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20th May '17 3:59:24 PM nombretomado
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* Pyoro in ''{{Vandread}}''.

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* Pyoro in ''{{Vandread}}''.''Anime/{{Vandread}}''.
8th Mar '17 4:05:40 PM MajinAkuma
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* Giru in ''Anime/DragonBallGT'', as DB4649T2006RS was just too long for the main cast and the audience (the Machine Mutants still refer to him as DB4649T2006RS).

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* Giru in ''Anime/DragonBallGT'', as DB4649T2006RS [=DB4649T2006RS=] was just too long for the main cast and the audience (the Machine Mutants still refer to him as DB4649T2006RS).[=DB4649T2006RS=]).
8th Mar '17 4:05:14 PM MajinAkuma
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* Giru in ''Anime/DragonBallGT''

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* Giru in ''Anime/DragonBallGT''''Anime/DragonBallGT'', as DB4649T2006RS was just too long for the main cast and the audience (the Machine Mutants still refer to him as DB4649T2006RS).
7th Mar '17 8:08:28 AM gb00393
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': Hodor's true name is Wylis, and he only goes by 'Hodor' due to his PokémonSpeak.

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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': Hodor's true name is Wylis, and he only goes by 'Hodor' due to his PokémonSpeak.PokemonSpeak.
7th Mar '17 8:07:56 AM gb00393
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': Hodor's true name is Wylis, and he only goes by 'Hodor' due to his PokémonSpeak.
23rd Feb '17 12:05:34 AM erforce
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* In the ''LayerCake'' novel, the DiabolicalMastermind's bodyguard gained a habit from his SAS experience of calling everyone "Troop". Thus, he's identified as Mr. Troop (in the film, he doesn't have the habit, but is still given that name).

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* In the ''LayerCake'' ''Literature/LayerCake'' novel, the DiabolicalMastermind's bodyguard gained a habit from his SAS experience of calling everyone "Troop". Thus, he's identified as Mr. Troop (in the film, he doesn't have the habit, but is still given that name).



* [[CrowningMomentOfFunny In one of the funnier parts of]] ''Literature/TheMagiciansNephew'', when the Talking Beasts adopt Uncle Andrew as a pet they name him Brandy [[INeedAFreakingDrink because he makes that noise so often]]. Unusual in that Uncle Andrew was perfectly capable of speech. The animals named him this because they couldn't understand much of the other stuff he was saying--partly because he was [[HeroicBSOD rendered rather incoherent]] by the previous events of the novel, and partly because he shut off his mind from communication.

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* [[CrowningMomentOfFunny In one of the funnier parts of]] of ''Literature/TheMagiciansNephew'', when the Talking Beasts adopt Uncle Andrew as a pet they name him Brandy [[INeedAFreakingDrink because he makes that noise so often]]. Unusual in that Uncle Andrew was perfectly capable of speech. The animals named him this because they couldn't understand much of the other stuff he was saying--partly because he was [[HeroicBSOD rendered rather incoherent]] by the previous events of the novel, and partly because he shut off his mind from communication.
1st Oct '16 4:51:58 PM Shadoboy
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* The titular character from ''Film/TheBabadook'' is described in a book as anouncing it's arrival with a rumble and three knocks that sound "Ba BA-ba DOOK! DOOK! DOOK!"




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* The main character from the ''Literature/JacobTwoTwo'' books got his nickname because, being the youngest of five siblings, he's used to say things twice since he's not noticed the first time.
30th Jul '16 6:09:15 PM nombretomado
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* In ''DaveBarry Does Japan'', Dave and his family stay in a Japanese inn and are served by a woman who tends to answer any questions with "Hai domo!", which he interpreted to mean "Yes, very!". As such, the family started referring to her as the Very Lady.

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* In ''DaveBarry ''Creator/DaveBarry Does Japan'', Dave and his family stay in a Japanese inn and are served by a woman who tends to answer any questions with "Hai domo!", which he interpreted to mean "Yes, very!". As such, the family started referring to her as the Very Lady.
28th Apr '16 5:59:54 AM Elan
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\n* In ''DaveBarry Does Japan'', Dave and his family stay in a Japanese inn and are served by a woman who tends to answer any questions with "Hai domo!", which he interpreted to mean "Yes, very!". As such, the family started referring to her as the Very Lady.

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25th Feb '16 4:32:51 PM sgamer82
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* In VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIV the player encounters an amnesiac Mammet when looking for Gentelman Inspector Hildebrand Manderville. Hildebrand opts to name the Mammet Gigi since that was the word it repeated when it woke up. As a bystander tries to point out that "gigigigi" is a general verbal tic for EVERY Mammet, he gets ignored when Gigi admits he kinda likes the name.

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* In VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIV ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIV'' the player encounters an amnesiac Mammet when looking for Gentelman Inspector Hildebrand Manderville. Hildebrand opts to name the Mammet Gigi since that was the word it repeated when it woke up. As a bystander tries to point out that "gigigigi" is a general verbal tic for EVERY ''every'' Mammet, he gets ignored when Gigi admits he kinda likes the name.
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