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Naruto is a Japanese anime/manga series by Masashi Kishimoto, about the struggle of a boy to become the best ninja. It is also a series that exemplifies why much of this genre is for kids:

a. Kids running amok without parental supervision are responsible for restoring world peace

b. An average kid can become the best by luck (which crosses with c and d)

c. An average kid can suddenly wake up to the value of hard work and surpass everyone who has worked harder for many years

d. Consistent grudge against/negative portryal of prodigies

e. Good guys survive all adversity because they are defined as good guys

f. Violence is noble in the name of righteousness (which crosses with g and h)

g. Physical strength is the panacea for all evils of the world

h. A powerful secret organization/entity/community is responsible for all the evils of the world

Even though it tries hard to pass itself as sophisticated by adding gratuitous violence, foul language, and other objectionable themes, the series, by the aforementioned limitations and many more, is still best classified as kids entertainment.

Naruto is an anime for kids.
by Demi&Kain September 19, 2006
 
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1. The swirly thingamabobs in your Ramen that tast like bean curd.
2. Decent manga about some ninja kids.
1. I ate the naruto.
2. My friend really likes the Naruto manga.
by nikkan_hanil December 11, 2003
 
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Naruto is an excellent anime and manga series which is still running. It is about a young boy named Naruto who has the Ninetailed Fox Demon sealed inside him. He was hated by his village for having the demon in him. His dream is to become the #1 ninja in the village and have everyone acknowledge him. He is put on a team with Sasuke and Sakura under their teacher Kakashi. Together they go through many tasks with important lessons in the end. This is an excellent series with beautiful animation, touching scenes, great music, and kick-ass fighting!
by Cherushi November 09, 2003
 
3.
A type of Japanese steamed fishcake.
I want to eat Naruto.
by Imakoo September 27, 2005
 
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1. The name of the popular anime/manga series which is licensed by ShoPro.

2. The name of a character in "Naruto". Naruto is a young boy who was born with a nine-tailed demon fox sealed inside him. Naruto then was shunned by adults who feared the kyuubi inside him. Naruto was then taken to the ninja academy and became a class slacker. After, he was assigned to Team 7 which consists of Hatake Kakashi, Uchiha Sasuke, and Haruno Sakura. Eventually, Sasuke and Naruto became rivals and developed a sense of friendship. Naruto, along with his team, participated in the Chuunin Exam. Shortly after, Naruto was targeted by members of Akatsuki, which was interested in the kyuubi inside Naruto. When Sasuke was bothered with the thought of being weak, he betrayed Konoha and sought power by giving up his body to Orichimaru. Further information is unknown.
1. Naruto is on the TTL(Top Ten List) for anime.

2. "Kage Bunshin No Jutsu(Shadow Replication Technique)"-Naruto
by .:A.|N.|B.|U.[G.M.] May 04, 2005
 
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The Number 1 Ninja At Surprising People.
I will never take back my words.
- That is my way of the ninja.
by Hokage-sama January 26, 2004
 
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A very unoverhyped manga and anime that has legions of followers in the states because of it's indetifiable, distinctive, yet simple characters. Top notch animation, great battle choreography, and an innovative rehashing of fantasy martial arts.
Naruto rocks!
by big anime fan, bigger naruto fan September 07, 2003
 
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1. The name of a popular japanese manga/anime geared toward the young male population much in the same style as Dragonball Z, yet holds appeal toward a wide audience due in large part to the varied and unique cast.

2. Main character in said manga/anime. Characterized by his blonde hair, orange clothes, and the demon fox which was sealed within his belly soon after his birth. He can draw upon the energy of the demon at will to increase his strength.
1. I reccomend www.narutofan.com to sate your curiosities.

2. I'd give you a quote or something, but I don't know how to use japanese.
by Pablo del Fuego January 15, 2005