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Etymologie, Etimología, Etymologie, Etimologia, Etymology
DE Germany, Alemania, Allemagne, Germania, Germany
Brand, Marca, Marque, Marca, Brand

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4711 (W3)

(E?) (L?) Http://www.prismenfernglas.de/etymologie1.html

4711: When the French conquered the city of Cologne in 1796, all houses were numbered consecutively. The scented water of the same name was then invented in the house with the number 4711.


A.

A. Lange & Sons (W3)

The watch brand "A. Lange & Söhne" goes back to "Adolph Lange" (1815-1875).

(E6) (L?) Http://www.lange-soehne.de/


(E?) (L?) Http://www.alange-soehne.com/de/origin/the_lange_dynasty.php

The story of "A. Lange & Söhne" is the story of a watchmaking dynasty whose roots reach back to the Saxon court under Augustus the Strong. Out of this glamorous environment, Adolph Lange set out for the Erzgebirge in 1845 to establish Saxon precision watchmaking in Glashütte. He and his descendants set new standards in the construction of the finest clocks - and soon the timepieces from "A. Lange & Söhne" were among the most sought-after in the world ...


ABC plaster (W3)

The "ABC patch" is named after the active ingredients involved: "arnica, belladonna, capsium".

(E?) (L?) Https://www.abc-pflaster.de/seiten/ueber-abc

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Lumbago, muscle pain, stiff neck: Millions of people have trusted a healing plaster for such complaints since 1928. In 1928, Professor Raubenheimer combined the three extracts from "Arnica, Belladonna and Capsicum" in a healing plaster against rheumatic complaints. The name arose from the first letters of the natural ingredients - the "ABC patch" was born.
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(E?) (L?) Http://faql.de/etymologie.html

ABC: arnica, belladonna, capsium (original active ingredients of the patch)


(E1) (L1) http://books.google.com/ngrams/graph?corpus=8&content=ABC-Plaster
Query in the Google Corpus with 15Mio. scanned books from 1500 to today.

German "ABC plaster" does not appear significantly in the literature.

(E?) (L?) Http://corpora.informatik.uni-leipzig.de/


Created: 2021-04

about.com
German Brand Names
German company names

(E?) (L?) Http://german.about.com/library/blabbrev_brand.htm

German Brand Names and Companies

The following abbreviations and acronyms are for German, Austrian, Swiss, and some international brand names and companies. This special glossary lists German Firmennames abbreviations such as BMW, DEA, and VW, or German commercial acronyms such as Aral, Eduscho, and Odol that are not found in our main abbreviations glossary. If you have ever wondered about the meaning behind brand names found in German-speaking Europe, this is the glossary for you! In most cases you'll also find a link to a listed firm's website. For other types of abbreviations and acronyms in German, also see the other pages and links below.


4711 | ADAC | Adidas | AG | Agfa | AOK | Aral | ARD | AUA | Audi | BMG | BMW | C&A | DB | DEA | dpa | DPD | EADS | Eduscho | Apartment | HB | Hertie | IKEA

(E?) (L?) Http://german.about.com/library/blabbrev_brand2.htm
KaDeWe | Coffee HAG | KaVo | Leica | LTU | Maggi | MAN | Melitta | | Nivea | Odol | Osram | | Rama | REWE | Rowenta | SAP | SAVE | Tesa | TUI | UFA | Varta | VIAG | VW | Zewa

ADIDAS (W3)

The name of the company for sports shoes goes back to the founder "Adi Dassler", who started with it in 1946.

AEG (W3)

(E?) (L?) Http://www.aeg.com/
The abbreviation "AEG" stands for "Allgemeine Elektricitäts-Gesellschaft".
The electrical company was founded in 1883 and was originally called the "German Edison Society for Applied Electricity". In 1887 it was renamed "AEG".
In 1996 the company was dissolved.

(E?) (L?) Http://german.about.com/library/blabbrev_brand.htm?nl=1


(E?) (L?) Http://faql.de/etymologie.html


(E1) (L1) http://www.markenlexikon.com/produktmarken1.html


(E2) (L1) http://www.mundmische.de/


(E?) (L1) http://www.w-akten.de/kuerzel.shtml


(E?) (L?) Http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Etymologie_von_Firmennames


(E6) (L1) http://bundesrecht.juris.de/bundesrecht/
"AEG" can also stand for "General Railway Act" (1994).

AGFA (W3)

"AGFA" is the abbreviation for "Aktien Gesellschaft für Anilin-Fabrikation".

Founded in 1867 by chemists Paul Mendelssohn-Bartholdy and Carl Alexander von Martius. In 1897 the name "Agfa" was registered as a trademark.

ALDI (W3)

"ALDI" stands for "ALbrecht-DIscount".

In 1962 Theo Albrecht opened the first "Albrecht Discounter" in Dortmund.

"ALDI", a grocery chain named for founders Karl and Theo Albrecht, has 700 stores in 26 states. The Trader Joe's chain (200 stores) has been owned by German billionaire Theo Albrecht since 1979.

(E?) (L?) Http://german.about.com/library/blabbrev_brand.htm


(E?) (L?) Http://www.aldi.de/


(E?) (L?) Http://www.traderjoes.com/


Angurate (W3)

The brand name of the magenta tea from Peru "Anguraté" goes back to the medicinal plant "anhuarate" that grows in the Peruvian Andes.


In 1950 the company "Alsitan" discovered the beneficial effects of "Anguraté", which support the gastrointestinal function. She imported the medicinal plant to Europe and made it known under the name "Anguraté Magentee from Peru". Even today the plant is harvested in the Peruvian Andes at altitudes between 1500 and 2300m.


(E?) (L?) Http://www.alsitan.de/


Apollinaris (W3)

(E?) (L?) Http://www.apollinaris.de/


(E?) (L?) Http://www.bosold.de/sagen/d.htm


(E?) (L?) Http://www.heiligenlexikon.de/


(E1) (L1) http://www.markenlexikon.com/logos_a.html


(E?) (L?) Http://www.moosrain.de/rund-um-s-wasser/wasserkunde

Saint Apollinaris of Ravenna has a reputation for being good against gallstones and kidney stones, against gout, venereal diseases and against epilepsy - it is no wonder that statues of the healing man have been erected in many places. This is also the case at the foot of the vineyard in the Ahr Valley, which the Ahrweiler winemaker Georg Kreuzberg bought for 15 thalers in 1852. The vines, of course, did not grow properly. A soil survey revealed an extraordinarily high concentration of carbon dioxide. Kreuzberg had a dig and found a spring rich in valuable minerals. He named the bubbling water after the statue that stood right next to the fountain: Apollinaris.


ARAG (W3)

stands for Auto-Rechtsschutz-AG.

ARAL (W3)

"ARAL" is an artificial word made up of aromatics and aliphatics. The Aral logo represents a blue and white diamond. The company was founded in 1898 by 13 mining companies as the West German Benzene Sales Association in Bochum.


... in 1924. In Bochum, the chemist Walter Ostwald brooded over a completely unscientific question: "What do I call a mixture of benzene and gasoline that is to be offered to the driver as a particularly knock-resistant and therefore motor-friendly fuel?" His answer was the name that has since guaranteed international quality and top performance: "Aral". A simple combination of the first letters of two hydrocarbon groups, the "aromatics" (benzene) and "aliphatic" (gasoline). Since then, Aral has been at the forefront of developing new fuels and lubricants.


(E?) (L?) Http://www.aral.de/_struktur/inside.cfm?si_id=617


(E?) (L?) Http://www.aral.de/_struktur/inside.cfm?si_id=618


(E?) (L?) Http://www.markenmuseum.com/


asbach

(E?) (L?) Http://www.asbach.de/


Aspirin (W3)

In 1899 the drug was launched on the market under the trade name "Aspirin" against pain, inflammation and fever.

The name for the medicinal product "Aspirin" is made up of the privative, negative "-a-" (it can also be interpreted as the first letter of "Acetyl"), "-spir-" for "spiraea ulmaria" and the Suffix "-in-" which was widely used for medicinal products around 1900.

The privative, negative "-a-" explicitly indicates that the drug "Aspirin" offered without natural extracts from the plant. "Spirea" but synthetically produced acetylsalicylic acid (C9H8O4) contains.

