Alternative Titles: Nakama

Myth YKTTWNakama Nakamania
Alternative Titles Single Proposition
Alternative Titles: Nakama
Vote up names you like, vote down names you don't. Whether or not the title will actually be changed is determined with a different kind of crowner (the Single Proposition crowner). This one just collects and ranks alternative titles.
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+265 (yeas:501 nays:236)
True Companions actually means this trope, has a lot of historical use.
+130 (yeas:298 nays:168)
Unshakable Fellowship Quick, memorable, and gets the point across very effectively.
+100 (yeas:202 nays:102)
Friends Like Family: Basically gives the trope definition in three words.
+66 (yeas:207 nays:141)
Trusted Comrades actually means this trope
+48 (yeas:172 nays:124)
Fellowship - Clear, concise, has Tolkien connotations but has other uses, describes the trope well
+36 (yeas:113 nays:77)
Thicker Than Blood - A phrase for a bond that goes beyond simple friendship and transcends even the relationship of blood relatives.
+25 (yeas:119 nays:94)
Stalwart Companions—Is in use, concise and clear, and "companions" doesn't have the connotations that "crew" can have.
-6 (yeas:61 nays:67)
Camaraderie Short and catchy, describes comradeship and a spirit of trust.
-5 (yeas:13 nays:18)
All For One - so well-recognised, it's used for the trope image and its caption, and I find it unlikely that there's a single person who sees this and doesn't immediately think "And One For All"
-6 (yeas:2 nays:8)
-7 (yeas:3 nays:10)
duplicate; the add crowner option is not the reply box
-10 (yeas:37 nays:47)
-9 (yeas:13 nays:22)
Like Family - Simple and accurate, already a redirect
-9 (yeas:3 nays:12)
The best new title would be "Band of Brothers", which already exists.

How many names for snow do you need?
-10 (yeas:8 nays:18)
Tight Knit Crew: Crew, because it denotes a group of people with a common goal, and tight knit because, well they are.
-13 (yeas:44 nays:57)
Family Of Friends — Simple but descriptive. The casual visitor should be able to pick up on the trope's meaning right away.
-11 (yeas:13 nays:24)
Constant Companions - alliterative appeal, "constant" suggests they're always around each other, also means steadfast and "to stand together" in Latin.
-11 (yeas:3 nays:14)
Merge with Band of Brothers.
-14 (yeas:71 nays:85)
Coterie- Group of people who identifiy closely, or an exclusive group. Describes the trope well, and has few other meanings.
-12 (yeas:25 nays:37)
Family of Choice — established term for "Those people I feel like family about but who I'm not related to by blood." fairly widespread use in Real Life.
-12 (yeas:30 nays:42)
-12 (yeas:2 nays:14)
The Them - A Good Omens reference, the name of a group of friends who stood together at the end of the world.
-13 (yeas:56 nays:69)
Kith has a definition encompassing both friends and family(and an etymology favoring the latter) and is out of use enough that a slight stretching of the connotations should go unnoticed. Should also be a nigh-perfect drop-in replacement.
-13 (yeas:9 nays:22)
-13 (yeas:2 nays:15)
How about the title "Family is More than Blood"
-16 (yeas:38 nays:54)
Friends Beyond Measure — Clear and concise. Demonstrates the concept well in only three words. Not attached to any particular fandom, and isn't a made-up word, nor an obscure word.
-14 (yeas:8 nays:22)
Closer Than Family - Implies staying together without blood relation.
-14 (yeas:1 nays:15)
The add crowner option is not the reply box.
-19 (yeas:24 nays:43)
Inseparable Comrades - Covers the entire meaning.
-16 (yeas:19 nays:35)
Ohana- Has mainstream recognization, keeps the format of the old trope while being less esoteric and fits the definition theme wise. Already an existing redirect for Nakama
-16 (yeas:3 nays:19)
Brothers From Another Mother — Comes from a ready-existing phrase usually detailing a good friend/friends as close to you as a brother (or sister), but not related to you in any way, which describes Nakama in a nutshell. The name itself is also quite memorable and catchy, mostly due to how well it rhymes.
-17 (yeas:25 nays:42)
In All But Blood: ElfQuest reference. Describes the trope effectively enough.
-17 (yeas:0 nays:17)
The add crowner option is not the reply box.
-17 (yeas:4 nays:21)
The N Musketeers: Since they're the best example of the trope, and anyone can put in a number for N...
-17 (yeas:0 nays:17)
I'd like to see a new title that has the word "brothers" or "brotherhood" included (for obvious reasons).

