These sites will tell you possible Chinese meanings for your acronym domains.
I shared with you a couple of months ago how to use tools to find Chinese meanings of acronym domains. Many of these Chinese phrases can then be used as brands.
Unfortunately, the site at JSCXC .com appears to be no longer active. Fortunately, I have found two alternative sites that serve the same purpose.
The first one is BLXQX.com. Its design is very similar to JSCXC .com so you can use it in the same way.
Ignore the Chinese placeholder in the search box. Just enter an acronym and click the 查询 (check) button. For example, searching for “LTE” gives 37 Chinese phrases such as 老头儿 (Lao Tou Er = old man) and 绿天鹅 (Lu Tian E = green swan).
By the way, what is the meaning of BLXQX? I had no idea, so I asked BLXQX.com and it gave one answer only: 八零小俏媳 (Ba Ling Xiao Qiao Xi) which probably means “80 young charming daughter-in-laws”. The website developer should have included its real meaning.
The other one is DJ146.com (again, I don’t understand what the name “DJ146” has to do with what the site does).
Leave all settings at their defaults. Similarly, ignore the Chinese placeholder in the search box. Just enter an acronym and click the综合查 (comprehensive check) button. Searching for “LTE” gives the same number of results as BLXQX.com.
For the rest of the discussion, please read the original article “Use these two tools to find Chinese meanings of acronym domains” and learn how to use Yabla to translate Chinese phrases found in the search results.