Difference between revisions of "Lei"

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[[File:Lei.png|thumb|250px|Lei with Burnet]]
 
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(Japanese: '''レイ''' ''Lei'') is a [[character of the day]] who appeared in [[JN037]]. He is the son of {{an|Professor Kukui}} and {{an|Professor Burnet}}.
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(Japanese: '''レイ''' ''Lei'') is a [[character of the day]] who appeared in [[JN037]]. He is the newborn son of {{an|Professor Kukui}} and {{an|Professor Burnet}}.
   
In ''[[SM146|Thank You, Alola! The Journey Continues!]]'', it was revealed that Burnet was pregnant. When Ash returned to Alola, he met Lei when he reunited with Kukui and Burnet. Although Lei met Ash for the first time, he was shown to immediately take a liking to him as a big brother.
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In ''[[SM146|Thank You, Alola! The Journey Continues!]]'', it was revealed that Burnet was pregnant. When Ash returned to Alola in JN037, he met Lei when he reunited with Kukui and Burnet. Although Lei met Ash for the first time, he immediately took a liking to him as a big brother.
 
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==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
* Lei is notable as being the first human character to have been born during the course of the anime.
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* Lei is the first [[human]] character to have been born during the course of the {{pkmn|anime}}.
   
 
==Names==
 
==Names==

Revision as of 07:48, 4 October 2020

For Sun's Stakataka, see Sun (Adventures)#Lei.

Lei with Burnet

(Japanese: レイ Lei) is a character of the day who appeared in JN037. He is the newborn son of Professor Kukui and Professor Burnet.

In Thank You, Alola! The Journey Continues!, it was revealed that Burnet was pregnant. When Ash returned to Alola in JN037, he met Lei when he reunited with Kukui and Burnet. Although Lei met Ash for the first time, he immediately took a liking to him as a big brother.

Trivia

  • Lei is the first human character to have been born during the course of the anime.

Names

Language Name Origin
Japanese レイ Lei From lei (Hawaiian for "floral garland" and figurative term for "beloved child")


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