Once upon a time there was a little boy in blue jumpsuit who searched for food in the wilderness until a carefree Bulma in search of the Dragon Balls completely changed his world. This is how Dragon Ball beganWith the knowledge of this little boy who over time has grown into one of the strongest warriors in the universe.

Growing up, Goku performed at different ages and after training with different masters, often changing combat clothes. But what do the symbols on the different items of clothing mean? Let's look at the ones already worn by Goku and their symbols from the beginning to the last chapters of Dragon Ball Super.

Initially, Goku wore a blue suit over which he tied the sheath of his wand. In the class with the Genius of the Turtles, however, Goku's main outfit changes to the already orange icon. The ideogram δΊ€ (Kame) is written on the chest and backor turtle to indicate that he is a disciple of Roshi. Goku will wear this uniform for some time, enforcing it with other garments, but changing some details over time.

After training with the Supreme and Mr. Popo, he added a blue shirt and boots to the orange uniform, while another modification appears after his time with King Kaioh. Here his emblem will change again bear the ideogram η•Œγ‹ γ„ηŽ‹γŠ う (Kaioh) both on the chest and on the back. This will take until he gets to Namek, where Goku will be wearing one orange T-shirt with Kanji ζ‚Ÿ (Go) by Goku.

The uniform then remains devoid of certain symbols over time, all the way to Dragon Ball Super, where it returns for a few moments to wear the uniform with the Kanji Go, and the symbol of the Peace Organization during the saga of the Prisoner of the Galactic Patrol . During training with Whis, Goku will eventually wear a very spartan gi without symbols, but with it the angel who will draw his symbol on the uniform.

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