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The following tables contain names of Attack on Titan elements that have different names or spellings across several sources and editions.

Characters

Kanji Romaji Kodansha Comics Funimation Vertical Other
アルミン・アルレルト Arumin Arureruto Armin Arlert[citation needed] Armin Arlelt[citation needed]
ビーン Bīn Bean[citation needed] Beane[citation needed]
獣の巨人 Kemono no Kyojin Beast Titan[citation needed]
Bestial Titan[citation needed]
ベルトルト・フーバー Berutoruto Fūbā Bertolt Hoover[citation needed] Bertholdt Hoover[citation needed]
カルラ・イェーガー Karura Yēgā Carla Yeager[citation needed]
Kalura Yeager[citation needed]
Carla Jaeger[citation needed]
カルロ・ピケール Karuro Pikēru Carlo Pikale[citation needed] Carlo Piquer[citation needed]
超大型巨人 Chō ōgata Kyojin Colossus Titan[citation needed] Colossal Titan[citation needed]
コニー・スプリンガー Konī Supuringā Connie Springer[citation needed] Conny Springer[citation needed]
ダリス・ザックレー Darisu Zakkurē Darius Zackly[citation needed] Dhalis Zachary[citation needed]
大地の悪魔 Daichi no Akuma Devil of All Earth[citation needed]
Earth Devil[citation needed]
Devil of All Land[citation needed][1]
ディータ・ネス Dīta Nesu Dita Ness[2] Dieter Ness[citation needed]
ドット・ピクシス Dotto Pikushisu Dot Pixis[citation needed] Dot Pyxis[citation needed]
エルド・ジン Erudo Jin Eld Jinn[citation needed] Eld Gin[citation needed]
エレナ・マンセル Erena Manseru Elena[citation needed] Elena Mansell[3]
エレン・イェーガー Eren Yēgā Eren Yeager[citation needed] Eren Jaeger[citation needed]
フラゴン・ターレット Furagon Tāretto Flagon Turret[citation needed] Flagon Turret[citation needed]
フーゴ Fūgo Fugo[citation needed] Hugo[citation needed]
グリシャ・イェーガー Gurisha Yēgā Grisha Yeager[citation needed] Grisha Jaeger[citation needed]
ハンジ・ゾエ Hanji Zoe Hange Zoë[citation needed]
Zoë Hange[citation needed]
Hange Zoë[citation needed]
Zoë Hange[citation needed]
Hans Zoe[4]
Hans[5]
Hanzi[6]
Zoe Hans[7]
ハンナ・ディアマント Hanna Diamanto Hannah Diamant Hanna Diament[citation needed] Hannah Diamont[citation needed]
ヒース・マンセル Hīsu Manseru Heath Mansel[citation needed] Heath Mansell[3]
ジャン・キルシュタイン Jan Kirushutain Jean Kirstein[citation needed] Jean Kirschtein[citation needed] John[8]
ホルヘ・ピケール Horuhe Pikēru Jorge Pikale[citation needed] Jorge Piquer[citation needed]
キース・シャーディス Kīsu Shādisu Keith Shadis[citation needed] Keith Sadies[citation needed]
キッツ・ヴェールマン Kittsu Vēruman Kitz Weilman[citation needed] Kitz Woermann[citation needed]
コスロ Kosuro Koslow[citation needed]
Koslo[9]
クリスタ・レンズ Kurisuta Renzu Krista Lenz[citation needed] Christa Lenz[citation needed]
キュクロ・マンセル Kyukuro Manseru Kuklo[citation needed] Kuklo[10]
Kyklo[11]
ルーク・シス Rūku Shisu Luke Siss[citation needed] Luke Cis[citation needed]
マルコ・ボット Maruko Botto Marco Bott[citation needed] Marco Bodt[citation needed]
マルセル・ガリアード Maruseru Gariādo Marcel Galliard[citation needed] Berwick (ベリック Berikku?)[citation needed]
マリア·カールステッド Maria Kārusuteddo Maria Carlstead[citation needed] Maria Carlstedt[citation needed]
マルロ・フロイデンベルク Maruro Furoidenberuku Marlowe Freudenberg[citation needed] Marlo Freudenberg[citation needed] Marlowe Freudenberg[citation needed] Marlowe Sand (マルロ・サンド Maruro Sando?)[citation needed]
ミカサ・アッカーマン Mikasa Akkāman Mikasa Ackerman[citation needed] Mikasa Ackermann[citation needed]
ミケ・ザカリアス Mike Zakariasu Mike Zacharias[citation needed] Miche Zacharius[citation needed]
モーゼス・ブラウン Mōzesu Buraun Moses Braun[citation needed] Moses[citation needed]
ミリウス・ゼルムスキー Miriusu Zerumusukī Mylius Zeramuski[citation needed]
Milieus Zermusky[12]
Milieus Zeremski[citation needed]
ナック・ティアス Nakku Tiasu Nac Tias[citation needed] Nack Tierce[citation needed]
ナイル・ドーク Nairu Dōku Nile Dok[citation needed] Nile Dawk[citation needed]
オルオ・ボザド Oruo Bozado Oluo Bozado[citation needed] Oruo Bozad[citation needed]
ペトラ・ラル Petora Raru Petra Ral[citation needed] Petra Rall[citation needed]
サシャ・ブラウス Sasha Burausu Sasha Blouse[citation needed] Sasha Braus[citation needed]
ソニー Sonī Sonny[citation needed] Sawney[citation needed]
ソルム・ヒューメ Sorumu Hyūme Sorum Humé[citation needed] Solm Hume[citation needed]
トーマ Tōma Thomas[citation needed] Tomas[citation needed]
ウルクリン・レイス Urukurin Reisu Urklyn Reiss[13]
Ulklin Reiss[14][15]

