Are you having a hard time coming up with the right Discord username or server name? If you are looking for cool Discord names then keep reading as I go over the best Discord name generators to help give you some great name ideas!
Best Discord Name Generators
- Welder’s Name Generator
- Business Name Generator
- Vadoo TV
- ETC Gamer
Let’s dive into each of these generators in more detail.
- Best Ai name generation available
- All names are very unique
- Generation is fun because you describe your server
- Gives a long list of names, not just one
- Cannot specify parameters like keywords and first letters
- Some names repeat with slight variations like spacing, so list is not as long as it appears
- Generates a list of names using an organic description
- Ai name generation
There are a few different Ai name generators on this list with similar functionality to Welder’s Name Generator.
The generators have you describe your channel (in this case Discord Server) and then they generate names based off of your description.
Welder’s stands out because it has the best generation that actually uses your whole description and not just a couple of key words. The names are all unique, although some of them are a bit more creative than others.
You still may have to generate names a couple of times to find a good one, but all-in-all, Welder’s is the easiest way to find a unique name for your Discord server / account that will certainly grab some attention.
- Highly customizable
- Checks domains for you if you want a website as well
- One of the longest lists of any name generation bot
- Easy to use
- Industries are all preset, can’t enter your own
- Business / podcast centered so some names may need altered
- Generates list of names based off of keyword(s) and Industry (category)
- Checks domains
- Can set word count, keywords, and rhyming
Business name generator is another really great option, even if it is technically for business names, not Discord names.
This generator won’t be very useful for your Discord username, but it will be amazing for generating server names.
I entered “Streamer” for example and got back really cool names like “Impulse Streaming” – and that was without any industry selected.
Overall, this is a bit more customizable than Welder’s, but takes a little more creativity since you have to figure out the best keywords and industries to select.
- Lots of fields / parameters to use and customize (name, hobbies, important words, etc.)
- Very robust and customizable
- Generates a ton of usernames every spin
- Lets you check whether the usernames are taken on multiple platforms
- Sometimes it seems like not all fields are being used
- May take a few spins to find a good name
- Mostly useful for usernames, not server names
- Enter keywords, important words, and more that are all used to generate a list of names
- Checks whether generated names are available on multiple platforms
- Rhyming and exact words can be set on / off
SpinXO is one of the most popular name generators. It’s used for many platforms like Twitch, Youtube, etc. so it has had a lot of work put into it to make it as good as it is.
The previous entries on this list mostly focused on a description or a couple of keywords, then generated server names based off of those.
SpinXO is more geared towards usernames using a lot of fields; keywords, important words, nicknames, etc.
A lot of these names actually do a good job of incorporating the values you entered, and they generate really unique and personal names, which is why SpinXO continues to be the best Discord username generator.
- Most fun username generator
- Usernames are much more random than other generators
- Easy to use, not overwhelming
- Can be used for Discord usernames and server names
- Checks many platforms for whether the name is taken
- Some names are too predictable or just combine your keyword with a category (this could also be what you want)
- Two categories, a keyword, and a few other options for generating names
- Generates a long list of names
- Checks whether name is taken on many platforms
Jumpix is one of my favorite name generators because, while the names are all a lot more random than the generators above, the names are also a lot more fun.
Jumpix is the first generator on this list that can be used for usernames and Discord server names rather easily.
You can enter a keyword, specify where you want it to show up, and select two categories (or leave everything random), and get back a huge list of crazy names.
- Really easy to use
- Great looking website
- Incorporates all key words into generation
- Really creative names
- Some names stray pretty far from the keywords provided
- Only used for Discord servernames – not usernames
- Uses Ai to generate a list of names based off of your description
The first thing you may notice is that Riverside is for podcasts, technically, however it can definitely be used for Discord server names because they share very similar traits with podcasts.
Both name-types need to be eye catching, to the point, and unique. Riverside does a great job of generating names that fit the bill. They will grab everyone’s attention, while also letting everyone know what your server is about.
