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(43) Belpupu

by Administrator on May 6, 2010

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Bonwiwi - Belpupu

Simple things are great,
For tomorrow I’ll wait,
Whatever it may bring,
I’ll see you at this swing,

Origin of the name 'Belpupu' : Unknown

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alibangbang

Big but not heavy,
Soft super swashy.
I can float so high,
Gravity let’s defy!

Origin of the name 'Alibangbang' : From the Filipino word 'Alibangbang', a small yellow-winged butterfly . It's also a name of a tree with butterfly-shaped leaves.

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Godokankan - Hangbokankan - Bonwiwi

We eat up your time,
‘Til it’s past bedtime.
You’ll find us annoying,
All night we’ll be staying.

Origin of the name 'Godokankan' : From the Korean word 'Godokan', which means 'Lonely'.
Origin of the name 'Hangbokankan' : From the Korean word 'Hangbokan', which means 'Happy'.

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Mekiskis and Mehughug - Bonwiwi

Young love sweet love,
All things above.
Blue untainted heart,
Be pure be smart.

Origin of the name 'Mekiskis' : From the English word 'Kiss' (duh) It reflects the personality of Mekiskis; she loves to kiss and be kissed by her 'boyfriend' Mehughug
Origin of the name 'Mehughug' : From the English word 'Hug'. It reflects the personality of Mehughug; he loves to hug and be hugged by his 'girlfriend' Mekiskis

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(37) Pinoynoy

by Administrator on February 6, 2010

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Pinoynoy

Strawberry turtle,
Sweet little kittle.
Squiggly swivels,
Oh that tickles!

Origin of the name 'Pinoynoy' : From the word 'Pinoy' (pronounced as 'pee-noy') a demonym referring to Filipino people. Filipinos usually refer to themselves informally as 'Pinoy' or sometimes the feminine 'Pinay'.

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(36) Gentaotao

by Administrator on February 4, 2010

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Gentaotao - Bonwiwi

We’re the Q-troopers,
Mighty gatekeepers.
Adventure begins here,
Be brave have no fear.

Origin of the name 'Gentaotao' : From the name of a famous and yummilicious chinese food 'General Tao Chicken', It's a sweet-and-spicy, deep-fried chicken dish that is popularly served in American and Canadian Chinese restaurants.

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(35) Baguaua

by Administrator on January 26, 2010

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baguaua

Around my neck they hang,
Trigrams yin and yang.
Balance and harmony,
I keep them in safety.

Origin of the name 'Baguaua' (pronounced like: 'BAG-WAWA': From the Chinese word 'Ba Gua', which literally means 'eight symbols'. Bagua are eight diagrams used in Taoist cosmology to represent the fundamental principles of reality, seen as a range of eight interrelated concepts.

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(34) Manilala

by Administrator on January 18, 2010

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Manilala

I love to drink,
Lotsa-lotsa milk,
Come take a sip,
Just don’t bite the tip!

Origin of the name 'Manilala' : From the word 'Manila', a city and the capital of the Philippines .

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(33) Fligogo

by Administrator on November 26, 2009

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Fligogo

Fly to the sky,
Never say goodbye.
I’ll bring you there,
Danger we’ll dare.

Origin of the name 'Fligogo': From the Latin word 'Fligo', which means 'beat' or 'dash down'

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(32) Yeppeyoyo

by Administrator on November 24, 2009

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Yeppeyoyo

Niminy-piminy,
Lovely nifty lady.
Pretty bewitching,
A year-long spring
.

Origin of the name 'Yeppeyoyo': From 'Yippie yi Ohhh Yippie yi yaaay', a favorite expression by cowboys

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Kabokukus

Green flower head,
Looking far ahead.
I bring good fortune,
Every spring season.

I’m a flower head,
My color is red.
Love and sacrifice,
I do symbolize.

The name’s Violet,
Loosen up don’t fret.
Smile don’t frown,
sit back calm down.

I’m blue and happy,
funny and friendly.
When you’re feeling blue,
I am here for you!

Origin of the name 'Kabokukus': From the Japanese word 'Kaboku' which means 'Beautiful Trees'or 'Flowering Trees'

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(27) Bumbarbar

by Administrator on October 25, 2009

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Bumbarbar

Heart-shaped footprints,
White candy mints.
Blue neon eyes,
Fun-shaped surprise!

