Why GOKU called KAKAROT?

Goku is one of the most iconic characters in Japanese pop culture, known worldwide for his great power and warrior skills. However, throughout the series, we have heard different names and nicknames given to him. One of them, and probably the most curious, is "Kakaroto". But why is he called that?

The answer to this mystery lies in his origin: Goku is a Saiyan, a race of warriors from the planet Vegeta who were sent to other planets to conquer them. Goku's real name is Kakarotto, a name worthy of a Saiyan that was given to him by his father, Bardock. Although on Earth, Goku was adopted and raised by his grandfather Gohan, who gave him his human name.

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But when Goku first met other Saiyans, like Vegeta, Raditz, and Nappa, he was called by his Saiyan name: Kakarotto. And although he initially hated it for reminding him of his origin and his past as a warrior, over time Goku adopted it as a part of his identity and a way to honor his warrior race.

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