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List of devil fruits

Devil Fruits

Currently, there are 75 known canon Devil Fruits, 17 non-canon and 3 from the
SBS (95 in total). There are no two identical Devil Fruits in the world. Fruits are
classified into three different groups: Paramecia, Zoan, and Logia.

Paramecia Fruits

Paramecia-type fruits alter the user's body in some way. The default state is fully human, unlike Logia,
which is partially the element (this is why Luffy is moved to Logia, he is a rubber-man by default [1]).

Judging out from the paramecia fruits we have seen so far, it looks like paramecia fruits are shaped like
melons. They are referred to as Paramythia in the concluded 4Kids dub.

Gomu Gomu no Mi
Meaning: "Gomu" is the Japanese word for "rubber". It can also be used as "gum".
English name: Gum Gum Fruit
Effect: Allows the user’s body to stretch like rubber, making the user a Rubber Human. The user
is almost entirely immune to blunt attacks, including hand-to-hand combat, bullets or even
cannonballs. Sharp edges can still pierce or slash through this cushioning effect with relative
ease. The user can stretch his blood vessels wider to increase the speed of his blood flow in order
to become faster and stronger, at a cost of depleting his body’s energy at a faster rate. The user
can even inflate his bones to increase the volume of his body and significantly increase his
attacks, at the cost of his body becoming smaller for a short period of time (This weakness can
be overcome with intense training).
Consumed by:
Monkey D. Luffy
Bara Bara no Mi
Meaning: "Bara" refers to the sound a knife or other sharp object makes when it hits a cutting
board, while "Barabara" means to disconnect.
English name: Chop Chop Fruit
Effect: Allows the user to split his or her body apart and control the pieces at will, also
becoming permanently immune to being cut. However, in order to split apart one of the body's
limbs must remain grounded, that is act as normal (e.g. Buggy's feet walking on the ground
while the other body parts were sent flying towards a target).
Consumed by:
Buggy the Clown

Sube Sube no Mi
Meaning: "Suberu" means "to slip/slide" in Japanese. "Subesube" in Japanese means "young
and sexy", which could describe the eater now.
English name: Slip Slip Fruit
Effect: Makes the user's body slippery, causing virtually all objects to slide off his or her body,
protecting the user completely from harm in most situations. Apparently, the fruit also makes
the consumer slim if they were obese.
Consumed by:
Alvida

Bomu Bomu no Mi
Meaning: "Bomu" is the Japanese pronunciation of "bomb."
English name: Bomb Bomb Fruit (anime), Boom Boom Fruit (manga)
Effect: Allows the user to make any part of his or her body explodes with no harm done to the
user; this even applies to hair, mucus, and breath. It also makes him or her permanently immune
to explosive attacks.
Consumed by:
Mr. 5

Kilo Kilo no Mi
Meaning: 'Kilo' as used here is short for "kilogram," a metric unit of weight.
English name: Kilo Kilo Fruit
Effect: Allows the user to change his or her weight, from anywhere between 1 and 10,000
kilograms. In the American animé, pounds replace kilograms, despite the fruit name remaining
the same.
Consumed by:
Miss Valentine

Hana Hana no Mi
Meaning: "Hana" is, in this context, the Japanese word for "bloom". It can also mean "nose",
reflecting the fruit's creation of body parts.
English name: Hana Hana Fruit.
Effect: Allows the user to bloom pieces of his or her body multiple times from the surface of
any object like flowers. However, they can't be formed in areas where there is not enough space,
such as inside someone else's body. It has been shown that the user feels any pain directed onto
the extra limbs.
Consumed by:
Nico Robin (Miss All Sunday)

Doru Doru no Mi
Meaning: "Doru" comes from the Japanese word for candle, "kyandoru."
English name: Wax Wax Fruit
Effect: Allows the user to tap unlimited amounts of wax from his/her body, and create things
from it. When the wax hardens, it literally becomes as strong as steel. This ability is not to be
confused with a logia power, as the user cannot turn himself into wax, and thusly is not immune
to physical attacks. Despite its density, the wax can be melted by fire just like normal wax.
Consumed by:
Mr. 3

