Simply means "air"
This one's kind of cool, it means "fried rice"
The "ku" in Goku means "sky"
A play on the word carrot
Chinese salad (or a type of cabbage in the U.S.)
Radish (there's something about vegetables...)
Something like (breast) in Japanese [also speculated to be "father"]
A kind of girl's gym shorts, also said to mean "bloomers"
Means "boxers" in Japanese
Chestnut in Japanese
A play on the English word "cheese"
Milk in Japanese
A kind of fruit in Japanese
Chinese for "drink tea", and also said to mean a "dim sun"
This one is pretty self-explanatory...
I can't believe it's "butter"
Play on "yogurt" (guldo = gurdo in Jap. = yo-guldo = yogurt)
Gyoza which means "stickers"
Recoom - play on "cream" (cream = cuh-reem = ree-cuhm)
Literally means "slug"
Play on "yasai"="vegetable" in Jap.
Everyone's favorite musical instrument (a small flute)
A bull call
Other Fun Facts:
In the Garlic Junior Saga, the Spice Boys names are all spices.
Bulma's entire family is named after underwear! Her father is Dr. Briefs, and her kids are named Trunks and Bra.
All the Gunyu Force are named after dairy products.
All Namek-seijin are named after slugs and snails. In fact "Namek" means "slug." EXCEPTION: Piccolo and his brothers are named after instruments.
In Cinderella, the witch said, "'Bibbidy Bobbidy Boo'! The first two are Bebi-De and Baba-dee. The third is Buu.