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Old 2003-11-26, 15:45   Link #1
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Name intepretation

Time for a semi fun topic. You might learn something ^^


**Narumi Takayuki
Narumi = A roaring sea....... *snort* excuse me.
Takayuki = A child who respects his family

**Suzumiya Haruka
Suzumiya = A Soothing Shrine / Palace / Sanctuary
Haruka = distant and faraway

It's noteworthy that they changed the OP sequence starting episode 7. This is to signify that Haruka is no longer a memory and is back in the "ring". Time frame 00:56 for Onigiri versions.

**Suzumiya Akane
Akane = A reddish tint. Kinda fits her.

**Hayase Mitsuki
Hayase = Fast flowing shallow streams of water
Mitsuki = Her name is made up of the Kanji for "moon" and "water". On one hand it could mean tranquility on the other it could mean her constant changing of emotions.

And yeah, Mitsuki is very water oriented. Blue hair, blue eyes, a swimmer, and is very much like water emotionally; shifting from tranquil streams to fierce waves.

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Old 2003-11-26, 15:53   Link #2
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Originally Posted by Key Board
Time for a semi fun topic. You might learn something ^^


**Narumi Takayuki
Narumi = A roaring sea....... *snort* excuse me.
Takayuki = A child who respects his family

**Suzumiya Haruka
Suzumiya = A Soothing Shrine / Palace / Sanctuary
Haruka = A distant and faraway memory.

It's noteworthy that they changed the OP sequence starting episode 7. This is to signify that Haruka is no longer a memory and is back in the "ring". Time frame 00:56 for Onigiri versions.

**Suzumiya Akane
Akane = A reddish tint. Kinda fits her.

**Hayase Mitsuki
Hayase = Fast flowing shallow streams of water

LOL........where you find all this stuff at?.......all i know is that HARU = Spring.....
Mitsuki = Her name is made up of the Kanji for "moon" and "water". On one hand it could mean tranquility on the other it could mean her constant changing of emotions.

And yeah, Mitsuki is very water oriented. Blue hair, blue eyes, a swimmer, and is very much like water emotionally; shifting from tranquil streams to fierce waves.
LOL........where you find all this stuff at?.......all i know is that HARU = Spring.....
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Old 2003-11-26, 16:01   Link #3
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nice ^^;;

i wanted to ask this, but my nihongo knowledge was not enough... i understood only Mitsuki and Haruka

Loki-sama, anyone that knows japanese can interpret the names; many names have very nice meanings.
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Old 2003-11-26, 16:03   Link #4
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LOL........where you find all this stuff at?.......all i know is that HARU = Spring.....
These names are written in KANJI

Haruka's name is not spelt "Haru" - "Ka"

It's spelt "Haruka"

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Do you understand now?
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These names are written in KANJI

Haruka's name is not spelt "Haru" - "Ka"

It's spelt "Haruka"

Here,



Do you understand now?

DUDE.......when did i say it was HARU KA?......
all i said was.......that HARU......means SPRING
HARU HARU
NOT..................HARU KA
ok?
do YOU understand?
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Old 2003-11-26, 16:26   Link #6
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OK, I misunderstood you.

My apologies.
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Old 2003-11-26, 16:27   Link #7
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Hmmm... interesting trivia.

I have read similar stuff about these before. Some of these surnames used in manga and anime are actually made up by the creator to represent the character traits. Does anyone know which of these are uncommon or just madeup?
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Old 2003-11-26, 17:28   Link #8
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now all someone needs to tell me is what the hell does the title of this movie mean? Kimi ga Nozomu Eien ... what does it mean?
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Old 2003-11-26, 17:47   Link #9
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The eternity you wish for

It's all about making choices that affect your future and comitting to them.

At least, that's my intepretation
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Old 2003-11-26, 18:58   Link #10
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now all someone needs to tell me is what the hell does the title of this movie mean? Kimi ga Nozomu Eien ... what does it mean?
"Kimi ga Nozomu Eien" = 君が望む永遠

君 = you
望む = wish/hope
永遠 = eternity

hence, "The Eternity You Wish For"
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Old 2003-11-27, 00:28   Link #11
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Time for a semi fun topic. You might learn something ^^
**Suzumiya Haruka
Suzumiya = A Soothing Shrine / Palace / Sanctuary
Haruka = A distant and faraway memory.
I thought Haruka just meant "distant and faraway"?

Mitsuki's name fits her well, and it's concidential how a swimmer is a Hayase.
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Old 2003-11-30, 04:27   Link #12
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The eternity you wish for

It's all about making choices that affect your future and comitting to them.

At least, that's my intepretation
There are 4 conjis in the title, one for "you wish" and one for "forever"
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Old 2003-11-30, 04:27   Link #13
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I thought Haruka just meant "distant and faraway"?

Mitsuki's name fits her well, and it's concidential how a swimmer is a Hayase.
yes haruka doesnt really mean faraway memory, but just faraway, as an adjective
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Old 2003-12-01, 01:46   Link #14
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yes haruka doesnt really mean faraway memory, but just faraway, as an adjective
I'd like to say that lavarock is right.
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Ok.. I changed it.
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