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Dictionary Plurals

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  1. bigal100 United Kingdom

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    Hello,

    I would appreciate any comments or guesstimates on potential value for these dictionary words. Obviously the singular forms would make much nicer brand names, but is there any market for plurals?

    No sites as yet, but are they worth more than the reg fee?

    arrives.co.uk
    chooses.co.uk
    confuses.co.uk

    Thanks in advance!

    Al
     
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  3. doodlebug United Kingdom

    doodlebug Well-Known Member

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    Sorry mate but all of them undev'd are reg fee.

    :rf
     
  4. addz123 United Kingdom

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    I agree reg fee, but it's kind of funny how singular (more "brandable) domains can be worth hundreds of thousands of pounds while the plural can be worth nothing.
     
  5. boxfish United Kingdom

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    These aren't plurals:p
     
  6. bigal100 United Kingdom

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    You are correct of course - but at least the title is short :D

    I guess I'll get my thinking cap on and see what I can do with the domains...
     
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    arrives.co.uk

    would make a nice flight time checker, not sure if theres any api put there for you touse though.

    confuses.co.uk

    screams a puzzle / optical illiusion type site

    i like um'!
     
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