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    Here you can post english names of jap names of the 4th generation you think here is how you can figure the names out. Maybe get some words on what the jap name means
    Change letters like one that diarugu and now dialgu
    guess on one
    Currently looking for:
    Buoysel-Seousel Pronouse:sea-o-sel
    Floatsel-flousel Pronouse: Flo-o-sel
    Mikaruge-Imguge Pronouse: Im-gu-ge
    Naetaru-yaetaru Pronose: Yay-e-taru
    Hayashigame-Treshigame Pronouse: Tre-shi-game
    Dotaitos-Dotainent Pronouse: do-tA-nent
    Hikozaru-Zaruki Pronuse: Za-ru-key
    Goakazaru-Flazukey Pronouse:Fla-zu-key
    Emperuto-Emarodo Pronose:Emme-ro-doe
    Bippa-Wippa Pronouse:wip-pa
    Korinku-Morina Pronouse:Mo-ri-na
    Jabacoil-magneton2 Pronouse:mag-ne-ton-two


    if you want to get a pokemon added on the list just tell me and just rate my pokemon names or change some names

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    1. I don't know if there is already a thread like this but i'm sure there is.
    2. Its' not diarugu or dialgu is diaruga or dialga

    I seriously doubt jibacoil will be called magneton2. My guess is it will be Magnecoil.
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    Buoysel's evolution is, contrary to what Joe says, is named Flosel in Japan. There's no T in its name.

    This thread is ridiculous for butchering the Japanese language.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris View Post
    Buoysel's evolution is, contrary to what Joe says, is named Flosel in Japan. There's no T in its name.

    This thread is ridiculous for butchering the Japanese language.
    That puts me at ease for the future...

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