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Terminologi

 

Formalities and General Terms:   

rei [reh-ee] = bow

mokuso [moh-koo-soh] = close eyes, meditate

yoi [yoh-ee] = ready

hajime [hah-jee-meh] = begin

kamaete [kah-mah-eh-teh] = assume stance

kaette [kah-eh-teh] = pivot or change direction

yame [yah-meh] = stop

yasume [yah-soo-meh] = relax, at ease

kiai [kee-ah-ee] = vocal expulsion of air

kihon [kee-hohn] = basic training

kata [kah-tah] = formal exercise or form

kumite [koo-mee-teh] = sparring

jodan [joh-dahn] = face level

chudan [choo-dahn] stomach level

sensei [sehn-say] teacher

sempai [sehm-pie] senior belt

dojo [dough-joe] training hall

shihai [she-hay] tournament

makiwari [mah-key-wha-rha] punching board

gi [ghe] uniform

obi [o-bee] belt

kyu [q] junior rank

dan [dahn] senior rank

seiza [say-zha] formal kneeling position    

 

Blocks:   

gedan-barai [geh-dahn bah-rah-ee] downward block

age-uke [ah-geh oo-kay] rising block

ude-uke [oo-deh oo-kay] inside forearm block

tettsui-uke [tet-soo-ee oo-kay] hammer-fist block

shuto-uke [shoo-toh oo-kay] knife-hand block

juji-uke/kosu-uke [jew-gee oo-kay] X block

haishu-uke [hi-shoo oo-kay] backhand block

kakiwaki-uke [kah-key-wah-kay oo-kay] reverse wedge block

moroto-uke [moe-row-teh oo-kay] augmented forearm block

nagashi-uke [nah-gah-she oo-kay] sweeping block

tate shuto-uke [tah-teh shoe-toe oo-kay] vertical knife-hand block (arm straight)    

 

Punches:   

oi-zuki [oh-ee-zoo-key] lunge punch

gyaku-zuki [gyah-koo-zoo-key] reverse punch

choku-zuki [cho-koo-zoo-key] straight punch

kizami-zuki [key-zah-meo-zoo-key] leading hand jab

sanbon-zuki [sahn-bon-zoo-key] three punch combination

ura-zuki [oo-rah-zoo-key] close punch

kagi-zuki [kah-ghee-zoo-key] hook punch

mawashi-zuki [mah-wha-she-zoo-key] roundhouse punch

moroto-zuki [moe-row-teh-zoo-key] double-fist punch

yama-zuki [yah-mah-zoo-key] wide U punch

age-zuki [ah-geh-zoo-key] rising punch    

 

Kicks:   

mae-geri [mah-eh-geh-rhee] front kick

mawashi-geri [mah-wah-shee-geh-rhee] roundhouse kick

yoko-geri keage [yoh-koh-geh-ree keh-ah-geh] side-up kick

yoko-geri kekomi [yoh-koh-geh-ree keh-koh-mee] side thrust kick

fumikomi-geri [foo-mee-koh-mee-geh-rhee] stomping kick

mikazuki-geri [mee-kah-zoo-kee-geh-rhee] crescent kick

ushiro-geri [oo-she-row-geh-rhee] rear-leg kick

ashi-bari [aah-she-baa-rah-ee] foot or leg sweep

hiza-geri [he-zah-geh-rhee] knee kick

gyaku mawashi-geri [gya-koo mah-wah-she-geh-rhee] reverse roundhouse kick

kakato-geri [kah-kah-toe-geh-ree] axe kick    

 

Stances:   

zenkutsu-dachi [zehn-koo-tsoo-dah-chee] front stance

kokutsu-dachi [koh-koo-tsoo-dah-chee] back stance

kiba-dachi [kee-bah-dah-chee] horse riding stance

fudo-dachi [foo-dough-dah-chee] rooted stance

hangetsu-dachi [hahn-geh-tsue-dah-chee] half-moon stance

sanchin-dachi [san-chin-dah-chee] hour-glass stance

neiko ashi-dachi [neh-koh ah-she-dah-chee] cat stance

shiko-dachi [she-ko-dah-chee] sumo stance '

heisoku-dachi [hay-sow-koo-dah-chee] informal attention stance (feet and toes together)

musubi-dachi [moo-sue-be-dah-chee] informal attention stance (heels together, toes at 90 degrees)

hachiji-dachi [hah-chee-gee-dah-chee] open leg stance (feet shoulder width and pointed out)

heiko-dachi [hay-koh-dah-chee] parallel stance (feet shoulder width and straight)

uchu hachiji-dachi [oo-chee ha-chee-gee-dah-chee] inverted open leg stance (feet shoulder width and pointed in)

teiji-dachi [teh-gee-dah-chee] T stance

renoji-dachi [ray-no-gee-dah-chee] L stance    

 

Kumite:   

ippon kumite [eep-pohn koo-me-teh] one step sparring

sanbon kumite [sahn-bohn koo-me-teh] three step sparring

gohon kumite [go-hon-koo-me-teh] five step sparring

jiyu kumite [jee-yoo koo-ee-teh] free style j

iyu ippon kumite [jee-yoo eep-pohn koo-me-teh] one step, semi-free style  

 

Kata:   

heian shodan [hey-ann show-dahn] peaceful mind

heian nidan [hey-ann nee-dahn] peaceful mind

heian sandan [hey-ann sahn-dahn] peaceful mind

heian yondan [hey-ann yohn-dahn] peaceful mind

heian godan [hey-ann go-dahn] peaceful mind

tekki shodan [tehk-ee show-dahn] iron horse

tekki nidan [tehk-ee nee-dahn] iron horse

tekki sandan [tehk-ee sahn-dahn] iron horse

bassai-dai [bah-sai-die] to storm a fortress

bassai-sho [bah-sai-show] to storm a fortress

kanku-dai [khan-khu-die] to view the sky

kanku-sho [khan-khu-show] to view the sky

empi [ehm-pe] flight of the swallow

jion [jhee-on] named after a temple

   

Numbers    

ichi =1

ni = 2

san = 3

shi = 4

go = 5

roku = 6

shichi = 7

hachi = 8

ku = 9

ju = 10

 

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