Brandable Names Have Roots

Brandable Names Have Roots  Brandable Names Have Roots

Now you might be thinking that we’re joking but we’re not and not only do Brandable names have roots but brandable domains have roots in more than one way.

The first way brandables have roots is that they often have Greek or Latin “roots” or origins to their names.  Take for instance Avoxx.com, Gyvox.com and VoxGeo.com; they all have the root word of “vox” and even “geo” in their names.

“Vox” is Latin for voice so any of these would be great for an audio music company, equipment company, speakers or anything you would want to bring a voice too.  Even the word “Geo” has a meaning.  This “Geo” comes from the Greek and means “Earth.”  So “VoxGeo” really means “voice” and “earth” and would be perfect for any company what wants to bring a voice to the earth or even a “green” company that has something to do with sound, music or anything you want to bring a voice to.

That is the first way brandable domains and company names have roots, the second way is it that they are a fresh young saplings waiting to be planted and grow roots into and industry and get huge.

We’ve spoken in the past about how brandable names can be just about anything you want them to be (Why Get a Brandable Domain Name and Great Reasons To Get a Brandable Domain Name), and that brandables can grow into something huge.

Brandables are ready to grow, grow and grow into an industry, just about any industry you need them to grow into.  As your business grows a brandable company name can grow right along with it.  Like roots brandables domains can grow into just about any direction and industry and can expand or contract as needed; that’s the beauty of not being nailed into a constricting or defining name.

We hope that we were able to express to how brandable names and domain names are like roots and we hope that you have some great ideas to put these brandables to work for.

If you have any questions about brandable domains or our selection of brandable domain names please let us know by using our Contact Us page or posting it below, we would love to answer it and if you have a question, chances are that others do as well so let’s have it!

12 comments for “Brandable Names Have Roots

  1. August 20, 2012 at 9:11 am

    That’s really interesting about the Greek and Latin roots but do you think that anyone would get what they meant? Do you think it is too high brow for a small business?

    • admin
      September 7, 2012 at 11:16 am

      Thanks for your comment. I think quite a few people will know what the Greek or Latin word in your company name will mean. Most importantly you’ll know what it means and you can play on it as well. If you went with the domain name with Latin origin like “Voxxe.com” you’ll know that “Vox” means voice in Latin and you can play it up. Give the company name a tag line like “giving a voice to the needy” or “Voxxe, Bring Out Your Inner Voice.”

      There are lot’s and lots of ways you can play with the words and remember if you are doing business online, may foreign people will know what you’re doing with your company name, Latin is the base of many languages.

  2. Michael
    August 28, 2012 at 5:25 pm

    That’s pretty cool. I just read your other blog about the expandable brandable domain names and I guess as long as you stay within the same business then the domain name or company name will work.

    I love the idea of getting a brandable business name.

    • admin
      September 17, 2012 at 4:03 pm

      Thanks for your comment. Your statement about having to keep your company within just one industry is not exactly true. If you are a large consortium of companies a brandable domain name will work well for you as well or even an umbrella company with multiple divisions underneath.

      Don’t under estimate the amazing brandable domain name!

  3. September 26, 2012 at 7:42 pm

    That’s really cool. I guess all of my high school Latin is going to come in handy; and I thought I was just preparing for collage! Neat article though.

    • admin
      October 16, 2012 at 10:13 am

      Thanks for your comment and remember there is no such thing as useless learning and while yes learning Greek or Latin will help with your SAT’s and get you into a better college or university, you’ll be surprised how it will help you in the rest of your life. There is quite a few members of our team that have either studied Latin or grew up speaking Greek and now find themselves coming up with amazing company names.

      See how many of our domains names have Greek or Latin origins on our main page!

  4. Mikey
    October 5, 2012 at 8:49 pm

    I guess some of these brandables do have meaning.

    • admin
      December 13, 2012 at 7:53 am

      Thanks for your comment and yes, some of these brandable domain names do have a “meaning” but they are not too specific and limiting. Like the example of “GyGeo” where “Geo” is Latin for Earth, you can do just about anything with that. You could use earth as a reference that your “earth friendly” or maybe you actually do something in the earth, like garden or construction.

      While yes some of the brandable domain names do have meaning, they are not limited to or so specific that they are limited by that meaning! Thanks for the great comment.

  5. Brad Lukes
    October 8, 2012 at 8:39 pm

    I guess I better start paying more attention to what some of these names mean.

    • admin
      February 8, 2013 at 11:58 am

      Yes and no. While yes some of these great brandable domain names have some roots and do have some “meaning” to them, and we think they would work great in the industry they are based in, they are just cool and can stand alone. Like “vox” is Latin for voice, that domain name can be just about anything, music, pharmaceutical, political whatever.

      Just because they have some meaning, does not necessarily mean that anyone needs to know what that is exactly. Thanks for your comment and please let us know if we can help you get a domain name for your business.

  6. October 14, 2012 at 10:36 pm

    Beautiful. Company names have great meaning when the word itself has great meaning!

    • admin
      November 13, 2012 at 12:43 pm

      Thanks, we really love the brandable domain names that “have” meaning. We put have in quotes only because some have meaning in the form of roots. Some of the brandable domain names in our catalog have the words “Geo” or Earth in Greek and “Vox” or Latin for voice and there are many other great examples.

      There are more and please we would love if you tell us if you can find more, kind of brandable domain name scavenger hunt. Thanks for your comment and we look forward to seeing your list of root names!

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