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where did u find/see them?
I know that Daimonji is Fire Blast.

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“Kaenhosha” is the Japanese name for Flamethrower, and literally translates to “flame emission”

“Daimonji” is the Japanese name for Fire Blast, and literally translates to “big letter/character.” This refers to the symbol shown in the animation, 大 (dai), which is the kanji character for the word “big.” This symbol was used for the move because of a Japanese festival.

“Naminori” is the Japanese name for Surf, literally translating to “surfing”

“Ryuseigun” is the Japanese name for Draco Meteor, literally translating to “meteor shower”

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