Baku Baku no Mi
Meaning: "Baku" is the sound of sheet metal being struck, while "Paku" is the sound of eating.
It could also come from the phrase "baku baku tabeteru", which can be likened to "chowing
down" in English.
English name: Munch Munch Fruit
Effect: Allows the user to chew through and eat anything he or she wants, and subsequently
build it into his or her body, or fuse the eaten objects. The user can "eat" himself, and alter his
body structure at will. The user’s mouth can be enlarged to extreme degrees and break anything.
The user can eat things that would be fatal to normal people like poison. A negative effect of
this fruit is that the user becomes permanently hungry, and must constantly eat to satisfy that
hunger.
Consumed by:
Wapol

Mane Mane no Mi
Meaning: "Mane" means "imitation" or "mimicry."
English name: Clone Clone Fruit
Effect: Allows the user to turn into anyone he or she has touched. When the user changes, he
also imitates the copied people’s flexibility, strength, etc. [2] and can switch back to his normal
state by touching his face with his left hand. The user cannot mimic any Devil Fruit powers the
copied person possesses.
Consumed by:
Mr. 2 (Bon Clay)

Supa Supa no Mi
Meaning: "Supasupa" is the noise a knife makes when cutting through something. Different
from "Bara," the noise the knife makes when it hits the board.
English name: Dice Dice Fruit
Effect: Turns the user's skin or surface portion of his/her body permanently into steel and
allows the user to turn any surface of his or her body into a steel blade.
Consumed by:
Mr. 1 (Daz Bones)

Toge Toge no Mi
Meaning: "Toge" means "spike."
English name: Spike Spike Fruit
Effect: Allows the user to grow spikes on any part of his or her body, and turn any body part
entirely into a spike. The user can also somehow utilize "Toge doping" to greatly increase their
muscle mass. All the spikes are capable of going through rock walls.
Consumed by:
Miss Doublefinger (Dub: Miss New Year's Eve)

Ori Ori no Mi
Meaning: "Ori" means "cage."
English name: Cage Cage Fruit
Effect: Allows the user to place iron shackles on his or her foes, by having them pass through
the users body parts.
Consumed by:
Hina
Bane Bane no Mi
Meaning: "Bane" means spring.
English name: Spring Spring Fruit (English dub), Coil Coil Fruit (Pirates' Carnival)
Effect: Allows the user to turn his or her limbs into springs. It is unknown whether the rest of
the body can be changed as well.
Consumed by:
Bellamy

Noro Noro no Mi
Meaning: "Noronoro" means slowly or sluggishly.
Effect: Allows the user to emit "Noroma Photons," which significantly slow any object he or
she strikes down for thirty seconds. The beam can be reflected off of shiny objects such as
swords or a mirror.
Consumed by:
Foxy
Doa Doa no Mi
Meaning: "Doa" is the Japanese pronunciation of "door"
Effect: Allows the user to create doors through and on every surface he or she touches, and
make doors through the atmosphere leading into a pocket dimension (a Western-style door).
Consumed by:
Blueno

Awa Awa no Mi
Meaning: "Awa" means "bubble."
Effect: Allows the user to emit and control soap and bubbles that can not only clean off dirt but
can also "clean off" power, essentially draining ones energy (and leaving them clean and shiny).
This ability is not to be confused with a Logia power, as the user cannot turn himself into soap
and bubbles, and thusly is not immune to physical attacks. Water can counter its effects.
Consumed by:
Kalifa
Beri Beri no Mi
Meaning: "Beri" means berries.
Effect: Allows the user to split into orbs where they can separate and come together as well as
bounce.
Consumed by:
Very Good

Sabi Sabi no Mi
Meaning: "Sabi" means rust.
Effect: Allows the user to rust any objects instantly. In the anime the user can also rust
someone's body.
Consumed by:
Shuu

Shari Shari no Mi
Meaning: "Shari" means Wheel.
Effect: Allows the user to turn their body parts into wheels and rapidly spin them around
Consumed by:
Sharinguru
Yomi Yomi no Mi
Meaning: "Yomi" is short for "Yomigaeru" which means "revive" or "reborn." Yomi also
means Hades, Greek god of the underworld and the dead.
Effect: Initially, nothing. When the user dies, however, it brings them back to life. Upon death
the spirit is halted from travelling to the realms of the dead and is instead allowed to locate its
body and be revived. However, this does not prevent the user's body from decaying, hence
Brook's skeletal appearance.
Consumed by:
Brook

