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ichi
one
ni
two
san
three
shi/yon
four
go
five
roku
six
shichi
seven
hachi
eight
kyu
nine
ju
ten
ikkyo
first form
nikkyo
second form
sankyo
third form
yonkyo
fourth form
gokyo
fifth form
seiza
classic sitting posture
shikko
knee walking
suwari
sitting
suwari waza
sitting techniques
kamae
stance,posture
tachiwaza
standing techniques
hanmi
a triangular stance
ai-hanmi
to face one another in identical stance
gyaku-hanmi
mirror image stance
uke
receiver-attacker
nage
defnder, one who is throwing
atemi
defensive feint or blow
soto
turn in, move outside partner's arm
uchi
turn out, move insideor under parnter's arm
te
hand
kubi
neck
tekubi
wrist
kata
shoulder
katatori
shoulder grabbes
katatetori
one wrist grabbed
ryo
both
ryotetori
both wrists grabbed
morotetori
two hands on one
ushiro
from behind
ushiro tekubitori
both wrist grabbed from behind
ushiro tyokatatori
both shoulders grabbed from behind
kokyu
one breath
kokyuho
one breath exersise
kokyunage
one breath throw
shionage
four corners (four directions) Throw
jujinage
crossed arms throw
kaitenage
rotary throw
koshinage
hip throw
irminage
entering throw
tenchinage
heaven and earth throw
tsuki
front straight punch
shomenuchi
top (front) strike
yokomonuchi
side (oblique) strike
kotegaeshi
wrist turn out
kotemanwari
wrist turn in (nikkyo)
kotekhineri
Wrist twist (sankyo)
sumi otoshi
corner drop
ryotetori kokyunage
both wrists grabbed, one breath throw
ushiro katatori kotegaeshi
shoulder grabbed from behind, wrist turn out
agatsu
victory over self
masakatsu
victory of correctness
katsuhayahi
victory over the speed of light
zanshin
the correct posture for finishing a technique
irimi
entering movment
tenkan
turning movement
tenshin
moving back on a 45 degree angle
sempai
senior movment
kohai
junior student
omote
to move to the front of uke
ura
to move behing uke
shihan
teacher of teachers
sensei
teacher, reserved for high level instructors ie. shihan
yudansha
person with a black belt rank
ukemi
the art of falling
ago
chin, jaw
ago tsuki-age
a strike or push to the chin
ai
to meet: love: unity: harmony
aiki
unifing or harmonizing of ki
aiki budo
"the martial way of spiritual harmony"
aikido
the way to unify mind,body and spirit: the way of peace; the way to harmonize ki
aikidoka
one who studies aikido
aiki-en
martial art developed in 5th century a.d. the oldest form of aiki
aiki-in-yo-ho
the aiki sytem or doctrine of yin and yang also writen as aiki inyo-ho
aikikai
the world aikido federation headquarters in japan
aiki-ken
a sword used in accordance with aiki principles
aiki-nage
to throw an attacker without touching him. letting his force execute the throw
aiki-taiso
aikido exersies performed solo, embodying aiki principles
ashi
feet,foot
ashi-sabaki
foot,feet or leg movment or placement
ate-waza
striking arts or techniques
bo
a wooden staff
bokken
a wooden practice sword
bu
martial spirit
budo
the martial way
bushi
a warrior
bushido
the way of the warrior; the martial way
chi-kara
pysical ki; muscular strength or force
chi-no-kokyu
breath of the earth
choyaku
to step back and run
do
the way; the path
eri
collar
eri-tori
collar grasp
fune-kogi
rowing motion
fune-kogi-undo
rowing motion exercise
furi
to swing
furitama
settling ons ki; a shaking motion used to settle ons ki
gaku
the calligraphy or motto on the dojo wall
ganmen
the face; the front of the head; and attack to that area
gokyo
fith classification of pinning/locking technique
gyaku
opposite;reverse
gyaku-te
opposite hand, opposite side
hanmi-handashi
two opponents facing off where one is sitting and the other is standing
hansha
reflection; same side
hantai
opposite; the opposite side
happo
eight directions
happo-undo
eight directional exercise
hara
abodomen; the one point
harai
a sweeping motion
hazushi
the point at which the ukes grip or grasp on nage is broken
hidari
Left
hiji-tori
elbow grb; to grasp the elbow
iki
Breathe; To breathe
ganmen-uchi
A straight attack to the face