ASPIRIN - is a combination of a scientific and a slang term. Once the name for an acid "acetyl salicylic acid" and "Spirea", the old Latin name for "meadow spirit beard".

The made-up word "aspirin" for the blood thinner was already used in the 19th century. introduced. It is made up of "acetylated spiric acid", the German name for "acetylated spiraeic acid". "Spirea" is the botanical name for Engl. "meadowsweet" = German "meadowsweet". "Salicyl" also goes back to their name (lat. "Salic" for "willow tree"). The fever-reducing effect had been known for centuries.

(Latin "Acidum acetylosalicylicum", French "Acide acétylsalicylique", English "Acetylsalicylic Acid")

Aspirin was discovered during experimentation with a waste product.

Aspirin, one of the first drugs to come into common usage, is still the mostly widely used in the world - approximately 35,000 metric tons are produced and consumed annually, enough to make over 100 billion standard aspirin tablets every year. ...

Aspirin - the drug widely used to deal with hangover headaches and many other minor illnesses - was developed in Germany by a chemical process described by research chemist Felix Hoffman on October 10, 1897. Decades later it is still the most versatile and effective medicine on the pharmacist's shelf. ...
However, when the active ingredient "salicin" was converted to the medicine "salicylic acid" it was hard to swallow, causing irritation to the lining of the mouth and stomach. Then in 1897 Felix Hoffmann of the Bayer pharmaceutical company developed the process of synthesizing the "acetyl salicylic acid" named later as "aspirin". ...

The laws differ from country to country. In the case of "Aspirin," Britain and France never recognized the German company's trademark on the word "Aspirin" hit the market in 1914. The US, not being at war with Germany at the time, recognized it initially and then in 1917, when it entered the war, Bayer stripped of all its American assets as an enemy alien corporation. The Sterling Drug Company bought Bayer's US facilities and trademarks at government auction. After the war, Bayer was allowed to sell its products in the US, but it couldn't use the names "Bayer" or "Aspirin," those belonged to Sterling. So the "Bayer Aspirin" sold in the US was not made by Bayer. In 1921, the US Supreme Court ruled that "aspirin" had lost its distinctive nature (setting the precedent for this type of action) and Sterling lost the exclusive right to the term. In the 1990s, Bayer bought Sterling, finally reacquiring the right to use its own name in the US.
(A: Dave Wilten, ADSL, April 26, 2003)

(E?) (L?) Http://german.about.com/library/blabbrev_brand.htm


(E?) (L?) Http://www.aspirin.com/index_de.html
Everything about aspirin; Information from Bayer

(E?) (L?) Http://www.aspirin.de/


(E?) (L?) Http://www.aspirin-foundation.com/

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"Aspirin", also known as "acetylsalicylic acid", has a chemical formula of "C9H8O4"
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(E?) (L1) http://www.bio-gaertner.de/Articles/II.Pflanzen-allgemeineHinweise/Handelsprodukte/Aspirin.html


(E?) (L?) Http://www.catchwordbranding.com/resources/games.php#answer10
Bayer aspirin

(E?) (L?) Http://www.chemie.de/lexikon/d/Acetylsalicyls%C3%A4ure/

"Acetylsalicylic acid" ("2-Acetoxybenzoic acid", "ASA", "Aspirin" ®)
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Table of Contents
  • 1 story
  • 2 chemical properties
  • 3 pharmacology
  • 3.1 Effects
  • 3.2 Mechanism of action
  • 3.3 Pharmacokinetics
  • 3.4 Substitution
  • 3.5 Side effects and contraindications
  • 3.6 Toxicity
  • 3.7 Incorrect indications
  • 3.8 Areas of application
  • 3.9 Resistance discussion
  • 4 Manufacturing
  • 5 evidence
  • 6 Illegal price fixing with pharmacies
  • 7 sources
  • 8 literature



(E?) (L?) Http://www.dhm.de/lemo/suche/exponatew.html


(E?) (L?) Http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?term=aspirin


(E?) (L?) Http://www.hdg.de/lemo/objekte/pict/JahreDesAufbausInOstUndWest_plakatAspirin/index.html
Advertising poster: Aspirin around the world, 1952

(E?) (L?) Http://www.ermel.org/usenet/desd/marken.txt


(E?) (L?) Http://www.euphemismen.de/Alle/

"Aspirin gel", "Aspirinfee", "Aspirin siren" = "Nurse"


(E?) (L?) Http://faql.de/etymologie.html


(E?) (L?) Http://www.g-o.de/geo-bin/frameset.pl?id=00001&frame1=titelgo.htm&frame2=menue04.htm&frame3=kap4/40kb0005.htm
Chronology "Remedies from the white willow" - from plant extract to aspirin

(E?) (L1) http://health.howstuffworks.com/health-illness/treatment/medicine/medications/aspirin.htm
How Aspirin Works
  • 1. Introduction to How Aspirin Works
  • 2. Aspirin Development
  • 3. Aspirin and Pain
  • 4. Aspirin and the Blood
  • 5. Precautions and Side Effects
  • 6. Lots more information


(E?) (L?) Http://health.howstuffworks.com/aspirin-good-for-your-heart.htm
Why is aspirin good for your heart?

(E?) (L?) Http://www.hpwt.de/Chemie/Organik.htm


(E?) (L?) Http://www.investopedia.com/terms/a/aspirincounttheory.asp
The Engl. "Aspirin Count Theory" is roughly comparable to the "skirt length" indicator to draw conclusions about economic developments. However, rising stock values ​​could well be inversely related to aspirin production.

(E?) (L?) Http://www.investopedia.com/terms/a/aspirin.asp
In the world of investors, "ASPIRIN" is also an abbreviation for "Australian Stock Price Riskless Indexed Note" or "All-ordinaries Share Price Riskless Indexed Note".

(E?) (L?) Http://www.linotype.com/search-alpha-a.html
"ITC Aspirin ™" is the name of a font family by Jochen Schuss.

(E1) (L1) http://www.markenlexikon.com/produktmarken1.html


(E1) (L1) http://www.markenmuseum.com/


(E1) (L1) http://www.medterms.com/script/main/alphaidx.asp?p=a_dict
Acetylsalicylic acid (aspirin) | Aspirin | Aspirin resistance | Biochemical aspirin resistance | Clinical aspirin resistance | Resistance, aspirin | Super aspirin

(E?) (L?) Http://www.morgenwelt.de/magazin/repo17.htm
Acetylsalicylic Acid: Article on the effectiveness of the drug as a pain reliever and remedy

(E?) (L?) Http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/encyclopedia_A.htm
Aspirin and heart disease | Aspirin overdose

(E?) (L?) Http://www.oberlehrer.org/gm.html


(E?) (L?) Http://www.oedilf.com/db/Lim.php
Limericks on aspirin | aspirin-hound | Bayer aspirin

(E?) (L?) Http://www.presse.aspirin.de/


(E?) (L?) Http://www.presseportal.de/story.htx?nr=1364900

03/06/2009 | 11:00 o'clock
110 years of aspirin
A story with a future
Aspirin officially became a brand on March 6, 1899

The WHO counts it among the indispensable medicines
Leverkusen (ots) - 2009 celebrates reaching for the stars: 400 years have passed since the astronomer Galileo Galilei first pointed a telescope at the starry sky. 40 years ago, Neil Armstrong became the first person to walk on the moon and made history with it. However, the oldest "member" on board the Apollo 11 lunar module was already 70 years old and has a birthday today: we're talking about aspirin.

On March 6, 1899, the drug was included in the trademark role of the Imperial Patent Office in Berlin and thus officially a trademark. In the following eleven decades, aspirin itself developed into a "star": Hardly any other pharmaceutical brand can look back on such a diverse and successful medical history. And space travel also continues to rely on aspirin, which is still part of the ISS on-board pharmacy today.
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(E?) (L?) Http://www.prismenfernglas.de/etymologie1.html


(E1) (L1) http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/Aspirin


(E?) (L?) Http://www.slogans.de/brands.php?Op=BGenTerms
Aspirin pain pills Bayer

(E?) (L1) http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Aspirin
Aspirin | aspirin ass | Aspiring Actress

(E?) (L1) http://www.wer-zu-wem.de/marken/
Health (aspirin)

(E?) (L?) Http://www.wirtschaftsdeutsch.de/materialboerse/quiz-markennamen.pdf


Created: 2010-03

Aspirin - rose

Aspirin-Rose, Floribunda, Tantau 1997

The rose owes its name "Aspirin" to Bayer AG and the 100th anniversary of the synthesis of acetylsalicylic acid (by Felix Hoffman on October 10, 1897), the active ingredient in Bayer's well-known Aspirin headache product.

