I don't expect the name of an application to entertain me. I expect the name of an application to it tell me what it is, as succinctly as possible. I know it seems korny, but I think the k prefix is genius, because of its economy. It identifies an application as being part of KDE, often without making the application name longer, not by a single character. The KDE terminal emulator in konsole. Easy Peasy.
This is yet another thing I hate about Gnome. What's the name of the terminal emulator in gnome? "Gnome-terminal". There are a whole lot of other apps that begin with "gnome-", so if I'm trying to open the application with the run command dialogue, I have to type 7 characters before I have any hope of identification for successful completion.