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Korean Martial Art
China jī qì dào

擊氣道 is the title of the Kyuki-Do form of Korean martial arts.

In Korean Hangul, it's 격기도.

While "Kyuki-Do" is the most common romanized form of this title, the official Korean romanization is actually "Gyeog Gi Do" or "Gyeoggi-Do."

The first character means to hit, strike, attack, rout, or break.
The second means "life energy" or "atmosphere."
The last means "the way" or "method."

FYI: The last two characters are the same as the last two in the titles Hapkido and Aikido.

I have included Mandarin Chinese pronunciation above, however, this term would only be known by Chinese people familiar with this style of martial arts. Consider this to be a Korean-only title.

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Japanese hisagi ひさぎ
 hisaki ひさき
 kunogi くのぎ
 kugi くぎ
 kukizaki くきざき
 kuki くき
 kyuuki / kyuki きゅうき
Japanese (archaism) unknown plant species (perhaps Catalpa ovata or Mallotus japonicus); (place-name, surname) Hisagi; (surname) Hisaki; (surname) Kunogi; (surname) Kugi; (surname) Kukizaki; (place-name, surname) Kuki; (surname) Kyuuki

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Mandarin jiǔ guǐ / jiu3 gui3
Taiwan chiu kuei
Japanese kuki くき
 kuoni くおに
 kyuuki / kyuki きゅうき
Japanese (place-name, surname) Kuki; (surname) Kuoni; (surname) Kyuuki
The nine classes of ghosts are of three kinds: without means, small means, rich. The first group have 炬口 burning torch-like mouths, or 鍼口 narrow needle mouths, or 臭口 stinking mouths; the second group have hair like needles, or stinking hair, or tumours; the rich ghosts haunt sacrifices to the dead, or eat human leavings, or live truculently; nine kinds of ghosts

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Japanese kyuuki / kyuki きゅうき
Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) (1) (ant: 呼気) inhalation; (2) (ant: 排気) intake (e.g. of air)

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Japanese kyuuki / kyuki きゅうき
Japanese old regulations

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Japanese kyuuki / kyuki きゅうき
Japanese old chronicle; old record

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Mandarin xiǔ mù / xiu3 mu4
Taiwan hsiu mu
Japanese kutsugi くつぎ
 kutsuki くつき
 kuchigi くちぎ
 kuchiki くちき
 kutagi くたぎ
 kugi くぎ
 kuki くき
 gyouboku / gyoboku ぎょうぼく
 kyuuboku / kyuboku きゅうぼく
 kyuugi / kyugi きゅうぎ
 kyuuki / kyuki きゅうき
Chinese rotten wood
Japanese (1) decayed tree; rotted tree; decayed wood; rotten wood; (2) obscure, meaningless life (metaphor); (place-name, surname) Kutsugi; (place-name, surname) Kutsuki; (surname) Kuchigi; (surname) Kuchiki; (surname) Kutagi; (surname) Kugi; (surname) Kuki; (surname) Gyouboku; (surname, given name) Kyuuboku; (surname) Kyuugi; (surname) Kyuuki

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Japanese kyuuki / kyuki きゅうき
Japanese air supply; aeration

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Mandarin xī qì guǐ / xi1 qi4 gui3
Taiwan hsi ch`i kuei / hsi chi kuei
Japanese kyūki ki
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

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Mandarin xī qì ā xū lún / xi1 qi4 a1 xu1 lun2
Taiwan hsi ch`i a hsü lun / hsi chi a hsü lun
Japanese Kyūki ashurin
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jī qì dào
ji1 qi4 dao4
ji qi dao
chi ch`i tao
chi chi tao
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