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柔道

see styles
Mandarin róu dào / rou2 dao4
Taiwan jou tao
Japanese juudou / judo / じゅうどう
Chinese judo
Japanese judo

黒帯

see styles
Japanese kuroobi / くろおび Japanese black belt (judo, karate, etc.)

see styles
Japanese shime / しめ Japanese (1) tie up; bind; fastening; tightening; (2) sum; total amount; total; (3) (martial arts term) judo choking (strangling) techniques; (4) (food term) last meal eaten when going restaurant hopping; (5) completion; conclusion; rounding off; (counter) (6) counter for bundles; counter for faggots; counter for bundles of 2000 sheets of paper; (7) end mark; closure mark; (female given name) Shime

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Mandarin huó / huo2
Taiwan huo
Japanese katsu / かつ
Chinese to live; alive; living; work; workmanship
Japanese (1) living; life; (2) (See 活を入れる・1) judo art of resuscitation; (suffix) (3) (abbreviation) (See 活動・1) action; activity; (personal name) Katsuji; (given name) Katsu; (personal name) Ikuru; (female given name) Iki
jīva, jīvaka; alive, living, lively, revive, movable; be lively

中堅


中坚

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Mandarin zhōng jiān / zhong1 jian1
Taiwan chung chien
Japanese chuuken / chuken / ちゅうけん
Chinese core; nucleus; backbone
Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) (1) main body (of troops); (2) nucleus; backbone; mainstay; key figure; (3) center field; centre field; center fielder; centre fielder; (4) (See 先鋒・せんぽう・2) athlete competing in the middle-number match in a team competition, i.e. second in 3-on-3, third in 5-on-5 (kendo, judo, etc.); (surname) Nakano; (place-name) Nakadate

乱取

see styles
Japanese randori / らんどり Japanese (irregular okurigana usage) (martial arts term) randori (freestyle judo training)

乱捕

see styles
Japanese randori / らんどり Japanese (irregular okurigana usage) (martial arts term) randori (freestyle judo training)

儒童

see styles
Mandarin rú tóng / ru2 tong2
Taiwan ju t`ung / ju tung
Japanese judō
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

儒道

see styles
Japanese judou / judo / じゅどう Japanese Confucianism

先鋒


先锋

see styles
Mandarin xiān fēng / xian1 feng1
Taiwan hsien feng
Japanese senpou / senpo / せんぽう
Chinese vanguard; pioneer
Japanese (1) advance guard; vanguard; (2) athlete who competes in the first match of a team competition (kendo, judo, etc.)

内股

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Japanese uchimomo / うちもも    uchimata / うちまた Japanese inner thigh; (1) inner thigh; (noun/participle) (2) (walking) pigeon-toed; one's toes turned inward; (3) uchimata (judo); throwing an opponent by putting one's leg between their legs

副将

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Japanese fukushou / fukusho / ふくしょう Japanese (1) second in command; (2) (See 先鋒・せんぽう・2) fourth athlete to compete in a 5-on-5 team competition (kendo, judo, etc.)

取り

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Japanese dori / どり    tori / とり Japanese (suffix noun) (1) samurai receiving this much rice as a fee; (2) offering of rice cake containing this much rice; (3) (obsolete) person receiving this amount of money as a salary; (n,n-suf) (1) taking; taker; collecting; collector; remover; removal; (2) last performer of the day (usu. the star performer); last performance of the day; (3) active partner (e.g. in judo demonstration); (prefix) (4) emphatic or formal prefix

取手

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Japanese toride / とりで Japanese (1) recipient; receiver; acceptor; taker; (2) (martial arts term) (sumo) skilled practitioner (of judo, sumo, etc.); (3) person who picks up the cards (in karuta games); handle; grip; knob; (place-name) Toride

受動

see styles
Japanese judou / judo / じゅどう Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) passive

和ら

see styles
Japanese yawara / やわら Japanese judo; jujutsu

大将

see styles
Japanese taishou(p);daishou / taisho(p);daisho / たいしょう(P);だいしょう Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) (1) general; admiral; (2) boss; leader; local kingpin; (3) (familiar language) (familiar or jocular term for addressing a male) old chap; mate; boss; chief; man; (4) (See 先鋒・せんぽう・2) athlete who competes in the last match of a team competition (kendo, judo, etc.); (given name) Hiromasa

