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Naruto runner

noun; compounding
Noun A person who runs with their unbent arms backwards, forming a “V” from above, with their torso as the point; a person who Naruto runs Naruto run (Verb) To run with unbent arms backwards, behind the body, forming the shape of the letter “v”
 
Naruto is a very famous Japanese manga and anime. Naruto is the titular character. In the show, the characters would run in a very idiosyncratic manner, with their unbent arms straight backwards. This became a source of amusement for viewers, as people ordinarily run with their arms pumping back and forth. As such, this type of running became inexorably linked with the show. Because it is from the show, it is more commonly used among fans of manga and anime, specifically the anime. The style of running is less obvious in manga.
Etymology : “Naruto run” is a verb that is a compound of “Naruto” and “run”. The English word “run” is converted into a noun with the addition of “er” as a derivational affix, which indicates that the word is a person. “Naruto runner” became a word meaning one that engages in the action of Naruto running.
Source : “im joining the naruto runners” Accessed: 12/3/2019 Published in Fanfiction: 7/2/2019 (Updated more recently) Context: A character proclaiming that they wanted to go with the people planning to Naruto run into Area 51 as a meme to find the alleged governmentally hidden aliens.
Last modified: 22 December 2019


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