Bulma: women's gym shorts
Dr. Briefs: Mens underwear
Lunch: to release
Mr. Satan: 'Satan'
Oolong: wulong (Chinese meaning Amber tea)
Pilaf: "Pilav" (meaning rice dish)
Puar: "Pu-her" (Chinese tea)
Tenshinhan: Fried rice
Videl: 'Devil' (the lettters are reorganized)
Drum: A drum
Kargo: from French word for "escargot"
Nail: from the word "snail"
Piano: A piano
Piccolo: the instrument
Tamborine: A tamborine
Tsuno: "antennae" or "horn"
Saiyans: 'Saiya' (Yasai - means vegetable)
Bra: Women's bra
Gohan: a meal in Japanese
Nappa: Chinese cabbage
Trunks: Boys gym shorts in Japanese
King Cold: Cold
Bibadi: from the fairy god-mother in Cinderella's chant
Babidi: from the fairy god-mother in Cinderella's chant
Buu: from the fairy god-mother in Cinderella's chant (Bibabi-Babidi-Boo)
*if any characters are not listed, it is because they have no background meaning or pun