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Dogasu's Backpack | List of Pokemon | Generation Seven

Pocket Monsters Sun & Moon

Let's take a look at the 151 pokemon who debuted in the first generation of Pocket Monsters games, Pocket Monsters Red & Green.

The name list is broken down as follows:
  • #:  The number of each pokemon as seen in the Pokemon Bestiary.
  • Image:  The official Ken Sugimori artwork for the pokemon. If multiple forms exist then the artwork for the most commonly seen form is used to represent the pokemon.
  • Japanese name:  The Japanese name, written in both the English alphabet as well as the Japanese original. A small number of the names below differ from what the official romanizations for a variety of reasons; in those cases, the official romanization is also provided in parenthesis for comparison's sake.
  • Name Origin:  A breakdown of the pokemon's name. Since the overwhelming majority of the pokemon's names have not had their origins officially revealed then these breakdowns are based on educated guesses and common sense.
  • English Name:  The official English name as used by Nintendo of America in all official English language media and merchandise.
To see the pokemon who debuted in other generations, click on one of the links below.




# Image Japanese Name
Name Origin
English Name
0722
Mokuroh
Mokuroh
モクロー
moku (木), "tree"
fukurou (フクロウ), "owl"
Rowlet
0723 Fukuthrow Fukuthrow
フクスロー
fukurou (フクロウ), "owl"
suroo (スロー), "throw"
Dartrix
0724 Junaiper Junaiper
ジュナイパー
ju (樹), "tree"
sunaipaa (スナイパー), "sniper"
Decidueye
0725
Nyabby
Nyabby
ニャビー
nya (ニャ), "meow"
hi (火), "fire"
tabii (タビ―), "tabby"
Litten
0726 Nyaheat Nyaheat
ニャヒート
ya (ニャ), "meow"
hiito (ヒート), "heat"
Torracat
0727 Gaogaen Gaogaen
ガオガエン
gao (ガオ―), the sound of a lion's roar
kaen (火炎), "flame"
Incineroar
0728
Ashimari
Ashimari
アシマリ
ashika (アシカ), "sea lion"
mari (鞠), "ball"
Poppilo
0729 Oshamari Oshamari
オシャマリ
oshare (おしゃれ), "fashionable" or "chic"
mari (鞠), "ball"
marin buruu (マリンブルー), "marine blue"

Brionne
0730 Ashirene Ashirene
アシレーヌ
ashika (アシカ), "sea lion"
sirène (シレーヌ), French for "Siren" as in the mythical creatures who used their song to lure sailors to their death
Primarina
0731 Tsutsukera
Tsutsukera
ツツケラ
From 啄木鳥, "woodpecker." An older reading of the kanji was kera (ケラ) but the modern reading is kitsutsuki (キツツキ). Pikipek
0732 Kerarappa Kerarappa
ケララッパ
rappa (喇叭), "trumpet"
Trumbeak
0733 Dodekabashi Dodekabashi
ドデカバシ
dodekai (どでかい), "huge"
oohashi (大嘴), "toucan"
Toucannon
0734 Yungoos
Yungoos
ヤングース
yangu (ヤング), "young"
manguusu (マングース), "mongoose"
Yungoos
0735 Dekagoos
Dekagoos
デカグース
dekai (デカい), "huge"
manguusu (マングース), "mongoose"
Gumshoos
0736 Agojimushi
Agojimushi
アゴジムシ
ago (顎), "jaw"
jimushi (地虫), "grub"

Grubbin
0737 Denjimushi
Denjimushi
デンヂムシ
denchi (電池), "battery"
jimushi (地虫), "grub"
Charjabug
0738 Kuwagannon
Kuwagannon
クワガノン
kuwagatamushi (クワガタムシ), "stag beetle"
kyanon (キャノン), "cannon"
Vikavolt
0739
Makenkani
Makenkani
マケンカニ
makenki (負けん気), "hate to lose"
kani
(カに), "crab"
Crabrawler
0740 Kekenkani Kekenkani
ケケンカニ
kegani (ケガニ), "horsehair crab"
kenka (ケンカ), "fight"
kani (カに), "crab"
Crabominable
0741 Odoridori Odoridori
オドリドリ
odori (踊り), "dance"
tori (鳥), "bird"
Oricorio
0742 Abuly
Abuly
アブリ―
abu (アブ), "gadfly"
raburii (ラブリー), "lovely"
Cutiefly
0743 Aburibbon Aburibbon
アブリボン
abu (アブ), "gadfly"
ribon (リボン), "ribbon"
Ribombee
0744 Iwanko Iwanko
イワンコ
iwa (岩), "rock"
wanko (わんこ), "doggy"
Rockruff
0745
Lugalugan
Lugalgan
ルガルガン
loup-garou (ルー・ガルー), the French word for "werewolf"
gan (岩), "rock"
Also possibly an anagram of garuru (ガルル), the sound of a dog's growling
Lycanroc
0746 Yowashi Yowashi
ヨワシ
yowai (弱い), "weak"
iwashi (イワシ), "sardine
Wishiwashi
0747 Hidoide Hidoide
ヒドイデ
hidoi (ひどい), "terrible"
hitode (ヒトデ), "starfish"
Mareanie
0748 Dohidoide Dohidoide
ドヒドイデ
dohidoi (ドひどい), "terrible"
hitode (ヒトデ), "starfish"
Toxapex
0749
Dorobanko
Dorobanko
ドロバンコ
doro (泥), "mud"
banba
(輓馬), "work horse"

