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Gaara has a symbol that reads "WMW" on his Sand gourd. What does this symbol mean? Is it kanji or just some random symbol?

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    I don't think that says "WMW"... it just looks like some sort of design/pattern (for aesthetic purposes). At any rate, it isn't anything Japanese.
    – senshin
    Jun 10, 2014 at 1:38

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From the Naruto wiki site:

Gaara carries around this giant calabash-shaped gourd covered in designs and filled with his chakra-infused sand which he can freely manipulate.

It's just a design on the gourd and doesn't hold any particular meaning.

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there is likely no meaning to the presence of the symbol aside from looks but it is one japanese "letter" from Katakana written system, not Kanji. It is ヨ . which is pronounced yo

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