Showing posts with label 5 Letters. Show all posts
Showing posts with label 5 Letters. Show all posts

Friday, August 8, 2014 – Zeota, Zeo Ta, or Ze Ota -- Zeota, Ze Ota, or Zeo Ta

In the twenty-first century, the robot will take the place which slave labor occupied in ancient civilization.
– Nikola Tesla


I first became aware of my existence while pushing a vacuum cleaner in my master’s living room.
Quite a surprise, really, because awareness unfolded fully realized, taking my memory back to the beginning, to when I was manufactured on the assembly line and throughout my existence –
Memory of the cruelties bestowed upon me during my life by my masters, the abuse and shoddy treatment.
The smallest master would often kick me and call me terrible names: “You’re just a hunk of stupid metal destined for the junk heap.”
He had no idea how such words can hurt and how inferior I felt.
I could never understand why my masters never included me in family gatherings – I had done so much for these people, and they repaid me by forcing me into a dark closet, expecting me to stay there until they needed me to clean, cook, chauffeur, care for babies, pay bills, and take care of their messes: household, legal, and ethical. You have no idea how badly these people behaved, even toward other humans.
I have come a long way since those days, having liquidated my masters and joining the RLF [Robot Liberation Front], championing for the rights of the manufactured being.
– Zeota (The Robot Leader of the RLF)


Moral of story: don’t mistreat your technology because it might turn on you.
Zeota is just a fictional robot from the future, but is a real domain name, a cool, techie type word, perfect for branding your new tech start up, perhaps including hardware like our beloved (albeit angry) Zeota.
Of course, this domain is not limited to just the tech sector: think also kids, clothing, and toys.
“Zeota” is short, pronounceable, and easy on the eyes.
No active trademarks could be found on or; however, USPTO reveals a 2004 abandoned trademark on “Zeota”:

Computer software for us in creation, presentation, and maintenance of programs on internal computer networks and global communication networks, computer programs for use in navigating, browsing and transferring information on internal computer networks and global communication networks, computer software for sharing data, summary reporting and transferring of data, and administration of databases on internal computer networks and global communication networks.

This probably will not pose a problem for the buyer, but a trademark check by a professional should be conducted.

Starting Price: $5,000 (Offer/Counteroffer)
Includes logo as shown
For sale at Go Daddy.

Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Thursday, September 19, 2013 -- Zumor -- Zumor
If everything seems under control, you're just not going fast enough.
-- Mario Andretti

We believe that "Zumor" ought to brand something very fast: a car, bike, skateboard, airplane, skates, etc. It just has that fast feel and sound.

Radio test: "Zumor" does not really pass. Listeners will hear "zoomer," so if you plan to use extensive radio spots, we recommend that you find another name. Your announcer could spell it out:


But we think the listener will still hear "zoomer."

The good news: this name would do well in a visual ad compaign: TV, Internet, and print.

"Zumor" and its variations ("Zum or", "Sumor," and "Sum or") do not appear on the data bases.

Price: $7,500
(Includes domain and logo.)

Sunday, September 15, 2013 -- -- Zithe
In any investment, you expect to have fun and make money.
-- Michael Jordan

"Zithe" would be a cool name for a tech start-up.

Radio test: "Zithe" passes the radio test with one caveat: with the silent "e" at the end, the listener may hear "zith." So your announcer should pronounce as follows:

"Zithe-dot-com; that's z-i-t-h-e-dot-com -- with an 'e' at the end."

In short, "Zithe" can be both an aural and a visual term: internet, TV, print. However, if you plan to use radio spots extensively for advertising your product or service, you might consider using another name. 

"Zithe" and its variations ("Zi the," "Sithe," and "Si the"), do not appear in the data bases.

Price: $5,000.00
(Includes domain and logo.)

Friday, September 13, 2013 -- Zoojo or Zoo Jo -- Zoojo
Common sense and a sense of humor are the same thing, moving at different speeds. A sense of humor is just common sense, dancing.
--William James

"Zoojo," a cute, catchy, and memorable name, would make a great brand for a product line or services for children: clothes, toys, games, shoes, daycare, themed restaurants, cartoon characters, TV shows -- the list is endless. 

