TRAINING TERMINOLOGY

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ashiko

Ashi sabaki

 

Bajutsu

Bisento

Bojutsu

Bokuto

Bugei

Bugeikuden

Bugeisha

Bugo

Bujutsu

Buki

Buyu

 

Chi

Chimonjutsu

Chugi

 

Dojo

 

Fu

 

Go

GoDai

Gojo

Gowaza

Goyoku

Gyaku

 

Hakama

Hanbo

Ichi

 

Jiki Deshi

Jime

Ju

Juji aruki

Jutte

Juwaza

 

Ka

Kabuto

Kage aruki jutsu

Kaitenwaza

Kamae

Kamayari

Kami

Kata

Katana

Kenjutsu

Ki

Kiai

Kikakuken

Kihon Happo

Koppowaza

Koshiwaza

Ku

Kunoichi

Kusari fundo

Kusarigama

Kusarijutsu

Kyusho

 

Makimono

Makiwara

Metsubishi

 

Nagewaza

Naginata

Ni

Nin

 

Obi

Ori

Otoshi

O-yubi

 

Randori

Roku

Ryu

 

San

Sanchin no kata

Saya

Sensei

Shako uchi

Shiho giri

Shimei

Shinken

Shinken gata

Shinobi no jutsu

Shizen no kamae

Shoden

Shoshinsha

Shoten noborijutsu

Sojutsu

Sui

 

Taijutsu

Tai sabaki

Tanto

Tengu

Tenmonjutsu

Tetsubishi

Tobi

Tori

Tsuba

 

Uke

Ukenagashi

Wakizashi

Waza

Yamabushi

 

Yumi

Ya

 

Foot claws

 Foot work

 

Horsemanship

 Wide bladed halberd

 Stick fighting art

 Wooden sword

 Martial skills

 Hall of martial virtues

 Practitioner of the martial arts

 Martial name

 Warrior arts

 Weapon

 Martial friend

 

 Earth

 The study of the earth

 Loyalty

 

Training hall

 

Wind

 

Five

 Five primary elements

 The five feelings of vanity, anger, soft-heartedness, laziness and  cowardice

 Hard fighting techniques

 The five desires of pride, hunger, sex, pleasure and greed

 Reverse

 

Japanese split skirt

 Three foot staff

 One

 

Direct disciple

 To constrict

 Ten

 Cross walking

 Iron truncheon

 Soft fighting techniques

 

Fire

 Armored helmet

 The art of silent walking

 Rolling techniques

 Posture

 Hook bladed spear

 deity

 Prearranged form

 Samurai long sword

 Sword fencing art

 Internal energy

 Focused internal energy 

Head strike

 Eight basic techniques

Bone breaking techniques

 Muscle attack techniques

  Etheral

  Female ninja weapons

 Short weighted chain

 Sickle and weighted chain

 Chain fighting art

 Vital points

 

Scroll

 Striking board

 Blinding powder

 

Throwing technique

 Curve bladed halberd

 Two

 Perseverance/Endurance

 

Belt, sash

 To break

 Dropping

 Thumb

 

Free sparring

 Six

 school

  

Three

 5 basic katas

  Sword scabbard

 Teacher

 claw hand strike

 Four directional cuts

 Mission, assignment

 Live blade

 Live blade technique

 Ancient term for Ninjutsu

Natural body posture

 Beginning level

 Initiate White belt

 method of climbing

Spear fighting art

 Water

 

Unarmed self– protection art

 Body movement

 Dagger or knife

 Crow demon

 The study of meteorology

 Spiked caltrops

 Leap

 Defender during technique

 Sword guard

 

Attacker during a technique

 To parry

 Samurai short sword

 Technique

 Mountain recluse

 

Bow

 Arrow, projectile