Kage Kage no Mi
Meaning: "Kage" means shadow
Effect: The Devil Fruit gives the eater the ability to treat shadows as solid objects, allowing
them to literally grab a shadow and even put it in a corpse giving that corpse the movement and
personality of the original owner except devil fruit abilities. When a person's shadow is taken,
they go into a two day coma, and are vaporized if they come into contact with sunlight. Gecko
Moria uses this ability to steal shadows using scissors and a spotlight. He can also use this
ability to manipulate his own shadow or to allow a physical body to gain shadow-like abilities
such as stretching. Also, Gecko Moria can switch places with his shadow if they are
disconnected.
Consumed by:
Gecko Moria
Horo Horo no Mi
Meaning: "Horo" means "hollow".
Effect: The user gains the attributes of a ghost. Allows the user to create replicas of himself
with the form of ghosts. Those ghosts are intangible and can inflict different kinds of emotional
states on the victims after passing their bodies. However, the ghosts will have no effect on the
target in this way if they often feel the inflicted emotion anyway, as demonstrated when they
were unable to inflict negative emotions on the naturally pessimistic Usopp. They can be
controlled at distance as spies by the user. The user also has attributes such as flight and the
tangibility of passing through objects. However, the key to the fruit is that the user leaves their
physical body to use these ghostly abilities, making it vulnerable.
Consumed by:
Perona

Suke Suke no Mi
Meaning: "Suke" is short for "sukeru", or "to be transparent or invisible". It also refers to
"sukebe", which means "pervert".
Effect: The user has the ability to become invisible, including anything they are touching
Consumed by:
Absalom
Hiso Hiso no Mi
Meaning: ""Hisohiso" means "whisperingly."
Effect: Allows the user to understand the heart of an animal or in other words allow him or her
to speak to animals.(Note: This Devil Fruit is anime only)
Consumed by:
Apis

Kama Kama no Mi
Meaning: "Kama" means "sickle."
Effect: Gives the user two-inch long claws and the ability to attack with blades of air. (Note:
This Devil Fruit is anime only)
Consumed by:
Erik the Whirlwind
Goe Goe no Mi
Meaning: "Goe" is a variation of "koe," meaning "voice" in Japanese.
Effect: Allows user to create beams of sound by shouting. (Note: This Devil Fruit is anime
only)
Consumed by:
El Drago

Kachi Kachi no Mi
Meaning: "Kachikachi" means "knocking stones together."
Effect: Allows the body of the user to be rock hard and heat up body temperature.(Note: This
Devil Fruit is anime only)
Consumed by:
Bear King

Gero Gero no Mi
Meaning: "Gerogero" means "digusting."
English name: Icky Icky Fruit
Effect: Makes the user very digusting that no one will come near you. (Note: this is Devil fruit
is SBS only: volume 6 chapter 49 page 104 )
Consumed by: The person who ask Oda about this in SBS
Samu Samu no Mi
Meaning: "Samu(i)" means "cold", and is often used when someone says a bad joke.
English name: Chilly Chilly Fruit
Effect: Makes the user tell stupid jokes. (Note: this is Devil fruit is SBS only: volume 7 chapter
54 page 26 )
Consumed by: The person who ask Oda about this in SBS

Zoan Fruits

Zoan-type fruits allow the user to transform into an animal. This fruit provides three forms: the user's
natural form, a full animal form (where the animal's size is often greatly exaggerated), and a hybrid form,
combining both original and animal form (usually in a bizarre way). Despite rumors, these fruits cannot
give human eaters the ability to talk to animals. There are ways to make even more forms with the
"Rumble ball", which lasts for three minutes.

