And God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness: and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over the cattle, and over all the earth, and over every creeping thing that creepeth upon the earth.
Adam is a common masculine given name. The personal name Adam derives from the Hebrew noun ha adamah, meaning "the ground" or "earth." It is still a Hebrew given name, and its Quranic and Biblical usage has ensured that it is also a common name in all countries which draw on these traditions. It is particularly common in Scotland.
If you plan to name your expected baby boy "Adam," you might want to consider a variant spelling, unless you are fabulously wealthy and the owner of Adam.com is willing to sell (not likely).
We rather like "Adaam," a variant spelling for this popular boy's first name. Also, if you Google "Adaam," you will clearly see that this spelling is already in use as a first name. So you have the opportunity to gift your off spring with a one-of-a-kind dotcom first name, a name that seems to be gaining some momentum on its own terms.
"Adaam" would also make a fine company or brand name for a product or service; it's short, catchy, and striking. In addition, "A" names are popular simply because they are the first letter category in directories (behind numbers, of course, which tend to be problematic for company names).
If you plan to air radio spots, this name would pass the the radio pronunciation test if your announcer spells out the name ("A-d-a-a-m-dot-com"), which should not be that much of a problem, given its short length. However, "Adaam" is primarily a visual name, perfect for internet, TV, and print media.
"Adaam" and its variations (Ad aam, Ada am, and A daam), do not appear in the USPTO.gov data bases.
Price: Negotiation (opening offer = $10,000)
(Negotiated price includes domain and logo.)