VOCALOID #533883

Entry by InezMaria on Thu Apr 21 18:12:33 2011.

Tags: Anime, Yamo, UTAU, VOCALOID, Yowane Haku, Kagamine Rin, MEIKO (VOCALOID), Kamui Gakupo, Megurine Luka, Hatsune Miku, Kasane Teto, KAITO, Akita Neru

Yamo, UTAU, VOCALOID, Yowane Haku, Kagamine Rin, MEIKO (VOCALOID), Kamui Gakupo, Megurine Luka, Hatsune Miku, Kasane Teto, KAITO, Akita Neru

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Comments (English)

  • Elzbun

    May 01, 2011

    it's not ruka. its luka. O_O

  • Naatas

    May 01, 2011

    hyaahahaha RUKA?!!!

  • Sai-chan

    May 01, 2011

    巡音ルカ = Megurine Ruka. The 'L' doesn't exist in the Japanese alphabet

  • lambency

    May 15, 2011

    Given that it's written in Katakana, they're using something to stand in for the sound. Her name is officially transliterated as "Luka", though. :x So irrespective of the sound naturally existing within Japanese phonetics, they do have a character to represent both "Lu" and "Ru" for use when writing foreign words/names/etc. I mean, you get down to it, they don't have "naturally" have sounds like "ti", "vi", "tu", "du", "ye", "yi"...

  • SooL

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    Jun 04, 2011

    waaaaaaa not again x_x

  • SooL

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    Jun 04, 2011

    KAWAIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII~ <3 _ <3

  • CursedKat

    Nov 29, 2011

    I know they don't have a L in the Japanese alphabet, but they'll translate Luka to Ruka but not Len to Ren? |D

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