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Wait a second, the other kids do have names. At least in Japanese, they do -- Jiro, Saburo, Shiro (I think), Goro, and on down to eight @_@ I don't remember them all. I think one of the girls was Nanako. [[User:Ketsuban|Ketsuban]] 03:50, 9 Jun 2005 (UTC)
 
Wait a second, the other kids do have names. At least in Japanese, they do -- Jiro, Saburo, Shiro (I think), Goro, and on down to eight @_@ I don't remember them all. I think one of the girls was Nanako. [[User:Ketsuban|Ketsuban]] 03:50, 9 Jun 2005 (UTC)
 
: Mmmm. Numbered names. It's an easy way of naming sons - Ichirō, Jirō, Saburō, Shirō, Gorō, Rokurō, Shichirō, Hachirō, Kurō, Jurō, and so on. Not very common with daughters though. I remember watching this comedy where a man named Sanji was addressed as ''Sanji-sama'' by a lady, and he said, ''chotto agete''... and the lady called him ''Goji-sama'', and later on, ''Hachiji-sama''... - [[User:Zhen Lin|振霖]]<sub>[[User talk:Zhen Lin|T]]</sub> 07:05, 9 Jun 2005 (UTC)
 
: Mmmm. Numbered names. It's an easy way of naming sons - Ichirō, Jirō, Saburō, Shirō, Gorō, Rokurō, Shichirō, Hachirō, Kurō, Jurō, and so on. Not very common with daughters though. I remember watching this comedy where a man named Sanji was addressed as ''Sanji-sama'' by a lady, and he said, ''chotto agete''... and the lady called him ''Goji-sama'', and later on, ''Hachiji-sama''... - [[User:Zhen Lin|振霖]]<sub>[[User talk:Zhen Lin|T]]</sub> 07:05, 9 Jun 2005 (UTC)
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In English they have names too, but it's unknown who is who. Brock ticks off a lot of names at the end of "Showdown" --BJG

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Wait a second, the other kids do have names. At least in Japanese, they do -- Jiro, Saburo, Shiro (I think), Goro, and on down to eight @_@ I don't remember them all. I think one of the girls was Nanako. Ketsuban 03:50, 9 Jun 2005 (UTC)

Mmmm. Numbered names. It's an easy way of naming sons - Ichirō, Jirō, Saburō, Shirō, Gorō, Rokurō, Shichirō, Hachirō, Kurō, Jurō, and so on. Not very common with daughters though. I remember watching this comedy where a man named Sanji was addressed as Sanji-sama by a lady, and he said, chotto agete... and the lady called him Goji-sama, and later on, Hachiji-sama... - 振霖T 07:05, 9 Jun 2005 (UTC)

In English they have names too, but it's unknown who is who. Brock ticks off a lot of names at the end of "Showdown" --BJG