Organizations

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対人制圧部隊 Taijin Seiatsu Butai Anti-Personnel Control Squad[16] Anti-Personnel Vertical Maneuvering Equipment Squad (対人立体機動部隊 Taijin Rittai Kidō Butai?, also translated as "Anti-Personnel Vertical Maneuvering Unit"[17])[18]
ウォール教 Wōrukyō Church of the Walls[citation needed]
Wall Religion[19]
Order of the Walls[citation needed]
駐屯兵団 Chūton Heidan Garrison[citation needed] Garrison Regiment[citation needed]
憲兵団 Kenpeidan Military Police Brigade[citation needed] Military Police Regiment[citation needed]
中央第一憲兵団 Chūōdai Kenpeidan Military Police Brigade First Interior Squad[citation needed]
Military Police Brigade Interior First Squad[20]
Interior Police[21]
王政 Ōsei Royal Government[citation needed] Central Government[citation needed]
調査兵団 Chōsa Heidan Survey Corps[citation needed] Scout Regiment[citation needed]
訓練兵団 Kunren Heidan Training Corps[citation needed] Cadet Corps[citation needed]

Locations

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地下室 Chikashitsu Basement[citation needed] Cellar
工業場市 Kōjō Toshi Factory City[22]
Industrial City
Industrial City[citation needed] Factory City[citation needed]
カラネス区 Karanesu-ku Karanes District[citation needed] Calaneth District[citation needed]
シガンシナ区 Shiganshina-ku Shiganshina District[citation needed] Zhiganshina District[23]
巨大樹の森 Kyodai-ju no Mori Titan Forest[citation needed] Forest of Giant Trees[citation needed]
ウォール・シーナ Wōru Shīna Wall Sheena Wall Sina[citation needed] Wall Sina[24]

Objects

Kanji Romaji Kodansha Comics Funimation Vertical Other
立体機動装置 Rittai kidō sōchi Vertical maneuvering equipment[citation needed] Omni-directional mobility gear[citation needed] Three-Dimensional Maneuver Gear

Ranks and Titles

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戦士長 Senshi-chō Captain[citation needed]
Warchief
Commander[citation needed]
三兵団総統 San Heidan Sōtō General of the Three Military Branches[citation needed]
Commander-in-Chief of the Three Military Branches[citation needed]
Premier of the Three Regiments[citation needed]
教官 Kyōkan Instructor[citation needed] Commandant[citation needed]
司祭 Shisai Minister[citation needed] Pastor[citation needed]
分隊副長 Buntai Fukuchō Squad Executive Officer[citation needed] Section Vice Captain[citation needed]
分隊長 Bun-taichō Squad Leader[citation needed] Section Commander[citation needed]
班長 Hanchō Team Leader[citation needed] Section Commander[citation needed]
南側領土最高責任者 Minamigawa Ryōdo Saikō Sekininsha Top Officer of the Southern Territories
Highest-Ranking Commander of the Southern Territory[citation needed]
Top Official of the Southern Territory[12]
Top Officer of the Southern Territory[citation needed]
訓練兵 Kunren-hei Trainee[citation needed] Cadet[citation needed]

Other

Kanji Romaji Kodansha Comics Funimation Vertical Other
壁外調査 Hekigai Chōsa Expedition Outside the Walls[citation needed]
Expedition Beyond the Walls[citation needed]
Exterior Scouting Mission[citation needed] Extramural Expedition[citation needed]

References

  1. Attack on Titan Character Encyclopedia (p. 140)
  2. Attack on Titan Character Encyclopedia (p. 40)
  3. 3.0 3.1 Attack on Titan: Before the Fall novel (p. 15)
  4. "登場人物". shingeki.tv. Retrieved on August 27th, 2018.
  5. Attack on Titan, The Movie: Part 1
  6. "Attack on Titan, Episode 15: Special Operations Squad -- Eve of the Counterattack, Part 2". Funimation. — "The Scout Regiment moves Eren to an old abandoned castle where he will continue his training. Hanzi visits and reveals that she’s been putting two captured Titans through a series of tests and trials—experiments that she wants Eren’s help with.". Retrieved on July 14th, 2018.
  7. "JINS PC Collaborates with the Anime “Attack on Titan”". FASHION HEADLINE JAPAN. — JINS merchandise. Retrieved on June 30th, 2016.
  8. Attack on Titan anime: Episode 8 — Netflix subtitles.
  9. Attack on Titan Character Encyclopedia (p. 130)
  10. Attack on Titan: Kuklo Unbound novel
  11. Attack on Titan: Before the Fall novel
  12. 12.0 12.1 Attack on Titan: The Anime Guide
  13. Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 63 (p. 21) — Volume edition.
  14. Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 63 (p. 21) — Simulpub edition.
  15. Attack on Titan Character Encyclopedia (p. 89)
  16. Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 56 (p. 45)
  17. Attack on Titan Character Encyclopedia (p. 56-58)
  18. Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 69 (p. 21)
  19. Attack on Titan Character Encyclopedia (p. 93)
  20. Attack on Titan manga: Chapter 52 (p. 16)
  21. Attack on Titan anime: Episode 38
  22. Attack on Titan Guidebook
  23. Attack on Titan anime: Episode 1 — Crunchyroll: "To You, 2,000 Years in the Future -The Fall of Zhiganshina (1)".
  24. Attack on Titan: Lost Girls novel