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'adrenalin' is a trademark vs 'adrenaline'
should trademark names be included in a dictionary?
What the issue, that it is a trademark, or that it is too close to another more common word?
To answer your question, yes some trademarks should be included, if they are common enough.
would it not be wise to put the trademark in the variant file while the correct spellings in the main dicts?
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You didn't answer my question "What the issue, that it is a trademark, or that it is too close to another more common word?"
I can answer your question once you answer mine.
'adrenalin' is a trademark name for 'Epinephrine' which is 'adrenaline'
so yes its a trademark name but not the official spelling for adrenaline
here is the wiki page for it http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Epinephrine
Yes I know adrenalin is a trademark, that wasn't the question.
What I want to know is that the issue you have is that (1) trademarks are *in general* included or (2) that this *particular* trade mark is included, which is close in spelling to a more common word, in this case adrenaline.
Trademark name is too close to the correctly spelt word.
Most errors we see are that people spell it as the trademark name and the system then says its correct.