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Who is this and why is her name literally black cat?

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Who is this and why is her name literally black cat?
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It's an alias

Her real name is something else
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>>149286573
Tomoko's last name is literally "Black Tree".

I had a weird realization when I realized that. Since Kuroneko is just an online alias, but Tomoko's last name is her "real" last name, I was wondering if that naming style/convention is why Native Americans in the Americas have such weird, stereotypical last names.

For example, for names in Japanese, the person will give you their name, and then say the kanji that make up the name. IE Tomoko might say her name is Kuroki, kuro like the color and ki like an oak tree.

Now, native Americans have names like "Running Coyote" or whatever, and their ancestors are known to have crossed from Asia over to the Americas during the last ice age. Obviously they also have mongoloid features like wide, flat faces, but could the naming culture have carried on as well? I'm not sure about the state of language back during the last ice age, but maybe they brought proto-languages over with them as they migrated, and those languages evolved separately from the rest of mainland Asia, but in a similar manner.

I hope someone can answer me or expound on this more, I found it really cool and interesting though I'm not sure if it's true.
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>>149287936
nigga i think that discussion doesnt belong here
but i see your point and its indeed interesting
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>>149287936
>>>/sci/
I'm a bio major but I don't find your question interesting, sorry. Some lesser biologists on /sci/ might need some practice explaining this to you though.

>>149286573
Yes, Kuroneko. It's pronounced, "second best girl".
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>>149287936
She's a cast member of one of those pandering shitfests that use the internet to drive plot? I see. I guess the only thing left is to wonder why westerners think the patronymic naming scheme wouldn't turn out to be a clusterfuck.
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Try not to think to hard about it. Most names are literrealy just words like native american's. I Gues an American example would be the name "Red". Or "China"
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>>149288244
hey eat shit
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>>149286573
My wife. I'd appreciate it if you'd stop posting lewd pictures of her.

Here is a picture of us holding hands (me on the right).
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>>149286573
It's synonymous for best girl.
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>>149292096
that's Rory from GATE
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>>149286573

Because she's a nigger and she looks like a cat. Hence "black cat"
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>>149292096
>that tail
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>>149292139

No?, That pic is on Oreimo Doujin cover.
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>>149287936
I noticed that pattern and made the same comparison once, but then there's names like "___field" that are not confined to Native Americans. There's also variants of [adjective][nature/construct] names in other languages too.
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>>149290673
fuck this guy. post lewd kuroneko
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Kurono Hito.
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>>149293787
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>having names that mean something
Shiggy.

English a best.
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>>149287936
Do you think Smith, Brown, Taylor, or Walker aren't literal? Native names sound fucking stupid because they were terribly translated into English. It's like if Schumacher was anglicized as "One Who Makes Shoes"

Also her name is Ruri.
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>>149286573
there was a time when I gave a fuck about kuroneko, but the show was so shit I forced myself to forget that shitty show.
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>>149292431
>that pussy juice.
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>>149287936

Firstly, when speaking about Native Americans it is a bit anachronistic to lump them all into one category for the purposes of cultural comparison. Secondly, most tribes/nations did not have formal writing systems, and many times writing systems at all, until contact with European nations, so to connect a naming convention of "civilized" East Asia to them is a bit fallacious considering the gap of contact is over 10,000 years in some cases. Lastly, your strawman example of "Running Coyote" is typical of an Indian stereotype and most names were not like this.

With that said, I like where you were going with this. I had never really given it any thought.
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HER NAME WAS Ron Paul
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>>149286573
>why is her name literally black cat?
Because she wanted to become the Kousaka household's pet.
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>>149287936
We have the same thing in English

Say the name is
John smith

John: Graced by Yahweh (Yohanan)
Smith: an occupational last name, blacksmith. Others: roper, cook, baker, miller, potter, etc.

Whereas in Iceland:
https://youtu.be/zvIoKEpD-hI
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>>149290673
you are on the fucking left of her
this triggered me more than this shows siscon bullshit
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Just a friendly reminder
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She's a girl that lost.

HARD.
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>>149287936
you only think this because you're a sheltered american who has no idea how common this is to world cultures
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>>149299154
Best ending
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>>149286573
Ruri was robbed.
I will never forgive Japan for that. Never.
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>>149299154
A SHIT
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>>149299154
>Implying that's canon
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>>149286573
Her name is literally Lapis Lazuli.
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>>149293930
I have bad news for you
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>>149290673
The lewds are canon you know.
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>>149295115
reverse image searched and looked through sad panda but can't find source for this. Is this even from a doujin?
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>>149303530
Use saucenao, you baka. Found it in a second.
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