Definition of Trade name

1. Noun. A name given to a product or service.

Exact synonyms: Brand, Brand Name, Marque
Examples of language type: Kinetoscope, Lidocaine, Xylocaine, Polaroid, Tampax, K-dur 20, K-lor, K-lyte, Kaochlor, Klorvess, Potash Muriate, Potassium Chloride, Potassium Muriate, Simoniz, Achromycin, Acrilan, Activase, Acular, Adrenalin, Advil, Agene, Aldactone, Aldomet, Alkeran, Altace, Alupent, Ansaid, Antabuse, Antivert, Arava, Argyrol, Aristocort, Aristopak, Atabrine, Atarax, Ativan, Atromid-s, Atrovent, Aureomycin, Baycol, Bayer, Bendopa, Blocadren, Brevibloc, Brocadopa, Butazolidin, Calan, Carafate, Cardizem, Cataflam, Catapres, Cefobid, Celebrex, Chlor-trimeton, Cialis, Cipro, Claforan, Clinoril, Clomid, Corgard, Coricidin, Cortef, Cortone Acetate, Coumadin, Cuprimine, Dalmane, Daricon, Darvon, Daypro, Decadron, Declomycin, Deltasone, Demerol, Depokene, Desyrel, Dexamethasone Intensol, Dexedrine, Dexone, Diabeta, Dilantin, Dilaudid, Diuril, Dolobid, Dopastat, Doriden, Dramamine, Durabolin, Dynapen, E-mycin, Edecrin, Elixophyllin, Emeside, Empirin, Enbrel, Enkaid, Equanil, Ergotrate Maleate, Erythrocin, Esidrix, Estronol, Ethocaine, Ethrane, Ethril, Feldene, Flagyl, Flaxedil, Flexeril, Fortaz, Fulvicin, Gantrisin, Garamycin, Gemonil, Glucophage, Glucotrol, Halcion, Haldol, Hemofil, Hexadrol, Humulin, Hyazyme, Hydrocortone, Hydrodiuril, Hyperstat, Hytrin, Ilosone, Imavate, Inderal, Indocin, Inocor, Intropin, Isoptin, Isordil, Isuprel, Kabolin, Kantrex, Kavrin, Keflex, Keflin, Keftab, Kemadrin, Kenalog, Kotex, Lactaid, Lamisil, Lanoxin, Larodopa, Lasix, Ledercillin Vk, Lescol, Leukeran, Libritabs, Librium, Lincocin, Lipo-lutin, Liquid Pred, Lodine, Lopid, Lorfan, Loxitane, Lozal, Macrodantin, Magic Marker, Mandelamine, Marplan, Mavik, Mebaral, Meclomen, Mefoxin, Mellaril, Meprin, Merthiolate, Mesantoin, Meticorten, Mevacor, Mexitil, Micronase, Microzide, Milontin, Miltown, Minipress, Minocin, Mithracin, Moban, Monistat, Motrin, Mutamycin, Mycostatin, Mysoline, Nalfon, Naprosyn, Naqua, Narcan, Nardil, Navane, Nebcin, Nembutal, Neobiotic, Nitrospan, Nitrostat, Norflex, Norlutin, Novocain, Nuprin, Nydrazid, Nystan, Oncovin, Oradexon, Orasone, Orinase, Orudis, Orudis Kt, Oruvail, Osmitrol, Pamelor, Paxil, Pediamycin, Pediapred, Pentothal, Pepcid, Periactin, Peritrate, Phenergan, Pipracil, Pitocin, Pitressin, Placidyl, Plaquenil, Plavix, Pneumovax, Polaroid Camera, Polaroid Land Camera, Polycillin, Pravachol, Prelone, Prevacid, Prilosec, Principen, Prinival, Privine, Procardia, Prosom, Prostigmin, Provera, Prozac, Purinethol, Pyridium, Quaalude, Quinidex, Quinora, Rau-sed, Raudixin, Relafen, Remicade, Restoril, Rifadin, Rimactane, Ritalin, Robaxin, Rocephin, Sandril, Sarafem, Saran Wrap, Seconal, Sectral, Serax, Serpasil, Serzone, Sk-ampicillin, Slo-bid, Sporanox, St. Joseph, Sudafed, Sulamyd, Tagamet, Talwin, Tambocor, Tandearil, Tazicef, Theobid, Thorazine, Tofranil, Tolectin, Tolinase, Tonocard, Toradol, Torodal, Trental, Triavil, Ultracef, Urex, Valium, Vancocin, Vasomax, Vasotec, Velban, Versed, Viagra, Vioxx, Virazole, Visken, Vistaril, Voltaren, Wytensin, Xanax, Zamboni, Zantac, Zarontin, Zestril, Zimmer, Zimmer Frame, Zocor, Zoloft
Generic synonyms: Name
Specialized synonyms: Label, Recording Label



Definition of Trade name

1. Noun. A name used to identify a commercial product or service; may or may not be registered as a trademark. ¹

2. Noun. The name under which a business or firm operates. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Trade Name

trade dispute
trade diversion
trade down
trade dress
trade edition
trade embargo
trade expense
trade fair
trade fairs
trade gap
trade goods
trade in
trade magazine
trade mark
trade marks
trade name (current term)
trade name product
trade names
trade newspaper
trade newspapers
trade paperback
trade policy
trade protection
trade rat
trade route
trade school
trade secret
trade secrets
trade show
trade shows

Literary usage of Trade name

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. South Eastern Reporter by West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals, West Publishing Company, South Carolina Supreme Court (1910)
"A corporation may, by user, acquire a right to a trade-name other than its corporate name in ... If a trade-mark or trade-name has been abandoned, ..."

2. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and (1911)
"If a trader's own name has, before he entered the trade, become the trade name of some other person's goods, he would probably not be allowed to use it ..."

3. Supreme Court Reporter by Robert Desty, United States Supreme Court, West Publishing Company (1915)
"For other cases, >ee Trade-Mark« and Trade-Name«, Cent. Dig. ! 84 ; Dec. Dig i 73.*] TRAME-MARKS AND TRADE-NAMES (§ 97*)— UNFAIR COMPETITION—USE or SURNAME ..."

4. The Law of Unfair Competition and Trademarks: With Chapters on Good-will by Harry Dwight Nims (1917)
"Residence in a Locality does not give Unlimited Right to use the Name of the Locality as a trade name. — The fact that a person takes up his residence in a ..."

5. Financing an Enterprise by Hugh Ronald Conyngton (1921)
"TRADE-NAMES The Trade-Name and its Protection The trade-name is merely the name under which a ... The right of the owners to their trade-name is, however, ..."

6. Lawyers' Reports Annotated by Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company (1905)
"... of mining and shipping coal, cannot be adopted as a trade-name to the exclusion of others. Laughman v. Piper, ««pro. Trade-name; use of in business. ..."

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