Cmdlets and scripts should be named using a Verb-Noun syntax. For
Get-ChildItem. With rare
exception, cmdlets should use the standard PowerShell verbs, not any
synonyms, or concepts that can be mapped to the standard. This allows
administrators to quickly understand a set of cmdlets that use a new
Verbs should be phrased in the present tense, and nouns should be singular.
Standard Windows PowerShell Common Verbs
Adds a resource to a container, or attaches an element to another element.
Append, Attach, Concatenate, Insert.
Removes all elements from a container.
Flush, Erase, Release, Unmark, Unset, Nullify.
Copies a resource to another name or container.
Duplicate, Clone, Replicate.
Read, Open, Cat, Type, Dir, Obtain, Dump, Acquire, Examine, Find, Search.
Locks a resource.
Moves a resource.
Transfer, Name, Migrate.
Creates a new resource.
Create, Generate, Build, Make, Allocate.
Removes a resource from a container.
Gives a resource a new name.
Write, Assign, Configure.
Unlocks a resource.
Standard Windows PowerShell Communication Verbs
Connects a source to a destination.
Disconnects a source from a destination.
Acquires information from a source.
Read, Accept, Peek.
Writes information to a destination.
Put, Broadcast, Mail.
Standard Windows PowerShell ...