Wordmark vs. Trademark

Wordmark vs. Trademark — Is There a Difference?
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Difference Between Wordmark and Trademark

Wordmarknoun

A trademark consisting of a word or text sequence used to identify a company or product, for example.

Trademarknoun

Abbr. TM A name, symbol, or other device used to identify and promote a product or service, especially an officially registered name or symbol that is thereby protected against use by others.

Wordmarknoun

(marketing) A logotype; a standardized graphic representation of the name of a company or product used for purposes of easy identification. It is is often text with unique typographic or graphical treatment.

Trademarknoun

A distinctive characteristic by which a person or thing comes to be known

the snicker that became the comedian's trademark.

Wordmarknoun

(computing) A bit in each memory location on some variable-word-length computers (e.g. IBM 1401, IBM 1620) used to mark the end of a word.

Trademarkverb

To label (a product) with proprietary identification.

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Trademarkverb

To register (something) as a trademark.

Trademarkadjective

(informal) distinctive, characteristic, signature

Trademarknoun

A word, symbol, or phrase used to identify a particular company's product and differentiate it from other companies' products.

Trademarknoun

Any proprietary business, product or service name.

Trademarknoun

The aspect for which someone or something is best known; a hallmark or typical characteristic.

Trademarkverb

To register something as a trademark.

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Trademarkverb

To so label a product.

Trademarknoun

a distinctive characteristic or attribute

Trademarknoun

a formally registered symbol identifying the manufacturer or distributor of a product