Labeled as showcase in "Short" Domain Discussion started by PHILIPPE RAVEL, Mar 9, 2019.
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I don't understand your comment.
Are you suggesting me to keep my domains and not to sell them ?
It's a genitive singular of hemd, which is German for shirt.
Roooo / . / com
Generally German speakers use the term "Hemden"
Had a feeling from my research that it wasn't the correct term. Appreciate that you told me that. I still figure that it could be decent for branding purposes, so I will probably keep it.
Yes, there's value in Hemds/com for sure. You can create words in German too. Suggest a WIPO trademark search for "hemds" it seems you have an opportunity to create a new brand name. There's a lot of value in hemd-related domains ending .com, .ch, .at and .de. Shirts are commonly sold for fashion, business and tradition in those countries (Switzerland, Austria, Germany) and people pay a lot of money for good quality shirts.
nice set of 5 letter domains, and also nice graphics to go with your domains guys.
great, and other +152k pronounceable and still available L5 domains waiting to be regged .
Lol show me one
lol gladly would pick one for you from that list, just tell me first letter and which pattern CVCVC or VCVCV...
Only 5 Letter (Very Short, Brandable, Memorable) Domains:
* Aixal * Aptcy * Aptvy
* Difso * Doinq / DoinQ * Duxys
* Ergly * Ergso
* Logcy * LuxQu
* McAux * McBlu * McNov * McOrb * McVia * MrJit
* Novcy * Nuowl
* Oleyt * Optcy * Outvy * Owlot
* Qraun * Qroun
* TecQu * TierQ
* UpAux * UpErg * Upfic * UpNat * Upnis
* Yualy * Yuark
Separate names with a comma.