寝技

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Japanese newaza / ねわざ Japanese (1) (in wrestling or judo) pinning technique; (2) underhanded dealings

寝業

see styles
Japanese newaza / ねわざ Japanese (1) (in wrestling or judo) pinning technique; (2) underhanded dealings

小業

see styles
Japanese kowaza / こわざ Japanese finer points (e.g. in judo); little tricks

山嵐

see styles
Japanese yamaarashi / yamarashi / やまあらし Japanese (1) mountain storm; (2) {MA} yamaarashi; judo throwing technique

投技

see styles
Japanese nagewaza / なげわざ Japanese (sumo) (martial arts term) throw or throwing technique (sumo, judo)

指導


指导

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Mandarin zhǐ dǎo / zhi3 dao3
Taiwan chih tao
Japanese shidou / shido / しどう
Chinese to guide; to give directions; to direct; to coach; guidance; tuition; CL:個|个[ge4]
Japanese (noun/participle) (1) leadership; guidance; coaching; (2) shido (disciplinary action for a minor infringement of the rules of judo)

柔ら

see styles
Japanese yawara / やわら Japanese judo; jujutsu

横車

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Japanese yokoguruma / よこぐるま Japanese (exp,n) (1) (See 横車を押す) perverseness; obstinacy; something unreasonable (like pushing a cart from the side (instead of from behind)); (2) side wheel throw (judo); (surname) Yokoguruma

樹洞

see styles
Japanese judou / judo / じゅどう Japanese tree hollow; hollow in a tree

次鋒

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Japanese jihou / jiho / じほう Japanese (See 先鋒・せんぽう・2) second athlete to compete in a 5-on-5 team competition (kendo, judo, etc.)

浮腰

see styles
Japanese ukigoshi / うきごし Japanese (1) wavering; unsteady; (2) (martial arts term) floating hip throw (judo)

絞技

see styles
Japanese shimewaza / しめわざ Japanese (martial arts term) shime-waza (judo stranglehold)

締め

see styles
Japanese shime / しめ Japanese (1) tie up; bind; fastening; tightening; (2) sum; total amount; total; (3) (martial arts term) judo choking (strangling) techniques; (4) (food term) last meal eaten when going restaurant hopping; (5) completion; conclusion; rounding off; (counter) (6) counter for bundles; counter for faggots; counter for bundles of 2000 sheets of paper; (7) end mark; closure mark

締技

see styles
Japanese shimewaza / しめわざ Japanese (martial arts term) shime-waza (judo stranglehold)

肩車

see styles
Japanese kataguruma / かたぐるま Japanese (noun/participle) (1) giving someone a ride on one's shoulders; (2) {MA} shoulder wheel (judo)

落す

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Japanese otosu / おとす Japanese (transitive verb) (1) to drop; to lose; to let fall; to shed (light); to cast (one's gaze); to pour in (liquid); to leave behind; (2) to clean off (dirt, makeup, paint, etc.); to remove (e.g. stains or facial hair); to lose; to spend money at a certain place; to omit; to leave out; to secretly let escape; (3) to lose (a match); to reject (an applicant); to fail (a course); to defeat (in an election); (4) to lower (e.g. shoulders or voice); to lessen (e.g. production or body weight); to worsen (quality); to reduce (e.g. rank or popularity); to speak badly of; to make light of; to fall into straitened circumstances; (5) to fall into (e.g. a dilemma or sin); to make one's own; to have one's bid accepted; to force surrender; to take (e.g. an enemy camp or castle); to forcefully convince; to press for a confession; to deal with; (6) (computer terminology) to download; to copy from a computer to another medium; (7) (martial arts term) to make someone swoon (judo); (8) to finish a story (e.g. with the punch line); (9) to finish (a period, e.g. of fasting)

落る

see styles
Japanese ochiru / おちる Japanese (irregular okurigana usage) (v1,vi) (1) to fall down; to drop; to fall (e.g. rain); to sink (e.g. sun or moon); to fall onto (e.g. light or one's gaze); to be used in a certain place (e.g. money); (2) to be omitted; to be missing; (3) to decrease; to sink; (4) to fail (e.g. exam or class); to lose (contest, election, etc.); (5) to crash; to degenerate; to degrade; to fall behind; (6) to become indecent (of a conversation); (7) to be ruined; to go under; (8) to fade; to come out (e.g. a stain); to come off (e.g. makeup); to be removed (e.g. illness, possessing spirit, name on a list); (9) to fall (into someone's hands); to become someone's possession; (10) to fall (into a trap); to fall (for a trick); (11) to give in; to give up; to confess; to flee; (12) to fall; to be defeated; to surrender; (13) to come to (in the end); to end in; (14) to fall (in love, asleep, etc.); (15) to swoon (judo); (16) to consent; to understand; (17) (computer terminology) to crash; to freeze; (18) to die; (19) to move to the depths

