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(1) One (2) Position or Posture

10TH DEGREE BLACK BELT

2 people meeting in a Japanese-style match

A judoka's personally favorite throw

ABDOMEN, STOMACH (The center of balance)


ABOVE

ADVANCING

Air Ki

An enemy's vital points

ANKLE

ARCH

Arm lock, behind the back, with pressure applied to the elbow.

Arm lock, locked at the elbow joint (Straight out)

Arm, Forearm

Armlock in which pressure is applied to the elbow joint.

ART (Fighting method with the Bugei)

ART OF GENTLENESS

ART OF THE STAFF

Art of using the short stick (Short stick)

Art that Jigoro Kano studied

ASSUME STANCE

Atemi point at the floating ribs

Atemi point between the eyes

Atemi point just above the inside of the knee

Atemi point of the inside of the elbow

ATTENTION

Awareness

BACK

BACK AREA

Back fall (Slapping with the arms)

Back fall, Backward fall

BACK KICK

Back of the forearm (Upper side of the arm)

Back of the hand

BACK STANCE


BACKFIST, INVERTED FIST, BACK KNUCKLE

Backhand

BACKWARD BREAKFALL

Backward elbow strike

BALANCE, STABILITY, EQUILIBRIUM

BALL OF THE FOOT (or Hips), HIP

BAREFOOT

BASIC SPARRING (One-step sparring)

BASIC TRAINING

BE CAREFUL

BEAR HAND

Becoming aware of the totality of the past and/or Practice, Training, Study

BEGIN

Behind, Back, Rear

BELOW

BELT

Belt adjusting posture

Belt seizure, Belt grab, Grab the belt

BENT WRIST

BENT WRIST BLOCK

Bent wrist block

Bent Wrist Strike

BLACK

BLACKBELT (DAN)

BLACK-BELT GRADE

Block or Receiver or a technique

BODY

Both eyes poke

Both Hands

Boundry line of the contest area

BOW

Bow of ultimate respect


BOW TO EACH OTHER

BOW TO SENSEI

BOW TO THE HIGH SECTION OF THE DOJO

BOW TO THE KAMIZA (GODS)

BOW TO THE SHRINE

BOW TO YOUR SENIOR

Bowing together

Breakfalls, Art of falling

Breaking ( To test and to break)

BREATH CONTROL EXERCISES

Breathing" or "KI"

BROWN

BROWNBELT (Brown Belt)

Calisthenics, Exercise

Carry on or go ahead

CAT STANCE

CENTER

CENTER OF GRAVITY

Ceremony

CEREMONY OF SIGNING

Certificate of full proficiency.  Similar to Soke-Dai but after that. 

Suited to carry on the transmission of the art.

Chain

Chair

CHANGE

Checking block (one forearm placed inside the other) 

Hand position of "Total cover"

CHEEK

Chest or Chest area

CHICKEN BEAK HAND

CHICKEN HEAD WRIST

CHIN, JAW

CHINESE BOXING (See Kung-Fu, Wushu)

CHINESE CHARACTER

CHOKE

Circular body pivot  (as in doing a throw), Body shifting/evasion

Circular or Stomach

Circular Punch

Close the eyes, meditation, quiet thought

CODE OF BUSHIDO (See Bushido)

CODE OF KARATE

COLD PRACTICE (2 weeks of January)

COLLAR

COLLAR BONE

COLORED BELT (experienced student)

Combination

COMBINATION KICK

Combination techniques

Command for returning to the original position, used in competition. 

Return to the original position.

Complete execution of a technique.

COMPLETION OF A JUDO THROW

Condition in which one remains exclusively defensive,

giving an opponent opportunities for victory. "Stopped Mind"

Contemplative Bow


Contest

Contest area

CONTEST PREPARATION

Contest rules

Continue

Continuous attack

Continuous techniques

Cooling off exercises

Correct sitting", Kneeling positon

COURTESY

CRANE STANCE

CRESCENT KICK

CRESCENT or MOON

CRESCENT STEP (Sweeping step)

Cross

CROSSED FEET

CROTCH

Cupped hand

Death touch (See Atemi)

Deep Breathing, to catch your breath

DELAYED STRIKE (Feinting)

Demonstration

Development of an opening while being in thought, "Opening"

Diagonal straddle leg stance (See Fudo)

Diagonal Straddle Stance

Diaphragm, abdomen and side chest area

DISTANCING

Doctor, Master, Master teacher, Model teacher (A senior teacher.  Proper term when used within the school only.  When outside, use Sensei.

DOJO SHRINE (Upper seat, Divine seat)

Don't Move"

Double forearm block, Augmented forearm block, Aibudo hand and arm position.

