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I'd like to start a company, looking for a name of it. I figured out will use a noun + "and go", because it suggests that it's easy and fast, but I'm not sure the name works as I may think.

Does noun with and go understandable? i.e. "table and go" or "apple and go". What does it mean for you exactly?

Thank you all!

  • yep, but pickup is verb, but with noun? laptop and go for example? – Lajos Feb 13 '17 at 9:16
  • Ah, yes, you're right. – Teacher KSHuang Feb 13 '17 at 10:37
  • Ah, yes, you're right. In which case, I'd say, yes, it's fine. As long as you don't mind the word sounding like a verb because of the context, I think it's OK. But if you don't mind, do you mind letting us know the word you plan on using? Perhaps by PM if you don't want to publicize it. – Teacher KSHuang Feb 13 '17 at 10:52
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I don't think it makes sense to have a noun + and go combination. Even in your example Table and go, the table kind of becomes a verb. Unless you want it to appear odd and to stand out in that manner. But then, you can use just any noun - James and go , Earth and go etc.

(Hope I got your question right)

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