Some ideas that I came up with:
Doldory - from the romanian word doldora which means abundance. I was thinking something like the horn of (knowledge) abundance.
Knowflake - from snowflake, but it might sound too much like snowflake
Inapod - in-a-pod, like together
WaveRig - made-up word that would literally mean to rig a wave. I’ve always seen information and knowledge as a wave, or water or something the flows. The challenge comes when you want to structure it properly, in a specific desired way… to rig it.
Origami - as already known, the art of folding paper. Paper → docs → files. Folding → Using something existent to create something else (as you do with stored knowledge)
Foldity - continuing from the idea of folding, I’ve made up a substantive that tries to contain everything that can be fold → every piece of knowledge that can be used = a knowledge base
Archeon - from archetype
Archefy - made up verb meant to mean to make something an archetype
Sempreno - sempre means forever. I was going for SempreNote but it’s way too long and so I settled for sempreno which would direct to durability, long lasting knowledge.
Noteling - it’s inspired from the way Darkling or Earthling sounds, supposed to mean related to notes. I think it sounds kind of cute.
Verity - defined as a true principle or belief, especially one of fundamental importance. I think this stands very well for well-researched knowledge.
Everity - combining ever with verity
Tandem or Tandemo - tandem means together, but may seem like we are a social or dating site
Garner or Garnery - from the verb to garner = to gather or collect (something, especially information or approval). It may sound too much like Gardner…
Beekon - from the word beacon = a light or fire in a place that is easy to see, such as on the top of a hill. Also, we have the phrase “ a beacon of humanity ” which means a shining example of humanity. I was thinking it might work if we are thinking of ethical knowledge management cause it implies, well, ethicality, and overview.
Orbital - it comes from atomic orbital which is a function describing the location and wave-like behavior of an electron in an atom. It’s pretty scientific, still self-explanatory, it does imply beauty because of its connection to planet orbits and send to the idea of diving deep into knowledge till you reach the atoms of it.
Orbeetle - comes from the word orbital, obviously. Orbeetle is actually a pokemon that is famous for its high intelligence and psychic abilities . This may seem silly as a product name, but it’s highly connected to information and beetles are generally known for their very durable exoskeletons. I find beetles, especially the blue milkweed beetle (which was always connected to magical stuff), pretty nice, but I understand if this is subjective
Cadabra - from abracadabra, implies something magical
Zora - well, for me it has a double origin. Sora or Zora means sky in japanese. It’s pretty, it’s simple. The second origin, but the first that came to my mind, is the Zora tribe from a very popular Nintendo game (The Legends of Zelda: BOTW) which was revolved around water. Their entire kingdom was all about water flowing and waterfalls and it was incredibly beautiful. As I said before, i see knowledge as water and so I felt this would work well.
Paperton - paper (docs, files) + ton (suffix that implies a group of people or a town)
Scribian - from scrib ( the Latin root word scrib and its variant script both mean “write), but in a way elevated because of its suffix
will come back on this if something else pops into my mind