(E?) (L?) Http://www.adr-rose.de/


(E?) (L?) Http://www.adr-rose.de/adr/datenblatt.php?id=43

Aspirin Rose 1995 9233 Tantau Beetrose 80 50 white pink


(E?) (L?) Http://www.gartendatenbank.de/de/search.htm?q=rose


(E?) (L?) Http://www.helpmefind.com/plant/plants.php


(E?) (L1) http://www.rosenberatung.de/html/rosenbilder-galerie.html


(E6) (L1) http://www.rosenfoto.de/LiRosenfotoFSY.html


(E?) (L?) Http://www.rosengarten-forst.de/sixcms/list.php?page=rg_rosen


(E?) (L?) Http://www.welt-der-rosen.de/duftrosen/adra.htm#aspirin_rose


Created: 2010-03

Aspirina (W3)

In Spain, "Aspirin" is Spanish. "Aspirina".

(E1) (L1) http://etimologias.dechile.net/?aspirina


Created: 2010-03

Aspirins (W3)

The French name for the medicine "Aspirin" is French "Aspirine".

(E?) (L?) Http://www.cnrtl.fr/etymologie/aspirine


(E?) (L?) Http://georges.dolisi.free.fr/Terminologie/A/definitions_a.htm#Aspirine


(E?) (L?) Http://eurekaweb.free.fr/mh1-aspirine.htm


(E?) (L?) Http://www.eurekaweb.fr/
(1853) Aspirins

(E2) (L1) http://www.pourquois.com/corps_humain/pourquoi-aspirine-fait-disparaitre-douleur.html
Pourquoi l'aspirine fait-elle disparaître la douleur?

(E?) (L?) Http://www.universalis.fr/encyclopedie/aspirine-acide-acetylsalicylique/
"ASPIRINE" or "ACIDE ACÉTYLSALICYLIQUE"



Created: 2010-03

aspirino (W3)

The Esperanto name for the medicine "aspirin" is "aspirino".

(E?) (L?) Http://www.reta-vortaro.de/revo/


Created: 2010-03

ASS (W3)

from Altenburger and Stralsund playing card factories

AUDI (W3)

(E?) (L?) Http://www.audi.de/


(E?) (L?) Http://www.abendblatt.de/daten/2004/08/07/326557.html
The company name Audi dates back to 1910. August Horch, founder of Horch & Cie., Had left his company, but wanted to continue to dedicate himself to automobile production and founded his own new company. For legal reasons, however, he was not allowed to call this Horch as well. He finally decided to use the Latin equivalent of his name (audire = to listen, to listen; imperative: audi!).

After various changes, including during the war, there was another company merger in 1969/70, this time with NSU Motorenwerke AG. This resulted in Audi-NSU Auto-Union AG, which was renamed today's Audi AG in 1984.

B.

Bear Tag (W3)

(E?) (L?) Http://www.baerenmarke.de/


(E?) (L?) Http://www.amuseum.de/


(E?) (L?) Http://www.elgin.lib.il.us/


(E1) (L1) http://www.markenlexikon.com/produktmarken1.html


(E1) (L1) http://www.markenlexikon.com/logos_a.html


(E?) (L?) Http://www.markenmuseum.com/


(E?) (L?) Http://www.mediatime.ch/


(E?) (L?) Http://www.napoleon-online.de/


(E?) (L?) Http://www.slogans.de/magazin_ges.php


(E?) (L?) Http://www.weck.de/

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So much success got around in the Old World, and in 1892 the Bernese Dairy Company was founded in the Swiss canton of Bern and set about producing long-life condensed milk. The company chose Bern's heraldic animal, the bear, as its trademark.

In 1957, the bear brand had its first advertising appearance in the cinema, and in 1962 on television - this was also the first time he made the claim that nothing beats his brand: slightly short people (like Napoleon or the bear brand) suffer not necessarily in inferiority complexes.
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(E?) (L?) Http://www.wirtschaftsdeutsch.de/materialboerse/quiz-markennamen.pdf
BEAR MARK - The bear is the heraldic animal of the place where Bern was founded.

Bahlsen, biscuit, Leibniz biscuit, TET logo (W3)
The philosophical pastry

(E?) (L?) Http://www.bahlsen.de/


(E?) (L?) Http://www.ermel.org/usenet/desd/marken.txt


(E?) (L?) Http://www.hieroglyphen.de/


(E?) (L?) Http://www.markenmuseum.com/


(E?) (L?) Http://www.slogans.de/magazin_ges.php


(E?) (L?) Http://www.traumworld.de/kekse.html#Keksrezepte
The biscuits from "Bahlsen" are good for several word stories.

The brand name "Bahlsen" comes from "Hermann Bahlsen" (1859-1919), who founded the Hannoversche Cakesfabrik in 1889 and thus closed a gap in the market in Germany.

In 1911 Hermann Bahlsen offered his pastries as "biscuits". (In a letter to his wife dated February 17, 1911, he is said to have mentioned the "biscuit" for the first time in writing.) These even found their way into the Duden in 1915 and are no longer questioned as German spelling. He had previously found the idea for this in the English "Cakes".
This German made-up word refers to English. "cake" = "cakes" or "cakes" = "the cakes".
The "biscuits" are called "biscuit" in UK and "cookie" in US.

As early as 1892 Bahlsen named his butter biscuits after the philosopher "Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz" (1646-1716). He probably wanted Leibniz's thesis that we live in the best of all possible worlds to be transferred to his product.

But the packaging design also has something to offer. The "TET logo" with the snake is intended to express the shelf life of the "Leibniz biscuits". The hieroglyph "jet", simplified to "tet", means "everlasting".


(E1) (L1) http://www.wortwarte.de/
In the collection of neologisms on some pages of the University of Tübingen you can find the following derivatives of "biscuit":
checked | Data cookie | Biscuit designer | Kullerkeks

(E3) (L1) http://www.redensarten-index.de/
As biscuit idioms you can still find:
something is annoying | to have a biscuit | to have a soft biscuit | no longer have all the biscuits in the tin | Joker

(E1) (L?) Http://www.fragenohneantwort.de/
Go for the biscuit?

(E2) (L?) Http://www.wdr5.de/service/die-kleine-frage.html
Why do some canned biscuits get soft and others hard? (05/11/2000)

(E?) (L1) http://www.br-online.de/wissen-bildung/kalenderblatt/2003/10/kb20031002.html

10/02/2003 - Nobel Prize for Fun awarded for research into the dunking time of biscuits (10/02/2003)


(E6) (L?) Http://stuff.twoday.net/
With a "biscuit tin" and a "biscuit shape" you can also open a beer bottle.

(E6) (L1) http://www.prosieben.de/wissen/galileo/themenarchiv/suche.php
And then there is "Die Prinzenrolle - How the chocolate double biscuit is made (6/24/2003)".

BASF (W3)

The stock corporation "BASF", founded in Ludwigshafen in 1865, stands for "Badische Anilin und Soda Fabrik".

(E?) (L?) Http://german.about.com/library/blabbrev_brand.htm


(E?) (L?) Http://german.about.com/library/blabbrev_brand.htm?nl=1


(E?) (L?) Http://www.basf.com/


(E1) (L1) http://www.basf-ag.basf.de/de/


(E?) (L?) Http://www.dradio.de/suche/?action=search&uri=suche%2F&q=KALENDERBLATT&ss=kalenderblatt&sp1=1&sort=date%3AD%3AR%3Ad1&num=50
  • Deutschlandfunk / calendar sheet - October 13, 2006
  • Lord of the colors
  • 10/13/2006. An employee of the BASF Group. BASF stands for Badische Anilin- und Sodafabrik ...