足技

see styles
Japanese ashiwaza / あしわざ Japanese (judo) foot technique; footwork

足掛

see styles
Japanese ashikake / あしかけ Japanese (1) (sumo) (martial arts term) leg trip (in sumo, judo, etc.); (2) foothold; pedal; (adverbial noun) (3) nearly (used to estimate a period of time by rounding up incomplete units)

足業

see styles
Japanese ashiwaza / あしわざ Japanese (judo) foot technique; footwork

軟ら

see styles
Japanese yawara / やわら Japanese judo; jujutsu

道着

see styles
Japanese dougi / dogi / どうぎ Japanese uniform worn in martial arts (judo, kendo, etc.)

重土

see styles
Japanese juudo / judo / じゅうど Japanese (1) (See 酸化バリウム) barium oxide; (2) (abbreviation) (See 重粘土) heavy clay

重度

see styles
Mandarin zhòng dù / zhong4 du4
Taiwan chung tu
Japanese juudo / judo / じゅうど
Chinese serious; severe
Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) heavy; severe

乱取り

see styles
Japanese randori / らんどり Japanese (martial arts term) randori (freestyle judo training)

乱捕り

see styles
Japanese randori / らんどり Japanese (martial arts term) randori (freestyle judo training)

二枚腰

see styles
Japanese nimaigoshi / にまいごし Japanese {sumo;MA} (in sumo and judo) posture in which the legs are firmly planted

体捌き

see styles
Japanese taisabaki / たいさばき Japanese (martial arts term) defensive body movement (judo, kendo, etc.)

体落し

see styles
Japanese taiotoshi / たいおとし Japanese (martial arts term) body drop (judo); body throw

取り手

see styles
Japanese torite / とりて Japanese (1) recipient; receiver; acceptor; taker; (2) (martial arts term) (sumo) skilled practitioner (of judo, sumo, etc.); (3) person who picks up the cards (in karuta games)

堕ちる

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Japanese ochiru / おちる Japanese (v1,vi) (1) to fall down; to drop; to fall (e.g. rain); to sink (e.g. sun or moon); to fall onto (e.g. light or one's gaze); to be used in a certain place (e.g. money); (2) to be omitted; to be missing; (3) to decrease; to sink; (4) to fail (e.g. exam or class); to lose (contest, election, etc.); (5) to crash; to degenerate; to degrade; to fall behind; (6) to become indecent (of a conversation); (7) to be ruined; to go under; (8) to fade; to come out (e.g. a stain); to come off (e.g. makeup); to be removed (e.g. illness, possessing spirit, name on a list); (9) to fall (into someone's hands); to become someone's possession; (10) to fall (into a trap); to fall (for a trick); (11) to give in; to give up; to confess; to flee; (12) to fall; to be defeated; to surrender; (13) to come to (in the end); to end in; (14) to fall (in love, asleep, etc.); (15) to swoon (judo); (16) to consent; to understand; (17) (computer terminology) to crash; to freeze; (18) to die; (19) to move to the depths

墜ちる

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Japanese ochiru / おちる Japanese (v1,vi) (1) to fall down; to drop; to fall (e.g. rain); to sink (e.g. sun or moon); to fall onto (e.g. light or one's gaze); to be used in a certain place (e.g. money); (2) to be omitted; to be missing; (3) to decrease; to sink; (4) to fail (e.g. exam or class); to lose (contest, election, etc.); (5) to crash; to degenerate; to degrade; to fall behind; (6) to become indecent (of a conversation); (7) to be ruined; to go under; (8) to fade; to come out (e.g. a stain); to come off (e.g. makeup); to be removed (e.g. illness, possessing spirit, name on a list); (9) to fall (into someone's hands); to become someone's possession; (10) to fall (into a trap); to fall (for a trick); (11) to give in; to give up; to confess; to flee; (12) to fall; to be defeated; to surrender; (13) to come to (in the end); to end in; (14) to fall (in love, asleep, etc.); (15) to swoon (judo); (16) to consent; to understand; (17) (computer terminology) to crash; to freeze; (18) to die; (19) to move to the depths

