They’re not as big, but several applied-for TLD strings get invalid queries.
ICANN is investigating internal names used by corporations and how they might conflict with applied-for top level domains.
.Home and .Corp are frequently among the top 10 queried invalid top level domains, but they aren’t the only ones.
ICANN hosts a page that shows invalid TLD queries. It seems to time out if you expand the timeframe to more than one day, so it’s hard to get a grasp on overall invalid TLD queries.
That said, some TLDs that companies have applied for other than .home and .corp are showing up on today’s list:
.Win – .Wins is listed in a document concerning invalid local names, but .win is popping up on today’s list. I believe it has something to do with Microsoft Windows. A Famous Four company applied for .win.
.Med – this TLD is already facing formal objections filed by the independent objector.
.Ice – there’s a brand application from IntercontinentalExchange, Inc., also known as ICE, for this TLD. Its current URL is TheIce.com.