Double or Two-handed

Double Punch

DOUBLE PUNCH (Combined strike)

Downward block

Downward elbow strike

DOWNWARD THRUST

Downward, open palm pressing block

Dr. Kano, Jigoro Kano


DRAW or TIE IN A MATCH

DROP

DUE BACK


DUE FRONT

EAGLE HAND

EAR

EARTH

EAST

ELBOW

ELBOW CHOKE

EMPTY HAND or CHINA HAND

EMPTY or CHINA

EMPTY-HAND ART

EMPTY-HAND WAY

END OF MATCH

ENERGY

ENTANGLEMENT

Entering" movement

ESCAPE METHODS

ETIQUETTE (Literally means "salutation of thanks")

Evasive Judo action against an attack

Examination event (test) for rank advancement.

Excuse me

EXCUSE ME (To attract attention)

EXCUSE ME, I'M SORRY

Executioner of a technique

Expert (of an art)

Expert", 3rd to 4th Dan

Extended Knuckle fist

EYE

Eyes Front

EYEBROW

FACE

Fake or Feint

Federation, League or Union of Japanese martial arts clubs.

Fighting spirit, Fighting will

FINGER

FIRE

FIRST LEVEL BROWN BELT (First grade)

First Shaolin Grandmaster





FIST

FIST METHOD

Flying Side Kick

FOCUS

Folding Chair

FOOT EDGE (See also footsword)

FOOT or LEG

FORE KNUCKLE FIST

FOREARM

Forearm block

FOREARM CHOKE

FOREARM SIDE OPPOSITE THE THUMB (Outerside of the arm)

FOREFINGER ONE-KNUCKLE FIST

FOREFIST

Forefist punch

FOREHEAD

FOREKNUCKLE

FOREKNUCKLE FIST

FORGING POST (Winding straw)


FORMAL EXERCISE, FORM

FORWARD

Forward elbow strike

FORWARD ROLLING BREAKFALL

Forward rolling breakfalls

FOUNDER and DIRECTOR  (Head of a style. 

Actually the head of family, unifier of gods and lineage.

Founders photograph at the Kamiza

FREE SPARRING

FREEDOM OF MOVEMENT

FREESTYLE SPARRING

French hand and foot fighting

FRENCH KARATE

FRONT

FRONT (FORWARD) BREAKFALL

FRONT AND CENTER

FRONT ARCH KICK (GROIN KICK)

FRONT AREA OF DOJO

Front elbow strike

Front foot kick with the front foot

Front foot kick with the rear foot

FRONT KICK

FRONT STANCE (Forward Stance)


Front triangular choke

Front, Forward

Generalized term for system headquarters

GENTLE WAY (Japanese art and sport)

Good Evening

Good Night

GRADE or CLASS

GRAPPLING

Great Teacher

GREAT TEACHER (10th Dan Teacher)

GREEN

Green belt

GROIN

Ground techniques, Groundwork, Grappling techniques

HAIR

Hall for teaching the Way

Hall, Place

HAMMER

HAMMER FIST

Hammer knee


HAMMER-FIST STRIKE

HAND

Hand attacks used in Karate

Hand blocks

Hand techniques

Handle", Old Okinawan farming implement

HAPPY NEW YEAR

HARMONY

Harmony, accord and coordination,

when it denotes nonresistance to one's opponent.

HEAD (top)

HEAD AND FACE AREA

Head area except the face

Head of the way

Headquarters

HEAVY

HEAVY BAG

HEEL

HEEL KICK

HERE

HIP

HIP THROW IN GENERAL (Hip techniques)

Hold on to the sleeve

Holding technique

HOOK

Hook Punch

HORSE

HORSE STANCE

HOURGLASS

Hour-glass stance

I UNDERSTAND

In Judo, the partner who performs the technique of the other partner.

INDEX FINGER

INFORMAL ATTENTION (Feet together and toes out)

INFORMAL ATTENTION (Feet together)

Initiative inn using mental faculties, technical skill and

physical power to defeat an opponent.

Inner arm (Same side of the arm as the thumb) Inner side of the arm

INNER STRENGTH (See philosophy file)

INNER STRENGTH (See philosophy file)







INNER STRENGTH (See philosophy file)

INSIDE

Inside Forearm Block

Inside sweep

Inside thigh sweep, Inner thigh throw

INSTEP

Instruction by observation

INTESTINES

Jab

JOINT

Joint locking techniques

JUDGE (Referee)

JUDGE or REFEREE FLAG

Judgement or decision in a match

JUDO COUNTER TECHNIQUE

Judo or Jujitsu starting position

JUDO STUDENT

JUDO UNIFORM

JUMP

Jump Kick

JUNIOR STUDENT (A junior in a school or organization)

KARATE CONTEST (Sparring)

KARATE PRACTITIONER

Karate uppercut type punch, Close punch, Reverse punch.  See "behind".

Kata performance line or pattern

KICK

KICK BOXING

Kick check with the sole of the foot

KICK or KICKING

KICKING TECHNIQUES

Kick-Punch way or   Way of hands and feet

KIDNEYS

KNEE


KNEELING BOW

KNEELING POSITION

KNIFE EDGE OF THE FOOT (Footsword)

Knife hand, Sword hand, Edge of hand (Handsword)

L" Stance


L" STANCE, L Stance, L-Stance

LAP

Lapel, Collar

Leader of the Dojo

Learning practice between the instructor and student, one on one.

