• This monster's name is a play on "kelt" or "kelto" keruto which is derived from "skeleton" sukeruton, part of which is homophonous with the Japanese word 透ける sukeru ("to be transparent") whilst its English name is derived from the word "translucent".
  • This card's Chinese name, 透特, is a combination of 透 ("transparent") and 特 (transcription of the phoneme /t/ as in kelt).