Cute names use the meaning and visual interpretation of their component words to create their cuteness, but the really exceptional names use the sound of the words to enhance the impact of the name.
The most common phonetic naming strategy used is called alliteration, where two or more words starting with the same alphabet and sound are used to produce a name that has a repetitive effect and a slight rhyme at times when it is pronounced.
Cartoon Character Names use Alliteration
One of the best examples of cute alliterative names may be observed from some of Disney’s cartoon characters, such as Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Minnie Mouse and Daisy Duck.
Although they may be taken for granted as naturally sounding good when we hear them, a lot of thought will have been put into ensuring that cartoon names are cute and appealing to children.
Further examples of alliterative names of popular cartoon characters are Fred Flintstone, Bugs Bunny, Roger Rabbit, Mighty Mouse, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, Peter Pan and Pink Panther.
Cute Concept, Meaning and Sound
You can’t go wrong by striving for an alliterative name for your blog. It may limit the choice of words you can use and make it harder to find a name, but once you succeed in combining two (or more) words appropriately, you can be assured that it will definitely sound good and be packed full of meaning.
Do note that you do not need the words starting with the same letter to be consecutive. In other words, a name like ‘Bob the Builder’ uses alliteration to produce a great sounding name even though the word ‘the’ in the middle does not start with the letter ‘b’.
Instead of adding a ‘the’ which appears to break the alliteration and makes the name longer as well, a name such as ‘Bob the Builder’ could be called ‘Builder Bob’ too, but sometimes, it’s just a matter of preference, how certain names sound when individual words are combined and the particular emphasis that a name creator wishes to place.
How to Create a Cute Personal Blog Name
Make a list of all the words that describe the cute qualities of you or your blog’s content.
For example, you may be a ‘bubbly’ character who is called ‘blondie’ and you’re known to be a ‘babbling buffoon’ by some of your friends, while others feel you resemble ‘Blossom’ and buzz like a ‘bumble bee’ at times.
Once you’ve written down an extensive collection of cute words that may be suitable for your blog name, its time to get creative by combining the words that start with the same letter. If you don’t think buffoon is particularly flattering, and are proud of your blonde locks, you could choose ‘Bubbly Blondie’ or ‘Babbling Blonde’.
As you can see, it’s actually quite easy. Only you will know what’s cute about yourself and the kind of name you want for your blog. The key thing is to identify the core list of component keywords first, as the whole process is relatively straightforward once you’ve got a lot of great words to work with.