Originally Posted by Shrike
Good catch, didn't know it was Portuguese. I mean, I figured Diamante was Diamond reference right away, but Trevo (thought it was Trevor lol) only now makes sense.
(checks manga again)
Oh, it's Trevor. I think my mind just ignored the r. Well, now it's a toss up between Portuguese and Spanish depending on the katakana used. If it's Toreebō, the scanlators could've thought the ō
was for "or" and not the Portuguese enunciation of the final o. Now if it's Toreeboru, then they mistranslated the Spanish Trébol, which also means clover. Either way, I'm still betting on Espada since it's same for both languages.
After the Marineford war, DD was sent to off Moria, so who knows, he might have had some fruits ready in case people with good DF die. Or, the Marines had those fruits ready and DD just took them. I doubt he is able to make it.
It's a let's-wait-and-see moment, it seems.