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What is the definition of "drain current (DC) (Silicon limit)" listed in the Absolute Maximum Ratings table?

It indicates the current conduction capability of the silicon chip; it can be used as a guide when comparing different devices. However, the rated maximum drain current should not be allowed to flow to the chip.
In practice, the permissible drain current is limited by the current capability of the device package as well as the maximum channel temperature, safe operating area (SOA) and other performance characteristics of the chip.