Ushi Ushi no Mi, Model Bison


Meaning: "Ushi" means "cow"
English name: Ox Ox Fruit
Effect: Allows the user to change into a bison. In the English dub, the user turns into an Ox.
Consumed by:
Dalton

Hito Hito no Mi
Meaning: "Hito" means "person".
English name: Human Human Fruit
Effect: Allows the user to turn into a human, and gives an animal consumer human intelligence.
It has been stated that a human user simply would become "enlightened." [3], and unable to
swim.
Consumed by:
Tony Tony Chopper
Tori Tori no Mi, Model Falcon
Meaning: "Tori" means "bird".
English name: Tweet Tweet Fruit
Effect: Allows the user to turn into a large falcon at will. It is one of the five known devil fruits
that allow flying. "[4]
Consumed by:
Pell
Inu Inu no Mi, Model Dachshund
Meaning: "Inu" means "dog".
English name: Mutt Mutt Fruit: Model Dachsund
Effect: Allows the user to turn into a Dachshund at will.
Consumed by:
Lassoo (Mr. 4's gun)

Sara Sara no Mi, Model Axolotl


Meaning: "Sara" is short for "salamander".
English name: Sala Sala Fruit: Model Axolotl
Effect: Allows the user to turn into axolotl hybrid and a full axolotl at will.
Consumed by:
Smiley (Slime)

Mogu Mogu no Mi
Meaning: "Mogu" is taken from "mogura" which means "mole"; "mogumogu" means
"mumbling" or "chewing one's words", which describes the way Miss Merry Christmas speaks.
English name: Diggy Diggy Fruit
Effect: Allows the user to turn into a large mole at will. In the English dub, it is called a
woodchuck, despite still having the appearance of a mole.
Consumed by:
Miss Merry Christmas (Dub : Miss Groundhogs Day)
Inu Inu no Mi, Model Jackal
Meaning: "Inu" means "dog."
English name: Mutt Mutt fruit: Model Jackal
Effect: Allows the user to turn into a large jackal at will.
Consumed by:
Chaka

Uma Uma no Mi
Meaning: "Uma" means "horse."
Effect: Allows the user to turn into a horse.
Consumed by:
Pierre (Gan Fall's pet bird)
Neko Neko no Mi, Model Leopard
Meaning: "Neko" means "cat."
Effect: Allows the user to transform into a large leopard.
Consumed by:
Rob Lucci

Zou Zou no Mi
Meaning: "Zou" means "elephant."
Effect: Allows the user to transform into an elephant.
Consumed by:
Funkfreed (Spandam's sword)

Inu Inu no Mi, Model Wolf


Meaning: "Inu" means "dog."
Effect: Allows the user to turn into a wolf.
Consumed by:
Jyabura
Ushi Ushi no Mi, Model Giraffe
Meaning: "Ushi" means "cow." (NOTE: Giraffes are actually related to cows.)
Effect: Allows the user to transform into a giraffe.
Consumed by:
Kaku

Unknown
Meaning: Unknown
Effect: Allows the user to transform into a bazooka. (Note: This Devil Fruit is anime only)
Consumed by:
Alpacacino

Tori Tori no Mi, Model Eagle


Meaning: "Tori" means "bird".
Effect: Allows the user to transform into an eagle hybrid and a full eagle at will. (Note: This
Devil Fruit is anime only)
Consumed by:
Buzz

Unknown
Meaning: Unknown
Effect: Allows the user to transform into a cheetah. (Note: This Devil Fruit is anime only)
Consumed by:
Chiqicheetah

Logia fruits

Logia-type fruits allow the user to actually become a natural element in its entirety. Ever since their
abilities are gained, they are neither completely human nor element in their default state. However, Logia
users have the option of turning completely into their element if they so wish. Logia fruit abilities are
virtually immune to damage unless the special weakness pertaining to that fruit is discovered, or if sea
stone is used. Logia is also the strongest devil fruits

Moku Moku no Mi
Meaning: "Moku" is the sound billowing smoke makes.
English name: Smoke Smoke Fruit (English anime), Plume Plume Fruit (English manga)
Effect: Allows the user to transform into smoke at will as well as control it. In the English dub,
the user is also able to breathe it (this is only due to the removal of Smoker's cigars, which
resulted in him looking like the smoke was coming directly from him).
Consumed by:
Smoker (4Kids Dub: Chaser)

