Definition of the English word young men:
young men. [noun] cowboy
en 化ける: appear in disguise, take shape, change for the worse, corrupt.
 Bagero = bakayarō, a strong term of abuse often used by Japanese soldiers towards the Chinese and others they considered inferior. The meaning is something like “you stupid prat“. (Source: Google Books)
The Hungry Ghosts (Gaki) are the Eternally Suffering Ghosts and the Incantation of the Red Goddess (Aka no Megami), Rinne Kusaregedo.
Usually “shira-nai” is translated as “I don’t know” and “wakara-nai” as “I don’t understand“. Both words are used when the speaker cannot answer clearly to the listener.
Loud! Urusai! You’re annoying! / It’s frustrating! → Shut up! / Stop it!
Names yes, konoyaro! literally translates to “Don’t think you can fool me, dude!” But you’d be wise to avoid a character who says that. The actual meaning is similar to “Look out, you asshole!”
Definition of Banzai
: a Japanese cheer or war cry.
Bakayaro = stupid guy. Baka dumb means fool and yaro bastard means person. So taken together it means stupid person, a fool. It means, so to speak, “You idiot!”.
「～だってばよ」(dattebayo): The Summary
Though it translates as “Believe it!” In the English locale of the series the actual term doesn’t mean much and is just used to add flavor and a uniquely childish sass to Naruto’s dialogue.
Kozo bark (also known as mulberry) is used in about 90% of the washi made today. Kozo was originally found in the mountain wilderness of the islands of Shikoku and Kyusu. It became a crop used primarily for paper and cloth production.
Kekkei Mōra (血継網羅, literally: encompassing bloodline) is an advanced jutsu branch unique to Kaguya Ōtsutsuki and her direct bloodline. All of Kaguya’s techniques were classified as kekkei mōra; Apart from these examples, it is not known what exactly classifies a kekkei mōra.
I understand [WAKARIMASU]
If your friend says “Oyasumi” to you, you should also reply “Oyasumi” to your friend.
Wakatta and Wakarimashita are both past tenses and more like “get it” or “I got it”, while Wakatteru is more like “I understand” or “I understand”.