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About This Username Generator

The regular random username generator lets you generate lists of usernames made up of words picked from lists of categories.

However, most of the time people want a username which is personal, and that means something to them.

With this tool, you can enter your own word, and then pick from the list of categories to generate usernames made up of your typed word and random words from the username category you select - or just select any word at random if you leave the category set to 'Random Category'.

Once you've submitted the form, you can then choose from a load of additional options, such as choosing the starting letter, username length, the position of your word, and so on.


Varied and Interesting Options

Check Availability

You can click on a username and check if it's available across a number of social media websites such as Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Youtube etc.

Favourites

Additionally, you can click a heart next to a username to add it to your favourites - so you can build up a collection and save them later on, or go to the favourites page and check their availability from there.

If you don't like the hearts getting in the way of the list of results, click the 'toggle' button to hide the hearts.

Sort

Click on the sort button to display the results list in a model window, and then sort them alphabetically, or by length.

Bells and whistles

If you click on the Show Bells and Whistles option, there are a load of useful options, such as:

  • Nice Font
    • Display the username with a nice font on a pretty background colour
  • Plural 1st / 2nd Word
    • Stick an `s` on the end of the first or second component word of the username
  • Reverse
    • Reverse the words in the username so that cartnose becomes traceson
  • Spoonerise
    • Spoonerisms - what fun! If you choose this option, then cartnose becomes nartcose
  • Filter Text
    • Include text you want your username results to include, and once you type in something, select if that should appear anywhere in the word, or at the start or end...

Passphrase Generator

I've used the same word list I used for the username generators to make a passphrase generator. If you want a memorable passphrase / password, give it a try. There's some background on the page about the process too.