In the advanced domain search form, you can specify any of the fields below in your searches. In the basic domain search form, only those fields shown in red can be specified. None of the fields are required. Just fill in the fields that you need to in order to find the domain you want.
Note that the sld is the left hand part of the domain name (such as "namethreads" in namethreads.com)
The tld is the domain extension (such as "com" in namethreads.com)
Here is the meaning of the fields:
Domain: enter any string that should be contained in the domain name
Sld: enter any string that should be contained in the left hand part of the domain name
Tld: enter part or all of the domain extension. For example if you enter "com" it will match any tlds containing the string "com" such as .com, .company, .com.br etc. If you only want to search for .com domains, enter "[com]"
Length: the number of characters in the sld
#Alpha: the number of letters in the sld
#Digits: the number of digits in the sld. Specify a maximum of zero if you want only domain names containing no numbers.
#Hyphens: the number of hyphens in the sld. Specify a maximum of zero if you want domain names containing no hyphens.
CVN Pattern: the pattern of consonants, vowels, hypens and numerals in the sld. C indicates a consonant, V indicates a vowel, - indicates a hyphen and N indicates a digit. For example, if you enter "[CVCV]" it indicates that the sld must contain 4 letters, a consonant followed by a vowel followed by a consonant followed by another vowel. "NN]" would find domains ending with two consecutive digits.
#Western: the number of letters commonly used in English in the sld. (Any letter except for JKQVWXYZ)
#Chinese: the number of letters that are commonly Chinese Pinyin initials in the sld. (Any letter except for AEIOUV)
#Not 0,4: the number of digits thought to be lucky in China in the sld. (Any digit except for 0 and 4)
Domain Line: this is taken from body of the opening post of the thread in Namepros and is the contents of the line where the domain was stated. It might tell you information such as the expiry date or the BIN price of the domain.
Thread Title: The title of the thread where the domain was mentioned
Category: the forum category of the thread in Namepros , for example "auction" or "buy now"
#Replies: number of replies the thread has in Namepros
#Views: number of views the thread has in Namepros
User Name: Namepros user name of the person who created the thread.
Thread Start Date: date the namepros thread was started
Latest Post Date: date of the latest reply to the thread
Thread url: url of the thread
Opening Post: you can search for any text contained in the opening post of the thread