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Japan kikkubokushingu

This is the Japanese Katakana word for kickboxing. This is a transliteration or borrowed word, meaning that it's meant to sound like "kick-boxing," rather than being an organic Japanese Kanji word that means "kick-boxing."

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China tī quán

踢拳 is kickboxing in Chinese.

The first character means "kick," and the second means "fist" hence "boxing."


Japan sobatto

ソバット is the Japanese Katakana for the French word, Savate, meaning "kick-fighting," or "French boxing."

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Mandarin quán / quan2
Taiwan ch`üan / chüan
Japanese kobushi こぶし
 ken けん
Chinese fist; boxing
Japanese fist; (See じゃん拳) hand game (e.g. rock, paper, scissors); (male given name) Tsuyoshi; (male given name) Tsutomu; (given name) Ken
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Mandarin quán jī / quan2 ji1
Taiwan ch`üan chi / chüan chi
Chinese boxing
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Mandarin quán fǎ / quan2 fa3
Taiwan ch`üan fa / chüan fa
Japanese kenpou / kenpo けんぽう
Chinese boxing; fighting technique
Japanese Chinese art of self-defence (defense)
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Kenpo / Kempo / Quan Fa / Chuan Fa


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Japanese kentou / kento けんとう
Japanese prizefighting; boxing
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Mandarin tán tuǐ / tan2 tui3
Taiwan t`an t`ui / tan tui
Chinese Tantui, a northern school of martial arts boxing
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Japanese suiken すいけん
Japanese {MA} Drunken Fist; Drunken Boxing
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Drunken Fist


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Mandarin bā guà zhǎng / ba1 gua4 zhang3
Taiwan pa kua chang
Japanese hakkeshou / hakkesho はっけしょう
Chinese baguazhang (a form of Chinese boxing)
Japanese {MA} eight trigrams palm; Ba Gua Zhang or Pa Kua Chang
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Ba Gua Zhang


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Japanese sobatto ソバット
Japanese kick-fighting (fre: savate); French boxing
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Japanese bureiku / bureku ブレイク
Japanese (noun/participle) (1) break (rest); (2) (sports) break (tennis, boxing, snooker, etc.); (3) suddenly becoming popular; becoming a hit; (personal name) Blake
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Japanese muetai ムエタイ
Japanese {MA} Muay Thai (tha:); Thai boxing
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Muay Thai


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Japanese kikkubokushingu キックボクシング
Japanese kickboxing; kick-boxing
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Mandarin liào / liao4
Taiwan liao
Chinese to give a backward kick (e.g. of a horse)

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Mandarin tái / tai2
Taiwan t`ai / tai
Chinese to trample, to kick

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Mandarin/ ti1
Taiwan t`i / ti
Japanese teki
Chinese to kick; to play (e.g. soccer)
To kick.

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Mandarin/ di4
Taiwan ti
Chinese to kick; to tread on

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Mandarin chuài / chuai4
Taiwan ch`uai / chuai
Japanese sen
Chinese to kick; to trample; to tread on
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

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Mandarin/ cu4
Taiwan ts`u / tsu
Chinese carefully; to kick; to tread on; to stamp

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Mandarin juě // jué / jue3 // jue2
Taiwan chüeh
Chinese see 尥蹶子[liao4 jue3 zi5]; to stumble; to trample; to kick (of horse)

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Japanese agezoko あげぞこ
 agesoko あげそこ
Japanese (1) false bottom; fake bottom; raised bottom; platform (shoes); kick (of a bottle); (2) exaggeration; overstatement

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Mandarin zhǔ fá / zhu3 fa2
Taiwan chu fa
Chinese penalty (kick)

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Japanese taigi たいぎ
Japanese boxing and jujitsu

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Mandarin dào gōu / dao4 gou1
Taiwan tao kou
Chinese barb; bicycle kick, or overhead kick (football)

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Japanese senshuu / senshu せんしゅう
Japanese the kick-off

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Mandarin gōu quán / gou1 quan2
Taiwan kou ch`üan / kou chüan
Chinese hook (punch in boxing)

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Mandarin bó xīng / bo2 xing1
Taiwan po hsing
Japanese hirooki ひろおき
Chinese Boxing county in Binzhou 濱州|滨州[Bin1 zhou1], Shandong
Japanese (given name) Hirooki

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Mandarin fǎn dòng / fan3 dong4
Taiwan fan tung
Japanese handou / hando はんどう
Chinese reaction; reactionary
Japanese reaction; recoil; kick; backlash

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Mandarin kǒu jì / kou3 ji4
Taiwan k`ou chi / kou chi
Chinese beat boxing; vocal mimicry; ventriloquism

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Mandarin huí hé / hui2 he2
Taiwan hui ho
Chinese one of a sequence of contests (or subdivisions of a contest) between the same two opponents; round (boxing etc); rally (tennis etc); frame (billiards etc); inning; (tennis, soccer etc) rubber or leg; round (of negotiations)

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Japanese kaisen かいせん
Japanese (counter) (1) counter for numbering the rounds in a tournament; (suffix noun) (2) fight with ... rounds (e.g. boxing)

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Mandarin dà jiǎo / da4 jiao3
Taiwan ta chiao
Chinese naturally-formed feet (as opposed to bound feet 小腳|小脚[xiao3 jiao3]); long kick (soccer); Bigfoot (mythological animal)

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Title CharactersRomaji(Romanized Japanese)Various forms of Romanized Chinese
Kick-Boxing踢拳tī quán / ti1 quan2 / ti quan / tiquant`i ch`üan / tichüan / ti chüan
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