Lecture, Study, Method

LEFT

LEFT SIDE

Leg sweep or Reap

Life or death encounter, "Real sword"

Lifting hip throw (See Ogoshi)

Light contact Kumite

LIMBERING UP

Line up

Line up area for the students, "Lower seat"

LIP

LOCKING JOINTS and ARM BARS

LOCKING or HOLDING

LOSER BY VIOLATION

Loss of contest due to injury

LOW (prefix)

Lower abdomen

LOWER or LOWER LEVEL

Lower side of the arm (Bottom of the forearm)

Lower stomach

LOWER STOMACH

LOWEST GRADE

Lunge Punch (Walking front punch)

LUNGS

Major hip throw

Major, Big, Great

MARTIAL ARTS (Pre 18th century)

Martial arts equipment

MARTIAL ARTS UNIFORM

MARTIAL WARRIOR

MARTRIAL ARTS PERSON

MASTER (Highest title from ZNKR.  Must be 55 or older and of 8th Dan.

MASTER or MASTER OF THE WAY

Match or Contest

Meditation (by the way of relaxation)

for the purpose of extracting power from the mind

Meeting place for the students, "Lower seat"

MEMBERS WITH DAN GRADES

MEMBERS WITH KYU GRADES

Mental Ki

MERRY CHRISTMAS

MIDDLE

MIDDLE (prefix)

MIDDLE FINGER

MIDDLE KNUCKLE FIST (Middle finger one-knuckle fist)


MIDDLE LEVEL (Center Level)

MIDDLE LEVEL BLOCK

MIDDLE LEVEL STRIKE

MIDDLE REGION OF THE BODY

Middle title.  Must be 6th or 7th Dan. 

Teacher grade, expert instructor, assistant professor.

MILITARY

Military art person (Student of Budo)

MILITARY ARTS (Pre 18th century)

MILITARY ARTS SCHOOL"

MILITARY PERSON

Military way ( Way of stopping conflict)

Mind in thought

Mind like water (Relaxed while facing an opponent)

MIND, HEART, SPIRIT

Mind, soul or spirit

MINOR

MIRROR

MOUNTAIN

MOUTH

MOVE

MOVE BACK

Movement, Linear motion, Shifting

MUSCLE

NAIL

Name board or Ranking list

Name of Jigoro Kano's Judo

NARROW

Natural cross choke (Judo strangle)

Natural posture

NECK

NECK AREA

Necklocks

Negative, Passive

NERVE

NERVES

NO

North

NOSE

Nothiing (Mushin-no-shin), Mind of no mind

Novice or Beginner (Unranked)

ONE FINGER SPEAR HAND (Middle finger knuckle extended)

ONE KNUCKLE FIST

ONE POINT

ONE POINT SPARRING

Ones who are expected to be teachers

OPEN HAND (Encompassing term)

OPEN LEG STANCE (Feet parallel)

OPEN LEG STANCE (Shoulder width and toes in)

OPEN LEG STANCE (Shoulder width and toes out)

Open mind

OPPOSITE

OPPOSITE SIDE

Osoto

OUT OF BOUNDS IN A MATCH

Outside block

Outside sweep

Outside, outer, exterior

Owner of the school building or hall

Owner of the school or organization

OX JAW HAND

Pain, strangling

Palm

PALM HEEL

Palm Heel Block

Palm Heel Strike

PARTNER (Opponent)

Partner upon whom the technique is executed.

Peace, Tranquility


PENETRATION HAND (hand conditioning)

Perfect posture

Person of military class (See Samurai)

Pinan Kata's

PIVOT

PLACE OF THE WAY (School)

PLEASE GO AHEAD

PLEASE(When asking for something)

POLE or SHAFT

Positive, Active

POSTURE

Posture or Stance (See other  definitions)

POWER GATHERING (SPIRIT MEETING)

Practice during hottest time of year for up to 30 days

Practice of basic movements

Practice sword

PRACTICE UNIFORM

PREPARE TO

Pressure point behind the ear

Pressure point below the lower lip

Pressure point in the fleshy area between the thumb and forefinger.

PRINCIPLES OF THE DOJO

Proper breath control, even in the face of danger

Prosecutor, PR-24

Protective equipment (Safety equipment)

Pull, go, float

PULLING

PUNCH

Punching Block

Punching technique

Punching techniques

Pupil or student

Push ahead, Never give up

(Secondary meanings: Good morning, Request, Entreat)

QUICKLY

Quiet thought

Raised sole of the foot

RAPID EXPULSION OF AIR

READY STANCE

READY,  PREPARATION, GET READY

REAR LEG FRONT KICK

Rear leg kick

RED

RELAX IN GENERAL

Relax in place

Relaxation and opening of the mind

RELAXED STANCE

Respect, Etiquette

Retired Sensei

REVERSE (Opposite)

Reverse Punch

Reverse, Rear, Reverse side

RIB

RIDGE HAND (Inner knife hand)

