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  • snark
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    Good one, Quark. I too like Franny’s Lone Star Belly, though perhaps like this: Lone Starbelly (like Dr. Seuss’ Starbelly Snitches) or Lonestar Belly.

    snark
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    Another winner, Quark. I’d go with Punchdrunk. Pefect! Also, take a look at this thread, which also has some great quasi-fitness apparel names that could work for you: New name for a retro Motocross inspired Men’s Jogging Suit line.

    snark
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    Oh that’s good, Quark. Asia Vu it is, if you can get it (not already in use).

    snark
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    Judith — please provide more information about the brand positioning. See item #3 in ProTips on the How To Use the Wordlab Forum topic: When you post a project, add as many relevant details as possible. This will help all members of the community to get inspired and offer better suggestions for you. Instead of a vague, generic subject line like, “I need a name,” be more specific: “Name for a new hickory smoked BBQ salmon filet product.” Then, in the body of your post, talk about the Brand Positioning of your company, product, or service — what is the big picture story you want this brand to tell to the world, and what is the unique tone and personality to best do that with? By clarifying the goals of your brand to the Wordlab community, you will also clarify what you are doing to yourself. Pithy tagline: Introduce your brand to others to better know it yourself.

    Big Day

    Main Event

    Golden Knot

    Amazing

    In The Moment

    snark
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    Fanny

    Fannery

    Spacetoast

    Chewie

    snark
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    Nice work, Franny — keep up the good work!

    Suntech — please provide more information about the brand positioning. See item #3 in ProTips on the How To Use the Wordlab Forum topic: When you post a project, add as many relevant details as possible. This will help all members of the community to get inspired and offer better suggestions for you. Instead of a vague, generic subject line like, “I need a name,” be more specific: “Name for a new hickory smoked BBQ salmon filet product.” Then, in the body of your post, talk about the Brand Positioning of your company, product, or service — what is the big picture story you want this brand to tell to the world, and what is the unique tone and personality to best do that with? By clarifying the goals of your brand to the Wordlab community, you will also clarify what you are doing to yourself. Pithy tagline: Introduce your brand to others to better know it yourself.

    Some very different ideas:

    Dark Star

    Giants

    Swizzle

    Neutrino

    Blur

    snark
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    Unfortunately, most brands in that space use the same language, so very little following that pattern is likely to be available, and very little is likely to be memorable.

    Fitter
    Fitty
    Fits & Starts
    Running Start
    Excelsior
    Zoom

    snark
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    Free Range Mice
    Mice au Naturel
    Nice For Mice
    Habitat For Micenamity
    Mousetopia

    snark
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    Orient Express
    Mango Manga
    The Asian Nerd Collective
    Goggles
    Proton Beam
    Neutrino Alert

    snark
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    LoveWorks
    Coupling
    You&Me
    Two Of Us
    Loving Spirit
    One Heart
    LoveLight
    Shine On
    We Not Me
    First Mate
    Helpmate
    Lean On
    Lean On Me
    We Are Love

    snark
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    That’s a good one, Quark!

    Trabuco
    El Toro Y
    Clemente
    Junipero
    Old Mission
    Roller
    Scrapheap

    I still like Bronson for this.

    snark
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    Destiny
    Weevil
    Swirl
    Twirl
    Fresh Hair
    Sweet Pea
    Locksbox
    Fresh Locks
    Locks ‘N Roll
    Hair Apparent

    snark
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    Fanamaniac
    Fanimal
    Fanimalia
    Fanugeek
    Fangible
    Fanglorious
    Fan Cave
    Nerdgasm
    Nerdio
    Showboat
    Game On!
    Fandamental
    Fancy
    Dollop

    snark
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    It would be helpful if you could provide more details about the product and about the brand positioning. What kind of story or emotion do you want to convey? What is the personality? Is it subtle or in-your-face, shy and retiring or bold, demure or outrageous?

    Fickle
    Bombshell
    Sway
    Rollick
    Swoon
    Swizzle
    Meander
    Typhoon
    Deep

    snark
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    Love it. Here are some ideas, which you already had, but just perhaps didn’t realize it 😉 :

    Elsinore (not only OC, but Hamlet’s castle!)
    Bronson
    Machismo
    McQueen
    Stuntman
    Moto
    Supercross
    Fédération
    Lettieri
    Sideburn
    Devil May Care
    Attitude
    Heaven
    Temescal Wash
    Majestic
    Santa Ana
    Range
    Chrome
    Woodcut
    Woodcut & Chrome
    Rustic
    Muscular
    Glamis
    Imperial
    Mountbatten
    Gainsboro Gray
    International

    Since Alexander McQueen was a famous fashion designer, you can’t go there. But Bronson would be perfect for this men’s apparel brand. Just the right vibe. See the motorcycle chase scene in his 1972 classic, The Mechanic:

    Perfect for these retro jogging suits!

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