Was the LMS too big? Frederic Stansfield In his reply to my earlier letter about the size of the LMS September issueDoug Landau November issue makes many interesting points describing the company's engineering innovations. But two of Landau's examples show how engineering developments within the LMS were subordinated to business issues.
And then you read it really fast, and go, "Oh! Pun names are just that: An overlap would be a baseball player named Homer of which there have been several actual Major League Baseball players with that moniker, although a few were pitchers.
A Subtrope is the humorous book-and-author gag sometimes referred to as Batty Books.
Another subtrope is Sir Verb-a-Lot. If a lot of characters in a given work have a punny name, it could be an example of Punny Theme Naming. For a list of tropes with Punny Names, see Just for Pun. Baam also means chestnut in Korean and the Guardians like to point out how tasty he sounds.
Others may have meaningful names instead. Kuroba means "black wings", even though Kid wears white. Other characters from Magic Kaito also have words for colors in their names.
This pun is pointed out by Jounouchi himself when he realizes that he wants to be best friends with the ingenuous kid he bullied, as "a treasure visible and invisible at the same time" Geddit? Friendship is Mr brightside song analysis, but Yuugi and Jounouchi are visible. The pun also made a card in the card game.
In Hajime no Ippo literally "First Step"the titular character is named after the word for "one step", which also functions as a Literal Metaphor. In the first chapter, titled and spelled in English "The First Step", Ippo takes his first step toward becoming a professional boxer.
His dog is named Wanpo, after him, by replacing itsu "one" in ippo with wan which is both what the Japanese think the English word "one" sounds like and how they think dogs bark. The Pretty Cure franchise mainly sticks to single names with relevant meaningswith a prominent exception.
For the record, nobody actually calls her that. Father Anderson of Hellsing was a Catholic priest. Note, though, that in Japanese his name is "Andersen". Though probably unintentional, "ande" is Swedish for spirit.
Maybe not for the character names, although there are some pretty weird elements to the Theme Namingbut the weapons and attacks, which usually make use of English Every main character has the Japanese character for the planet she represents in her name.
Take Sailor Mercury, for example. Her name is Mizuno Ami "mizu" means water while the Japanese name for Mercury is Suisei "sui" also means water.
Almost every character in the series has a punny name, often relating to either music or major arcana Tarot cards. For example Robert Edward O. We have also Vanilla Ice. His Stand is called Cream. In addition to the obvious pun, Go is Japanese for the number 5, hence the number on the car.
That number then tends to crop up all over. Hikaru no Go is just as guilty of this.
He is 15 years old and has a sign with the number 15 on his bedroom door. Yomi from Azumanga Daioh. Her full name is Koyomi Mizuhara, which roughly means "read between the lines". Shampoo, Cologne, and Mousse are fairly obvious puns.
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This links to his reoccurring spiral motif — both on his clothes, and his Rasengan signature attack a whirling ball of chakra.The Punny Name trope as used in popular culture. Sometimes, a name isn't exactly meaningful or hiding something, but there's still something about it that is .
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