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* Jazmine DuBois from ''The Boondocks''
* Jazmine DuBois from ''The Boondocks''
* Trafalgar from ''Teenage Fairytale Dropouts''
* Trafalgar from ''Teenage Fairytale Dropouts''
* Rudy Tabootie from ''Chalkzone''
==== Characters from Movies, TV Series, & Novels ====
==== Characters from Movies, TV Series, & Novels ====

Revision as of 17:18, August 4, 2020

With many dere types come many dere combinations as well. Several of the more popular ones are listed on this page.


A danredere is a Dandere who also has a Deredere side.


It is the word 'dandere' added with the 're' from 'deredere' in between the 'n' and 'd'. The meaning of these two dere types can be found in these wiki pages above.


Like the dandere, the danredere is quiet, but less shy. A danredere acts dandere most of the time, and they usually never make the first move. However, unlike danderes, if someone makes the first move by being nice to them, they instantly switch to their deredere side.

Characters with this personality

Characters from Anime, Manga, & Light Novels

  • Sumire Kakei from Boruto: Naruto Next Generations
  • Riko Sakurauchi from Love Live! Sunshine!!
  • Asia Argento from High School DxD
  • Rimi Ushigome from BanG Dream! Girls Band Party
  • Chiaki Nanami from Danganronpa 3: The End of Hope's Peak Academy
  • Koshi Sugawara from Haikyuu!!
  • Hirata Yosuke from Classroom of the Elite
  • Hitori Bocchi from Hitoribocchi no Marumaru Seikatsu

Characters from Cartoons and Comics

  • Jazmine DuBois from The Boondocks
  • Trafalgar from Teenage Fairytale Dropouts
  • Rudy Tabootie from Chalkzone

Characters from Movies, TV Series, & Novels

  • Eva from Frontier(s)
  • Sara from Bunny the Killer Thing
  • Guy Fillbrook from Doll Graveyard
  • Tobe from Lost After Dark
  • Ernie from Killer Campout
  • Nakia from Dope
  • Allison Reynolds from The Breakfast Club
  • Lorna Weisenfreud from Hostel: Part II
  • Molly from Black Water Wilderness
  • Maya from Jack the Reaper

Characters from Games

  • Noelle Holiday from Deltarune
  • Ralsei from Deltarune
  • Megan Holmes from Sally Face
  • Goldia die Heilige from Pocket Mirror

Characters from Other Sources

  • Kim from MyStreet


Combination of Kuudere and Tsundere


During the development of the plot, they may not reveal the Dere-sides at all, since they are most often second-plan characters. Kuutsundere, unlike tsundere, do not hide their feelings behind a mask of sarcasm, but express their true feelings, in addition, they do not have such sharp mood swings as Tsundere.

Meaning of the name

The word is a compound of "tsun tsun" (ツンツン), meaning to turn away in disgust and ''kuudere'' which is a combination of cool (クール) and "deredere" (デレデレ), which means "lovey dovey".


A Kuudere who is also a Yandere. Their usual personality that most people see is that of a Kuudere's but inside they are Yanderes.


You can find the meaning of Yandere by clicking on the word, and the meaning of Kuudere by clicking on the word, too.



A combination of Tsundere and Yandere. "B-baka! It's not like I killed her because of you!" "W-why would I be jealous and kill someone for you, baka!"


Not to be confused with Bodere

A Tsundandere is a mix of Tsundere and Dandere. They are shy and act like a dandere most of the time, but in certain situations, usually if the love interest (or so) does something they don't like, they start acting tsundere.


Not to be confused with tsundere.

A tsunshun ツンしゅん character is a character that goes tsun ツン and then goes shun しゅん.

That is, like a tsundere, she will act grumpy and reject or act uninterested about something. But where a tsundere would go "I'm doing it but it's not like I like you or anything" and try to accept what the guy has to say while trying to keep her "I'm not interested" mask, a tsunshun will not try to find a way to make things work. She will say "no" and then get depressed because she couldn't say "yes."

Example: "No, I'm not going to the festival" words out of her mouth = "Why didn't I say yes and went to the festival! Why!" words inside her mind a few minutes later.

It doesn't need to be a straight "no." It can be any tsun or anti-social thing. A tsunshun will reject others and act like she's above them and then blame herself for doing this kind of stuff and not being sincere.