RIGHT

RIGHT SIDE

RISING PUNCH

Rolling fall

Rooted, Boxers ready, Immovable or Stable stance

Round Hook Punch

Roundhouse elbow strike

Roundhouse Kick

ROUNDHOUSE or HORIZONTAL

Roundhouse punch.  3/4 turn from the hip

RULES AND REGULATIONS

Russian martiall art

Sacrifice

SAMURAI

Samurai's long sword

Samurai's short sword

SCHOOL

SCISSOR TAKEDOWN

Scissors

SCISSORS CHOKE

SEATED DEFENSE

SELF-DEFENSE

SENIOR STUDENT

SHAFT, STAFF, STICK, STAVE

Shifting the center of gravity

SHIN

Shorei Ryu

Short Forward Stance

Shoto's House

Shoulder

Shoulder throw

Shuri-Te

SICKLE

Side (see "The Side"

Side Block

Side Breakfall

Side Kick

SIMILAR TO THE SAMURAI

SIMULTANEOUS POINT

Single Bone Block

SIT

SIT DOWN

Sitting meditation

Six foot staff

Skill, time, strength, ability, task or work

SKIN

Sleeve

SLEEVE

SLOW

SMALL

Small (annex) dojo for the japanese martial arts

Small infraction of the rules

SMASH

SMOOTH

SNAP (Kick up)

Softness controls hardness; weakness controls strength

Solar Plexus

Sole of the foot

South

SPEAR HAND


SPECIAL PROMOTION IN RANK

SPEED

SPINE

SPINNING

Spinning Side Kick

SPIRIT MEETING (Harmony meeting)

Sport aspect of Kung-fu

STABLE or IMMOVABLE

STAMPING

STANCE

STAND

STAND from kneeling, RAISE

Standing Bow

Stepped out of the match area

Stick arm

STOMACH

Stomach throw, Circle throw, Comma throw

STOP, WAIT, HALT

STRADDLE or SQUARE

STRADDLE STANCE

Straight arm-locks in general

Straight Punch

Strangle or Choke

STRANGLING DROP

Strangulation techniques

Strategy

Straw Mat, Fragile Rice Mat

STRENGTH (Power)

Strength/peace bow


Stretching

Strike with the sword of staff

Strike, Inner, Interior

Strikes to the vulnerable parts of the body

Strikes to the vulnerable points of the body

Striking techniques

STUDENT

STUDENT GRADE

SUPPLE, SOFT

SWEEP or SWEEPING

SWITCH

SWORD

Sword arm

T" STANCE

Teacher begin to teach us

Teacher close gym; thank you for your knowledge; we will not abuse it.

TEACHER, INSTRUCTOR


TECHNIQUE

TENSED TOES

Thailand Kick Boxing

THANK YOU (FORMAL)

THANK YOU (INFORMAL)

Thank You Very Much (Very Formal ) Just Ended

Thank You Very Much (Very Formal) During

THANKS (INFORMAL)

That is all"

The art of making the body obedient to the mind


The combination of physical, mental and breathing power, plus concentration

The distance between two opponents. Distancing.

The entire human body

The ribs

THE SIDE, LATERAL

The submission slap on the floor or your body

The system of rights and responsibilities in reference to Sempai/Kohai

The term replacing wu-shu in China in 1928

THERE

There is no first attack in karate

THIGH

Three punches from a stationary position.  Karate training movement.

Three sectional staff

Three step walking technique

THROAT

THROW

Throwing techniques

Thrust

THRUST (Kicking)

THUMB

THUMB KNUCKLE FIST

Thumb-Knuckle fist

TIGER MOUTH HAND

Time" (Term for begin and end of match)

Tips of the toes

Title bestowed from ZNKR in addition to Dan ranks.  Posished expert

To concentrate or devote undivided attention

TO GO DOWN

TO GO UP

TO HOLD STRONGLY

To lose or be defeated

To pull and lift in a circular motion

To turn around

TOE

TOES

TONGUE

Total awareness

Tournament, Contest

Traditional bow

TRAINEE or DISCIPLE

TRAINING HALL

TRAINING or PRACTICE

Training period, Practice

Triple Punch

Tripping techniques

Turn around

Turning" movement

Twisted Stance

TWISTING or CROOKED

Two finger spearhand

Two-handed neck lock (Jujitsu Strangle ?)

UNIFORM

UNNERVE AT THE OUTSET

Up or Upward

UPPER (prefix)

UPPER ARM

Upward elbow strike

UPWARD or UPPER LEVEL

Upward X-block

Vertical BackFist

Vertical Fist, Vertical Punch

Vertical Knife Hand Block


Vital points of the body

VOID

WAIST

WALKING

WARNING

Warrior, One who serves

WATER

WAY OF HARMONY

WAY OF THE FIST

WAY OF THE FIST

WAY OF THE FIST

Way of the flower of manhood

Way of the intercepting fist

WAY OF THE SWORD

WAY OF THE WARRIOR

WAY, METHOD

Way, School, Style, Method

WEAPONS

West

WHEEL

When the opponent comes, welcome him; when he goes, send him on his way.


