- What does it mean when Naruto says Dattebayo?
- What does Dattebasa mean?
- How do you say Dattebayo in Japanese?
What does it mean when Naruto says Dattebayo?
“Dattebayo” is a catchphrase used by Naruto in the Naruto franchise, which is inherited from his mother, Kushina, who says, “dattebane”. Dattebayo is translated into “believe it” in the English dub which is essentially what it means. だって, or datte, means “it must go my way” or “believe what I say”.
What does Dattebasa mean?
The phrase is use by the anime character Boruto and his father Naruto, The official English translation of the manga by viz is “Believe it!” However is also translated as “ya know”, in the games.
How do you say Dattebayo in Japanese?
「～だってばよ」(dattebayo): The short version Although it’s translated as “Believe it!” in the English localization of the series, the actual phrase doesn’t mean much of anything and simply serves to add flavor and a unique, childish brashness to Naruto’s dialog.