Nice Lamp. Pity About the Name
You can avoid these embarrassing mistakes simply by screening names before you choose them. It's not enough to search through dictionaries because sometimes the name you are checking just sounds like something unfortunate. The only way to be sure is to ask speakers of all the relevant languages to give an opinion. Over the years I have had proposals nixed at this stage because they meant something unspeakable in Bavarian dialect or huge snopp in Milanese dialect. Sometimes, though, it is easy, like when an Italian marketer once asked me if it was ok to call his product "twatt". No, I explained.