" I myself I devised the name. The letter " K" it had been always my favorite. It seems strong, incisive. It was question to make a great number of combinations of letters to form words that began or finished with " K". And the result was " KODAK". I bequeath: The roots of I bequeath are in Denmark, where Ole Kirk Christiansen began in 1932 to construct wood articles.
Between products scissors stairs were included, tables to iron and toys. Ole observed good perspective for these last ones. It was concentrated in it and it gave the name him his work: I bequeath, a combination of the Danish words: " Leg godt" , that means " to play bien". Levi" s: The first Levi" s was clothes of the miners of San Francisco, towards 1850. One was petos of loneta brown that the Bavarian emigrant Levi Strauss had made to them. Linux: This computer science operating system is called thus by its first developer, Linus Torvald, with a change of " s" by " x" in honor to Unix, the operating system (leader in the world of the great servants) from which comes.
Lois: The Spanish manufacturers of this cattle clothes tried to give a French touch to the denomination of their mark. They thought that " Lois" " was the translation of the masculine name; Luis" , to this language. When in fact he is " Louis". Lucky Strike: Its creator, doctor R.A. Patterson, associated its tobacco with the Californian gold prospectors. From the name of " arose there; Lucky Strike" or " blow of suerte". Mafalda: Cinchona created this comic strip like advertising support for a company of electric home appliances. The name of Mafalda tried to remember the name of the mark. Handle: Isak Andic, proprietor of this fashionable company/signature, had all preparation for its launching: the store of Stroll of Grace on the verge of abrir, the merchandise, the personnel, the authorizations, It only needed the name.