Alabasta

Alabasta

Is this the kingdom of Aladdin or Ara in one piece? ۔

During the manga, creator Echiro Oda wrote it in Aladdin's Eternal Pose. Anyway, at least I didn't go down without explaining myself first. It got a lot of fans and eventually the fan group decided to use it with R.

Recently, Oda became real. This time he spelled L, and as Oda should speak some English so far, he has visited the United States several times since then, I think the official spelling is Aladdin.

Ala is his official name.

This is something that sometimes happens when words are changed in Rome. In this case, the sounds of R and L can be interchanged, so the two names are pronounced the same way (arabasuta). Obsessive translators should try their best with names that are romanticized and sometimes not like the official translations published later.

If you want to know more, there is a very detailed explanation on Wikipedia.

It's a tool and hard to find on Google.

This is the style

Alabasta