D L, the number of Americans who would recognise 'adunare' as Latin, let alone the number who know what it actually means, probably represents less than 0.05% of the population of the USA.
The next point relates to how people would pronounce it. Would they say AH-dun-AIR, ad-you-NAIR, uh-DYOU-naree, ad-un-ARE, or what? It strikes me as being a real head-scratcher for most people, which would force you to explain what the name of your company means right at the outset of your dealings with your clients, suppliers etc. This hardly seems like an ideal way to create a good first impression, especially if you have already made the people concerned somewhat peeved from the get-go as a result of being made to feel foolish through your selection of a company name that is too outlandish for them to pronounce confidently.
Thirdly, _you_ might appreciate the perception that your chosen word suggests a combination of freelance writing and graphic design, but - trust me - that is not what your customers will be doing. They will mostly be thinking, "Huh?"
Fourthly, a name that resounds strangely in people's ears will not be memorable. You will not want people to recall your enterprise as "that company with the weird foreign name,'ad'-something-or-other".
I don't have much in the way of specific name suggestions to replace yours, but I think you will do much better if you primarily focus on creating an image that will be meaningful to your prospective clients rather than to you. Perhaps 'Pictographia'?
Sorry to dwell on these negative points, but I really believe you should rethink the name.
Reply from Erik Kowal ( - England)