There are about 7 million short names (up to 5 letters) and practically infinite long names (5 to 10 letters). Nevertheless, all these names have basic structures in common, which are essential for naming.
Below we have compiled the most important ones for you. There is more to naming than meets the eye...
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The intrinsic, literal meaning of a word, excluding all shadings and overtones. While various connotations of 'journey' were listed above, the denotation is 'to go from one place to another'.
A word that actually describes the product to be identified. It is usually used in conjunction with an imaginative, accidental, or suggestive name. Example: 'Ricola cough drops' (where 'Ricola' is the artificial name and 'cough drop' is the descriptor).
Any suffix indicating littleness, youth, familiarity, or affectation (in German usually by the suffix -lein, -i, -le, -erl, -l, -ei).
The probability that a given name will stand out in the flow of normal speech. It thus functions phonetically-structurally differently from common words in a language. Examples: 'Yahoo!', 'ROCR' (Motorola cell phone model).
A harsh or incongruous combination of tones. Many Central Europeans perceive Slavic languages as dissonant, stemming from the unfamiliar tones of consonant combinations. Example 1: 'Krk' (Croatian island) Example 2: 'Kremlin' (originally for citadel as center of ancient Russian cities; today for political center of Russia).
A pair of words that share a common origin, but which have both acquired different shades of meaning over time.