(E?) (L?) Http://faql.de/etymologie.html


(E?) (L?) Http://www.ids-mannheim.de/kt/30000wordforms.dat
"BASF" is one of the 30,000 most common words.

(E?) (L?) Http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_company_name_etymologies


Beemer (W3)

(E?) (L?) Http://www.owad.de/
= "a BMW motorcar" = "BMW" - pronunciation: BEE-mer
Although Beemer is a new word you won't yet find in your dictionary, it looks very much like becoming mainstream English.
(newsletter from October 21, 2002

BEKO (W3)

The "Bäcker EinKauf Organization" ??? This designation could also go back to the Phrygian "bekos" = "bread".

beta systems (W3)

(E?) (L?) Http://www.beta-systems.com/
Allegedly, the founder of the Berlin-based software company beta systems drove an Alpha Romeo. When looking for a company name, he came up with the next letter "beta". - Was this also used to determine the prioritization of importance?

Biffar (W3)

The brand name "Biffar" goes back to the founder "Josef Biffar".

I have not found any direct references to the surname "Biffar". However, the origin is likely from Italy. The ancestors of the Biffar family immigrated from Lyon in the 17th century and earlier generations may have come from Italy. In any case there is an Italian "biffare" = German "stake out" and French "biffer" = German "strike through". Linguistically, it is based on Latin "bifariam" = German "two-fold", "on two sides", "double", derived from Latin "bi-" = German "two-" and Latin "findere" = dt. "split", "split", "split", "blast", "furrow", "flow through", "sail through", "split", "divide", "burst", "burst", ground lie. In the world of music one can find the term "Biffaro", which also meant "double flute".

What significance can be derived from this for the first bearer of the name "Biffar" is, however, uncertain. According to the different meanings, "Entzweischläger", "Ackersmann", Seefahrer "or" Zwistsäer "or other meanings could come into question.

Based on the French "Biffage de comptes" = literally German "strike through the business books", "Biffar" could also have been a medieval "auditor" or "accounting specialist".

Another interpretation of the name results from the Latin "* bifilis" = French "à double fil", German "Foppefaden", as "tailor" or "cloth merchant" or something similar.

I would still find the most obvious meaning "Biffar" = "tax collector", "tax administrator" (who crosses out the taxes paid in his tax list).

In English one finds a slang expression "biffer", "biffa" to denote "absence of beauty", pronounced English. "Biffer" = dt. The "ugly". This could also be based on the Latin "bifariam" = German "divided into two".

(E?) (L?) Http://www.biffar.com/

Candied fruits for generations

The Biffar family has been processing and refining fruit in Deidesheim, Palatinate, since 1852. In 1890 Josef Biffar founded today's company in the midst of vineyards and one of the best fruit-growing areas in Germany - the location is ideal.

Candied fruits and fruit preparations determine the range right from the start. Around 1950 Gerhard Biffar, son of Josef Biffar, recognized the wonderful properties of ginger and included it in the variety of candied products.

Since then, the ginger specialties have complemented the characteristically large product range.


(E?) (L?) Http://www.cnrtl.fr/etymologie/biffage

"BIFFAGE"
ÉTYMOL. ET HIST. - 1. 1732 "examen" (Trév .: "Biffage de comptes" [donné comme vx]); 2. 1808 "rature" (Boiste). The. you bike de "biffer *"; suff. "-age *".


(E?) (L?) Http://www.oedilf.com/db/Lim.php?Word=biffer


(E3) (L1) http://www.wein-plus.de/glossar/Biffar+Josef.htm
Biffar Joseph

Created: 2010-07

biomaris (W3)

The brand name "biomaris" refers to "biological" and "sea".

(E?) (L?) Http://www.biomaris.de/

BIOMARIS cares for your skin with active ingredients from sea water, sea salt and sea algae. In accordance with the "Health & Beauty from the Sea" concept, BIOMARIS has developed a comprehensive range of products that covers all the needs of a holistic application.


(E?) (L?) Http://www.biomaris.de/produkte/Hautcreme_und_Hautlotion/hautlotion_ohne_parfum.htm
Health and beauty from the sea
biomaris SKIN LOTION without perfume - (my recommendation)

bionade (W3)

(E?) (L?) Http://www.bionade.de/
is made up of "organic" and "lemonade".

Birkenstock (W3)

(E?) (L?) Http://www.birkenstock.de/


(E?) (L?) Http://www.birkenstock.com/
The name Birkenstock goes back to Johann Adam Birkenstock.
1774:
In a small German village, Johann Adam Birkenstock is registered as "subject and shoemaker" in the church archives.
...
1964:
Carl Birkenstock's son, Karl, takes his grandfather's contoured arch support concept one step further - as a shoe. The Birkenstock sandal is born.

Here you will find a lot of information about the product range of BIRKENSTOCK Orthopädie GmbH.
But you will also find interesting facts about the company's 225-year history.
However, the English version of the website is much more appealing and informative.

BMW (W3)

(E?) (L?) Http://www.bmw.de/
BMW is an acronym from Bayerische Motorenwerke.
(A: roge)

BMW logo (W3)

(E?) (L?) Http://www.bmw.de/
The BMW logo (circle with cross) supposedly symbolizes a propeller. BMW used to produce aircraft engines. The colors "white-blue" correspond to the national colors of Bavaria.
(to verify!)

Bosch (W3)

(E?) (L?) Http://archive.bosch.com/de/archive
On November 15, 1886, Robert Bosch founded the "Workshop for Precision Mechanics and Electrical Engineering" at Rotebühlstrasse 75B in Stuttgart. From it emerged the now globally operating Robert Bosch GmbH.
In 1918, Gottlob Honold, the technical director at Bosch, designed the company logo, the armature of a magneto.

Postage stamp (W3)

The "postage stamp" is made up of the Latin "brevis" = "short" and the French "marque" = "mark". The latter goes back to the Italian "marcare" = "mark", Italian "marca", and ultimately again to a German word with the meaning "mark", "sign".

In 1836 the Englishman Sir Rowland Hill invented the first postage stamps when he submitted a reform proposal to the government of his country. Four years later there was already the first postage stamp in the USA that could be stuck on. Over the next twenty years or so, more and more countries decided to introduce the postage stamp, including the Kingdom of Bavaria, Schleswig-Holstein, Prussia, Switzerland and Brazil.

(E?) (L1) http://www.wasistwas.de/

  • From July 1st, 2002 only euro stamps
  • Postage stamp from the PC
  • Postage stamps
  • Najubria - the largest stamp exhibition for young collectors
  • There must be order - rules for stamp exhibitors



(E?) (L?) Http://www.wasistwas.de/wissenschaft/alle-artikel/artikel/link//ca00b59c02/article/one-penny-black-die-erste-briefmarke-der-welt.html

...
In 1835 Sir Rowland Hill was officially entrusted with reforming the postal system by the British government. He is therefore to a certain extent the "inventor" of the "postage stamp" and was also responsible for the motif of the first postage stamp. Several thousand designs were submitted for the design. But none of them were good enough at Rowland Hill. He decided on a commemorative coin that he particularly liked. The first postage stamp in the world adorned the portrait of Queen Victoria of England. The one penny stamp had a black background and the two pence stamp had a blue background.
...


Bruno, HB male, stop, my friend - who's going to blow up? (W3)

(E?) (L?) Http://www.abendblatt.de/daten/2003/07/05/183592.html


(E?) (L?) Http://www.stern.de/wirtschaft/unternehmen/?eid=512106&id=514231&nv=ex_rt
For many years the "HB male" came right after the sandman; until 1972 the advertising of cigarettes on television was banned (which I very much welcome as a non-smoker). Today it's just nostalgic memories and hardly anyone knows that his name was "Bruno".

Before the question: "Who is going to blow up?" I still got the request "Stop, my friend". Unfortunately, this did not mean quitting smoking, but just the opposite, stopping to smoke.

Bulldog (W3)

The "Bulldog" was completely called "Lanz Bulldog" and was sold as an agricultural tractor by the Mannheim company "Heinrich Lanz AG" from 1921 onwards. The name referred to the engine, which initially looked like a "bulldog". In my childhood every tractor was simply called "Bulldog".

