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In the original Japanese release of ''[[Naruto Series|Naruto]]'', {{translation|"'''(Da)ttebayo'''!"|「(だ)ってばよ!」}} is [[Naruto Uzumaki]]'s catch phrase. He uses it at the end of most of his sentences as a way of making his speech unique. Naruto inherited this from his mother, [[Kushina Uzumaki]], who would instead end her sentences with {{Translation|"'''(Da)ttebane'''"|「(だ)ってばね」}} when she got excited or angry, something she had hoped — albeit unsuccessfully – that her son would not inherit.<ref>''Naruto'' chapter 498, pages 2-5</ref>
Dattebayo has no literal English translation; however, "Believe It!" was used in the English dub whenever Naruto is making a big statement to keep a similar tone in the English version of the series. It is also used to match the lip movements from the original Japanese release. Around the start of the [[Chūnin Exam Arc]], however, "Believe it" fell out of use. It is translated also as "Do you get what I'm saying?", which he uses before the fight with [[Zabuza Momochi]], where it was hard to match the lip movements when translated into English.
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== Trivia ==
* Since chapter [[Greetings|492]] and ''Naruto: Shippūden'' episode [[Land Ahoy! Is this the Island of Paradise?|243]], 'Dattebayo' has been translated as 'you know' and more loosely as 'ya know' when used by [[B]]. Similarly, Kushina's '(Da)ttebane' has been translated in a likewise manner.
== See Also ==
* [[How Troublesome and What a Drag]]
== References ==
[[Category:Naruto Terms]]

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