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* "''Garyū''" (牙琉) comes from a combination of "self taught man" and "a dragon's fang". The first kanji in "''Kyouya''" (響) means, "to echo" or "to resound".
 
* "''Garyū''" (牙琉) comes from a combination of "self taught man" and "a dragon's fang". The first kanji in "''Kyouya''" (響) means, "to echo" or "to resound".
 
* "Klavier" means "piano" in [[Germany|German]] and "clavier" is the name for the keyboard of an organ, pianoforte, or harmonium, though he doesn't actually play any keyboard instrument in his band.
 
* "Klavier" means "piano" in [[Germany|German]] and "clavier" is the name for the keyboard of an organ, pianoforte, or harmonium, though he doesn't actually play any keyboard instrument in his band.
* The name "Gavin" may have been chosen as the basis of his band's name, the [[Gavinners]], which may have in turn come from the German word "''gewinner''" meaning "winner".
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* The name "Gavin" may have been chosen as the basis of his band's name, the [[Gavinners]], which may have in turn come from the German word "''gewinner''" meaning "winner", "Gavin" might also mean "''Gewinn''" in German which means "prize".
 
* The name "Gavin" is also a medieval variant of "[[Wikipedia:Gawain|Gawain]]", the name of an [[Wikipedia:King Arthur|Arthurian]] knight. It is probably of Celtic origin, coming from the Welsh words "''gwalch''" ("hawk") and "''gwyn''" ("white").
 
* The name "Gavin" is also a medieval variant of "[[Wikipedia:Gawain|Gawain]]", the name of an [[Wikipedia:King Arthur|Arthurian]] knight. It is probably of Celtic origin, coming from the Welsh words "''gwalch''" ("hawk") and "''gwyn''" ("white").
 
* His given name in the [[France|French]] localization, "Konrad", is believed to ultimately come from the Proto-Germanic words "''kōniz''" (meaning "bold" or "brave") and "''rēdą''" (meaning "counsel"). Combined it translates roughly as "courageous advice".
 
* His given name in the [[France|French]] localization, "Konrad", is believed to ultimately come from the Proto-Germanic words "''kōniz''" (meaning "bold" or "brave") and "''rēdą''" (meaning "counsel"). Combined it translates roughly as "courageous advice".
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