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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Name of a natural or fictitious person, often the original inventor of an offering. Example 1: 'Goodyear' (tire manufacturer named after inventor Charles Goodyear, who invented rubber vulcanization) Example 2: 'Dunlop' (tire manufacturer named after physician and inventor of the balloon tire, John Boyd Dunlop).
The neural switch that contradicts the usual, which is responsible for certain names triggering higher memorability in the listener's memory. Such memorable names cause specific engrams. Example: monster.com (Internet job platform)
The adaptation of a word of one language into the use of another. For example, the Japanese word 'tsunami' is transported into German and English. Borrowings usually follow the logic of the origin, the respective competence or the spirit of the time (for example, often use of French names for culinary, English for electronics). Examples 1: 'Cordon Bleu' (breaded cutlet filled with cheese and ham) Examples 2: 'Walkman' (portable music player)
Ein Name, der von einer Person abgeleitet ist, ungeachtet dessen, ob es sich dabei um eine fiktive, mysteriöse oder legendäre Persönlichkeit handelt. Beispiele: 'Barbie', 'Betty Bossi'
The practice of non-standard spelling to achieve a desired effect or to protect a non-protectable word modified as a name. This practice is very common, especially in English. Example: 'Cingular' (am. telecom provider), modified spelling of 'singular'.
A euphemistic substitute for a term deemed offensive or inappropriate. Examples: 'refreshing fleece' instead of 'toilet paper', 'housekeeper' instead of 'cleaning lady'.
A soft, full tone without meaning that is phonetically positive. Example: 'Aramis' (fictional character in Rene d'Herblay novella 'The Three Musketeers'; later also perfume brand).