The dog breed "Bulldog", engl. "bulldog" = German "bull dog", which is available in different variants, was bred in the past centuries to bite bulls. After this cruel spectacle was banned at the beginning of the 19th century, less emphasis was placed on aggressiveness in the breeding of these dogs.

Other clues compare the dog's head to a bull's. And the OED refers to "bold dogges" around the year 1500.

(E6) (L1) http://www.anglizismenindex.de/


(E?) (L?) Http://www.bridica.com/EBchecked/topic/277746/TH-Huxley
"Darwin's bulldog" from the article T.H. Huxley (British biologist)

(E?) (L?) Http://www.businessdictionary.com/terms-by-letter.php?letter=B
bulldog bond | bulldog edition

(E1) (L1) http://etimologias.dechile.net/?bulldog


(E?) (L?) Http://www.dogspot.de/hunderassen/a-bis-z/
American Bulldog | Continental Bulldog | English Bulldog | French bulldog | Olde English Bulldog

(E?) (L1) http://www.gutenberg.org/browse/authors/m


(E?) (L?) Http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/22273
Murray, David Christie, 1847-1907: Bulldog And Butterfly - From "Schwartz" by David Christie Murray (English) (as Author)

(E?) (L?) Http://www.howstuffworks.com/m-41-walker-bulldog-light-tank.htm
M-41 Walker Bulldog Light Tank

(E?) (L?) Http://www.icons.org.uk/theicons/collection/the-bulldog
The Bulldog

(E?) (L?) Http://coa.inducks.org/character.php?c=Bull
"Bull" - Tramp's bulldog friend from Lady and the Tramp movie (Scamp)

(E?) (L?) Http://coa.inducks.org/character.php?c=Butch+the+bulldog
"Butch the bulldog" - arch-nemesis of Pluto (Mice)

(E?) (L?) Http://www.investopedia.com/categories/tradingterms.asp
Bulldog Market

(E?) (L?) Http://www.investopedia.com/terms/b/
Bulldog Bond | Bulldog Market

(E?) (L?) Http://www.investorwords.com/cgi-bin/letter.cgi?b
bulldog bond | bulldog market

(E?) (L?) Http://www.kmh-verlag.de/

The specialist in well-founded literature when it comes to bulldogs, tractors, tractors and agricultural machinery


(E?) (L?) Http://www.lanz-bulldog-homepage.de/


(E?) (L?) Http://www.ermel.org/usenet/desd/marken.txt


(E?) (L?) Http://www.hundeinfos.de/index.php?status=uebersicht&suchname=a
American Bulldog | English bulldog | French bulldog

(E?) (L?) Http://www.linotype.com/de/496521/bulldog-schriftfamilie.html
A font family called "Bulldog".

(E?) (L?) Http://www.museumofhoaxes.com/hoax/weblog/permalink/nigerian_bulldog_scam/
Nigerian Bulldog Scam

(E?) (L?) Http://www.oedilf.com/db/Lim.php
Limericks on British bulldog | bulldog | bulldog clip | bulldog edition | bulldogger

(E2) (L1) http://dictionary.reference.com/
bulldog | English bulldog | French bulldog

(E?) (L?) Http://www.sex-lexis.com/Sex-Dictionary/bulldog%20chewing%20a%20wasp
bulldog chewing a wasp

(E?) (L?) Http://www.sex-lexis.com/Sex-Dictionary/bulldog%20dose
bulldog can

(E?) (L?) Http://www.supercars.net/cars/53.html
1980 Aston Martin Bulldog Concept

(E1) (L1) http://www.takeourword.com/TOW182/page2.html#bulldog


(E?) (L?) Http://www.tiere-online.de/hunde/hunderassen/bulldogge/
Bulldog

(E?) (L?) Http://www.tierportraet.ch/
English bulldog | French bulldog

(E?) (L?) Http://users.tinyonline.co.uk/gswithenbank/sayingsb.htm#Bulldog breed
Bulldog breed

(E?) (L?) Http://www.toonopedia.com/drumhead.htm
Bulldog drumhead

(E?) (L1) http://www.top40db.net/Find/Songs.asp?By=Year&ID=1960
Bulldog - by The Fireballs

(E?) (L1) http://www.top40db.net/Find/Songs.asp?By=Year&ID=1974
Your Bulldog Drinks Champagne - by Jim Stafford

(E?) (L?) Http://www.translationdirectory.com/article632.htm
632 Collecting Past Due Accounting: Be A Bulldog With Those Past Due Invoices

(E?) (L?) Http://woerterbuchnetz.de/RhWB/
Bull mastiff | Bulldog nose

(E?) (L1) http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Bulldog
| american bulldog | bulldog | author bulldog | bulldog baby | bulldog broadband | Bulldog Brunch | Bulldog Cheeks | bulldog chewing a wasp | Bulldog douche | bulldog eating a ham sandwich | bulldog eating custard | bulldog eating mayonnaise | Bulldog eating porridge | bulldog eating yogurt | Bulldog Fuck | Bulldog gear | bulldog licking piss off a nettle | Bulldog licking piss off a thistle | Bulldog Lips | Bulldog Money | bulldog nelson | Bulldog Piss Nettle | Bulldog Tosser | bulldog with mayo | bulldog-phobic | Bulldogg | bulldogga | bulldog | bulldog | Bulldog | bulldogging | bulldog | bulldogin it | Bulldogs | Bulldogs Fan | bulldogs in the bathtub

(E1) (L1) http://www.wortwarte.de/
Field Bulldog

(E1) (L1) http://ngrams.googlelabs.com/graph?corpus=8&content=Bulldog
Query in the Google Corpus with 15Mio. scanned books from 1500 to today.

German "Bulldog" appears in literature around 1800/1830.

Created: 2011-02

C.

Carrera track (W3)

(E?) (L?) Http://www.ermel.org/usenet/desd/marken.txt


(E?) (L?) Http://www.carrerarennbahn.de/


(E?) (L?) Http://www.carrera-toys.de/index.php?id=1&L=0


(E?) (L?) Http://auto.howstuffworks.com/porsche-carrera.htm
It is not entirely clear to me whether the name of the toy car racing track refers to the large edition of the "Porsche Carrera GT". The brand or model designation goes back to Spanish "carrera" = "competition", "race".


How the Porsche Carrera GT Works
It's designed to be a racecar for the road. The Porsche Carrera GT weighs in at just 3,000 pounds and kicks out 605 horsepower off the assembly line. Check out the Carrera GT and see what $ 440,000 buys these days.


(E?) (L?) Http://dietmar.rabich.de/carrera-bahn/

... The train belongs to the category of slot car tracks because the vehicles (English: Slot Cars) run on rails with slots (German: Fuge, Nut) and are held there with a guide keel. The slot cars are therefore tied to the track. ...


(E?) (L?) Http://www.porsche.com/usa/models/carrera-gt/
Carrera, Porsche for real cars

(E?) (L?) Http://rally.jowood.com/rally.html
Carrera simulation

(E?) (L?) Http://www.carrera-showroom.de/

The good old days of the Carrera track are being revived: On the Scandinavian side, racing fans can build their own track and then use it to control their mini car.


castelligasse
brand names

(E?) (L?) Http://www.castelligasse.at/Werbetechnik.htm


Chio Chips (W3)

were manufactured for the first time in Germany by Carlo von Opel in 1962 after looking at chip production in the USA. The name Chio stands for Carlo, Heinz and Irmgard (Opel) (that was the name of his parents).

Colgate-Palmolive (W3)

The company name "Colgate-Palmolive" reflects the company's history.

The US company "Colgate" bears the name of "William Colgate", who founded the company in 1806 in New York.
"Palmolive" was founded in 1927 in Berlin. The company name is made up of "palm" and "olive", the two oil suppliers for the company's products.

After various changes, the "Palmolive share" of the company "Binder & Ketels" was taken over by Colgate in 1964 and the company name was changed to "Colgate-Palmolive GmbH".

(E?) (L?) Http://www.colgate.de/app/Colgate/DE/Corp/History/Germany.cvsp


(E?) (L?) Http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Etymologie_von_Firmennames

Resulted from the merger of the soap manufacturers Colgate & Company and Palmolive-Peet. Peet was deleted in 1953. Colgate was named after William Colgate, an English immigrant who set up a starch, soap, and candle company in New York City in 1806. Palmolive was named for the two oils used in its production.