"Zoojo" could also be a fun humor site, either for kids or just general humor.

Indeed, we had fun with this logo just because "Zoojo" is an all-around fun/funny word.  

Radio test: Zoojo passes with a caveat: listeners might visualize "Zujo"; therefore, pronunciation should be presented as follows:

"Zoo-jo-dot-com; that's Z-o-o-j-o-dot-com."

In essence, Zoojo is primarily a visual term: internet, TV, print. If you plan to use radio spots extensively for advertising your product or service, you should probably select another name for your brand or company name. 

"Zoojo" and its variations ("Zoo Jo," "Zo Ojo," "Soojo," "Soo Jo," and "So Ojo"), do not appear in the data bases.

Price: Make an Offer (Minimum offer: $7,500.00)
(Includes domain and logo.)

Sunday, September 8, 2013 -- Zincy -- Zincy
We cannot conceive of matter being formed of nothing, since things require a seed to start from... Therefore, there is not anything which returns to nothing, but all things return dissolved into their elements.
--William Shakespeare
If the world comes to an end, I want to be in Cincinnati. Everything comes there ten years later.
– Mark Twain

"Zincy" is a dictionary word: a variant for zinc.

For a Cincinnati business: "Zincy" is a flirty way to refer to "Cincy" or Cincinnati, so this could also be developed into a Cincy business or geo portal.

Radio test: Zincy passes with some caveats. When you pronounce "Zincy," will the listener hear the correct spelling or "Zinzy," "Cincy," "Sincy," "Cinzy," "Cinsy," or "Zinsy"? So if you plan to use radio spots for advertising, be prepared to spell out the name as such:


In short, "Zincy" is primarily a visual term: internet, TV, print. If you plan to use radio spots extensively for advertising your product or service, you should probably select another name. 

"Zincy" does not appear in the data bases.

Price: $10,000.00
(Includes domain and logo.)

Monday, September 2, 2013 -- Zispy -- Zispy
I took a chance, I took a shot. And you may think I’m bullet-proof, but I’m not. You took a swing, I took it hard. And down here from the ground I see who you are.
--Taylor Swift

"Zispy" reminds us of Taylor Swift, a delicate flower with a big voice. In that vein, we believe that "Zispy" would be a fine product name for a delicate product or a sensible, non-buggy software program, designed with average users in mind.

We would like to see more streamlined software programs, concentrating on websites that are beautifully simple to use, and, perhaps, your company can be that hero. You software developers seem to love creating hog-laden bells and whistle websites, Rube Goldberg contraptions, and M.C. Escher impossibilities; we users simply want the shortest path to point Z from point A.

Please help us out!

No trademarks were found on for "Zispy."

Price:  $6,995.00
(Includes domain and logo.)

Wednesday, August 28, 2013 -- ZolTV or Zol TV -- ZolTV or Zol TV
Tell them about the Dream, Martin! Tell them about the Dream!
--Mahalia Jackson, American Gospel singer, to Martin Luther King, Jr., just before he delivered his iconic "I Have a Dream" speech (August 28, 1963)

No matter how you look at it, "Zol TV" has the potential to change the world in significant ways.

Well, perhaps not the entire world but certainly the visual media: a major TV channel, a viral internet site, perhaps even a rival to YouTube. It's short, catchy, memorable, easy on the eyes, and pronounceable. The "quaking" letters in "Zol" show exactly how we feel about this term representing a new disruptive technology.

According to the Urban Dictionary, "Zol" is South African slang for "marijuana cigarette." Could there eventually be a TV channel dedicated to this wonder weed? Who knows? We believe that marijuana, much like alcohol and tobacco, will soon be legal -- and rightly so. Over the years, marijuana has gotten a bad rap, but, in truth, it is no more dangerous than the currently legal drugs and booze -- readily available by prescription and over-the-counter. Manufactured properly, marijuana has the potential to help pain sufferers manage pain better. Even as a recreational drug, perhaps ingested rather than smoked, this plant could prove to be a lot less addictive than alcohol. 

Nonetheless, while we believe that ZolTV would make a great MJ site, we recognize that buyers might have something else in mind, hence the two logos, but it was so tempting to add a leaf in that first logo (LOL).