大外刈

see styles
Japanese oosotogari / おおそとがり Japanese {MA} osotogari (in judo, a major sweeping leg throw)

巴投げ

see styles
Japanese tomoenage / ともえなげ Japanese overhead throw in judo

技あり

see styles
Japanese wazaari / wazari / わざあり Japanese (martial arts term) waza-ari (in judo, a half-point awarded for good but incomplete execution)

技有り

see styles
Japanese wazaari / wazari / わざあり Japanese (martial arts term) waza-ari (in judo, a half-point awarded for good but incomplete execution)

投げ技

see styles
Japanese nagewaza / なげわざ Japanese (sumo) (martial arts term) throw or throwing technique (sumo, judo)

投げ業

see styles
Japanese nagewaza / なげわざ Japanese (sumo) (martial arts term) throw or throwing technique (sumo, judo)

捨身技

see styles
Japanese sutemiwaza / すてみわざ Japanese (martial arts term) sutemi-waza (judo sacrifice throw)

柔道場

see styles
Japanese juudoujou / judojo / じゅうどうじょう Japanese judo hall

柔道家

see styles
Japanese juudouka / judoka / じゅうどうか Japanese judo practitioner

柔道着

see styles
Japanese juudougi / judogi / じゅうどうぎ Japanese {MA} judo gi; judo uniform

極める

see styles
Japanese kiwameru / きわめる    kimeru / きめる Japanese (transitive verb) (1) to carry to extremes; to go to the end of something; (2) to investigate thoroughly; to master; (transitive verb) (1) to decide; to choose; to determine; to make up one's mind; to resolve; to set one's heart on; to settle; to arrange; to set; to appoint; to fix; (2) to clinch (a victory); to decide (the outcome of a match); (3) to persist in doing; to go through with; (4) to always do; to have made a habit of; (5) to take for granted; to assume; (6) to dress up; to dress to kill; to dress to the nines; (7) to carry out successfully (a move in sports, a pose in dance, etc.); to succeed in doing; (8) (martial arts term) (sumo) to immobilize with a double-arm lock (in sumo, judo, etc.); (9) to eat or drink something; to take illegal drugs

段級制

see styles
Japanese dankyuusei / dankyuse / だんきゅうせい Japanese (See 級,段・2) rating system based on dan and kyuu used in Judo, Shogi, etc.

決める

see styles
Japanese kimeru / きめる Japanese (transitive verb) (1) to decide; to choose; to determine; to make up one's mind; to resolve; to set one's heart on; to settle; to arrange; to set; to appoint; to fix; (2) to clinch (a victory); to decide (the outcome of a match); (3) to persist in doing; to go through with; (4) to always do; to have made a habit of; (5) to take for granted; to assume; (6) to dress up; to dress to kill; to dress to the nines; (7) to carry out successfully (a move in sports, a pose in dance, etc.); to succeed in doing; (8) (martial arts term) (sumo) to immobilize with a double-arm lock (in sumo, judo, etc.); (9) to eat or drink something; to take illegal drugs

浮き腰

see styles
Japanese ukigoshi / うきごし Japanese (1) wavering; unsteady; (2) (martial arts term) floating hip throw (judo)

稽古着

see styles
Japanese keikogi / kekogi / けいこぎ Japanese training clothes (judo, kendo, etc.); practice suit

立ち技

see styles
Japanese tachiwaza / たちわざ Japanese standing throw in judo

絞め技

see styles
Japanese shimewaza / しめわざ Japanese (martial arts term) shime-waza (judo stranglehold)

締め技

see styles
Japanese shimewaza / しめわざ Japanese (martial arts term) shime-waza (judo stranglehold)

胴締め

see styles
Japanese doujime / dojime / どうじめ Japanese (1) scissors maneuver (in wrestling, judo, etc.); scissors manoeuvre; (2) belt; waistband

腰投げ

see styles
Japanese koshinage / こしなげ Japanese {sumo;MA} hip throw (judo, sumo)

自然体

see styles
Japanese shizentai / しぜんたい Japanese (1) natural posture or stance (esp. in judo); (2) relaxed, open attitude

