I suspect, from your other questions, Gabriele, that you’re interested in a non-arbitrary, logical framework for naming things.
If I’m right, anyone that knows anything about language will tell you it’s a chimera. But most interesting things are.
Your question (if I read it right) is reminiscent of the attempts at a Philosophical language and/or Pasigraphy, such as Wilkins’ An Essay towards a Real Character and a Philosophical Language. They rely on an ontology covering everything in existence; and because of AI and Natural Language Processing, Upper ontologies are now a thing.
Your criteria for naming objects and concepts then become the criteria for your ontology of the universe. And even if it’s chimeric, that effort is going to be quite rewarding. More rewarding than a pasigraphy.
It could be, of course, that I’ve quite misconstrued your question…