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roshaneingram says

What are some ways that you guys come up with names for your themes. So many names I think of are already taken. And I don’t think it’s a good idea to name a theme after something that’s already out there.

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ZERGE says

Is it a problem? :)

Sometimes it’s the first word that comes to mind, sometimes it’s a transliteration of words from my native language.

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roshaneingram says

Is it a problem? :) Sometimes it’s the first word that comes to mind, sometimes it’s a transliteration of words from my native language.

so doesn’t really matter if it makes sense then

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guuthemes says

All sorts of strange ways. Most of the time you just see a glimpse of a word an go with that. Me, personally, I had a theme called Hanna, named after my daughter, where the theme was used by a singer in the UK called Kate Nash, hence the name of one of my themes being called Nash. And Kula, because I liked Adobe Kuler, and did a slight tweak of that name!!

:)

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Bedros says

Just read “The Lord of The Rings” and you’re done ;)

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pezflash says

I don’t think names matter, in fact i love successful themes with names like Theme 01, Theme 02… :)

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ChillThemes says

I just browse a dictionary and look at antonyms, synonyms, etc. Just try to think of something out of the ordinary and put a “hip” spin on it.

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guuthemes says

Just read “The Lord of The Rings” and you’re done ;)

Good point. Or Star Wars films? Or would Disney and Lucas sue you!! ;)

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Bedros says


Just read “The Lord of The Rings” and you’re done ;)
Good point. Or Star Wars films? Or would Disney and Lucas sue you!!! ;)

There is only one StarWars movie, and it was directed by the Great Irvin Kershner :)

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roshaneingram says

All sorts of strange ways. Most of the time you just see a glimpse of a word an go with that. Me, personally, I had a theme called Hanna, named after my daughter, where the theme was used by a singer in the UK called Kate Nash, hence the name of one of my themes being called Nash. And Kula, because I liked Adobe Kuler, and did a slight tweak of that name!! :)

I like this. there’s a real meaning behind all of them.

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