Mudbray
0750 Banbadoro
Banbadoro
バンバドロ
banba (輓馬), "work horse"
doro (泥), "mud"
Mudsdale
0751 Shizukumo Shizukumo
シズクモ
shizuku (滴), "(water) drop"
kumo (クモ), "spider"
Dewpider
0752 Onishizukumo Onishizukumo
オニシズクモ
onigumo (オニグモ), "Araneus" (common orb-weaving spiders)
shizuku
(滴), "(water) drop"
kumo (クモ), "spider"
Araquanid
0753 Karikiri
Karikiri
カリキリ
kari (刈り), "to trim / prune"
hanakamakiri (ハナカマキリ), "orchid mantis"
Fomantis
0754 Lalantis
Lalantis
ラランテス
lalala (ラララ), as in the sound you make when singing
mantisu (マンティス), "mantis"
Lurantis
0755 Nemush Nemush
ネマシュ
neru (寝る), "sleep"
masshuruumu (マッシュ ルーム), "mushroom"
Morelull
0756 Mushade Mushade
マシェード
masshuruumu (マッシュ ルーム), "mushroom"
sheedo (シェー ド), "shade"
Shiinotic
0757 Yatoumori
Yatoumori
ヤトウモリ
yatou (夜盗), "burglar"
imori (イモリ), "newt"
Salandit
0758 Ennewt Ennewt
エンニュート
en (炎), "flame"
nyuuto (ニュート), "newt"
Salazzle
0759
Nuikoguma
Nuikoguma
ヌイコグマ
nuigurumi (ぬいぐるみ), "stuffed animal"
koguma (子熊), "bear cub"
Stufful
0760 Kiteruguma
Kiteruguma
キテルグマ
kiteru (着てる), "wearing"
kuma (クマ), "bear"
Bewear
0761 Amakaji
Amakaji
アマカジ
amai (甘い), "sweet"
kajitsu (果実), "fruit"
Bounsweet
0762 Amamaiko Amamaiko
アママイコ
amai (甘い), "sweet"
maiko (舞子), "dancing girl"
Steenee
0763 Amajo Amajo
アマージョ
amai (甘い), "sweet"
jo (女), "woman"
majo (魔女), "witch"
Tsareena
0764 Cuwawa
Cuwawa
キュワワー
kyuaa (キュアー), "cure"
hanawa (花輪), "wreath"
furawaa (フラワー), "flower"
Comfey
0765 Yaregutan Yaregutan
ヤレユータン
yare (やれ), "do it"
yuurei (幽霊), "ghost"
oranuutan (オランウータン), "orangutan"
Oranguru
0766 Nagetsukesaru Nagetsukesaru
ナゲツケサル
nage tsukeru (投げつける), "to fling"
saru (猿), "monkey"
Passimian
0767 Kosokumushi
Kosokumushi
コソクムシ
kosoku (小足), "tiny feet"
mushi (虫), "bug"
Wimpod
0768 Gusokumusha Gusokumusha
グソクムシャ
daiou-gusokumushi (ダイオウグソクムシ), "giant isopod"
gusoku (具足), "armor"
musha (武者), "warrior"
Golisopod
0769
Sunabaa
Sunabaa
スナバァ
sunaba (砂場), "sandbox"
baa (バァ), "boo" (as in the sound a ghost makes)
Sandygast
0770
Shirodeathuna
Shirodeathuna
シロデスナ
shiro desu na (城ですな), "it's a castle, huh?"
desu
(デス), "death"
Palosand
0771 Namakobushi Namakobushi
ナマコブシ
namako (ナマコ), "sea cucumber"
kobushi (拳), "fist"
Pyukumuku
0772 Type: Null
Type: Null
タイプ:ヌル
taipu (タイプ), "type"
nuru (ヌル), "null"
Type: Null
0773 Silvadi Silvadi
シルヴァディ
shirubaa (シルバー), "silver"
badi (バディ), which can be either "buddy" or "body"

