dashiki.org

A dashiki is a colorful garment from West Africa. The name invokes color and creativity.

diffraction.org

Diffraction describes the bending of waves around obstacles. Diffraction suggests flexibility, technology and seeing things differently.

eider.org

An eider is a large duck, connecting the name with nature, flight and the outdoors. Eider feathers are used for high-quality quilts, suggesting warmth and comfort.

flung.org

Flung - thrown with force. Movement, speed, dynamism.

foji.org

Short, phonetic, memorable.

genji.org

Genji is a character from Japanese folklore.

gnash.org

Gnash - to bite or grind one's teeth. Power, aggression, assertiveness.

kobu.org

A word with many meanings in Japense, including a type of seaweed. I like the way it sounds.

quiff.org

A quiff is most commonly a type of hairstyle. This name is offbeat and stylish.

rosaline.org

Rosaline was Romeo's first love in Shakespeare's play. I think this domain sounds elegant, sophisticated and refined.

scorpionfish.org

The scorpionfish is one of the world's most venomous species. The name invokes power, protection and security.

ululu.org

I don't think ululu means anything at all. I like the sound and the feeling of the word.

gadwall.org

A Gadwall is a type of duck.

kifi.org

Short, punchy.

topknot.org

A topknot is a haircut historically common in Asia. Several species of birds and fish are names for it.

wineberry.org

The wineberry grows all over the world. Fresh, bright, sweet.

tsukimi.org

Tsukimi is a Japanese moon festival

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