WHIITE CRANE KUNG FU

WHITE

WIDE

WIN or VICTORY

WIND

WINDING ELBOW LOCK

WINNER BY VIOLATION

Woman

WRIST

Wrist Block

Wrist locking technique (Judo and Aikido)

Wrist locking techniques

Wrist releasing techniques

X-BLOCK, CROSS BLOCK

YES

Young forest, Small forest (Name of the Shao-lin Temple in the Hunan province of China.

TRADITIONAL


ICHI

JUDAN

FUTARI

TOKUI-WAZA

HARA, TANDEN, SEIKA TANDEN (J),

TAN-TIEN (C)

UE

DE

RAN DEN KI

Kyusho

ASHIKUBI

TAISOKU

UDE-GARAMI

UDE-GATAMI

UDE or WAN

UDE-HISHIGI-WAKI-GATAME

JUTSU

JUJUTSU

BOJUTSU

TAMBO, TANBO

Kito-Ryu Jujutsu, Tenshin-Shinyo-Ryu

KAMAETA

DENKO

CHOTOTSU

FUKUTO

HIJI-ZUME

Chui, Chareeot, Charyot-sogi, Kotukai

ZANSHIN

SENAKA

HAIBU

KOHO-UKEMI

USHIRO-UKEMI

USHIRO-GERI

HAIWAN

HAISHU

KOKUTSU (J), FUGUL (Kr),

KOKUTSU DACHI, KOKUTSU-DACHI

URAKEN, RIKEN (J), YIKWON (Kr)

SONDUNG (Kr)

USHIRO-UKEMI

USHIRO-EMPI-UCHI

ANTEI

KOSHI (Chusoku)

HAHASHI

KIHON KUMITE (ippon kumite)

KIHON

KIYOTSUKETE

KUMADE

KEIKO

HAJIME (J), SHEJAK (Kr)

USHIRO

SHITA

OBI (J), TI (Kr)

Turn away; drop to the right knee

OBI-TORI

KAKUTO or KOKEN

KAKUTO-UKE

SONDUNG MOK MARKI (Kr)

KO UCHI

KUROI

KOKU OBI, KURO-OBI

DAN

UKE (J), MARKI or MAKGI (Kr)

MI, KARADA, TAI

RYOGAN-TSUKI

MOROTE

HASHI

REI or RI (J) KUNEH (Kr)

Bow face totally down and the forearms on top of each other and straight out.

OTAGAI NI REI

SENSEI NI REI

JOSEKI NI REI

KAMIZA NI REI

SHINZEN NI REI

SEMPAI NI REI

Shisho Rei

UKEMI

TAMESHIWARA (J), KYUPKA (Kr)

IBUKI

KOKYU

CHA-IRO

CHA-OBI

TAISO, UNDO, UNDOO (J), UNNDONG (Kr)

YOSHI

NEKO-ASHI-DACHI,NEKO-DACHI

CHUO

JUSHIN

SHIKI

CHOINSHIKI

MENKYO-KAIDEN


KUSARI

ISU

KOUTAI

MOMCHAU MAKGI (Kr)


HOHO

MUNE, KYOBU

KEIKO

KEITO or KEIKO

OTOGAI, AGO

CHUNG-KUO CH'UAN (Also Gung-Fu)

KANJI

JIME, SHIME

TAI SABAKI

TOMOE

FURI TSUKI

MOKUSO

Samurai's moral code of honor

KEMPO GOKUI

KANGEIKO

ERI

SAKOTSU

IRO-OBI

YONSOK (Kr)

RENZOKU-GERI

RENRAKU-HENKA-WAZA

MODOTTE, MOTONOICHI


ZANSHIN

KAKE

SHINSHIN


Hands in prayer position; head slightly bowed with only a minor forward movement of the hips.

SHIAI

SHIAIJO

SHIKEN SHITAKU

SHOBU-HO

TSUZUKETE

RENZUKI

RENZOKU-WAZA

SHUMATSU UNDO

SEIZA

REIGI

TSURI ASHI DACHI

MIKAZUKI-GERI

MIKAZUKI

NUKI ASHI

JUJI

KOSA

MATA

SARA

DIM MAK, DIM MOK, TIEN   HSUEH, SAPPO

FUKU SHIKI KOKYU

ATO-UCHI

SHIBUM (Kr)

SUKI

SOCHIN-DACHI, FUDO-DACHI

NANAME SHIKO DACHI

FUKUBU

MAAI

SHIHAN


KAMIZA

SONO-MAMA

MOROTE-UKE


MOROTE

NIHON TSUKI

AWASE-ZUKI (Yama-Zuki)

SHITA-UKE, GEDAN-UKE

OTOSHI-EMPI-UCHI

GEDAN-TSUKI

OSAE-UKE (J), NOOLLO MAKGI (Kr)

Father of Japanese Sports, Originator of the Dan rank  (Black Belt-Shodan)