Origin of the name 'Bumbarbar': From the Croatian word 'Bumbar' which means 'Bumblebee'. It's also a Turkish word meaning 'casing', and a Brazilian word (verb) meaning 'to beat up or against'

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(26) Yallala

by Administrator on October 20, 2009

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Yallala

We steal your wishes,
Turn them to ashes.
We are your bad guys,
We hide in disguise.

Origin of the name 'Yallala': From the Arabic word 'Yalla' which means 'Let's get going' or 'Hurry up' (example: "Yalla!")

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(25) Nadakaka

by Administrator on October 18, 2009

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Nadakaka

My neck is long,
Still growing strong.
Giant water slide,
Put all fears aside.

Origin of the name 'Nadakaka': From the word 'Canada', go figure...

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(24) Salamlam

by Administrator on October 16, 2009

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Salamlam

Apples on my head,
They’re yummy and red.
Not for the silly,
So treat them nicely!

Origin of the name 'Salamlam': From the Arabic word 'Salaam' which means 'Peace', from 'salima' which means 'safe'

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(23) Qaleelanlan

by Administrator on October 13, 2009

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Qaleelanlan

Green orange fireballs,
Sweet chewy gumballs,
They’re pretty heavy,
Boy they make me dizzy.


Origin of the name 'Qaleelanlan': From the Arabic phrase 'qaleelan' which means 'a little bit', derived from "qaleel" which means "little"

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(22) Buloyloy

by Administrator on October 5, 2009

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Buloyloy

Starry eyes go round,
Stunned and spellbound.
I can cause confusion,
This is how I function.

* Origin of the name 'Buloyloy': From this Filipino nickname 'Buloy'

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(21) Taktakankan

by Administrator on October 5, 2009

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Taktakankan

Fast firm fishtail,
Stone’s throw can sail.
Swim like lightning,
Fresh news I bring.

* Origin of the name 'Taktakan': A city/town/place in Indonesia called 'Taktakan'

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(20) Zambibi

by Administrator on October 2, 2009

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Zambibi is playful and teasing. She loves to smile and make others smile too! However, she’s remarkably sensitve to criticism. On very rare occasion, she becomes disobedient and wild. With her squishy-squashy body, she fits virtually anywhere.
Zambibi

Squeezy-softie,
But not a duckie.
Squabby-springy.
Feels so zingy!


* Origin of the name 'Zambibi': From the Romanian word 'Zambi' which means 'smile' : )

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(19) Contentoto

by Administrator on October 2, 2009

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Contentoto, as his name suggests, appears always happy. Despite being a robot, he brings true friendship into one’s life and teaches others motivational knowledge. Contentoto can not handle pressure and stress because he tends to be very destructive. He doesn’t have arms but he possess a hand on his forehead. When in idle state, his ‘forehead-hand’ displays a peace sign.
Contentoto

Happy robot,
Techno mascot.
Hand on forehead,
Peace I spread.


* Origin of the name 'Contentoto': From the Italian word 'Contento' which means 'pleased' or 'content'

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(18) Buendiyaya

by Administrator on September 21, 2009

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Buendiyaya is gifted with unique sympathy. He senses trouble in other people’s hearts. He values friendship and sets a hgh value on it. Sometimes, he may appear to be confident, but actually in his mind there is a hint of fear and worry. His guitar can grow very long. It can serve as a bridge – but only for a short period of time.
Buendiyaya

Rock rollin’ pebbles,
High n’ low trebles.
My long bass guitar,
Can go reach the star.

* Origin of the name 'Buendiyaya': From 'Ely Buendia' of the E-heads, super cool and talented guy...

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(17) Italili

by Administrator on September 21, 2009

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They are warm-hearted and simple-minded creatures. They multiply by the dozens and will try everything they can to make a friend or even a stranger smile. They can get along very well with others and often stand as peacemakers. As for the downside, they can be quickly convinced and easily used by not-so-good creatures or people.Italili

We can multiply,
Dozens on the fly.
Please no more cry,
Smile we supply.

* Origin of the name 'Italili': Italy, a place I wish to visit one day

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