I never saw the movie or read the book, but would "Ya Ya Sisterhood" work, too?
-18 (yeas:266 nays:284)
Framily — Portmanteau of the two basic concepts of "friends" as "family." Concise and memorable. Shows up in buzzword and online dictionaries with the meaning we want.
-20 (yeas:25 nays:45)
Ohana - Already a redirect
-18 (yeas:17 nays:35)
The Fellowship: Same advantages as "fellowship", definite article removes at least some of the ambiguity.
-18 (yeas:3 nays:21)
-18 (yeas:4 nays:22)
Ka-Tet - exact same thing, but only exists in The Dark Tower series by Stephen King
-20 (yeas:7 nays:27)
-23 (yeas:26 nays:49)
Trusted Coterie- same as "Coterie" but with "Trusted" to give the reader a better idea of what the trope is if they don't know what "Coterie" means, and to emphasise trust in the group.
-23 (yeas:19 nays:42)
Tight Knit Friends: Describes the trope accurately
-21 (yeas:14 nays:35)
Mates/Mateship — Actually means this trope, is a single word, and Mates can be used exactly the same way as Nakama. Comes from Aussie slang.
-21 (yeas:11 nays:32)
Comradely Coterie- Has some Added Alliterative Appeal.
-21 (yeas:9 nays:30)
Chosen Family: Succinct.
-22 (yeas:14 nays:36)
-22 (yeas:1 nays:23)
-25 (yeas:23 nays:48)
Boon Companions — Has the bonus of actually meaning what the trope is about.
-25 (yeas:20 nays:45)
Inseparable Friends — To the point. Gets the idea across.
-25 (yeas:18 nays:43)
Nigh Inseparable Comrades: They do break up from time to time, after all
-23 (yeas:3 nays:26)
-23 (yeas:2 nays:25)
-26 (yeas:15 nays:41)
Ignore this.
-26 (yeas:25 nays:51)
The Wolfpack — "Four of us wolves, running around the desert together, in Las Vegas, looking for strippers and cocaine. So tonight, I make a toast!"
-27 (yeas:17 nays:44)
Stalwart Crew - common phrase, means exactly this
-25 (yeas:2 nays:27)
Were Family No Relation (We're Family, No Relation) — sums it up pretty well
-26 (yeas:19 nays:45)
Band of Brothers. - (The current name of a different trope Band of Brothers) How has that not been suggested before now?
-26 (yeas:7 nays:33)
-26 (yeas:4 nays:30)
Duplicate, ignore.
-26 (yeas:4 nays:30)
Non-Family Family sounds okay.
-26 (yeas:1 nays:27)
-29 (yeas:12 nays:41)
With You Till The End — emphasizes the unbreakable nature
-29 (yeas:15 nays:44)
The Ties That Bind — Also refers to WHAT keeps these people together.
-29 (yeas:6 nays:35)
Kindred - Pros: Refers to a group that is either family or like family, as in "kindred spirits." Pros: Easily to search and recognizable. Cons: Maybe too much emphasis on family.
-33 (yeas:8 nays:41)
Nevermind, vote down.
-33 (yeas:15 nays:48)
Wolfpack — Alternative to The Wolfpack that fits with the common usage of Nakama.
-33 (yeas:11 nays:44)
-32 (yeas:10 nays:42)
-31 (yeas:4 nays:35)
Tight- often used to describe the relationship by those within or outside of
-31 (yeas:3 nays:34)
Real Friends. Real friends are like faniliy
-31 (yeas:1 nays:32)
-36 (yeas:16 nays:52)
Coterie of Comradely Companions — Clever, witty sounding, gets the idea across, and has the Added Alliterative Appeal effect.
-36 (yeas:7 nays:43)
To The Bitter End — What many of the examples sadly result in
-36 (yeas:5 nays:41)
-34 (yeas:6 nays:40)
Crew - Face it, that's what Nakama means.
-38 (yeas:10 nays:48)
Mistake. Ignore.
-36 (yeas:13 nays:49)
What Do You Mean They Arent Family: Conveys the collective nature and inherent emotional bonds
-36 (yeas:2 nays:38)
N-Man Band
-40 (yeas:5 nays:45)
Shoulder Buddies — different take on "bosom buddies" highlighting the "stand side by side on the line" nature of the trope.
-40 (yeas:5 nays:45)
Shoulder Soldiers — catchy (if not hard to say), and explains it pretty well
-38 (yeas:5 nays:43)
You Mess With Me You Mess With All Of Us, because it shows how deeply the people in this trope care about each other.
-41 (yeas:26 nays:67)
True Trusted Unshakable Framrademigohanakamadiereesh beyond Measure -