HIKIWAKE

OTOSHI

MA-USHIRO (Judo unbalance to the rear),

MA-ISHIRO

MAN MAE (Judo unbalance to the front)

WASHIDE

MIMI

CHI

HIGASHI

EMPI or HIJI

EMPI JIME, HIJI JIME

KARATE

KARA

KARATE-JUTSU (Replaced word TE)

KARATE-DO

SOROMADE

KI

GARAMI

IRIMI

TORITE

REISHIKI, REIGISAHO

SUKASHI

SHINKYU-SHIAI (J), SIMSA (Kr)

SHITSUREI SHIMASU

SUMIMASEN

GOMEN NASAI

TORI

MEIJIN

TASHI

ONI KEN

ME

NAORE

MAYUGE

KAO, GAN or GANMEN

SOKIM (Kr)

RENMEI

SEN-I

YUBI

KA

IKKYU (1st Kyu)

CHUEH YUAN  (He observed that the novice shoots out his fist ferociously, but his punch contains no true strength.  A master is not nearly as flamboyant, yet his mere touch is as heavy as a "mountain".

KEN (J), JOOMUK (Kr), KOBUSHI

KENPO

YOKO-TOBI-GERI

KIME

ORI-ISU

SOKUTO

ASHI

HIRAKEN

UDE

UDE-UKE

UDE JIME

GAIWAN

HITOSASHIYUBI IPPONKEN (Isshi Ken)

SEIKEN

SEIKEN-ZUKI

HITAI

HIRATE

HIRAKEN

MAKIWARA (J),

DALLYON JOO (forging post) (Kr)

KATA(J), HYUNG(K), KUEN(C)

MAE

MAE-EMPI-UCHI

CHUGAERI (Middle turn, Middle twist)

ZEMPO UKEMI

SOKE


GAKU

JIYU KUMITE

JIYU

JIYU-KUMITE, JIGEIKO

SAVATE

SAVATE, CHAUSSON

OMOTE, SHOMEN

MAE-UKEMI

MAN MAE

KIN-GERI, MATA-GERI

KAMIZA, JOZA, SHOMEN

MAE-EMPI-UCHI

MAE-ASHI-GERI

MAE-GERI

MAE-GERI (Mae Geri)

ZENKUTSU-DACHI, MOROASHI-DACHI, ZENKUTSU DACHI

MAE-SANKAKU-JIME

MAE or ZEN

HOMBU

JUDO

KONBANWA

OYASUMI NASAI

KYU (J), GUP (Kr)

KATAME

O Sensei

DAISENSEI (Polite Title)

MIDORI

MICARI-OBI (J), OHGUP (Kr)

KIN

NE-WAZA, KATAME-WAZA

KAMI-NO-KE or KE

KODOKAN  (Located in Tokyo)

KAN

KANAZUCHI

KENTSUI, TETTSUI (J),

MIT-CHOOMUK, YAUP CHOOMUK (Kr)

SHITTSUI

KENTSUI-UCHI

TE

TSUKI-TE

UKE-TE

TE-WAZA

TONFA, TUIFA

SHINEN OMEDETO

AI

WA


ATAMA

GANMEN

TOBU

DOSHU

HOMBU

OMOI

FUKURO

KAKATO (Ensho)

KAKATO-GERI

KOKO

GOSHI

KOSHI-WAZA

SODE-TORI

OSAEKOMI-WAZA

KAGE

KAGI TSUKI

KIBA

KIBA-DACHI (J), MA (C)

SANCHIN

SANCHIN-DACHI

WAKARIMASU

TORI

SHOKUSHI

MUSUBI

HEISOKU

SEN


NAIWAN

KI (Japanese)

CHI (Chinese)  The very substance that separates student from master.  In the context of the modern martial artist however, inner strength may be defined as a method whereby breath control is used to consciously channel the mental, emotional, chemical and muscular processes of the body toward a single goal.

PRANA (Sanskrit)

UCHI

UCHI UKE

HANE

UCHIMATA

HAISOKU (J), BALDUNG (Kr)

KENGAKU

HARAWATA

KIZAMI TSUKI

KANSETSU

KANSETSU WAZA

Chimpan, Shinban, Sinban, Shimpan

HATA

HANTEI

KAESHI

KUMI or KUMIKATA

JUDOKA

JUDOGI

TOBI

TOBI-GERI

KOHAI

KUMITE

KARATEKA

URA-ZUKI

EMBUSEN

GERI or KERI

MUAY THAI

SOKUTEI-ASAE-UKE

KERI or GERI (J), CHAGI (Kr)

KERI-WAZA

TAE KWON DO

JINZO

HIZA, HITTSUI, SHITSUI, HIZAGASHIRA (J) Mooreup (Kr)

ZAREI

SAIZA

SOKUTO (J), JOKDO (Kr)

SHUTO (J), SUDO, SUTO (Kr)

RENOJI-DACHI (J), DWITKOOBI or

NIUNJA-SOGI (Kr)

