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In the manga translator's (http://symphogear.blogspot.com) commentary, the FG is guessed to stand for Fonic Gain (it should be Phonic Gain). However, I'd speculate that it would mean Phonic Gear as it is the more elegant and title-consistent explanation.

As we know, Symphogear could mean Symphonic Gear while Symphonic itself means (etymologically) "Sounding Together/Concomittant Sound" due to the syn- prefix means "together/with" or "concommitant"

ref: The first page of TL commentaryThe first page of TL commentary

In the manga translator's (http://symphogear.blogspot.com) commentary, the FG is guessed to stand for Fonic Gain (it should be Phonic Gain). However, I'd speculate that it would mean Phonic Gear as it is the more elegant and title-consistent explanation.

As we know, Symphogear could mean Symphonic Gear while Symphonic itself means (etymologically) "Sounding Together/Concomittant Sound" due to the syn- prefix means "together/with" or "concommitant"

ref: The first page of TL commentary

In the manga translator's (http://symphogear.blogspot.com) commentary, the FG is guessed to stand for Fonic Gain (it should be Phonic Gain). However, I'd speculate that it would mean Phonic Gear as it is the more elegant and title-consistent explanation.

As we know, Symphogear could mean Symphonic Gear while Symphonic itself means (etymologically) "Sounding Together/Concomittant Sound" due to the syn- prefix means "together/with" or "concommitant"

ref: The first page of TL commentary

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In the manga translator's (http://symphogear.blogspot.com) commentary, the FG standsis guessed to stand for Fonic Gain (it should be Phonic Gain). However, I'd speculate that it would mean Phonic Gear as it is the more elegant and title-consistent explanation.

As we know, Symphogear could mean Symphonic Gear while Symphonic itself means (etymologically) "Sounding Together/Concomittant Sound" due to the syn- prefix means "together/with" or "concommitant"

ref: The first page of TL commentary

In the manga translator's commentary, the FG stands for Fonic Gain (it should be Phonic Gain). However, I'd speculate that it would mean Phonic Gear as it is the more elegant and title-consistent explanation.

As we know, Symphogear could mean Symphonic Gear while Symphonic itself means (etymologically) "Sounding Together/Concomittant Sound" due to the syn- prefix means "together/with" "concommitant"

In the manga translator's (http://symphogear.blogspot.com) commentary, the FG is guessed to stand for Fonic Gain (it should be Phonic Gain). However, I'd speculate that it would mean Phonic Gear as it is the more elegant and title-consistent explanation.

As we know, Symphogear could mean Symphonic Gear while Symphonic itself means (etymologically) "Sounding Together/Concomittant Sound" due to the syn- prefix means "together/with" or "concommitant"

ref: The first page of TL commentary

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In the manga translator's commentary, the FG stands for Fonic Gain (it should be Phonic Gain). However, I'd speculate that it would mean Phonic Gear as it is the more elegant and title-consistent explanation.

As we know, Symphogear could mean Symphonic Gear while Symphonic itself means (etymologically) "Sounding Together/Concomittant Sound" due to the syn- prefix means "together/with" "concommitant"