Welcome back from the unplanned hiatus. To start this topic, I just thought I'd share a random DB fact.
Bulma -> Bu-Lu-Ma (as translitterated directly from Japanese)
The first "u" can be dropped, since it's been inserted into a consonent cluster. The second "u" can be replaced by "oo", since it has the same sound. "Ma" can become "Mer" since "r" is a liquid consonent and is implied by a long "a".
Doing all this, we get "Bloomer". Add an "s", since Japanese has no plural tense, and we get "Bloomers", the meaning of Bulma's name.
If you don't believe me, just think of her father's name, "Dr. Briefs," and her son, "Trunks." :p
Still trying to quit the internet. Or is it stop trying to quit the internet? I forget.