Meaning of the Name 

The word "tsun" (ツン) is derived from "tsun tsun" (ツンツン), meaning to turn away in disgust. The "shun" (シュン) is a Japanese sound effect representing melancholy, down, sad, depressed, etc.


Combination of Deredere and Megadere

Similar to a Yandere and a Megadere, they are obsessed with their love interest. They do not kill, but they do exaggerated things to show their affections (such as praying to them, cooking for them every day, giving lots of gifts/love letters, stalking, stealing their items, etc). While Yeredere can have multiple friends, they direct their kindness, affection, and love towards only a single person.


While Derederes are always cheerful, Yerederes are always concerned about their love interest (whether they are feeling well or not). Yeredere is happy, but express it less than Derederes. They are obsessive, but not the "dark" kind of obsessive (Yandere). They aren't violent toward people that get close to their love interest, and some Yeredere may respect their love interest's freedom to interact with friends/people close to them.

Another possible term for Yeredere is "Megadere" which are basically fangirls and possible stalkers. The term comes from the word "mega" which means very large or huge and "deredere" which means lovey-dovey. So, like the name suggests, they're basically deredere but on a whole new level. However, the term megadere is rarely used.

Not to be confused with Dorodere, who do the messed up things in their head and don't act on them in real life.

Meaning of the name

The word is a compound of Deredere (デレデレ) which is roughly translated to 'lovey dovey' and Yandere (病んでレ).


  • Ecco / Mummer / The Proxy from Gotham
  • Harley Quinn from DC


A Ysundere is a himedere, tsundere, yandere combination. They usually appear to switch between tsundere and himedere in front of others, but secretly they try to kill rivals behind their love interests back.

What is Gire ギレ?

The suffix gire ギレ is sometimes added to these personality words instead of dere デレ. Its meaning in words such as tsungire and yangire is that of "snapping" or "being mad" instead of dere's "being in love."

The word gire comes from the verb kireru キレる, which means "to snap" or "to be mad (at someone or something)." Basically to be full of it. To lose your patience. To be done with. To have had the last drop. To burst with anger. To get the last string holding your anger down cut. That's what kireru means.

The gire versions of personalities often have nothing to do with love or romance at all. People often attribute ~gire as more violent versions of ~dere, but these two words aren't actually related. A character deemed ~gire doesn't even need to be in a romance or anything. They just lean towards aggressive, abusive or violent behavior.

The part of the word kireru that becomes the suffix is kire, but it becomes gire instead because of a process called rendaku that changes the pronunciation of suffixes.


Not to be confused with Dandere or Yangire.

As far as one makes out, a Dangire is a quiet person who snaps, cuts, swipes, steals and/or kills, regardless of whether they're shy or not, unlike a Dandere.

Some of them could have been Danderes who drastically changed to Dangires after experiencing bullying for too long or other tragic event that makes them finally snap.

Characters with this Personality:

  • Shadow The Hedgehog from Sonic the Hedgehog
  • Silver the Hedgehog from Sonic the Hedgehog
  • Dr. Flug from Villainous
  • Misao Furukawa from Misao
  • Carrie White from Carrie
  • Boos from Nintendo
  • Norman Bates from Psycho


Not to be confused with Bodere or Hajidere.

A Hajigire is an embarrassed type that occurs when a character is easier to be embarrassed and snaps when the other embarrasses them, like in a snappy and shy way, unlike a Hajidere, Hajigires tend to snap, cut or steal if one embarrasses them, like any Gire types snap, cut, swipe, kill and/or steal. They are more easily embarrassed and more violent than Boderes and Hajideres.

Characters with this personality trait:

  • Kirihime Natsuno from Dog & Scissors


Not to be confused with Himedere.

A Himegire refers to a character who wishes to be treated like a princess by everyone, similar to Himederes but forcing this idea into others, even if they aren’t actual royalty. Himegire characters have a princess complex and take advantage of their position, most of the time hurting others.

They usually get any kind of work to be done by other people, giving orders to everyone around them, and threatening and even sending to kill those who fail or oppose them. They will put themselves first in any situation, not caring about others at all. They always want perfection and success everywhere, from everyone and themselves.

This kind of character can be very dangerous, mostly because if you don't meet their expectations they can kill you, but if you become better than them in something they can also get rid of you, so it's best to try not to deal with these type of characters at all, something complicated considering that most of them control everything and everyone around them, including the main character.