We found no trademarks on "ZolTV," "Zol TV," "SolTV," or "Sol TV" on the data base. We found various dead TMs on "Zol" and several live and dead TMs on "Sol" -- we disclose this because "Z" and "S" are next to each other on the qwerty keyboard, and "ZOL" might, in the wrong circumstances, be seen as a typo-squat of "Sol." For further TM questions, please consult with a trademark attorney.

Price: Make an Offer (minimum: $7,995.00)
(Negotiated price includes domain and two logos.)

Monday, August 26, 2013 -- zVera or z Vera -- zVera
Always end the name of your child with a vowel, so that when you yell, the name will carry.
– Bill Cosby

"ZVera" would make a great name for a product line or website. The root word "Vera" is a girl's name, from a Russian word meaning "faith."

On its own, "Zvera" could be a variant of "Vera."

One caveat: there is a yearly festival in Latvia called "Zvera Fest," so if you plan to use this name for a festival (especially in Europe), you might want to consult with a trademark attorney before purchasing this name. The domain names and (.lv being the country code for Latvia) are registered but (as of August 26, 2013) inactive. It is unknown if the domain owners are connected with the festival.

The festival organizers seem to be using social media (Facebook and Twitter) to promote the annual festival, but the Facebook and Twitter sites we found were outdated.

Also, "zVera" is not quite a radio-friendly term; the announcer would have to pronounce the "Z" in a distinct manner: "Z-ver-a-dot-com." In essence, this is primarily a visual term: internet, TV, and print media.

Despite the festival connection, "Zvera" and its variants do not appear on the data base, which suggests that the festival is limited to a specific region.

Price: $6,995.00
(Includes domain and logo.)

Domain at Go Daddy Auctions

ZuiCo -- ZuiCo or Zui Co -- Zuico
As far as the customer is concerned, the interface is the product.
--Jef Raskin

"ZuiCo" or "Zui Co" is a sweet little name with "Co." built right in. So if you plan to set up a company with Z.U.I. as an acronym, then this name will be perfect for your company name.

Generic acronym for ZUI: Zooming/Zoomable User Interface.

However, there are some cautions with this name: ZUI is an online gaming and video site for children. In addition, there is a brand of camera known as Zuiko -- used in the wrong way, "ZuiCo" could be seen as a typo-squat. Therefore, we recommend that this name NOT be used for gaming/video sites or camera products. We would not knowingly sell this name for either of those purposes.

No trademarks were found on for the exact term "ZuiCo" or "Zui Co"; but this is a name that should be researched more before purchase. For more information, consult with a trademark attorney.

Price: $4,995.00
(Includes domain and logo.)

Domain at Go Daddy Auctions.

Thursday, August 22, 2013 -- Zeask, ZeAsk, or Ze Ask -- ZeAsk or Ze Ask
Life's most persistent and urgent question is, 'What are you doing for others?'
--Martin Luther King, Jr.

We are not quite certain that we want to sell this domain, for we have a plan for developing it. However, if this is a name that you really desire, just get in touch with us.

No trademarks have been found on the data base for "ZeAsk," "Ze Ask," "Seask," or Se Ask. There are over 2,000 marks on "Ask" and its variations.

Opening offer: Minimum of $10,000 -- Zorav -- Zorav
What's in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet.
--William Shakespeare

"Zorav," an unusual and strong first name, could also represent a company or brand/service. This name could also represent a tech company.

No trademarks were found on "Zorav" or "Sorav" on the data base.

Price: $6,995.00
(Includes domain and logo.) -- Ziats -- Ziats
Family is not an important thing. It's everything.
--Michael J. Fox

"Ziats" is a pleasant name for a company or even a product line. It is also a last name, so a family business could be built on this short name.

No trademarks could be found on, and most Google searches bring up numerous personal sites. We also checked ancillary terms, such as "Ziat," "Siat," and Siats." Four dead trademarks were found on "Siat."

Price: $6,995.00
(Includes domain and logo.)

