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1.
A fictional species from the Pokémon franchise that made its debut in the 2010/2011 Nintendo DS video games Pokémon Black Version and Pokémon White Version as Pokémon species #495, serving as the Grass-type starter Pokémon for the Unova region.

It is basically a Grass Snake Pokémon whose name is an obvious portmanteau of the words "snake" and "ivy", although the first three letters in Snivy also happen to be the first three letters in the word, "snide".

Long before its official international/English name was announced, it had the fan-given nickname, "Smugleaf", which became an Internet meme. The fan name remains so popular that Pokémon fans are willing to nickname their Snivy as "Smugleaf".
Snivy is lame, Smugleaf for the win!
by Just Another Anonymous Person November 23, 2010
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2.
The fan nickname for Snivy, a fictional species from the Pokémon franchise that made its debut in the 2010/2011 Nintendo DS video games Pokémon Black Version and Pokémon White Version as Pokémon species #495, serving as the Grass-type starter Pokémon for the Unova region.

This leaf-tailed Pokémon quickly gained significant popularity on the Internet for its smug looks, hence the nickname. It's been called at times, "the new Mudkip", and "Smugleaf" became a sort of Pokémon variation of trollface. There were also references made about its design being similar to that of "Excalibur" from the popular anime series, Soul Eater.
Smugleaf says, "U mad?"
by Just Another Anonymous Person November 23, 2010
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A fictional species from the Pokémon franchise that made its debut in the 2010/2011 Nintendo DS video games Pokémon Black Version and Pokémon White Version as Pokémon species #498, serving as the Fire-type starter Pokémon for the Unova region.

It is basically a Fire Pig Pokémon whose name is a portmanteau of either "tepid" (as in "lukewarm") and "pig" or "temperature" and "pig".

When it was originally announced in Japan, it had a rather mixed reception amongst Pokémon fans. Some of the more positive reactions toward this Pokémon's official art mention its smiling face which looks similar to the awesome face. Before its official international/English name was announced, it had several different fan-given nicknames, with the most prominent being "Pignite", "Pignition", and "Hamferno". Later on, several fans were disappointed when it was revealed that both its evolutions were Fire-Fighting types, a type combination that's already been done before on the evolutions of the previous two Fire-type starters, Torchic (which evolves into Combusken and Blaziken) and Chimchar (which evolves into Monferno and Infernape).
Tepig sounds like it's "teh pig"!
by Just Another Anonymous Person November 30, 2010
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The Water-type starter Pokémon for the Unova region in the 2010/2011 Nintendo DS video games Pokémon Black Version and Pokémon White Version, as well as the 2012 sequels to those games.

It is a small, blue-and-white Sea Otter Pokémon with a detachable scallop on its chest (called a "Scalchop") that is made of keratin (the same stuff that is found in hair and nails) and is used as a sword. Its name may be a combination of ocean, shell, water, and otter, as well a reference to the Canadian city of Oshawa.

It was the least popular of the Unova Starters when it was first revealed, well behind that of Snivy and Tepig, and it was initially seen as a bastard child of a Piplup and a Bidoof. It was also given the rather unimaginative fan nickname "Wotter" before it received its official International/English name. However, it gained better reception after its evolutions Dewott and Samurott were revealed and gained further popularity after Pokémon Black and White were released.
Don't you dare screw with Oshawott, or it will screw you up your ass with that freakin' sword-shell of his!
by Just Another Anonymous Person August 05, 2012
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