Snoutlet

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Snoutlet
Snoutlet in Mario & Luigi: Brothership
Snoutlet from Mario & Luigi: Brothership.
Species Winged Concordian creature
First appearance Mario & Luigi: Brothership (2024)
“Oh—but let's be clear. I AIN'T a pig.”
Snoutlet, Mario & Luigi: Brothership

Snoutlet is a major character from Mario & Luigi: Brothership. He is a flying piggy bank-like creature who acts as Mario and Luigi's advisor throughout their adventure in Concordia where he resides. Despite his appearance, he angrily denies being a pig. His role seems to be similar to Stuffwell, Starlow, and Prince Dreambert from previous Mario & Luigi titles as the brothers' primary companion. His name is a portmanteau of "snout", referring to a pig's nose, and "outlet", which refers to an electrical output socket.

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Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese タッブー
Tabbū
Play of「タップ」(tappu, "tap"), a reference to table tap, and「ブーブー」(būbū, onomatopoeia for oinking); also from a backward spelling of「ぶた」(buta, "pig")

Dutch Trufvolt
Portmanteau of truffel ("truffle"), likely referring to truffle hogs, and "volt"
French Couchomb
Portmanteau of cochon ("pig") and "coulomb"
German Wattz
From "Watt" (a unit of power) and possibly the surname suffix -witz
Italian Presus
Portmanteau of presa ("outlet") and possibly the pigs' genus Sus
Portuguese Pligue[1]
From plugue ("plug") and presumably "pig"
Spanish Porcopolo
Portmanteau of puerco ("pig") and "Marco Polo", likely also referencing polo ("pole" in electronics)

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