Flamingoes is the Plural of a Top Iconic Animal, Flamingo
Flamingoes is an absolute rare gem of a brand! If you ask people what are the animals they can remember first, many will have flamingoes in their list. Including plural forms, there are probably under 200 possible brands with such a broad appeal and positive perception. The brand is also very versatile and can cover any type of product or business, just like other popular animals and plants. Think Apple and computers, for example, or Caterpillar and the heavy machinery. It can be anything you want it to be. Extra bonus meaning associations: “flame” for passion and energy, “go” for motion, movement, activity, travel, action, initiative.
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Length – Excellent
“Flamingoes” contains 10 letters and 3 syllables. Examples of popular 3 syllable names include Burlington, Amazon
Domain Age – Excellent
This domain has been continuously registered since 2002! Older domains might have an advantage when ranking in search engines and generally indicate higher value brands.
Domain Extension – Excellent
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About Flamingoes, Origin of the Word, Definition.
Flamingoes or Flamingos are both acceptable plural forms for Flamingo, an iconic beautiful bird.
The name “flamingo” originates from Portuguese and Spanish flamengo, which means flame-colored. Flamengo, in turn, of Provençal word flamenc from flama for “flame” and Germanic suffix -ing with the meaning of “flame-like”
Flamingoes are any of several large aquatic birds (family Phoenicopteridae) with long legs and neck, webbed feet, a broad lamellate bill resembling a duck bill, but abruptly bent downward in a boomerang shape, and usually rosy-white plumage with scarlet wing coverts and black wing quills.
Six existing flamingo species are recognized by most sources, currently placed in two genera.
Flamingoes are big birds with the height and wingspan reaching almost 150 cm (5 feet).