Domain Inferno

Browse recently expired, pronounceable domain names

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Zack Shapiro
Zack Shapiro@zackshapiro · Director of Engineering at BUMP (YC W18)
Thanks to this site, I now know that syrupysex.com is open. Thanks Product Hunt! 👊
Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
@zackshapiro I'm tempted to check this domain on the wayback time machine but it's probably best I don't.
Zack Shapiro
Zack Shapiro@zackshapiro · Director of Engineering at BUMP (YC W18)
@rrhoover It's a trap
Kevin Ko
Kevin Ko@kokev · Software Engineer, SF
Nice! I wish there were a way to be more flexible with constraints, e.g. I wouldn't mind 6-character domains either. In general I wish there were more domain name tools like these that just showed you what was short and available in .com. It's easier to just find a project name off of that rather than come up with your own names, invariably wasting your time searching for occupied deviations of it.
David Shaw
David Shaw@dshaw_ · CISO, Security Researcher, Explorer
@kokev It's not *exactly* what you're looking for, but Short Domain Search and Lean Domain Search can save a lot of time when trying to find a product name with an associated domain. I know I've wasted hours looking for something with a reasonable TLD available.
Adam Cudworth
Adam Cudworth@adamcudworth · iOS @ SwiftKey. Founder @ Ekho.
Nice idea, but I've hardly seen any that are pronounceable let alone "100% pronounceability"
Saif Ajani
Saif Ajani@saif_ajani · Cofounder, Keyhole.co
just getting a hostgator page now. is that ironic?
Nick Haase
Nick Haase@nickatloot · Co-founder, Startup Drugz
RIP Domain Inferno