How DragonBall is also known in the world

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How DragonBall is also known in the world

Post by TheRed259 » Fri Aug 10, 2018 4:07 pm

Sferat e Dragoit (Albania)

دراغون بول (Arabia)

Dragoi Bola (Spain) (Basque language)

Bola de Drac (Spain) (Catalan, Valencian language)

Bola de Dragón (Spain) (Castilian Spanish language)

As Bólas Máxicas (Spain) (Galician language)

Bólas do Dragón (Spain) (Galician language)

龙珠 (China, Hong Kong)

七龙珠 (Taiwan)

Zmajeva Kugla (Serbia, Croatia)

Ντράγκονμπολ (Greece, Cyprus)

דרגון בול (Israel)

ドラゴンボール (Japan)

드래곤볼 (Korea)

Drakonų kova (Lithuania)

Mutiara Naga (Malaysia)

Жемчуг дракона (Russia)

ดราก้อนบอล (Thailand)

7 Viên Ngọc Rồng (Vietnam)

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Re: How DragonBall is also known in the world

Post by Cure Dragon 255 » Sun Aug 12, 2018 4:34 am

Awwwwwww...dang Latin America and its utter faithfulness! I wish we had an unique name for Dragon Ball!
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Mon Jul 01, 2019 2:44 pm
19 years ago I was rushing home from school to watch DBZ on Cartoon Network, and today I've rushed home from work to watch DBS on Pop. I guess it's true the more things change the more they stay the same. :lol:

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