- Is Dattebayo believe it?
- Why does Naruto say ya know?
- What is Naruto’s most said word?
- What does Naruto say when he clones himself?
- What does Sasuke call Sakura?
- Why shadow clone is forbidden?
Naruto’s catchphrase,「～だってばよ」(dattebayo), is replaced in the English version with “Believe it!” However, according to numerous Japanese Q&A websites, it is actually more or less meaningless and simply functions like the emphasis particle よ (yo).
Naruto inherited this from his mother Kushina, who would instead use the catchphrase when she got excited or angry. Dattebayo and its variants have no literal English translation, however, “you know” was used whenever Naruto is making a big statement.
Dattebayo, Dattebane and Dattebasa Naruto’s catchphrase is used at the end of most of his sentences as a way of making his speech unique.
“Kage bunshin no jutsu!!!” If he wants a big amount if clones he’ll say “Tajuu kage bunshin no jutsu!!!”
SasuSaku (スサク) is the term used to refer to the romantic relationship between Sasuke Uchiha and Sakura Haruno.
The multi-shadow clone jutsu is forbidden because, if performed incorrectly, can kill the user. One would perform this technique incorrectly by unevenly splitting the users chakra amongst the clones or using too much chakra. Naruto only was able to use this jutsu because of his immense chakra reserves.