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Dogasu's Backpack | List of Pokemon | Generation Nine

Pocket Monsters Scarlet & Violet

Let's take a look at the Pokémon who debuted in the ninth generation of Pocket Monsters games, Pocket Monsters Scarlet and Pocket Monsters Violet.

The name list is broken down as follows:
  • #:  The number of each Pokémon as seen in the Pokémon Bestiary.
  • Image:  The official artwork for the Pokémon. If multiple forms exist then the illustration for the most commonly seen form is used to represent the Pokémon.
  • 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 Pokémon's name. Since the overwhelming majority of the Pokémon'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 Pokémon who debuted in other generations, click on one of the links below.




# Image Japanese Name
Name Origin
English Name
0906
(???)
Nyaoha
Nyaoha
ニャオハ
nya (ニャ), the sound a cat makes in Japanese

oha
(オハ), "hoja," the Spanish word for "leaf"

-oha (おは), the equivalent of saying "mornin'" instead of the full phrase "good morning"
Sprigatito
0907 TBA
TBA TBA TBA
0908 TBA TBA TBA TBA
0909
(???)
Hogetor
Hogetor
ホゲータ
hono'o (炎), "flame"

arigeetaa (アリゲーター), "alligator," but with the final elongated vowel clipped off

fogata (ホガータ), the Spanish word for "bonfire"

-hoge (ほげー), a word tacked onto the end of a sentence by people who're taking it easy
Fuecoco
0910 TBA TBA TBA TBA
0911 TBA TBA TBA TBA
0912
(???)
Qwassu
Qwassu
クワッス
kuakku (クアック), "quack"

Its name could also be the word wakkusu (ワックス), "wax" with its letters rearranged

-ssu (っす),
a word tacked onto the end of a sentence used between friends
Quaxly
0913 TBA TBA TBA TBA
0914 TBA TBA TBA TBA




 

 

 

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