A list of the most valuable U.S. trademarks includes: “America” – used to describe the United States and its laws, as well as the nation’s currency, a flag and the name of the state, plus other national symbols and symbols associated with the country.
“Basketball” – to describe basketball, a sport for which the United Kingdom is the most popular.
“American” – a name for the United State.
“America First” – the slogan of President Donald Trump’s campaign in 2016.
“Common Sense” – an anti-abortion ad that was one of the key messages of his presidential campaign.
“Corporate” – meaning it is a company that is part of a larger group.
“Currency” – also a trademark used to identify the value of goods or services.
“Creative” – using a unique or creative idea.
“Dental” – referring to dentistry or orthodontics.
“Finance” – making money by borrowing money from another person or institution.
“Gambling” – gambling.
“Healthcare” – medicine, nursing, dentistry, and other medical services.
“Internet” – refers to the Internet.
“Junk” – junk mail, junk mail packages, or other similar material.
“Jewelry” – jewelry made of precious metals or other materials.
“Law” – legal system, rule of law, legal system principles, or system of laws, usually in the United Nations or some other international body.
“Medical” – medical treatment, surgery, or treatment for a disease or other condition.
“Motor Vehicle” – any vehicle used for moving goods or people, often a truck.
“Office” – office space, such as a cubicle, cubicle desk, or cubicle chair.
“Paper” – paper used to record information or make copies.
“Peanut butter” – butter, sometimes called peanut butter, peanut butter spread, peanut spread bars, or peanut butter cookies.
“Plastic” – materials that are made of plastic, such a plastic wrap, foam insulation, or plastic milk bottles.
“Sports” – sports or other sports, such for a baseball team, football team, basketball team, tennis team, or hockey team.
“Postal” – mail, postage stamps, or similar postal mail.
“Pizza” – pizza, usually referred to as an Italian sausage or sausage roll.
“Radio” – television, radio, radio broadcasting, or any other electronic communication medium.
“Rental” or “rental” (the act of renting a property) – renting a room or a rooming house, usually for the purpose of making a profit or to use as a vehicle to transport goods or materials.
This term can also refer to the purchase of an interest in a property, or to a rental agreement.
“Religious” – relating to religion or belief.
“Road” – generally refers to a road.
“Rock” or a rock-climbing type of rock – a type of granite rock.
“Royalty” – paid royalties to a person, corporation, or government.
“School” – educational institution, school, or related place.
“Space” – including, but not limited to, land, buildings, space, space station, space-related objects, space exploration equipment, or space station equipment.
“Sport” – sport, game, or athletic activity.
“Street” – street, road, street signs, or sidewalks.
“Television” – cable, satellite, and Internet television.
“Technology” – computer technology, including software and software products.
“Transportation” – transportation, including, without limitation, rail, bus, ferry, trolley, streetcar, motor vehicle, or bus.
“United States” – consisting of the states of the United Sates and territories, the District of Columbia, and the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico.
“Visa” – card issued by a credit card company, such that a person can use an American Express card to enter the United Republic of Nations and other international destinations.
“Wall Street” – financial services, investment, and trading activity.
This refers to all types of financial transactions, including stocks, bonds, options, futures contracts, and derivatives.
“Wedding” – celebratory celebration of marriage or other special event.
“Web” – Web site, computer application, or online service.
“World” – geographical area, region, or territory, including the entire world.
“Yacht” – boat, kayak, motor yacht, or boat-like vehicle.
“Zoo” – zoo, or zoo-like institution.