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I have read concise and epistle discussions on whether it is possible to hand reg a dictionary word domain name or not.

Well! Personally, I am of the opinion that it is very much possible in some ways. Could be via Hand reg, drop catch, auction and many more.

There are many instances where real dictionary words could expire without being caught by the big guys or even deleted.

Some are Rare, Popular, Obsolete, etc but be rest assured that real word domain names can still be handregged. Have you ever thought of new words been invented and added to the dictionary in the nearest future? Such words could be in your archive.

Did you get any?

Kindly showcase your Real Dictionary Word Domain Names in TLD (.com , .net , .co , .org, .io)

I would go first by showcasing some of mine.

Coralloid in .com



Tympanums in .com



Garrulously in .com



Uncomprehending in .com



Inviolably in .com



Approbated in .com
 
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Hello, Thank you!
Thank you for making it easier to read

however, on the subject of dictionary words

sure you can probably hand reg or catch one that falls thru the cracks of backorder platforms....

but for dictionary category as it relates to buying and reselling domains,
then those names that do fall or are available to register.... are so for a reason.

that reason being,
that every other domainer eyeball, that eyeballs pending delete domains, will have seen it and decided not to tag it.

if you can't brand it and/or it has no commercial usage potential
then how can you monetize it.

most such words are rarely used in everyday conversations
and at best, explaining what they mean, would be only useful purpose for having them.

all that being said... i don't have any dictionary words

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Thank you for making it easier to read

however, on the subject of dictionary words

sure you can probably hand reg or catch one that falls thru the cracks of backorder platforms....

but for dictionary category as it relates to buying and reselling domains,
then those names that do fall or are available to register.... are so for a reason.

that reason being,
that every other domainer eyeball, that eyeballs pending delete domains, will have seen it and decided not to tag it.

if you can't brand it and/or it has no commercial usage potential
then how can you monetize it.

most such words are rarely used in everyday conversations
and at best, explaining what they mean, would be only useful purpose for having them.

all that being said... i don't have any dictionary words

:)


imo...
Thanks for your candid opinion. I agree with your submissions on the commercial usage of the names. However, things change and words evolve.