If you wanted to set up a new Trotskyist party in Britain it’s likely you would choose the first word of its title from the following traditional options
workers, revolutionary, united, or socialist
You’d probably want the last word of the title to be either
party, tendency, front or league
If you were a little nouveau you could go for the option of having a triple-word title to assuage your insecurity. Any of the words in the first section could be joined together to give you, by way of example
United Revolutionary Party or Workers Socialist Party
Either demonstrates a good combination of the reassuringly traditional and the seemingly innovative.
This comical list proves you don’t have to be either leftist or secular to play the same game. It’s a handy guide to the “participants” in the recent Iranian elections. My favourites are
Militant Clergy Association and Militant Clerics Society. Apparantly one is “conservative” and the other “reformist” though it might be difficult to tell from their names alone. Comparisons with Tweedledum and Tweedledee do seem apt.