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Judo Terms
  • Aite (Partner, Opponent)
  • Ashi (Foot, leg)
  • Atama (Head)
  • Ayumi Ashi (Ordinary Pattern of Walking)
  • Dojo (Training Hall)
  • Eri (Collar, lapel)
  • Hantei (End of match indicator of need for consulatation with the judges)
  • Happo no Kuzushi (Kuzushi in 8 directions)
  • Hara (Stomach)
  • Hidari (Left)
  • Hiji (Elbow)
  • Hike-Wake (A Draw)
  • Hikite (Pulling Hand)
  • Hiza (Knee)
  • Ippon (One point in competition)
  • Itsutsu-no-kata (Grace through movemetns with some ju-jitsu tech)
  • Jigotai (Defensive Posture)
  • Jikan (Stop the clock)
  • Judogi (Judo practice uniform)
  • Judoka (Judoist)
  • Ju-no-kata (Gentle movements in self d. Max effect with Min effort)
  • Kake (Completing Movie of technique)
  • Kansetsu (Joint)
  • Kata (Controlled Model Technique; Atemiwaza is done then)
  • Kata (Shoulder)
  • Kenka Yotsu (Fighting Grip)
  • Kime-no-kata (Teaches attack & defence in combat situations)
  • Kodokan-goshin-jitsu (21 self defence tech. against un & armed opponents)
  • Kogeki-Seyo (Request for judoka to be more active)
  • Koka (Less than a yuko)
  • Koshi (Hip)
  • Koshiki-no-kata (Advanced tech with deep insight into theory of Judo)
  • Kubi (Neck)
  • Kumikata (Holding Method)
  • Kuzure (Modified (hold))
  • Kuzushi (Unbalancing the Opponent)
  • Mae (Forward, front)
  • Mae-Mawari Sabaki (Fron-turn movement Control)
  • Mae-Mawari Ukemi (Tumbling Forward)
  • Mae Sabaki (Front Movement Control)
  • Mae Ukemi (Falling Foward)
  • Migi (right)
  • Momo (thigh)
  • Mune (Chest)
  • Obi (Judo belt)
  • Osaekomi (Begin timing of hold)
  • Osaekomi-Toketa (Stop timing of hold)
  • O-Uchi-Komi (Practice 9 turn ins and real on 10th)
  • Randori (Free Practice)
  • Randori-no-kata (Form/Demonstration of Randoriwaza)
  • Randoriwaza (Techniques for Free Practice (1-8))
  • Rei (Ref signal for exchange of bows and one step forward)
  • Renrakuwaza (Combination Techniques)
  • Ritsurei (Standing Salutation)
  • Seiza (Formal Kneeling Posture)
  • Sensei (Teacher, instructor)
  • Shiai (Contest)
  • Shintai (Moving forwards, sideways & backwards)
  • Shisei (Posture)
  • Shizentai (Natural Posture)
  • Shosa (Movement towards winner)
  • Sode (Sleeve)
  • Sono-Mama (Stop action; Freeze)
  • Tai Sabaki (Body Control)
  • Tatami (Mat)
  • Te (Hand, arm)
  • Tebuki (Wrist)
  • Tokuiwaza (One's favorite/best technique)
  • Tori (The Attacker)
  • Tsugi Ashi (Walking by bringing one foot up to another)
  • Tsukuri (Entry into the opponent)
  • Tsurite (Lifting Hand)
  • Ude (arm)
  • Uke (The defender)
  • Ukemi (Breakfall techniques)
  • Ushiro (Backward, rear)
  • Ushiro Sabaki (Back movement control)
  • Ushiro Ukemi (Falling Backward)
  • Waki (Armpit)
  • Waza (Technique)
  • Waza-Ari (Half point)
  • Wazaari-Awasete Ippon (Two Wazaaris for the win)
  • Wazaari no Muko (Particular technique is not valid)
  • Yoko (side)
  • Yoko-Kaiteri-Ukemi (Sideways rolling break fall)
  • Yoko Ukemi (Falling Sideways)
  • Yoshi (Resume action)
  • Yubi (finger)
  • Yuko (Less than a waza-ari)
  • Yusei Gachi (Win by judge's decision)
  • Zarei (Kneeling Salutation)

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