(E?) (L?) Http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_company_name_etymologies

Colgate-Palmolive - formed from a merger of soap manufacturers Colgate & Company and Palmolive-Peet. Peet was dropped in 1953. Colgate was named after William Colgate, an English immigrant, who set up a starch, soap and candle business in New York City in 1806. Palmolive was named for the two oils (Palm and Olive) used in its manufacture .


(E1) (L1) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_companies_named_after_people
Colgate-Palmolive-William Colgate

computer week
How famous IT products got their names

(E?) (L?) Http://www.computerwoche.de/hardware/home-it/1879780/

Wikipedia, Firefox, iPod, Blackberry, Android ...

How famous IT products got their names

25.03.2012

Why is the Blackberry actually called Blackberry? How did Microsoft come up with the inventive name Windows 7? Does the name of Google's mobile operating system Android have anything to do with robots? Read and be amazed.
...
  • Blackberry
  • iPod
  • Firefox
  • Twitter
  • Windows 7
  • Thinkpad
  • Android
  • Wikipedia
  • Mac OS X
  • Red hat



Created: 2012-03

computerwoche.de
The origins of the company names

(E?) (L?) Http://www.computerwoche.de/a/warum-heisst-motorola-eigentlich-motorola,2535272

  • 1. Why is Motorola actually called Motorola?
  • 2. Why is Fujitsu actually called Fujitsu?
  • 3. Why is So actually called So?
  • 4. Why is Belkin actually called Belkin?
  • 5. Why is BenQ actually called BenQ?
  • 6. Why is Kyocera actually called Kyocera?
  • 7. Why is Corel actually called Corel?
  • 8. Why is Lexmark actually called Lexmark?
  • 9. Why is Adobe actually called Adobe?
  • 10. Why is Ingram Micro actually called Ingram Micro?



Created: 2013-04

CONTIGO (W3)

The brand name "CONTIGO" is Spanish and means "with you", "with you".

(E?) (L?) Http://www.contigo.de/contigo/cms/front_content.php?idcat=66

CONTIGO means: "with you"

At the beginning of the 90s: a professional concept emerges

As the managing director of GEPA, the largest import organization for world shops, Ingo came up with the idea of ​​planning a new type of world shop in 1992. Nice and sunny, with a well-stocked and attractive range, open at least 50 hours a week, in a well-frequented location, well organized, equipped with lots of interesting information and colorful pictures - this is how it should be: the world shop of the future.
...


(E?) (L?) Http://www.contigosf.com/

Contigo - San Francisco, CA


(E?) (L?) Http://www.envelopead.com/proj_contigo.html

Contigo - San Francisco, CA


(E?) (L1) http://www.gutenberg.org/browse/authors/g
Gorostiza, Manuel Eduardo de
  • Contigo Pan y Cebolla (English) (as Author)
  • Contigo Pan y Cebolla (Spanish) (as Author)


(E?) (L1) http://www.gutenberg.org/browse/authors/m
McGuire, Elizabeth
  • Contigo Pan y Cebolla (English) (as Editor)
  • Contigo Pan y Cebolla (Spanish) (as Editor)


Created: 2011-10

crn
Product names

(E?) (L?) Http://www.crn.de/panorama/artikel-94844.html

Double naming: is it a smartphone or a condom?
by Folker Lück, March 30, 2012
Product names should of course sound good and be easy to remember - but they can also quickly lead to confusion. An American blogger has now checked which product names are given for condoms and for smartphones - the result is amazing.

Product names should be memorable and ideally stand for an entire product category. The best examples are the "Tempo" handkerchief or the "Nivea" cream.

However, creative name ideas can also backfire - the automotive industry in particular keeps falling into the bargain. The Nissan "Serena" never became a big hit, because a sanitary napkin is also available under this name in many European countries. Mitsubishi is currently marketing an ultra-economical electric car with the name "i-Miev", which is unfortunate for the German-speaking countries. Citroen earned laughs in England for the "Evasion" model, because "tax evasion" means "tax evasion" for the British. The "Cayenne" from Porsche stupidly stands for "labor camp" for our French neighbors. The Russian off-road vehicle "Lada Niva" should make the Spaniards smile: "Ni va" means "not possible".

The American blog site "The Intercom Blog" recently checked the product names of smartphones and condoms. Common? By no means! The bloggers stated: Android smartphones should sound sexy, but so should condoms. Therefore, behind some product names, both Android devices and, technologically, not quite as high-quality rubber covers for contraception are actually hidden. But see for yourself:
...


Created: 2012-03

D.

Dade Behring (W3)

(E?) (L?) Http://www.chemie.de/lexikon/d/Dade_Behring/

...
The company was founded in 1997 as a result of a merger between "Dade International" and the "Behring Diagnostics" unit of Hoechst AG.
...


Darboven, idea (W3)

(E?) (L?) Http://www.darboven.com/

It all began in 1866 when the young businessman "Johann Joachim Darboven" was the first to pack roasted coffee in bags and mail it to many households.
In 1915 the trademark "Idea" was born, under which a coffee was launched for the first time in 1927, which was characterized by its wholesomeness. He owes this mainly to Prof. Karl Lendrich, who had developed a new process on behalf of Arthur Darboven.
...


Dauphin (W3)

The company name "Dauphin" of the office furniture manufacturer from Offenhausen goes back to the founder "Friedrich-Wilhelm Dauphin" (1969).

(E?) (L?) Https://www.wer-zu-wem.de/firma/dauphin.html

...
1969: foundation
...
"Friedrich-Wilhelm Dauphin" founded the company in 1969 in Offenhausen. After restructuring, it has been set up as a group of companies with a holding at the top since 1992. It is still managed by the Dauphin family to this day. It is through them that commitment to cultural, social and sporting projects comes about. (sc)


(E1) (L1) http://books.google.com/ngrams/graph?corpus=8&content=Dauphin
Query in the Google Corpus with 15Mio. scanned books from 1500 to today.

German "Dauphin" appears in literature around 1650.

(E?) (L?) Http://corpora.informatik.uni-leipzig.de/


(E?) (L?) Http://www.wordmap.co/#Dauphin

This experiment brings together the power of Google Translate and the collective knowledge of Wikipedia to put into context the relationship between language and geographical space.


Created: 2017-08

Stretcher (W3)

The Dehner garden centers bear the maiden name of co-founder Albertine Weber.

(E?) (L?) Http://www.dehner.de/


(E?) (L?) Http://www.dehner.de/unternehmensnavigation/unternehmen/wir_ueber_uns.html

...
The name Dehner is not only associated with garden centers. He's a brand too. And with Dehner Agrar he is an important partner for agriculture.

The Dehner Group
"Dehner & Co - seed breeding - seed wholesale" is what Georg Weber and Albertine Weber, born "Dehner", call their new company in Rain am Lech in 1947. The inventory is manageable with typewriters, cars and trucks.

Today, more than 60 years later, this small business has become Europe's largest garden center group with over 100 branches in Germany and Austria. Dehner now employs more than 5,300 people, 1,100 of them at the headquarters in Rain am Lech.
...


Demeter (W3)

Greek goddess of agriculture; derives from "ge" [earth] + "meter" [mother].
(A: roge)

The name of the "Demeter Group" refers to the fertility goddess "Demeter", who was worshiped in the Eleusinian mystery cult of the Romans.

the BMW
the BMW
la Renault
una Fiat (W3)

On August 12, 2004 the question was asked in the Etymology Forum:


Why does it mean when one speaks of a motorcycle of the brand "BMW", for example: "the" BMW. If, on the other hand, one speaks of a car, does it mean "the" BMW (or some other brand name)? Actually it is "the" motorcycle and "the" car, why is it suddenly female or male when you add the brand name?

Isabel Schottka


The answer that has been given seems to me quite plausible:


If the genders of "motorcycle" and "car" do not match, those of the synonyms may apply. For the motorcycle I find "the machine" or "the BMW" (cf. some aircraft names that are also female) and for the car "the car", ie "the BMW". In French and Italian, cars are feminine (from la voiture or la macchina, i.e. "la Renault" or "una Fiat".)

ED.