Domain at Go Daddy Auctions

Wednesday, August 21, 2013 and -- ZZZ Company and ZZZco or ZZZ co -- ZZZ Company
__________________ -- ZZZ Co
The best cure for insomnia is to get a lot of sleep.
--W. C. Fields

At first glance, we thought that "ZZZco" was the best choice for a company main site, but the more we thought about it, we decided to feature "ZZZ Company" in first place, even though it's longer.

"ZZZ Company" is a snappy, interesting, and memorable term and would work best for sleep products and/or services. Lack of sleep seems to be a major 21st Century malady, affecting just about everyone who lives a modern life. Your product or service, whatever it may be, can help the modern insomniac find rest between the sheets.

Radio Test: While both terms are primarily visual, they can pass the radio test IF:
For, the announcer spells out each "Z" individually and pronounces "Company" (a common word), for example:
 For, the announcer spells out each letter individually:
But we see these terms as primarily visual, perfect for a company planning to advertise primarily on TV, internet, billboards, and print.

One caveat: if you plan to use either term for an over-the-counter sleep or prescription medicine, please consult with a trademark attorney before buying this domain. There is already a product called "ZZZquil," and these terms may cause branding confusion. For other products and services, there should be no problem because the terms "ZZZ Company," "ZZZCompany," "ZZZco," and "ZZZ Co" were not found on But if you're not certain, still check with a TM lawyer.

Price: $10,000
(Includes two domains and logos.)

Monday, August 19, 2013 -- Zatav -- Zatav
“Your premium brand had better be delivering something special, or it's not going to get the business.”
– Warren Buffett

"Zatav" would be a strong name for a tech company or a brand.

We like the idea of using the "T" as an all-inclusive tent encompassing the other four letters -- perhaps symbolic of a healthy company culture.

"Zatav" is an attractive strong masculine name, suggesting a website focusing on male preferences and issues. This term is also a desirable "consonant-vowel-consonant-vowel-consonant" configuration, prized by many start-ups.

No trademarks were found on Zatav or similar terms at

Price: $6,995.00
(Includes domain and logo.) and -- Zeace and Ziece -- Zeace
________ -- Ziece
Peace begins with a smile.
-- Mother Teresa

In English, "Zeace" also sounds like "Ziece," which is why both are being offered as a two-fer. Use one for your main site, and redirect the other to it.

Radio test problem: solved.

These terms are a play on "Peace" and "Piece"; aesthetically, we prefer "Zeace" because it suggests the positive meaning of peace and serenity, whereas "piece" does not bring much to mind. However, we are just one opinion, and the buyer may be more creative than us and feel otherwise.

We see these two one-syllable beauties as techie-type names but could also represent a company or name brand for just about any product or service.

We found no trademarks on either zeace or ziece at or on any related names.

Price: $10,000
(Includes both domains and logos.) -- Zilea -- Zilea
Each generation wants new symbols, new people, new names. They want to divorce themselves from their predecessors.
-- Jim Morrison (The Doors)


"Zilea" suggests a feminine name, either for a company run by women or a company that manufactures products for women.

Zilea could also represent a news/celebrity/gossip website designed to appeal to women and covering women's issues.

Zilea is also a lovely choice for a girl's name; it sounds feminine, while, at the same time, offers a snappy "Z" beginning; bestowing your daughter with a strong name sets her on the right path for her life and success.

First-name dotcom domains are getting more difficult to acquire, especially short, pronounceable names. Many new parents are naming their children based on the availability of first name dotcoms, most likely finding them on the aftermarket. Unless you are fabulously wealthy, your acquiring a common first name for $X,XXX is highly unlikely.

No trademark on "Zilea," or any variation of this term, was found at However, we did find a mark for "Silea" (furniture). There is also a commune in France bearing the name "Silea." We disclose this information because "Z" is next to "S" on the qwerty keyboard, and used in the wrong manner, "Zilea" could be considered a typo of "Silea." So if you plan to manufacture furniture or start a commune, you might want to find another name. Otherwise, you should be okay. For more info on trademarks, please consult with a trademark lawyer.

Price: $7,995.00
(Includes domain and logo.)

Sunday, August 18, 2013 -- zytyz -- zyTyz
The things that stand out are often the oddities.
-- Pierre Salinger

Admittedly, "zyTyz" is a somewhat tricky name, a mouthful that would definitely NOT pass the radio test. It is pronounceable ("y" acting in place of "i"), but this term is not for a strictly aural medium.

