I need an single awesome word for following features -

For these features -

  • the group of person or objects filled with lots of energy
  • source of unstoppable energy
  • the one who start with great effort and lots of potential
  • the person with lots of potential and lots of unstoppable energy, enthusiasm

For Blog -

  • Blog with major fields like technology, entertainment, Web development, designing, affiliate
  • Forum feature
  • trustful and reliable

You can suggest any words you feel. Words can be in German, Italian, French, English, Spanish language only.

It will be much better if the word is same in both the language with same meaning i.e English and home language.

Example - A word with same meaning

Fiancé - French Word

Fiance - English Word

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  • So, all you need to do is become engaged to someone with a lot of energy. – Hot Licks Feb 17 '16 at 20:04
  • Are you looking for a word for each group (features & blog) or as many words as bullets? – Graffito Feb 17 '16 at 20:38
  • @Graffito No. I am looking for a word for each group. Not per bullet. – Mahesh Yadav Feb 18 '16 at 2:47
  • @Hot Licks Yes. You can say that. I want this name for my company. I want to feel it from the name of company that it has unstopped flow of energy, enthusiasm, lots of potential and talent. – Mahesh Yadav Feb 18 '16 at 2:50
  • For features, *high spirits" may fit. – Graffito Feb 18 '16 at 22:43

for "features" request: a person who is filled with apparently-boundless energy can be referred to as a dynamo.

for "blog" request: those "major fields" cover rather a lot of ground; it won't be easy to find a single word that conveys so much meaning, but modern or cosmopolitan might be a direction to start in.

English is pretty amenable to chop-shopping with stems from Greek, Latin, and other parent languages, so you could try that as well... two examples are technodyne ( combining roots of "art / skill " + "power" ) or dynatron ( combining roots of "power" + "instrument" ).

if you want to get really nerdy with it, you can do some punning; for example, a blog focusing on Web development could be named "The Go-GETter's OutPOST". :-D

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