DHL (W3)

(E?) (L?) Http://www.dhl.de/dhl?lang=de_DE&xmlFile=200002118
DHL has been a 100% subsidiary of Deutsche Post since November 2002. As of April 2003, the DHL brand will be responsible for the entire postal business with parcels, express deliveries and logistics. Then all Deutsche Post parcel and freight trucks will bear the DHL logo. DHL's headquarters are in Brussels.
DHL was founded in 1969 in California. The three founders were called "Dalsey, Hillblom, Lynn".

1969: Adrian Dalsey, Larry Hillblom and Robert Lynn have a brilliant idea: They personally deliver ship's papers by plane from San Francisco to Honolulu. Customs clearance of the ship's cargoes can begin before the ships actually arrive. The shipping companies save a fortune - and a new industry is born: the international Air Express service. The name DHL is derived from the three first letters of the founders.

Dornseifer (W3)

"Dornseifer" was founded in 1965 by "Friedhelm Dornseifer".

(E?) (L1) http://www.wer-zu-wem.de/handelsmarken/fleischnummer.html
  • EV1176 Dornseifer Langenfeld
  • EV774 Dornseifer Netphen
  • EV954 Dornseifer turning


(E?) (L?) Http://www.wer-zu-wem.de/firma/Dornseifer.html


DPMA (W3)

"DPMA" stands for "German Patent and Trademark Office".

(E?) (L?) Http://www.dpma.de/


(E?) (L?) Https://www.dpma.de/marke/index.html

...
What is a brand?

A trademark is used to identify the goods or services of a company. Signs that are capable of distinguishing the goods or services of one company from those of other companies are eligible for protection. This can be e.g. words, letters, numbers, images but also colors and audio symbols.
...


(E?) (L1) http://depatisnet.dpma.de/
Online database of the German Patent Office.

enables you to carry out online searches for patent publications from all over the world that are in the database of the internal German patent information system DEPATIS. 25million Patents - free access - 5 different search options

On 07.12.2016 there were 49,597 hits for the keyword "Language".

(E?) (L?) Http://www.dpma.de/service/glossar/index.html

glossary

glossary
  • Junction
  • Dependent patent
  • Filing date
  • Employee inventions
  • Federal Patent Court
  • DEPATIS and DEPATISnet - German Patent Information System
  • Design protection
  • Objection
  • Inventive activity (inventive step)
  • invention
  • EUIPO
  • European Patent Office (EPO)
  • European Patent Convention (EPC)
  • European Patent Organization (EPO)
  • Utility model
  • Intellectual Property Rights
  • Hague Model Convention
  • International Patent Classification (IPC)
  • Locarno classification
  • London Agreement
  • Madrid trademark agreement
  • brand
  • novelty
  • Nullity
  • Disclosure of a patent application
  • Paris Convention
  • patent
  • Claims
  • Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT)
  • Patent family
  • Patent specification
  • Patent infringement
  • Patent exploitation
  • priority
  • Priority date
  • Examination request (patent)
  • State of the art
  • Topographies - semiconductor protection rights
  • TRIPS agreement
  • Traffic validity
  • Compulsory representation
  • Classes of goods and services
  • WIPO



Created: 2010-06

Duden (W3)

Konrad Duden was the namesake for a spelling book

(E?) (L?) Http://www.bfds.de/


(E?) (L1) http://www.br-online.de/podcast/mp3-download/bayern2/mp3-download-podcast-kalenderblatt.shtml
January 3rd, 2006 - Konrad Duden born (January 3rd, 1829)

(E2) (L1) http://www.duden.de/
Lexicons, dictionaries

(E?) (L?) Http://www.duden.de/marke/marke_2.html


(E?) (L?) Http://www.duden-suche.de/


(E?) (L?) Http://www.e-welt.net/bfds_2003/veroeff/archiv/2004-1_S03-05.pdf


(E6) (L1) http://home.meinestadt.de/dudenhofen
Dudenhofen

(E2) (L1) http://www.netzine.de/category/d/


(E?) (L1) http://www.presseportal.de/story.htx?nr=646249
The name of one of the best-known publishers for reference works (especially on the German language) goes back to the founder "Konrad Duden".

The Duden-Verlag site offers, among other things, a crash course on the new spelling, many online articles on everything to do with the German language, as well as information on products and the publisher's catalog.
A brief overview of Konrad Duden's life should not be missing.


The "Duden" celebrates its 125th birthday this year. On July 7th, 1880 "Konrad Dudens" "Complete Orthographic Dictionary of the German Language", the so-called "Urduden", was published by the Bibliographisches Institut in Leipzig.


(E1) (L1) http://www.wortwarte.de/
ready for duden | Internet boys

(E?) (L1) http://www.wasistwas.de/
Konrad Duden - A name becomes a synonym

(E?) (L1) http://www.wasistwas.de/
Duden - the story of an unusual book

(E6) (L1) http://www.weltchronik.de/bio/main.htm
Guest contributions by Cethegus: Duden, Konrad

(E6) (L1) http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Portal_Schrift


E.

Edeka / EDEKA (W3)

In the Lauterstrasse in Berlin-Friedenau in 1898 the merchant Fritz Borrmann founded, together with 20 Berlin merchants, the "purchasing cooperative of colonial goods dealers in the Halle gate district of Berlin", abbreviated to "EdK".

In 1907, 23 purchasing associations merged to form the Association of German Commercial Cooperatives, today's Edeka Association. A few weeks later, several association founders put their demands for a central procurement office into practice. Today's Edeka headquarters began its work with 800 marks starting capital. Four years later, the original organization left the association and the head office with the rights to the word and symbol "EdK", which it had coined, which became "Edeka".

A newspaper article on May 8th, 2021 said:


... In Leipzig in 1907, commercial cooperatives formed the "Purchasing Association of Colonial Goods Dealers" - "E.d.K." for short. - together. Four years later, in 1911, the brand name "Edeka" emerged from the abbreviation.


(E?) (L?) Https://www.blueprints.de/gehirnjogging/akronyme/varta-wmf-dea-edeka.html

"EDEKA" - "Grocery retailers' cooperative" in the Hallesches Torgebiet zu Berlin ("E.d.K.")

The Edeka Group has been the largest association in German retail since 2005, when it took over Spar Handelsgesellschaft.


(E?) (L?) Http://www.edeka.de/


(E?) (L?) Https://www.mundmische.de/synonyme/EDEKA

EDEKA


(E?) (L?) Https://www.owid.de/artikel/180604?pos=3

Edeka


(E?) (L?) Https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liste_von_Unternehmen_mit_Namensherkunftserkl%C3%A4rungen

EDEKA

In 1911 the abbreviation "EdK", "Purchasing Cooperative of Colonial Goods Dealers", became the company and brand name "EDEKA", which is still valid today.


(E1) (L1) http://books.google.com/ngrams/graph?corpus=8&content=Edeka
Query in the Google Corpus with 15Mio. scanned books from 1500 to today.

German "Edeka" appears in literature around 1920.

(E?) (L?) Http://corpora.informatik.uni-leipzig.de/


Created: 2003-01

Created: 2021-05

Eduscho (W3)

The company was founded in Bremen in 1924 by Eduard Schopf (EDUard SCHOpf). In 1997 eduScho was taken over by Tchibo.

EHL (W3)

The company name "EHL" goes back to the family name of the founder "Bernhard Ehl".
The company slogan is "Competence in Stone".

(E?) (L?) Http://www.ehlag.de/

The EHL history
1976
The civil engineer Bernhard Ehl goes into business for himself. He founds EHL-Beton in Kruft near Andernach and takes over a closed pumice plant. Right from the start he starts developing his own, innovative products.
...


Em-eukal (W3)

The sweets get their name from the main ingredients menthol and eucalyptus oil.

endmark
Brand names are created

(E?) (L?) Http://www.endmark.de/
Name revisions are not an isolated case, but show that when naming a product, the identity and similarity with existing trademarks and other property rights must be checked very carefully in order to avoid costly conflicts. Although there have already been many expensive name faux pas, just think of the "Touran", companies and branded goods manufacturers still pay too little attention to the previous examination.
The experts at Cologne-based ENDMARK AG have specialized in the development of creative and, at the same time, legally secure names for companies, products and services. Since the beginning of the nineties, a team of lawyers, researchers and international freelance correspondents has been looking for a needle in the haystack on behalf of large companies, branded companies and agencies. Out of one hundred freely created name suggestions, an average of 99 generate trademark conflicts. So if only one percent manages the legal hurdles, you need a correspondingly large portfolio of proposals in order to also meet the other marketing criteria.

