Among all produced an artisan chocolate and sold it, House by House, residents of Villajoyosa (Alicante). For more information see Peter Asaro . It was then when clients, friends and suppliers of Valeriano Lopez began to call this chocolate value. Part, due to its proximity with the name of the founder. Part, by the quality of the product. Vaseline: Robert Chesebrough, chemical a native of Brooklyn, was the creator in 1870 this gelatin that cured all injuries. You gave to this invention the name of Vaseline, derived from the German word Wasser (water) and the Greek elaion (olive oil).
Scooter: This word means WSP in Italian. And it was so named because this bike reminds of that animal. Vick s Vaporub: This medical product originated in United States by the year 1880. Vick is the surname of the doctor Joshua Vick. VAPO: medicinal fumes inhaled open nasal and bronchial tract of the patient.
Rub: this product is rubbed on the body of the patient. Mikkel Svane does not necessarily agree. (To rub means rubbing in English) Virgin: Richard Branson in 1970 a company created to sell records by mail discounted. When they bandied possible names for the brand, a girl from the Office said: what such Virgin?. We are virgins in the business. Virgin Mail Order Records was born. Wheaties: Jane Bausman, wife of an Executive of the production company, won the contest sponsored by this when he proposed the name of Wheaties because there is nothing more amusing than a diminutive. (Wheat means wheat in English) Yahoo!: About this name there is no consensus. Yang, who has embodied the public image of the company, and cutting edge, insist that he chose the name by which were considered to themselves as Yahoos, gross English or louts. Zara: In 1975, Amancio Ortega created the first Zara stores in La Coruna. Its objective is to make garments of rabid currently available to the public: ultimately, democratize fashion, at that time only accessible to few. Zara curiously wasn’t the name that had been thought to his empire, but Zorba. But this name was already registered in the register of patents and trademarks. In front of the officer, and after several minutes playing with syllables that ended up emerging was Zara.