落ちる

see styles
Japanese ochiru / おちる Japanese (v1,vi) (1) to fall down; to drop; to fall (e.g. rain); to sink (e.g. sun or moon); to fall onto (e.g. light or one's gaze); to be used in a certain place (e.g. money); (2) to be omitted; to be missing; (3) to decrease; to sink; (4) to fail (e.g. exam or class); to lose (contest, election, etc.); (5) to crash; to degenerate; to degrade; to fall behind; (6) to become indecent (of a conversation); (7) to be ruined; to go under; (8) to fade; to come out (e.g. a stain); to come off (e.g. makeup); to be removed (e.g. illness, possessing spirit, name on a list); (9) to fall (into someone's hands); to become someone's possession; (10) to fall (into a trap); to fall (for a trick); (11) to give in; to give up; to confess; to flee; (12) to fall; to be defeated; to surrender; (13) to come to (in the end); to end in; (14) to fall (in love, asleep, etc.); (15) to swoon (judo); (16) to consent; to understand; (17) (computer terminology) to crash; to freeze; (18) to die; (19) to move to the depths

落とす

see styles
Japanese otosu / おとす Japanese (transitive verb) (1) to drop; to lose; to let fall; to shed (light); to cast (one's gaze); to pour in (liquid); to leave behind; (2) to clean off (dirt, makeup, paint, etc.); to remove (e.g. stains or facial hair); to lose; to spend money at a certain place; to omit; to leave out; to secretly let escape; (3) to lose (a match); to reject (an applicant); to fail (a course); to defeat (in an election); (4) to lower (e.g. shoulders or voice); to lessen (e.g. production or body weight); to worsen (quality); to reduce (e.g. rank or popularity); to speak badly of; to make light of; to fall into straitened circumstances; (5) to fall into (e.g. a dilemma or sin); to make one's own; to have one's bid accepted; to force surrender; to take (e.g. an enemy camp or castle); to forcefully convince; to press for a confession; to deal with; (6) (computer terminology) to download; to copy from a computer to another medium; (7) (martial arts term) to make someone swoon (judo); (8) to finish a story (e.g. with the punch line); (9) to finish (a period, e.g. of fasting)

袈裟固

see styles
Japanese kesagatame / けさがため Japanese (irregular okurigana usage) (martial arts term) scarf hold (in judo)

裏投げ

see styles
Japanese uranage / うらなげ Japanese {MA} ura-nage (in judo, an over-the-head throw performed by rolling backwards)

足かけ

see styles
Japanese ashikake / あしかけ Japanese (1) (sumo) (martial arts term) leg trip (in sumo, judo, etc.); (2) foothold; pedal; (adverbial noun) (3) nearly (used to estimate a period of time by rounding up incomplete units)

足固め

see styles
Japanese ashigatame / あしがため Japanese judo leg hold

足掛け

see styles
Japanese ashikake / あしかけ Japanese (1) (sumo) (martial arts term) leg trip (in sumo, judo, etc.); (2) foothold; pedal; (adverbial noun) (3) nearly (used to estimate a period of time by rounding up incomplete units)

返し技

see styles
Japanese kaeshiwaza / かえしわざ Japanese counterattack (kendo, judo, etc.); reversal technique

過肩摔

see styles
Mandarin guò jiān shuǎi / guo4 jian1 shuai3
Taiwan kuo chien shuai
Chinese shoulder throw (judo)

釣り手

see styles
Japanese tsurite / つりて Japanese (1) hanger (e.g. for mosquito net); hanging strap; (2) fisherman; angler; (3) (martial arts term) lifting hand (judo)

関節技

see styles
Japanese kansetsuwaza / かんせつわざ Japanese locking technique in judo

体さばき

see styles
Japanese taisabaki / たいさばき Japanese (martial arts term) defensive body movement (judo, kendo, etc.)

体落とし

see styles
Japanese taiotoshi / たいおとし Japanese (martial arts term) body drop (judo); body throw

儒童菩薩


儒童菩萨

see styles
Mandarin rú tóng pú sà / ru2 tong2 pu2 sa4
Taiwan ju t`ung p`u sa / ju tung pu sa
Japanese Judō Bosatsu
Learned-youth Bodhisattva, i.e. Confucius, he having been sent from India by the Buddha to instruct China! Also a name of Śākyamuni in a previous existence.

