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    Hi
    i need help from english native speakers, what do you think about serfe.com for a web design company?
    my native lenguage is the spanish, and in this lenguage the name is ok, but serf in english is "a person who is bound to the land and owned by the feudal lord "
    i dont know if this gives a bad impression to english native speackers

    what do you think!?

    please, help me
    iŽll apreciate any suggestion

    thanks, regards

    Federico

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    hello federico,

    very interesting domain name.. I was thinking of Surf for that kind of word but then I'm not sure if it (serfe) is catchy enough..
    http://WICKEDINNOVATIONS .com
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    is that your real name or your business' name?
    well serfe or "serf" could also mean "helper" or "slave", if this is what you want to project with your domain name, you can just put captions or a nice slogan to make it objective & possitive to those would see them
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    Quote Originally Posted by jazz77
    is that your real name or your business' name?
    well serfe or "serf" could also mean "helper" or "slave", if this is what you want to project with your domain name, you can just put captions or a nice slogan to make it objective & possitive to those would see them
    it pretend to be the business' name
    but i donŽt kwow hoy it interpreted by english native speakers

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    I would say it's neutral, I do not get bad vibes from it, and it's definitely good you're doing more research than the people from Chevy Nova.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DCScene
    I would say it's neutral, I do not get bad vibes from it, and it's definitely good you're doing more research than the people from Chevy Nova.
    ja, chevy nova (chevy "daes not go" if we traslate to spanish) a clear example of what i am trying to avoid

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    Nah, serfe sounds good. People who connect serfe to serf are probably being smarta**es :-P Remember, serfdom ended a good while ago, so this is naught but a fading history lesson.


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