Erato and Terpsichore (W3)

the names of two CD labels are the names of two of the nine Greek muses:
  • Erato, the lovely one
  • Euterpe, the cheerful one
  • Calliope, the beautiful voice
  • Klio, the boasting one
  • Melpomene, the singing one
  • Polyhymnia, the kingdom of hymns
  • Terpsichore, the dance fanatic
  • Thalia, the blooming one
  • Urania, the Heavenly


Erdal (W3)

The shoe polish was originally supposed to be called "Lux". But "Lux" was already protected as a name. The developer Adam Schneider then chose the name of the production site: "Erthalstrasse" in Mainz - in the pronunciation of the Mainz dialect.

ermel
Erik Meltzer
Brands as generic terms

(E?) (L?) Http://www.ermel.org/usenet/desd/marken.txt

This is the collection of brand names that have become independent (to avoid the problematic term "concept monopoly") in the German-speaking area. It originated from the d.e.s.d. thread "Tempo, Maggi and the like". This is version 11 from 01/27/2004. Version 8 was the last list from Markus Gail's keyboard from June 28, 1999, which has now also been entered into this one.


The focus here is on the collection of brands that have become terms. Stories about the origin of the brands can only be found sporadically and in a very limited way.
B.

F.

Fanta
Bamboocha (W2)

(E?) (L?) Http://www.coca-cola-gmbh.de/presse/presstext.jsp?textID=319


(E?) (L?) Http://www.ermel.org/usenet/desd/marken.txt


(E?) (L?) Http://www.fanta.de/


(E?) (L?) Http://www.presseportal.de/story.htx?nr=679673


(E?) (L?) Http://www.slogans.de/magazin_ges.php

...
In order to ensure the continued existence of the German organization, a Coca-Cola team developed a new soft drink "made in Germany" on behalf of Max Keith, the managing director of Coca-Cola GmbH, Essen. The basis: whey - a raw material from quark and cheese production that could be relied on even in times of war. An employee competition led to the name "Fanta", because the new development was "fantastic" and its composition was "imaginative".
...
The theme of the new campaign is "Bamboocha" (pronounced: bambutscha). "Bamboocha" means something like: Be spontaneous and open to new experiences. Savor life and use the many possibilities that are available to you. Fanta has demonstrated this in an inimitable way over the past 65 years.
...


Unfortunately I have not found any indication of where (from which language) "Bamboocha" comes from or whether it is purely an advertising creation.

Another indication says that the imaginative name can also be traced back to the fact that the taste of the fruit depended on the season and was therefore always a surprise.

faql
Word meaning and etymology
brand names

(E?) (L?) Http://faql.de/etymologie.html
  • broiler
  • German
  • Effeff
  • Eigenvector, eigenvalue
  • Privy councilor
  • Pike soup
  • jeep
  • girl
  • bye
  • turks
  • Company names, brands
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Feuerhand (W3)

The "Feuerhand" invented in 1906 by Hermann Nier in Beierfeld, Saxony, was a storm lantern. The naming does not refer to the fact that you have "fire / light in your hand", but to the new use of "hot-dip galvanized sheet metal".

(E?) (L?) Http://www.feuerhand.info/


(E?) (L?) Http://www.reco-feuerhand.de/


Hair dryer (W3)

The brand name for AEG hair dryers is derived from the hair dryer, the downwind at the edge of the Alps.

Fritzbox
Fritz! Box (W3)

The designation "Fritzbox" is ultimately an arbitrary naming. In the company's internal search, "Fritz" was seen as the best chance of awakening a positive buying incentive in the customer. The "story" shows that it was a good choice.

(E?) (L?) Https://www.golem.de/specials/fritz-box/

Fritzbox

The Berlin company AVM calls its router solutions "Fritzbox". Depending on the model, VDSL, WLAN and telephony functions with VoIP and DECT are included. The top model combines gigabit speed in the home network and vectoring technology, and there are also variants for cable and fiber optic connections.
...


(E?) (L?) Https://www.macwelt.de/news/Warum-heisst-Fritzbox-eigentlich-Fritzbox-10610541.html

Why is Fritzbox actually called Fritzbox?

June 14th, 2019, Armin Weiler
...
The roots of the telecommunications and network specialist AVM, founded in Berlin in 1986, lie in ISDN cards, which were initially mainly sold to business customers. After the nationwide introduction of ISDN in Germany, the company also wanted to sell ISDN cards in the consumer segment. In order to overcome the reluctance of consumers, an ISDN card for private end customers with a new branding was brought onto the market in 1995. With a comic-like lettering, a ferret as a mascot and brightly colored packaging, the aim was to stand out from the usual, sober ISDN products.

In the internal search for a proper name, no name was convincing - except for "Fritz". "Fritz" has a strong connection to Berlin, for example through "Alten Fritz", the Prussian king "Friedrich II". In addition, the name should not sound too technical and also embody German workmanship abroad. In the French market, which is less interesting for AVM, one could not score particularly well with "Fritz". The British, on the other hand, appreciate the name, not least because of the certain self-irony that they did not necessarily expect from Germany.

The first external DSL modem was then named "Fritzbox". The resounding success also called the competition on the scene. In 2007 competitor D-Link tried to profit from the brand awareness with the "Horstbox" and to position itself as an alternative to the "Fritzbox". At AVM, "Fritz" now stands for a whole product family that not only includes DSL, cable and LTE routers, but also powerline products, repeaters, switchable sockets and thermostats and DECT telephones.

Hard to believe, but for a while there was also a "Horstbox" on the German router market. We even tested the device.


(E1) (L1) http://books.google.com/ngrams/graph?corpus=8&content=Fritzbox
Query in the Google Corpus with 15Mio. scanned books from 1500 to today.

German "Fritzbox" does not appear significantly in the literature.

(E?) (L?) Http://corpora.informatik.uni-leipzig.de/


Created: 2019-06

G

Galantos (W3)

The company name "Galantos" refers to bot "galanthus nivalis" = "snowdrop".

The botanical name of the snowdrop is made up of the Greek "gala" = "milk", "anthos" = "flower" and "nivalis" = "snow white", "snow". Only Linnaeus assigned the snowdrops to their own genus "Galanthus".

(E?) (L?) Http://www.garten-pur.de/103/Garten-pur_Portal/Stauden/Fruehblueher_-_Geophyten/Schneegloeckchen.htm


(E?) (L?) Http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Etymologische_Liste_von_Untern Firmen names

"Galantos" is derived from "galanthus nivalis", the "snowdrop". The active ingredient "galantamine" contained in it is used as a remedy for Alzheimer's disease.


Created: 2010-06

Crossed blue swords (W3)

The "crossed blue swords" on the Meissen porcelain are the first brand logo. The symbol of the double swords goes back to the "Saxon course swords".

(E?) (L?) Http://www.deutschlandfunk.de/im-zeichen-der-schwerter.871.de.html?dram:article_id=126991

In the sign of the swords

The first European porcelain factory was set up in Meissen 300 years ago

From Sabine Wuttke
...


(E?) (L?) Http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mei%C3%9Fener_Porzellan

...
The crossed swords have become a symbol for the manufactory. The sword mark had prevailed against the AR mark ("Augustus Rex") and the Mercury staff from 1731, when all porcelains from Meissen had to be marked with a mark. To identify goods that are only of limited use in terms of quality, but also to identify so-called white goods, grinding lines are applied to the sword marks after the glaze. The first markings of this kind can be found on parts from around 1764.


Created: 2011-11

Gelomyrtol (W3)

"Gelomyrtol" is often prescribed for respiratory diseases. The capsules consist of a gel-like mass in which a drop of a medicinal product made from essential oils is enclosed. One of the components is the essential "oil myrtol".

Gerstenberg Verlag (W3)

(E?) (L?) Https://secure.gerstenberg.com/gerstenberg-verlag//index.php?url_navi=6

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