優勢勝ち

see styles
Japanese yuuseigachi / yusegachi / ゆうせいがち Japanese {MA} winning by judges' decision (in judo)

免許皆伝

see styles
Japanese menkyokaiden / めんきょかいでん Japanese (yoji) possessing full mastery of an art (e.g. Judo); initiation into the secrets (e.g. of an art); full mastership

取り;取

see styles
Japanese dori / どり    tori / とり Japanese (suffix noun) (1) (after a quantity) samurai receiving this much rice as a fee; (2) offering of rice cake containing this much rice; (3) (obsolete) person receiving this amount of money as a salary; (n,n-suf) (1) taking; taker; collecting; collector; remover; removal; (2) last performer of the day (usu. the star performer); last performance of the day; (3) active partner (e.g. in judo demonstration); (prefix) (4) (before a verb) emphatic or formal prefix

合わせ技

see styles
Japanese awasewaza / あわせわざ Japanese combination technique in Judo

抑え込み

see styles
Japanese osaekomi / おさえこみ Japanese holding down (esp. in judo); holding technique; pinning down; immobilizing; bringing under control

捨て身技

see styles
Japanese sutemiwaza / すてみわざ Japanese (martial arts term) sutemi-waza (judo sacrifice throw)

柔道整復

see styles
Japanese juudouseifuku / judosefuku / じゅうどうせいふく Japanese judo therapy; traditional non-surgical osteopathic tissue and bone manipulation therapy

横四方固

see styles
Japanese yokoshihougatame / yokoshihogatame / よこしほうがため Japanese (irregular okurigana usage) (martial arts term) yoko-shiho-gatame (judo hold in which the opponent's shoulders and hips are pinned)

段を取る

see styles
Japanese danotoru / だんをとる Japanese (exp,v5r) to get a black belt; to obtain a degree (in judo)

段級位制

see styles
Japanese dankyuuisei / dankyuise / だんきゅういせい Japanese (See 級,段・2) rating system based on dan and kyuu used in Judo, Shogi, etc.

縦四方固

see styles
Japanese tateshihougatame / tateshihogatame / たてしほうがため Japanese (irregular okurigana usage) (martial arts term) tate-shiho-gatame (judo); vertical four-quarter hold

袈裟固め

see styles
Japanese kesagatame / けさがため Japanese (martial arts term) scarf hold (in judo)

一本背負い

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Japanese ipponzeoi / いっぽんぜおい Japanese {sumo;MA} one-armed shoulder throw (judo or sumo)

内股;内腿

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Japanese uchimata(内股);uchimomo / うちまた(内股);うちもも Japanese (1) inner thigh; (noun/participle) (2) (うちまた only) (walking) pigeon-toed; one's toes turned inward; (3) (うちまた only) uchimata (judo); throwing an opponent by putting one's leg between their legs

喝を入れる

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Japanese katsuoireru / かつをいれる Japanese (irregular kanji usage) (exp,v1) (1) to apply the art of resuscitation (in judo, etc.); (2) to breathe life into; to stimulate; to encourage someone; to give someone a pep talk

寝技;寝業

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Japanese newaza / ねわざ Japanese (1) (in wrestling or judo) pinning technique; (2) underhanded dealings

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Information about this dictionary:

Apparently, we were the first ones who were crazy enough to think that western people might want a combined Chinese, Japanese, and Buddhist dictionary.

A lot of westerners can't tell the difference between Chinese and Japanese - and there is a reason for that. Chinese characters and even whole words were borrowed by Japan from the Chinese language in the 5th century. Much of the time, if a word or character is used in both languages, it will have the same or a similar meaning. However, this is not always true. Language evolves, and meanings independently change in each language.

Example: The Chinese character 湯 for soup (hot water) has come to mean bath (hot water) in Japanese. They have the same root meaning of "hot water", but a 湯屋 sign on a bathhouse in Japan would lead a Chinese person to think it was a "soup house" or a place to get a bowl of soup. See this: Soup or Bath

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Chinese Buddhist terms come from Dictionary of Chinese Buddhist Terms by William Edward Soothill and Lewis Hodous. This is commonly referred to as "Soothill's'". It was first published in 1937 (and is now off copyright so we can use it here). Some of these definitions may be misleading, incomplete, or dated, but 95% of it is good information. Every professor who teaches Buddhism or Eastern Religion has a copy of this on their bookshelf. We incorporated these 16,850 entries into our dictionary database ourselves (it was lot of work).



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