RENOJI, NIUNJA-SOGI

HIZA

ERI

DOJO-CHO

SHIDOGEIKO

KO

HIDARI

HIDARI GAWA or SAHEN

GARI

SHINKEN

TSURIGOSHI

Light body contact but no face contact

YOBI UNDO

NARANDE, HEI

SHIMOSEKI

KUCHIBIRU

GYAKU-TE

GATAME

HANSOKU-MAKE

ITAMI-WAKE (Break by injury)

GE

SEIKA TANDEN, SHITAHARA

GEDAN (J), NAJUNDE (Kr)

SHUWAN, KOTE

SAIKI TANDEN

SAIKI TANDEN

SHODAN

OI-ZUKI

HAI

OGOSHI

O

BUGEI (Occupation of the Samurai)

DOGU

DOGI (GI)

BUDOKA

BUGEI-SHA

HANSHI

DOSHU

SHIAI (J), SHIHAP (Kr)

ZAZEN


SHIMOZA

YODANSHA, YUDANSHA

MUDANSHA

SHIN KI

KURISUMASU TANOSHII

NAKA, CHUDAN (J), KAUNDE (Kr)

CHU

TAKA TAKAYUBI

NAKADATE IPPONKEN,

NAKADAKA-IPPON-KEN, NAKADAKA-KEN

CHUDAN

CHUDAN-UKE

CHUDAN-TSUKI

KAUNDE (Kr)

KYOSHI


BU

BUDOKA

BUJUTSU (See Bugei)

HAN MU KWAN (Han Moo Kwan)

BUJIN (Martial arts expert)

BUDO

SHIN-NO-SHIN

MIZU NO KOKORO

KOKORO

SEISHIN

KO

KAGAMI

YAMA

GUCHI or KUCHI

IDOO

ATO

SHINTAI

KINNIKU

TSUME

NAFUDAKAKE

NIPPON-DEN KODOKAN JUDO

SEMAI

NAMI-JUJI-JIME

SHIZENTAI

KUBI

KEIBU

KUBI-JIME

YIN

SHINKEI

SHIOKU

IIE

KITA

HANA

MU

SHOSHINSHA (J), SIPGUP (Kr)

IPPON NUKITE

IPPON-KEN

IPPON

IPPON KUMITE

KENSHUSEI

KAISHO

HEIKO

UCHI-HACHINOJI

HACHIJI, HACHINOJI, HACHIJI-DACHI

MUSHIN-NO-SHIN

MUKO

MUKO GAWA

OUTER

JOGAI

SOTO-UKE

HARAI

SOTO

KANCHO

KAICHO

SEIRYUTO

SHIMI

SONBADAK (Kr)

SHOTEI or TEISHO

SHOTEI UKE

SHUTEI UCHI

AITE

UKE

HEIHAN

(Funakoshi renamed the "Pinan" kata "Heian"

KAN SHU (Ch)

ZANSHIN

BUKE

5 Kata formulated by Itosu in 1903

KAETE

DOJO (See Training Hall)

DOZO

ONEGAISHIMASU

BO

YANG

GAMAE (Kamae)

SHISEI, SOGI (Kr)

KIAI (J), JIPTJUNG or KIHAP (Kr)

SHOCHUGEIKO

KIHON

SHINAI

KEIKOGI

OTTO NI

DOKKO

GEKON

GOKOKU

DOJO KUN

NOGARE

TONFA

BOGU

UKI

HIKI

ZUKI or TSUKI (J), JIRUGI (Kr)

TSUKI-UKE

TSUKI, ZUKI (J), JIRUGI (Kr)

TSUKI-WAZA

SEITO

OS


HAYAKU

MOKUSOH

JOSOKUTEI

KIAI

YOI (J), JUNBI SOGI (Kr)

YOI (J), NARANI SOGI

MAE-ASHI-GERI (Mae Ashi Geri)

USHIRO-ASHI-GERI

AKAI

YOSUME (J), SHEER  (Kr)

NAOTTE

MOKUSA

SHIZEN-TAI

OREI, REISHIKI

SENSHI

GYAKU

GYAKU-ZUKI

URA

ROKKOTSU

HAITO (J), YOK SUDO (Kr)

MIGI (J), ORUN (Kr)

MIGI GAWA, UHEN, YOKO-MIGI

AGE-UKE

ZEMPO-UKEMI

FUDO

MAWASHI TSUKI

MAWASHI-EMPI-UCHI

MAWASHI-GERI (J), TOLYO CHAGI (Kr)

MAWASHI

MAWASHI-ZUKI

HANSOKU

SAMBO

SUTEMI

BUSHI

KATANA

WAKI ZASHI

GAKKO (See also Dojo)

KANI WAZA

HASAMI

HASAMI JIME

IDORI

GOSHIN-JUTSU (J), HOSIN SUL (Kr)

SEMPAI

BO", KWUN (C), LATHI (Ind)

TAI-SABAKI

SUNE

Founded in Naha (Okinawan)

SHIZEN DACHI

SHOTOKAN

KATA, SEOI. SENAKA

SEOI-NAGE

Forerunner of Shorin-Ryu

KAMA

WAKI

YOP MARKI (Kr)

