Just thought I might point out that there are two different lists here. I just did not believe that I should create two
pages for such small lists. Enjoy...
Characterís play on words
∑ Bulma (Buruma):
A kind of girl's gym shorts ("bloomers").
Stickers (from the Chinese word "gyoza").
∑ Dr. Briefs:
Boxers or Briefs? You know which one Dr. Briefs prefers...
Literally in Japanese: "sweet dish".
Chinese for "dim sun" (also said to mean "drink tea").
One of the 3 most important meals of the day.
Chinese for "amber tea".
Rearrange the letters to get "devil".
∑ Mr. Satan:
∑ Muten Roshi:
Seed that serves as an ingredient to cocoa.
A play on the word "carrot".
Japanese for "sky".
Play on the word "raddish".
Simply means "air".
chinese for "cabbage".
Means "fried rice" in Japanese.
Piece of underwear that men don't (usually) wear.
Play on the word "vegetable".
esParagus. Get it?
Everyone's favorite musical instrument (a small flute).
Um... a drum. Everyone's other favorite musical instrument.
Japanese for "god".
Achilles Heel: Salt.
Snails, a French favorite.
Remember that thing from Cinderella? Bibiddibabidibuu.
I'm cooler than you.
What's better, apple juice or orange juice?
Bulma: women's gym shorts
Dr. Briefs: Menís underwear
Lunch: to release
Mr. Satan: 'Satan'
Oolong: wulong (Chinese meaning Amber tea)
Pilaf: "Pilav" (meaning rice dish)
Puar: "Pu-her" (Chinese tea)
Tenshinhan: Fried rice
Videl: 'Devil' (the lettters are reorganized)
Drum: A drum
Kargo: from French word for "escargot"
Nail: from the word "snail"
Piano: A piano
Piccolo: the instrument
Tamborine: A tamborine
Tsuno: "antennae" or "horn"
Saiyans: 'Saiya' (Yasai - means vegetable)
Bra: Women's bra
Gohan: a meal in Japanese
Nappa: Chinese cabbage
Trunks: Boys gym shorts in Japanese
King Cold: Cold
Bibadi: from the fairy god-mother in Cinderella's chant
Babidi: from the fairy god-mother in Cinderella's chant
Buu: from the fairy god-mother in Cinderella's chant (Bibabi-Babidi-Boo)