By simply de-voicing the affricates that bookend the active vowels of the name George, the folks at Mowden Flannery Naming produced a name that is quite astonishing: Tchortch. The name surprises the listener by sounding oddly more complex than George despite being phonetically simpler. Perhaps this aural illusion is due to Tchortch’s impressive consonant-to-vowel ratio, which positively dwarf’s that of George. It’s no wonder this name took home 1st prize in the Most Original Name category at NameFest 2015, putting Mowden Flannery on the map.
“Tchortch is still insisting on wearing the cape.”