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Anime/Manga Character Names for a baby???
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Posted 1/10/10 , edited 1/10/10
I'm just wondering what sort of names from animes and mangas would be suitable for a British baby?

I love animes like InuYasha, Vampire Knight, Lovely Complex, Naruto, Shugo Chara, Cowboy Bebop etc etc but all the names just arent suitable if you know what I mean.

(Imagine a British child running around being called Sesshomaru )

Anybody care to make some suggestions for me??



Also, I'm probably going to be told this is posted in the wrong section, but since its about anime characters I think its ok to have posted it in the anime section (:


**Edit** I want a nice Japanese name, but not like too Japanese if you know what I mean, so that my family can pronounce it (:
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Bobobobobo......or bob for short
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Napoleon.
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MitchieYeahh wrote:

I'm just wondering what sort of names from animes and mangas would be suitable for a British baby?

I love animes like InuYasha, Vampire Knight, Lovely Complex, Naruto, Shugo Chara, Cowboy Bebop etc etc but all the names just arent suitable if you know what I mean.

(Imagine a British child running around being called Sesshomaru )

Anybody care to make some suggestions for me??



Also, I'm probably going to be told this is posted in the wrong section, but since its about anime characters I think its ok to have posted it in the anime section (:


"Arthur Kirkland" aka England/Britain from Axis powers Hetalia



Or Lelouch's name from Code Geass

But it's better to find names with nice a meaning on them like "Sora"(Sky) or "Mamoru"(protect).

Or just pick from the names here:

http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/MeaningfulName

If were gonna name someone with anime names, let's at least give it a good meaning rather than just for fun.
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Lelouch

if ur looking for a brittanian name,
u may choose from Code Geass
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^ yep. same here,
Lelouch..... or her brothers/sisters like nunally, cornelia, euphy......... etc.etc.
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Zero no Tsukaima

Louise Françoise Le Blanc de La Vallière
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from the manga beelzebub

Kaiser de Beelzebub..then you can just call him beel
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Harima Kenji. English speakers can call him Harry Mackenzie.
If your last name is not Mackenzie.... Oh well to bad.
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I personally like Kaien from vampire knight or bleach.
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Beelzebub, Zero, and Lelouch are good names, but they're not very Japanese ne? Tsubasa is a good Japanese name and it's not too difficult to pronounce. "Tsubasa" means "wings" in Japanese; it's also unisex, so it can be for either a girl or a boy. For a boy, Kyo would be a good name; it means "strong". For a girl, Rin sounds cute ne; it means "companion."

You can go here to find some more names:
http://www.babynameworld.com/japanese.asp

Good luck and have fun with name choosing ne? ^.~
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Drum (Dragonball)
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21 / F / Wonderland~ ^w^
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Lelouch? Rin? Len? and.. The characters from Hetalia? lol
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Posted 2/26/10
i like miki
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Hitomi (girl) from Escaflowne or Van (V-on and boy) from the same anime
Narumi (boy) from Gakuen Alice or Yura (girl) from the same anime
Grey from Fairy Tail or Lucy from the same anime

I can understand wanting to name the child a name that the family (and friends) can say. I named my puppy, Nadeshiko (I think it's a pretty sounding name) and I'm the only one who can pronounce it..lol.
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