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Digimon - Bakemon or Bakimon?
okay, on the episode of "the dancing digimon" they call the ghost like digimons Bakemon, and in the Myotismon story arc, they call them Bakimon, so which one is which???
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Anonymous on 11-13-2000
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Shadow writes:
You spell the name Bake-mon
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Angewomon101 writes:
Of course I'm sure! Bake means ghost! I agree that they aren't the brightest digimon out there, but they were smart enough to catch Joe and Sora.
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The S writes:
It's supposed to be Bakemon (pronounced bahk-ah-mahn). It is derived from the Japanese word for ghost, bakemono.
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Angewomon101 writes:
Technically there is no difference. It was just a mispronunciation by the voice actors.
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Pinkachu writes:
I was the one who posted this slipup, and I'm sorry about the wrong message, but what I really mean was the digimon analazer, the text "Baki/Bake mon" on the digimon analazer is different in the 1st season than da 2nd season.
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Angewomon101 writes:
Yes, it was. I do have a question, however; What do you mean that Bakamon is diffrent in the season 2's analyzer? I think there's only 1 analyzer.
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Dylan Searles writes:
are you sure? bakemon is stupid, so could it be derived from BAKA - Japanese for stupid?
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Angewomon101 writes:
Yeah, that pretty much answers that question. Any others?
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Bibs writes:
If it were derived from "baka", it would be Bakamon. Easy as that.
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Bibs writes:
But it was Bakemon in both seasons... wasn't it?
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