Naruto: Akatsuki, does it mean red moon or red clouds?
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Posted 12/17/09
i 've been wondering lately about what Akatsuki means...
Aka = red
Tsuki = moon
so, i thought it might be red moon...well, i dunno anybody knows?
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Posted 12/20/09
you may be right, i don't speak japanese or w/e it is
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Posted 12/22/09
thats exactly what i was telling my sister yesterday! I think it means red moon! Oh and also if u broke up kisame's last name(hoshigaki) it means hoshi=star
gaki=brat
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Posted 12/23/09
Nice but why cloud instead of moon xD
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Posted 12/24/09
Akatsuki means "dawn" or "daybreak" in Japanese.

Many people assume it means red cloud due to the red clouds that appear on the Akatsuki cloaks
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Posted 1/6/10

memphis834 wrote:

Akatsuki means "dawn" or "daybreak" in Japanese.

Many people assume it means red cloud due to the red clouds that appear on the Akatsuki cloaks


its true....
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Posted 1/6/10
Yes, yes it does .
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Posted 1/26/10
If it a moon and the cloack will has full of red dots... U know what I mean.. DOTS.. Clouds are better.

red dawn, daybreak, dawn... anyway.
Posted 1/31/10 , edited 1/31/10
Akai means red in kanji and Tsuki means moon .- When you put those 2 characters together you have the word "Daybdreak". Akatsuki means Daybreak.
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