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Business names


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Acapulco

Categorized into:
Beach snack bar names, Business names, Native american names

Acapulco is a Native american business name for a beach snack bar.

It is a Mexican city known internationally as a tourist destination.

This name derives from the Nahuatl words “acat” (plant of reed), “poloa” (destroy) and “co” (place ‘) . Its meaning is “place where the reeds were destroyed”.

Categorized into: place names.

Active Learning

Actual

Categorized into:
Business names, Clothes shop names, English names

Actual is an English business name for clothes shop. Meaning “present”.

Actuel

Categorized into:
Business names, Clothes shop names, French names

Actuel is a French business name for clothes shop. Meaning “current“.

Ad Hoc

Categorized into:
Business names, Latin names, Law firm names

Ad Hoc is a Latin business name for law firm. It literally means “for this”.

It is used to describe a specific solution to a particular problem and, therefore, not usable in other propositions.

Aegis

Categorized into:
Business names, Greek names, Security company names

Aegis is a Greek business name for a security company. Meaning “vigilant”.

Name of the shield of Zeus and the armor of Athena, considered as symbols of invulnerability in Ancient Greece.

By extension, it also means “protection, defense”.

Categorized into: Mythologic names.

Agave

Categorized into:
Business names, Mexican restaurant names, Restaurant names, Spanish names

Agave is a Spanish business name for a Mexican restaurant.

Native Mexican plant from which pulque, mezcal and tequila is made.

Also known as maguey, pita, pitera or sisal.

Agua

Categorized into:
Beach snack bar names, Business names, Spanish names

Agua is a Spanish business name for a beach snack bar. Meaning “water”.

Ajua

Categorized into:
Business names, Mexican restaurant names, Restaurant names, Spanish names

Ajua is a Spanish business name for a Mexican restaurant.

Jubilant expression used in Mexican corridos. Equivalent to “hurrah!”