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Aminifu
Aminifu
Aminifu
Biographical Information
Name

Aminifu

Meaning

Loyal[1]
Trustworthy[1]
Upright[1]

Gender

Male

Species

Elephant

Affiliations

Ma Tembo's Herd
Pridelanders

Titles

Leader of the Herd (presumably)

Familial Information
Family

Ma Tembo (daughter)

Media Information
Appears

The Lion Guard

I knew Aminifu a long time, and now that he has completed his journey through the Circle of Life, I will remember him fondly.
Simba about Aminifu

Aminifu is an elephant who is mentioned in The Lion Guard. He leads his herd back into the Pride Lands after the defeat of Scar.

Biography

Backstory

Simba: We have a funeral to attend. My friend, Aminifu, passed away.
Kiara: I remember him.
Kion: He was a wise elephant.
Simba: Yes, he helped the Pride Lands return to normal after Scar was defeated. Once the elephants returned, all the other animals followed. The Circle of Life came back into balance. And now, Aminifu has completed his part of the Circle of Life.
Kiara, Kion, and Simba

Aminifu is an elephant who lived in the Pride Lands during Simba's reign. He survived the reign of Scar by vacating the Pride Lands with his herd, though he later returned after Scar's defeat, being the first animal willing to do so. He reared a single daughter, Ma Tembo.

The Lion Guard

"Can't Wait to be Queen"

It's true. He always did have poop on him, and it always made us laugh. He always made us laugh.
—Ma Tembo about Aminifu

When Aminifu passes away, his old friend Simba agrees to make a tribute at his funeral. Before leaving the Pride Lands, Simba explains to his cubs, Kiara and Kion, how Aminifu had helped bring the Pride Lands back into balance after the reign of Scar, for he and his herd were the first of the animals to return to the kingdom.

When Simba arrives at Kilio Valley with Nala and Zazu, he sees members of Aminifu's herd leaving flowers on the old elephant's body while his daughter, Ma Tembo, stands watch. Saddened by the sight, Simba leads Nala and Zazu down into the valley.

Tossflower

An elephant tosses a flower on Aminifu's body

After the flower ceremony, Simba gathers the herd to give his tribute. He starts by recounting his friendship with Aminifu and how he will always remember the old elephant fondly, but when he attempts to give the standard elephantese tribute of "He had good on him," he accidentally says, "He had poop on him."

Though horrified at this turn of events, Simba begins to smile as the herd breaks into laughter. Ma Tembo then explains that her father always used to have excrement on him and that it had made them laugh. She fondly adds that he was always making them laugh. When Simba still looks unsure, Ma Tembo thanks him for the tribute, and Simba comments that Aminifu certainly had good on him. Ma Tembo agrees and playfully adds that he'd had more excrement on him than good.

Physical appearance

Though Aminifu's body is only glimpsed several times, he appears to be quite large for an elephant, dwarfing the other elephants in his herd in size. His skin is pale gray, and the tip of his tail is grayish-brown. Two long white tusks protrude from his mouth.

Personality and traits

Simba: Well, he...he had good on him, too.
Ma Tembo: He did. He truly had good on him. But more poop!
Ma Tembo and Simba about Aminifu


Aminifu's personality is unknown. However, the accounts of his friends indicate that he is knowledgeable and wise, for he is the first animal to return to the Pride Lands after the defeat of Scar. Despite this more serious side to his personality, Aminifu is known for being bumbling and comical, for he constantly has excrement all over him, which is the cause of much laughter among his herd.

Gallery


Video

The Lion Guard Aminifu's Funeral01:37

The Lion Guard Aminifu's Funeral


References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 [1]


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