All three character .com names are registered.
All three letter and 3 number names are taken for .net and .org.
A domain name can contain all 26 letters, 10 numbers, and a hyphen (-). You cannot start or end a domain name with a hyphen.
A little known fact is that you CAN have multiple dashes right next to each other. (e.g. domain–names.com) Opened up a few more possibilities? There is one restriction: Double Hyphens in the third and fourth position are not allowed. e.g. XX–XXXXXXXX.com
This allows for IDNs and other encodings.
A domain name can be up to 67 characters long — including the 4 characters used to identify the Top Level Domain (.net, .com or .org).
Here is a report of cost of 3 character domain names for .com .net .org, etc..
There are still 3 character .net and .org domain names.
For .net no LLN.net (letter letter number) or anything with a hyphen is left.
Output: 0 available
There are some available like 8-0.org is available but it is a premium domain $750 onetime fee. =[ Stupid registry premium domains.
This is the best search tool so far: http://www.namestall.com/3-4-letter-domains
Dang it’s $10
Checked all the L-L.org with my script they are all taken.
Found a pretty good check tool here: domize.com/
checking 9-y.org...available checking 9-s-.org... .org : available -- checking 6-v-.org... .org : available checking 6-u-.org... .org : available checking 6-t-.org... .org : available checking 6-q-.org... .org : available
Looks like there are a couple of hyphenated 3 charactor .org domains.
I’m going to buy one.
Looks like there are still LNL LLN and NLL .org domains left.