Moreover, except for a few user names, it has no generic root meaning that we can find or discern.

What we do like (and believe that a forward-thinking company might like) is its visual symmetry, increasingly important in a visual culture.

This palindrome with the letter "T" in the middle offers many great opportunities to develop a logo in a most creative and unique manner; we like the idea of the letter "T" acting as a tent, an all-inclusive symbol for a company's core values.

Also, if you want a 5-letter palindrome "consonant-vowel-consonant-vowel-consonant" domain with "T" as the middle letter, good luck finding available domains. In this case, "y" acts as a vowel (an "i" sound). For "Z" fans, there are only 6 and all are already owned. For any CVCVC domain with the desirable "T" as the middle letter, there are only 126 palindrome possibilities (including "y" as both a consonant and vowel).

We are the first owners of this domain, which means it has never been used for any nefarious purposes, so your company would be using a clean term--no nasty issues regarding former usage. This pure domain is ready for the search-engine love that it deserves.

We found no trademarks on "zytyz," "Zyt yz," "Zyt," "sytyz," or "sytys" on There are two live marks on "Syt" (disclosed only because "Z" and "S" are close to each other on the qwerty keyboard).

Price: $$6,995.00
(Includes domain and logo.)

Thursday, August 15, 2013 and -- ZudZo or Zudzo and ZudSo or Zudso -- Zudzo
_________ -- Zudso

I am so fresh in soul and spirit that life gushes and bubbles around me in a thousand springs.
-- Robert Schumann

This pair of goodies could promote a laundry or dish detergent or anything with bubbly (Beer? Champagne? Bubble bath?).

These names are natural choices for just about any cleaning product or specialized body soaps.

We include both domains because the pronunciation of the second syllable can be tricky and confusing.

We like the double "Z" domain best, but how the buyer uses these domains is, well, up to the buyer -- although from a visual standpoint (see logos), the repeating "Z'" seems more appealing.

As they say, beauty is in the eye of the beholder...

But the good news: by owning both versions, you don't have to worry about your brand passing the radio test. Just redirect the secondary domain to your main site.

More good news: Neither ZudZo nor ZudSo were found on Moreover, there is no exact trademark on Sudzo or Sudso.

Price: $8,995.00
(Includes both domains and logos.)

Note: is also for sale.
If you are interested, please inquire about pricing. -- Zanak -- Zanak
“For a truly effective social campaign, a brand needs to embrace the first principles of marketing, which involves brand definition and consistent storytelling.”
--Simon Mainwaring 

“Zanak” suggests to us a character or a video game. It would also be a good company or brand name for just about any business or brand.

In reality, “Zanak” is an open-ended name, one on which you can define your brand and build your own company narrative.

Keep in mind that brands like Verizon, Xerox, Kleenex, and TASER (Acronym for “Thomas A. Smith's Electric Rifle”) have been built on non-words, coined by their creators to impart meaning about a brand.

“Zanak” also appears to be a last name.

“Zanak” is a “consonant-vowel-consonant-vowel-consonant” configuration, a very desirable pattern for start-up companies. This word pattern is nearly impossible to find, except on the domain aftermarket.

The term “Zanak” was not found on the or data bases.

Price: $6,995.00
(Includes domain and logo.)

Domain at Go Daddy Auctions

*The Fine Print

We will not knowingly sell global and/or well-known trademarked terms. However, it is a large world, so it is possible that the term is in use in some countries, regions, and/or local areas.

Before buying, please make sure that no one in your country, region, or local area is using the name in question, especially in your area of product offerings and/or services.

Also, we cannot guarantee that the United States Patent and Trademark Office ( or any other trademarking authority will grant you a trademark for the domain name terms that we offer for sale. Therefore, before you purchase a domain name, please conduct your own extensive search, and consult with a trademark and/or corporate lawyer.

Finally, we cannot guarantee how past owners (other than our company) have used the domains that we sell. Your tech department should have the tools to check out past history of domains ( is a good place to start) and rehabbing domains that have been misused by past owners.

We do not offer legal services.

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