Conversation namin ng kaibigan ko sa loob ng classroom, 5 years ago...
Ako: Nagustuhan ko biglang manood ng Dragon ball Z. Dati kasi, ayoko do'n. Biglang nag-Kame... hame... win! *with hand movements.
Precious: Kame hame, ano?
Ako: Kame hame win.
Ako: Hindi yun kame hame win?
Precious: Hindi. Hahaha.
Ako: Ah, Kame... hame... wing?
Ako: Kame hame wing!
Precious: Wahaha. Dili uy! Hindi, ah!
Ako: Kame hame wing with S? Kame hame wingS?
Precious: HAHAHA. Pag sure!
Ako: Unsa man diay? Eh ano ba?
Precious: Kame hame WAVE! Hahaha!
Ako: Hahahahahahahahahahahahahaha! Aw. Ah, okay.
Pakapin Sulti. G-in-oogle ko. Kamehameha pala yun? Ang Ha ba means wave?
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- I can't give a definite answer, but I do know that かめ(kame) is Japanese
for "turtle". According to Google Translate, かめはめは(kamehameha) means
"turtle is fit". Somehow, I can't imagine Goku saying that when
attacking his enemies...
Well I can give a definite answer.
Kame is, as he said, turtle. But the rest of the phrase, the "hameha"
part means destruction wave. So in the end kamehameha means turtle
destruction wave, and that IS something I can see goku saying when
attacking his enemies.
DragonBall Z is a Japanese show, and the
person asking is requesting what it means in the context of the show.
Turtle Destruction Wave is the correct interpretation of this. Master
Roshi was known as the Turtle Hermit, so its fitting that he would name
his blast 'Turtle' anything. Also, the kanji for turtle (kame) is 亀,
which is present on the back of Goku's gi through the first part of the
series until it is replaced with the kanji for 'heaven'(天). This may
seem a random bit of info, but its still relevant to identifying that
turtle is realistic reading of the word in any way. 'Ha' is also a way
to say wave. I haven't heard many ways to say destruction, but 'hame'
can be read as supremacy, giving the word a possible reading of 'Turtle
Ah, okay. Thanks.