Mera Mera no Mi
Meaning: "Meramera" is the noise a fire makes when it burns.
English name: Flare Flare Fruit
Effect: Allows the user to transform into fire at will as well as control it. It is equal in strength
to the powers of Moku Moku no Mi.
Consumed by:
Portgas D. Ace (4Kids and Funimation Dub: Portgaz D. Trace)

Suna Suna no Mi
Meaning: "Suna" means "sand."
English name: Sand Sand Fruit
Effect: Allows the user to transform into sand at will as well as control it. Its power could be
honed to the point where the user could also dry anything the user grasps, killing the living
through dehydration, and causing all other matter to crumble to dust. However, Crocodile turns
solid when in contact with liquids, including blood (or sweat in the English dub) due to the sand
sticking together.
Consumed by:
Sir Crocodile (Mr. 0)
Goro Goro no Mi
Meaning: "Gorogoro" is the noise thunder makes.
English name: Rumble Rumble Fruit
Effect: Allows the user to transform into electricity as well as control it. It is called "invincible"
among all the others devil fruit powers because thunder is closely linked to Godly power. Also
enhances mantra. [5]
Consumed by:
Enel

Hie Hie no Mi
Meaning: "Hiehie" means "chilly."
English name: Chilly Chilly Fruit (Viz) and Ice Ice Fruit (FUNimation)
Effect: Allows the user to transform into ice as well as control it. The user can also lower the
temperature of a body if keeps contact to it. The user is also immune to hypothermia, Frostbite
or any other cold related diseases.
Consumed by:
Aokiji (Kuzan)
Yami Yami no Mi
Meaning: "Yami" means "Dark".
English name: Dark Dark Fruit
Effect: Allows the user to transform into darkness and control darkness and gravity. The user
can absorb physical matter and attacks and redirect it back at others, either by sucking it into a
dark mist which spreads from the user, or into the users body itself. Because of this, however,
the user takes hits like a normal human. The user also has the unique ability to nullify the
powers of other Devil Fruit users by simply touching them.
Consumed by:
Marshall D. Teach (Blackbeard)

Toro Toro no Mi
Meaning: "Toro" means "clear water," although it should be noted that this is some unknown
liquid, and NOT water.
Effect: Allows the user to transform into liquid as well as control it. (Note: This Devil Fruit is
anime only).
Consumed by:
Honey Queen
Ame Ame no Mi
Meaning: "Ame" means "hard candy".
Effect: Allows the user to transform into a kind of candy syrup, which cannot be damaged
effectively by blunt or sharp weapons, because their body will absorb the impact or catch the
blade in it, though flour is known to neutralize the effect. The user can also harden the syrup
into solid form. (Note: This Devil Fruit is anime only)
Consumed by:
General Gasparde

Pika Pika no Mi
Meaning: "Pikapika" means "glimmering" or "shining light".
English name: Glint Glint Fruit
Effect: Allows the user to create, control, and transform into light at will. It enables the user to
move at the speed of light and transport himself by means of reflection.
Consumed by:
Borsalino (Kizaru)
Gasu Gasu no Mi
Meaning: "Gasu" means "gas".
English name: Gas Gas Fruit
Effect: Allows the user to create, manipulate and transform into gas at will.
Consumed by:
Caesar Clown

Numa Numa no Mi
Meaning: "Numa" means "swamp" or "bog".
English name: Swamp Swamp Fruit
Effect: Allows the user to become the element of swamp.
Consumed by:
Wet Haired Caribou
Yuki Yuki no Mi
Meaning: "Yuki" means "snow".
English name: Snow Snow Fruit
Effect: Allows the user to create, control and transform into the element of snow at will.
Consumed by:
Monet

Magu Magu no Mi
Meaning: "Magu" is from "maguma", which is the Japanese pronunciation of the word
"magma".
English name: Magma Magma Fruit
Effect: Allows the user to create, control and transform into magma at will.
Consumed by:
Sakazuki (Akainu)

Beta Beta no Mi
Meaning: "Beta" means "sticky".
English name: Stick Stick Fruit
Effect: Allows the user to create, become and control an adhesive and explosive sticky
substance.
Consumed by:
Trébol