realm was a Canadian magazine that operated from 1998 to 2003. Originally focused on self-employment for twentysomethings, the magazine evolved to cover careers and education. Some companies looked to the magazine to provide insights for recruiting young workers.
  9. Realm is a Super Nintendo Entertainment System platform shooter that takes place in the future. The player controls a young cyborg named Biomech. The object is to defeat enemies with laser weapons and other Space Age guns. ...
  10. World of Warcraft, often referred to as WoW, is a massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) by Blizzard Entertainment, a subsidiary of Activision Blizzard. It is the fourth released game set in the fantasy Warcraft universe, which was first introduced by '' in 1994. ...
  11. An abstract sphere of influence, real or imagined; The domain of a certain abstraction; A territory or state, as ruled by a specific power, and particularly those territories ruled by a king
  12. (Realms) The worlds of "solid" reality within the Tellurian. Earth is referred to as the Realm.
  13. (Realms) (Catalan Communications, 1987)
  14. (Realms) Chaosrealm – Earthrealm – Edenia – Netherealm – Orderrealm – Outworld – Zattera
  15. A network that uses Kerberos, composed of one or more servers called KDCs and a potentially large number of clients.
  16. A unique name given to each protected area on a server, whether it be a single document or an entire server.
  17. A Realm is a component that can access application-specific security data such as users, roles, and permissions. It can be thought of as a security-specific DAO (Data Access Object). ...
  18. noun [George Olshevsky] - A three dimensional hyperplane; an infinite set of points extending in three dimensions. It is the 3d analog of the line (1d), plane (2d), and flune (4d). A realm intersects flune into two parts. See the chart under tetraspace.
  19. a major area of the Earth, with similar physical characteristics, comprised of numerous habitats. Ex.: The abyssal plain of the world's oceans.
  20. (O) Kerberos usage: The domain of authority of a Kerberos server (consisting of an authentication server and a ticket-granting server), including the Kerberized clients and the Kerberized application servers [RFC2828] (see also application, authentication, authority, domain)
  21. The scope of a Kerberos deployment. Specifically, the organization domain for which the KDC is trusted to authenticate principals.
  22. Governed by a King or Queen, the Realm is a place underground where most magic-born, gods, goddesses and First Ones reside.
  23. the region, sphere, or domain within which anything occurs, prevails, or dominates Quote -- "And since there was nothing in the realm of logic or rational thought to explain his being here, the illogic of drunkenness seemed as ready as anything."
  24. A set of rules (policies) defining how the server should handle an authentication or accounting request.
  25. Can be transitive or nontransitive, one- or two-way