Riverside compares to Welder’s name generator, except Welder does a better job of incorporating your full description, while Riverside just takes a couple keywords and generates names based off of them.
Which Ai name generator you choose will really come down to your needs and preferences.
- Lots of options to play with and customize
- Generates a lot of names to choose from
- UI is easy to use
- Better for usernames than for Discord server names
- Doesn’t check whether the names are taken
- Set length, gender, and a few other options
- Generates a long list based off of your parameters
NGenerators is very similar to SpinXO, I just find that SpinXO is a bit more customizable. NGenerators generates more than just usernames, though, so you can also use it to come up with some channel names for your server and things like that.
I probably wouldn’t use NGenerators for a full server name, because it mostly just puts two random words together when it generates anything other than usernames / gamertags.
So, NGenerators is a nice option for a Discord name generator, but if you need a Discord server name generator, you should use Welder’s or Business Name Generator.
7. Vadoo TV
- Ai generator makes for very unique names
- Can be used for usernames and Discord server names
- Easy to use
- Only takes keywords so not as robust as Welder’s
- Ignores some keywords
- Uses Ai to generate names based off of keywords
Vadoo TV is similar to Welder’s at the top of this list because both name generators use an Ai to generate the names.
However, Welder’s is at the top while Vadoo TV is down here because Welder’s does a much better job of incorporating everything you say into the names.
When I used Vadoo, for example – I used the keywords “Valorant” and “Coffee”, yet most of the names were based around coffee.
Vadoo TV works great if you only want one word incorporated into your server name or Discord username.
The names are all unique and catchy. If you want more customization, though, then go with Welder’s or even SpinXO.
- Can be used for Discord usernames and server names
- Easiest name generator to use
- Extremely simple
- May be way too simple for some people as the names are completely random (no key words)
- Cannot save names, so if you accidentally click the generate button, your name will be lost forever
- Generates random names at the click of a button
VloggingHero is very different from the other generators on this list and it may be better or worse depending on your needs.
If you’re starting 100% from scratch and have no clue what you want your name to look like, VloggingHero can generate some awesome places to start.
However, if you know you want your name to have a specific word in it or be themed around a specific category, VloggingHero is not for you.
VloggingHero doesn’t just drop random words that are irrelevant to a Discord server or username. The names that are generated are actually really unique and themed around being usernames, Youtube Channel names, and of course Discord server names.
So VloggingHero is by far the most simple Discord name generator on this list, but it’s far from the worst!
- Easy to use
- Lots of categories to choose from
- Symbols included
- Can be used for server names and Discord names
- UI is not clean or easy to look at
- Generate names based on categories (boy names, girl names, etc.)
- Choose first letter(s) / keywords
Nickfinder isn’t the easiest on the eyes but it really does a decent job at generating great Discord usernames and servernames.
We’ll talk about ETC Gamer in a second, but these are the only two generators that actually add cool symbols to Discord names.
While symbols aren’t necessarily something you’ll want in a Twitch or Youtube name, they’re really cool and popular with Discord names because people won’t be discovering you or your server via Search most of the time.
So if you want some cool symbols in your name AND a cool generator, Nickfinder is the way to go. If symbols aren’t important and you want more robust generation, then look at something like SpinXO.
10. ETC Gamer
- One of the only generators to incorporate symbols
- Easy to use
- Only adds symbols to your name so you will need to create the name (or use another generator first)
- Adds unique and random symbols to your Discord server and usernames.
ETC Gamer is pretty cool, but it can’t really be used by itself. Symbols are a great way to help your server or your username stand out (although it can also make it hard for people to search for you).
ETC Gamer has a lot of cool symbols and when I played with it, it actually added them in pretty nice spots that made my names aesthetically pleasing.
As I mentioned, you’ll definitely need to pair ETC Gamer with a name generator like Welder’s, SpinXO, or Jumpix.
But overall it deserves a spot on this list because it’s a great generator for making your Discord name stand out.
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