Silvally
0774 Meteno
Meteno
メテノ
meteo (メテオ), "meteor"
nano (ナノ), "nano" (one-billionth)
Minior
0775 Nekkoala Nekkoala
ネッコアラ
neru (寝る), "sleep"
koala (コアラ), "koala"
Komala
0776
Bakugames
Bakugames
バクガメス
bakuhatsu (爆発), "explosion"
kame (亀), "turtle"
Turtonator
0777 Togedemaru
Togedemaru
トゲデマル
togenezumi (トゲネズミ), "Ryukyu spiny rat"
denki (電気), "electricity"
maru
(丸), "round"
Togedemaru
0778 Mimikkyu
Mimikkyu
ミミッキュ
mimikku (ミミック), "mimic"
yuu (ユー), "you"
Mimikyu
0779 Hagigishiri
Hagigishiri
ハギギシリ
ha (歯), "teeth"
kawahagi (カワハギ), "filefish"
gisshiri (ぎっしり), "densely packed"
Bruxish
0780 Jijilong
Jijilong
ジジーロン
jijii (ジジー), "old man"
long (龍), "dragon"
Drampa
0781 Dadarin Dadarin
ダダリン
tatari (祟り), "curse"
Dhelmise
0782 Jaraco Jaraco
ジャラコ
jara-jara (じゃらじゃら), the sound of small metal objects (i.e. loose change) rattling
jako (雑魚), "small fry"
draco (ドラコ), Latin for "dragon"

Jangmo-o
0783 Jarango Jarango
ジャランゴ
jara-jara (じゃらじゃら), the sound of small metal objects (i.e. loose change) rattling
bongo (ボンゴ), "bongos"
doragon (ドラゴン), "dragon"
Hakamo-o
0784 Jararanga Jararanga
ジャラランガ
jara-jara (じゃらじゃら), the sound of small metal objects (i.e. loose change) rattling
garan (がらん), "clang"
konga (コンガ), "conga"
doragon (ドラゴン), "dragon"
Kommo-o
0785
Kapu-Kokeko Kapu-Kokeko
カプ・コケ
kapu (カプ), Hawaiian for "sacred"
kokekokko (コケコッコ), "cock-a-doodle-doo"
Tapu Koko
0786 Kapu-Tetefu Kapu-Tetefu
カプ・テテフ
kapu (カプ), Hawaiian for "sacred"
tefutefu (てふてふ), an old word for "butterfly"
Tapu Lele
0787 Kapu-Bulul Kapu-Bulul
カプ・ブルル
kapu (カプ), Hawaiian for "sacred"
bulu (ブル), Hawaiian for "bull"
Tapu Bulu
0788 Kapu-Rehire Kapu-Rehire
カプ・レヒレ
kapu (カプ), Hawaiian for "sacred"
hire (ヒレ), "fin"
Tapu Fini
0789 Cosmog Cosmog
コスモッグ
kosumo (コスモ), "cosmos"
sumoggu (スモッグ), "smog"
Cosmog
0790 Cosmoum Cosmoum
コスモウム
kosumo (コスモ), "cosmos"
ovum (オヴム), Latin for "egg"
Cosmoem
0791 Solgaleo Solgaleo
ソルガレオ
sol (the Latin word for "sun")
leo (the Latin word for "lion")
Solgaleo
0792 Lunaala
Lunaala
ルナアーラ

luna (the Latin word for "moon"
ala (the Latin word for "wing")
Lunala
0793 Utsuroid Utsuroid
ウツロイド
utsuro (虚ろ), "void"
boido (ヴォイド), "void"
Nihilego
0794 Massibun Massibun
マッシブーン
masshibu (マッシブ), "massive"
bun (蚊), "mosquito"
buun (ブーン), "buzz"
Buzzwole
0795 Pheroace Pheroace
フェローチェ
feromon (フェロモン), "pheremone"
feroce (フェローチェ), Italian for "fierce" (used as a direction in music)
kokkuroochi (コックロー チ), "cockroach"
Pheromosa
0796 Denjumoku Denjumoku
デンジュモク
denji (電磁),"electromagnetic"
jumoku (樹木), "tree"
Xurkitree
0797 Tekkaguya Tekkaguya
テッカグヤ
tekka (鉄火), "gunfire"
Kaguya-hime (かぐや姫), from "The Tale of Princess Kaguya"
Celesteela
0798 Kamitsurugi Kamitsurugi
カミツルギ
kami (紙), "paper"
tsurugi (剣), "sword"
Kartana
0799 Akujiking Akujiking
アクジキング
akujiki (悪食), "bad eating"
kingu (キング), "king"
Guzzlord
0800 Necrozma Necrozma
ネクロズマ
nekrós (ネクロス), Ancient Greek for "death"
kuro
(黒), "black"
prisma (プリズマ), German for "prism"
Necrozma
0801 Magearna Magearna
マギアナ
makina (マキナ), "machina"
gia (ギア), "gear"
Magearna
0802 Marshadow Marshadow
マーシャドー
Mars (マース), the Roman God of war
shadoo (シャドー), "shadow"
Marshadow



 

 

 

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