PRO: it's a little bit of everything. Tons of prior use. See Google Results here

CON: looks like someone fell asleep of the keyboard. CON: and a pain in the ass to type
-41 (yeas:8 nays:49)
-39 (yeas:17 nays:56)
Nothing's Able to Kill A Mateship-Alliance - the Just for Fun (with acronyms) equivalent. I'll admit, I screwed up with the last two letters, but still. (The last was supposed to be "Alliance", with the "M" standing for an adjective for the last "A")
-42 (yeas:5 nays:47)
More Than Friends — Well, they are. Additional connotation is a plus.
-41 (yeas:10 nays:51)
Ka-Tet: Reference to Stephen King's The Dark Tower; the definition is this trope.
-44 (yeas:2 nays:46)
Love Is Required Like Is Optional — Not all of them LIKE each other...
-44 (yeas:3 nays:47)
Because Youre Us — Explains the basics of the trope right up front.
-44 (yeas:3 nays:47)
-45 (yeas:4 nays:49)
Ducks Fly Together — Referential
-45 (yeas:9 nays:54)
Brohana—Well, if Friendmigo is on here, we might as well give its cooler cousin a chance! (For what it's worth, "ohana" means "family" in Hawaiian and was used to describe this trope in Lilo & Stitch, and is currently a redirect.)
-47 (yeas:24 nays:71)
Friendmigo - Just made it up a few days ago. Sounds awesome but doesn't clearly describe trope.
-47 (yeas:3 nays:50)
One of Us — honestly fits this trope better than the one that already inhabits it.
-48 (yeas:11 nays:59)
You Can Pick Your Family - based on a well-known idiom. Describes friendship close as or closer than family.
-48 (yeas:2 nays:50)
Risk Re Ward (would be "Risk, re: Ward") — in it together, taking ridiculous risks why? Because.
-48 (yeas:3 nays:51)
Bloodier Brothers — Takes "I'd take a bullet for you" to a new level, implies a connection stronger than blood brothers.
-49 (yeas:6 nays:55)
Fremily — Similar to Framily, but sounds slightly better. Name comes from "Friend-Family", like "Framily".
-50 (yeas:3 nays:53)
Wolfpacked — Alternative to The Wolfpack
-51 (yeas:3 nays:54)
Going Down With The Crew — variant on the common phrase "going down with the ship", with emphasis on the crew/togetherness
-53 (yeas:4 nays:57)
Welcome To The Crew — Pretty straightforward.
-55 (yeas:7 nays:62)
Camaradarie Of Comrades Covers the meaning, but is the definition of redundant
-61 (yeas:11 nays:72)
Super Homies accurately describes the concept and has bonus humor value
-65 (yeas:4 nays:69)
True Framily helps avoid the common "friends and family" meaning of Framily
-69 (yeas:2 nays:71)
Jaynes — (reference to Jayne in Firefly, who despite an offer he couldn't refuse to betray the rest of the crew, refused)
-73 (yeas:13 nays:86)
Jeesh word from the very popular Ender's Game which exactly describes this trope, but is somewhat obscure
-75 (yeas:5 nays:80)
Our Friends Are Different Then use any word we feel like.
-77 (yeas:8 nays:85)
Friend pretty accurate if you ask me.
-95 (yeas:11 nays:106)
Bosom Buddies accurate description of the trope, plus it has "bosom" in it, heh-heh
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Total number of votes: 8559

Myth YKTTWNakama Nakamania
Alternative Titles Single Proposition