Characters with this personality

  • Queen of Hearts from Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
  • Queen Egliette from Pocket Mirror
  • Princess Fleta from Pocket Mirror


Not to be confused with Kamidere.

A Kamigire is a person with a god complex. Kamigire would be a subset of kamidere. They both have a superiority complex and they both believe they are the perfect beings. The difference with kamigires is there's no love involved. Besides their god complex, they may also be sadistic. They have a tendency to believe that they are right and everyone else is wrong, and they have no remorse for their actions. They will suddenly snap if things don't go to their plan or if they get caught. They are often considered the mastermind and will only take part in a romance if it fits their plan. Since they don't have their dere side, their admirer will simply be used as a tool.


This word is a compound of "kami" (神かみ), which means "God", and "Gire" (切れ), meaning "to snap".

Characters with this Personality

  • Kaname Asagiri from Mahou Shoujo Site
  • Light Yagami from Death Note
  • Bill Cipher from Gravity Falls
  • Shadow the Hedgehog from Sonic the Hedgehog
  • Valery Kaminski from Shin Sakura Taisen
  • Troy from Grandpa In My Pocket
  • King Olly from Paper Mario: The Origami King


Not be confuseed with Kuudere

A kuugire is a subtype of the kuudere. They are characters which, under further development, reveal a more brutal and violent side instead of the typical loving and caring side. However, such characters in some cases may show a dere-side, but it is not the leading one in their case.


Kuugires may have sadistic personality traits and a passion for destruction, or treat people with contempt and without any sympathy, but they act aloof, cold, calculating, not showing their emotions and their attitude to what is happening around them. From yandere as such, kuugire differ in the absence of mental disorders and sudden mood swings (which is a sign of "bipolar disorder"). Kuugire are almost always antagonists and/or negative characters.

Please note: Characters who kill against their will and feel compassion for their victims are not kuugires.

Meaning of the word

The “kuu” in kuudere comes from the Japanese pronunciation of the English word “cool” (クール), and thus, is used for a person who is calm and composed on the outside, and "gire" (ギレ) that means "to be mad (at someone)".

Characters with this Personality

  • Ai Enma from Jigoku Shoujo
  • Rachel "Ray" Gardner from Satsuriku no Tenshi
  • Michael Myers from Halloween


Not to be confused with Nemuidere.

A Nemuigire, similar to a Nemuidere, refers to a character who spends much of their time sleeping, the difference is that when they are awake, they become completely aggressive, especially with those who have woken them up or not let them sleep.

Nemuigire characters tend to be very lazy and laconic in nature, but despite their vague personality, if they get bothered by someone or something they can snap and become very dangerous.

They will usually get rid of those who do not let them feel comfortable in their precious relaxing time, even with the intention of killing in some cases, just before going back to sleep, showing a sudden big change of personalities from one moment to another.

It may also be possible that their more aggressive personality appears when they are sleeping, rather than the other way around, either because of sleepwalking or because of their connection to the dream world, showing a more relaxed or/and less powerful persona when they are awake.

Characters with this Personality

  • Hakuba from One Piece


Not to be confused with Oujidere

Prince-like character who snaps when one disobeys or doesn't treat them with royalty and is a male type who shares the same energy as Himegire.

Characters with this Personality

  • TBA


Not to be confused with Oujodere.

A princess-like person with a snappy personality, though doing so with a smile, though not always the case, and can become aggressive, whether they're doing it calmly or not.

Characters with this Personality

  • Harpae from Pocket Mirror


Not to be confused with Tsundere.

tsungire ツンギレ character is a tsundere devoid of love and filled with rage.

This means an annoyed character that won't say "w-w-why would I do that for you? baka something-kun!" and will instead say "Why would I do that for you? Fuck off, you imbecile. Talk to me again and I'll make you regret being born into your pathetic life."

Because of this, tsungire characters are pretty much unapproachable. And if you're smart and value your life, you wouldn't approach them not even with a ten foot pole.

tsungire character doesn't need to be in love with any character or even interested romantically. She's pretty much just "snapping" whenever someone bothers her with something.

Characters with this Personality

  • Tanya Degurechaff from The Saga of Tanya The Evil
  • Katsuki Bakugo from Boku no Hero Academia
  • Sakura Haruno from Naruto
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