- What does Hevi kabisa mean?
- What does the hippo say in Lion guard?
- What is Ono’s catchphrase?
- Is Ono a boy?
- What kind of animal is Ono?
- Why is ono not the keenest of sight anymore?
- Did Kion Rani have cubs?
Totally intense!Character catchphrases: Kion – Hevi kabisa! (“Totally intense!”) Bunga – Zuka zama!
Twende kiboko!Beshte’s catchphrase: “Twende kiboko!” translates to “Let’s go, hippopotamus!” in Swahili.
Hapana!Ono’s most common catchphrase “Hapana!” means “Oh no!” in Swahili. Ono is the only member of Guard who has never sung a solo song. His primary form of attack is pecking.
Despite being the youngest member, ironically, Ono is voiced by the oldest member of the main cast. In fact, of all the male members, he is the only member whose voice actor was not born in the 21st century.
egretOno (voiced by Atticus Shaffer) – An egret who is Kion’s friend.
Blindness: As of “Battle for the Pride Lands”, Ono has become (partially) blind after his eyes were exposed to volcanic vog, as a result his vision has become extremely blur, as Ono is no longer the keenest of sight in the entire Lion Guard, as that position was given to Anga, as a result of him (partially) losing his
Birth of Prince Raja and Princess Sawa, King Kion’s and Queen Rani’s cubs. (After the cubs are born, Kion is allowed to come into the Tree of Life by Makini and Nirmala. Kion is astonished at the sight of two newborn cubs, his cubs, resting on Rani’s lap while their mother is grooming them both.