The <dt> element defines a description term or a name in a description list. This element contains inline data.
This element is used only as a child element of the <dl> tag.
The <dt> element is used along with the <dd> tag.
In HTML4.01 it was used to define an item in a definition list, however, in HTML5 it defines a term or a name in description lists.
The <dt> element comes in pairs. The content must be written between opening (<dt>) and closing (</dt>) elements.
<html> <body> <dl> <dt>Ararat-Shirak</dt> <dd>Armenian Premier League Game</dd> <dt>Dorians</dt> <dd>Concert</dd> </dl> </body> </html>
The <dt> tag uses the Global Attributes.