YOKO-UKEMI

YOKO-GERI (J), YOP CHAGI (Kr)

HWA-RANG

AIUCHI

KAKE

SUWARU

SUWATE

ZAZEN

ROKUSHAKUBO

KUNG-FU

HADA

SODE

SODE

YUKURI

KO

MACHI-DOJO

SHIDO

ATE

YURU YAKA NI

KEAGE

JU YOKU GO O SEI SURU

MYUNG CHI (Kr)

TEISOKU, ASHI-NO-URA

MINAMI

NUKITE, YONHON NUKITE (J),

SUN SONKUP CHIRUGI

TOKU SHIN

SOKDO (Kr), KUKO (J)

SEBONO or SEBONE

BOSEKI

PAN-DA DE-TOL-LYO YUP CHA-GI

AIKI

WUSHU, WU SHU

FUDO

FUMI

DACHI

TACHI or RITSU

TATTE

TACHI-REI, RITSUREI

JOGAI NAKAE

SHUBO

I

TOMOE-NAGE

MATE, YAME

SHIKA

SHIKA-DACHI, SHIKO-DACHI

UDE-HISHIGI

JUN-ZUKI, CHOKU-ZUKI

SHIME

SHIMI OTOSHI

SHIBORI-WAZA, SHIME-WAZA

HEHO

TATAMI

CHIKARA

Open left hand signifies peace;

closed right hand signifies power

PYUGI (Kr)

UTSU

UCHI

ATEMI-WAZA (J), MOKPYO (Kr)

ATEMI (Atemi Waza)

UCHI-WAZA, ATE-WAZA

JEJA (Kr)

KYU

JU

HARAI, GARI

SUITCHI

KATANA

WANTO

TEIJI, TEIJI-DACHI or CHOJI

Sensei palchi dojo

Sensei moa dojo; sensei noa fi gi shoto arigato.

SENSEI, SABOM, SABUM, SAH BOM, SIFU, SABUMNIM

WAZA

TSUMA SAKI

MUAY THAI

DOMO ARIGATO

ARIGATO

DOMO ARIGATO GOZAIMAS'TA

DOMO ARIGATO GOZAIMASU

DOMO, KANSHA

SOREMADE

Karada O Shite Seishin Ni Jujun Narashimeru Jutsu (Tenjin-Shinyo-Ryu)

KIAJUTSU

MA-AI

ZENSHIN

ABARA

YOKO

MAIRI

MIBUN

KUO-SHU (National arts) (C)

SOKO

KARATE NI SENTE NASHI

FUTOMOMO, MOMO, MATA, DAITAI

SANREN-ZUKI

SAN CHIEH PANG

SAMPO-WAZA

NODO

NAGE, OTORI

NAGE-WAZA

TSUKI, KEKOMI

KEKOMI

OYAYUBI, UBE

OYAYUBI IPPONKEN

UMJI CHOOMUK (Kr)

KOKO or TOHO

JIKAN

TSUMASAKI

RENSHI

SHUCHU-SURU

KUDARI

AGARU

FUKAI

MAKERU

TSURI

MAWARU

ASHINOYUBI

TSUMA SAKI

SHITA

TSUKI NO KOKORO

SHIAI

Hands at the side; bend at the waist

DESHI

DOJO (J), DOJANG (Kr), KWOON (C)

KEIKO, SHUGYO (J), SOORYON (Kr)

RENSHU

SANBON TSUKI

TSUMAZUKASE-WAZA

MAWATTE

TENKAN

KAKE-DACHI, KOA SEOGI

KAKE

NIHON NUKITE, NISHI KEN

MOROTE-JIME

GI (J), SAM (Kr)

DEBANA-O-KUJIKI

UYE

JU

TAKATE

TATE-EMPI-UCHI

JODAN (J), NOPUNDE, SANGDAN (Kr)

JODAN JUJI-UKE (J), SANGDAN KYOCHA MARKI

Tate-Uraken-Zuki

TATE, TATE-ZUKI (J), SEWAO-JIREUGI (Kr)

TATE-SHUTO-UKE

KUPSO (Kr)

KU

KOSHI

ARUKI

CHUI

SAMURAI

MIZU or SUI

AIKIDO

CH'UAN FA (Chinese)

KEMPO (Japanese)

KEN FAT (Cantonese)

HWARANG-DO

JEET KUNE DO

KENDO, IAIDO

BUSHIDO (Tokugawa Era 1603-1868)

DO

RYU

BUSO

NISHI

KURUMA

Kureba mukae, sareba okuru.

(maximum efficiency with minimum effort)

HAO CH'UAN

SHIROI

HIROI

KACHI

FU

HIJI-MAKIKOMI

HANSOKU-GACHI

ONNA

TEKUBI

KO UKE

GYAKU-TEDORI

KOTE-WAZA, JUN-TEDORI

KOTE-HODOKI

JUJI-UKE (J), KYOCHA MARKI (Kr)

HAI

SHAO-LIN