welcome back Mark, there still seems to be some disagreement on the nature of the word nowhere. However if you read back through the thread you will come to find that I am right lol.
The word, "nowhere" is spelled, "nowhere". The word, "nowhere" is not the name of somewhere, since it is not a name in the first place. The mistake is to think that "nowhere" is a name simply because it is a noun. It is a variation on the same mistake of those who think that because "nothing" is a noun, it is the name of something. And, just as people who make that kind of mistake are led to postulate a something that is a nothing, so the people who make that kind of mistake, are led to postulate a somewhere that is a nowhere. Both are the victims of "the bewitchment of language of the intelligence". Their argument is:
1. "Nowhere" is a noun.
2. All nouns are the names
Therefore, 3. "nowhere" is a name.
4. But all names have bearers (something they name).
Therefore 5, there is a place called "nowhere"
So, let's figure out what that place is.
The false premise is, 4. (2 is also false, but I don't want to confuse you).