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The Names of Pokémon in Other Languages







Cartoonist James Chapman likes to illustrate the words used in different languages for common sounds, such as chewing, sneezing, and dogs barking. Now he reveals something that surprised me: Pokémon have different names in different languages.
Some of the choices are particularly good. Relaxo is an excellent name for Snorlax and Karpador works well for Magikarp. 

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