Resources from “Hello, My Name is Awesome: How to Create Brand Names That Stick,” by Alexandra Watkins
- thesaurus.com (synonyms)
- images.google.com (images)
- shutterstock.com (stock photos)
- TheFreeDictionary.com (definitions)
- amazon.com (book titles)
- iTunes (song titles)
- ranker.com (movie and song titles)
- phrases.org.uk/phrase-thesaurus (Phrase Thesaurus)
- FantasyNameGenerators.com: More than 1,200 name generators, description generators, and guides. Dig deep.
- IdiomConnection.com: Phrases and idioms neatly categorized by topic, including animals and body parts idioms.
- NameBerry.com: Baby names that can be searched by meaning, such as “Names that mean strength.”
- PowerThesaurus.com: Crowd-sourced associated words, ranked and neatly organized.
- Synonyms.com: Words that mean the same but are different.
- VisualThesaurus.com: For those who think visually, a comprehensive thesaurus and dictionary of more than 145,000 words that you can explore using an interactive map.
- Visuwords.com: A graphical dictionary to view words’ meanings and associations with other words and concepts.
- WordAssociations.net: An associative dictionary, an explanatory dictionary, and a picture dictionary.
- Wordfind.com: Use to find words that start with the same letter. Excellent for making alliterative names.
- WordGameDictionary.com: Use to find short words to help you nab an available domain name.
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