Labeled as question in Domain Beginners, started by huwenbin, Jul 30, 2021
Does falshlight is a wrong word? spell wrong
it should be flashlight? Please help
The correct spelling is 'flashlight'. The other spelling makes no sense in the English language.
This is another word for torch.
As mentioned by @Reddstagg ...its flashlight
Maybe you could sell it someone dyslexic (cheap joke, I'm being silly)
do not find the answer. do not know the word right or wrong.
So here is what I did and you could do in the future if you really want to get this figured out.
I highlighted each word, 'bultery' and 'cigarlet' then right clicked on the word when it was highlighted and chose the option to 'search google for xxx'
bultery is not a word and the only references are bulldog/terrior dog mixes, which I'm sure isn't a massive market.
cigarlet immediately brought up a trademark for a company that sells mini cigars (I think). So not a real word, but a trademarked brand name.
You could do the same for any word. If it is a dictionary word, then you would have seen entries for online dictionaries that give the definition, etc. If it is a common word, then you'd see tons of entries all about the meaning and uses.
Thanks very much!
Buy an English dictionary, then you can check out all these misspellings yourself
I find the meaning in English-Chinese translator, looks it's wrong
Last time I checked, Google was still alive and kicking! 😶
@huwenbin Online translators aren't entirely accurate
This tool is handy for English spellings: Spell checker – grammar and spell check in English - Reverso
It is going to be really hard to invest in English words, without a very strong grasp of the language.
These type of terms are either obscure words, or not words at all. Regardless, they really have no value.
I think you probably need to do a little more research and learning first. I would just ignore the handregged single word market. It is a money pit.
falshlight is not english word, it's an invented product name.
it's also an intentional typo (an ugly one for that matter) of flashlight.
name has zero sales value as far as domaining is concerned
First search result for this term in quotes is again Alibaba/AliExpress. That's often a good indication not to register the term. Note: I'm using Google and I'm based in the Netherlands. Things may show differently in other countries.
Falsh could be a brand ……
Sorry, but just no. You're not correct.
The term is clearly misspelt, but curious about your assertion above. Can you elaborate?
Sure, here is more context:
Thanks FS. Very interesting.
If English is this difficult for you then you may be better off with investing
In domains in your language.
I register these domains using a database which others use. can't believe so many mistakes. I only want to confirm does it can be accepted by yours. or can be used like this
Most domains are available for a reason.
Brad, how would you know whether it's a bad reason?
I recently hand registered what I think is a good if not great .com domain. I only googled it later. Has been dropped in 2008 (when the main term didn't exist yet - tech related) and again in 2018. Seems like it never existed as a website.
What more can be done?
The market today in short .com domains is in invented brandables. Short 5 to 8 characters. But even there you have to be careful and do your due diligence. Radio test, avoid confusion with words and existing brands. And additionally how the domain sounds, does it evoke a certain emotion, can it have negative connotations in some language, can the hearer be able to spell it easily, does it have the appearance of a misspelling or an authoritative brand, etc, etc, etc.
Separate names with a comma.