Naming is not easy. Coming up with a catchy name for a product, company or domain can be a real challenge. It is like looking for a needle in a haystack: the right name should sound good, must not be already used by someone else, should have the potential to become a brand, and preferably with as little Google search results as possible.
Wordoid.com is a webapp that strives to help you invent a good name. It makes up new words. Automagically. It knows how to create words in English or Spanish. It even knows how to create words in an imaginary language, constructed by blending two or more real languages together.
It is simple to use
Just choose one or more languages, select the preferred quality level, type in a fragment you would like the wordoids to contain, and press Create.
Wordoids are words that are made-up, but sound right. They follow the rules of phonetics, and if done properly, roll off the tongue. The need to have an online presence has increased the need for unique product and company names and has led to these wordoids. Yet, even with a made-up name, it’s important for the name to convey something about what the product or business actually is.Jason Clarke at DownloadSquad.com
This is a jewel of a web app. I may sound a little over zealous here, but it’s primarily due to the fact that I’ve been scouring my brain over recent weeks for a unique name for a small project I’m working on, but to no avail, I’m still struggling. Within about 10 minutes of using Wordoid, I’d found the perfect name and I’m delighted with it.Ziad Muhmood Kane at TheNextWeb.com
Sure, the Oxford thesaurus is gonna be great when it comes out. But what happens when the bounds of existing English past and present are simply not enough?Robin Sloan at SnarkMarket.com
These days, it sometimes seems as though every good domain is already taken. Rather than settle for a less common extension or shell out big bucks for a parked domain, why not get creative? Wordoid is a free tool that lets you do just that.InternetBlog.org.uk
The rules when picking the name for a new business are deeply ingrained in common sense. Basically, you must pick a name which has two main characteristics: being short and being catchy. A short name ensures that people will not only remember it effortlessly, but will be also capable of recommending it through word of mouth.Roger Hollings at KillerStartups.com
Wordoid is a site which attempts to solve a common problem faced by almost everyone who is going to start a firm or a website/blog — finding a name which is unique and whose domain is available.MakeUseOf.com
The biggest issue associated to starting up a business is getting the right name, which at times appears to be a much more difficult task. Wordoid, a web startup, helps you with finding catchy name for your service/site by auto-creating new words.Sardar Mohkim Khan at StartupMeme.com
Wordoid.com is recommended to anyone who needs to create a name for a product, website, domain or other thing. The site works very well and is actually quite sophisticated. The results are some very interesting words, some of which actually convey a new idea.AppAppeal.com
Sometimes giving something a name can be the hardest thing in the entire world. Take a look at all the successful business around you and look at their names. They all mean nothing! Esso and Texaco being a few good examples. If you’re starting a blog, website or multinational company having a name that means nothing can be one of your most important assets.Crenk.com
Languages. Select one language to get wordoids constructed according to the rules of that language. Select two or more to blend the tastes of several languages.
No language is selected! Please select at least one of them!
Quality. Quality level defines how wordoids look, sound and feel. The higher it is, the more they resemble the natural words of the selected languages.
Pattern. Wordoids may begin with, end with or contain a short fragment. Enter something, or leave the field empty to create completely random wordoids.
Pattern is not valid! Please check that it contains only letters from “a” to “z”, and is at most 10 letters long! Also, it should be shorter than the maximum length of the wordoids.
Length. Set the maximum length of the wordoids. Short wordoids tend to look better than long ones.
Domain names. Choose whether to show or hide wordoids with both .com and .net domain names unavailable.