- What is the meaning of Usuratonkachi in Japanese?
- How do you say Usuratonkachi?
- What does Shannaro mean in English?
- What does Sakura Haruno say?
- What is Shikamaru’s catchphrase?
- What does Dattebane mean?
- What does konohamaru Kore mean?
Useless. en Usuratonkachi means thin hammer so basically it means Useless kono usuratonkachi “you are useless”
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Answered 6 years ago. Its shannaro and not channara. Its like the English word “damn it”. It’s used by Sakura to express her anger and excitement.
Shannarō (しゃーんなろー) is Sakura Haruno’s catchphrase, something she would shout either when she is too angry or excited. She often uses the phrase when she punches out of anger, usually towards Rock Lee or Naruto Uzumaki when they do something to annoy her.
MendokusēMendokusē (めんどくせー, English TV: How troublesome/What a drag) is Shikamaru Nara’s catchphrase. Shikamaru purposely uses this phrase to refer to anything that may cause a problem for him or to others depending on the situation.
Dattebane” is translated into “ya know” in the English dub. “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.
Konohamaru Sarutobi often ends his sentences with a “kore” (コレ), which could be translated into “hey”, “oi” or “yo” and is usually used to get the attention of one’s equals or inferiors.