Registry


Registry

Registry may refer to:

In animal breeding:
* Breed registry, a record of the ancestry and ownership of purebred animals

In computing:
* Windows Registry, a database of configuration settings in Microsoft Windows operating systems
* Domain name registry, an organization that manages the registration of top-level internet domain names
* Metadata registry, a location in an organization where metadata definitions are stored and maintained
* Regional Internet registry, an organization overseeing the allocation of Internet number resources in a particular region of the world
** National Internet registry
** Local Internet registry

In gifts:
* Bridal registry, a retailers' plan that allows engaged couples to manage the purchase of wedding gifts
* Honeymoon registry, a service that assists engaged and married couples in financing their honeymoons

In government and law:
* Civil registry, a government record of vital events (e.g. births, deaths, and marriages)
* Land registry, an official record of land ownership
* Registry of Motor Vehicles, or Department of Motor Vehicles, in the U.S., a government agency that administers the registration of automobiles
* Sex offender registry, a system to allow government authorities to keep track of sex offenders
* The Registry, a risk–management tool used by landlords to screen prospective renters
* Registry fee is a postal fee paid to send registered mail.

In health and medicine:
* Cancer registry, a systematic collection of data about cancer and tumor diseases
* Nurse registry, a licensed staffing agency that provides hospitals and individuals with nursing personnel

In other uses:
* Survivor registry, a website where people in an area affected by a terrorist attack can post a message saying they are okay

ee also

* Register (disambiguation)


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  • registry — re‧gis‧try [ˈredʒstri] noun registries PLURALFORM [countable] a place where official records are kept and can be examined by members of the public: • the Trade Marks Registry ˈcompanies ˌregistry [countable usually plural] LAW in Britain and… …   Financial and business terms

  • Registry —   (Registrierung, Registrierdatenbank], eine zentrale hierarchisch aufgebaute Datenbank bei Windows 95, Windows NT und den Folgeversionen, in der die Systemkonfiguration gespeichert ist. Sie enthält Informationen, die vom Betriebssystem während… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • registry — reg·is·try / re jə strē/ n pl tries 1: registration an instrument filed for registry in the conveyance records Louisiana Civil Code 2: the nationality of a ship according to its entry in a register …   Law dictionary

  • Registry — (engl. für „Register“) steht für: Domain Name Registry, eine Organisation, die Internet Domains verwaltet Eine allgemeine Bezeichnung für eine Datenbank oder andere Speicherform in der Computertechnik, die Registrierungszwecken dient, wobei diese …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Registry — Reg is*try (r?j ?s*tr?), n. 1. The act of recording or writing in a register; enrollment; registration. [1913 Webster] 2. The place where a register is kept. [1913 Webster] 3. A record; an account; a register. Sir W. Temple. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • registry — (n.) 1580s, act of registering; see REGISTER (Cf. register) + Y (Cf. y) (1). Meaning book of record is from 1620s …   Etymology dictionary

  • registry — ► NOUN (pl. registries) 1) a place where registers are kept. 2) registration …   English terms dictionary

  • registry — [rej′is trē] n. pl. registries 1. REGISTRATION 2. an office where registers are kept 3. an official record or list; register 4. a certificate showing the nationality of a merchant ship as recorded in an official register …   English World dictionary

  • registry — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ central ▪ a central registry for all applicants ▪ district (BrE), national, regional ▪ land (BrE) …   Collocations dictionary

  • Registry — Although a registry was originally the place (like Registry House in Edinburgh) where information was collected (in registers), the word registry has also come to mean the collection itself. A registry is usually organized so the data can be… …   Medical dictionary


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