Tuttle Dictionary Martial Arts Korea, China & Japan
Featuring translations of terms from Korean, Chinese and Japanese this dictionary is a must have for any serious martial arts practitioner.
The modern martial artist requires more than a mere vocabulary listing. The modern practitioner wants an in–depth exploration not only of the equivalency of meaning but also the cultural and historical background of the terms relevant to the martial arts. To answer that need, this dictionary includes:
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Acupressure Aikido attack Baahk Hok Baat baguazhang black belt blade block broadsword chagi Chat Sing Tohng chigi Chinese martial arts Choy Leih Faht Common Usage Competitive Budo Crane Daaih dachi ddwieo dynasty elbow Fist foot founder Goju-ryu gong gung Gwan hand form Hapkido Hok Kyuhn Hong Jia Huhng hyeong Iaido Japanese jing Ju-jutsu Judo Karate kata practiced ken-jutsu Kendo kick kiuh Kobudo Korean Kuk Sool Kyudo Kyuhn Luhk luhng makgi Medicine movement Muhn Muso Shinden-ryu Naginata Nin-jutsu ninja northern style Okinawan opponent opponent's palm point located prominent master punch Quan rikishi Saam seogi seung Shaolin shinai Shinto Shorin-ryu Shorinji Kempo Shuri-te Sing Tohng Lohng sparring spear Ssi Rum staff stance strike student Sumo sumo beya located Tae Kyon Taekwondo Taijiquan Tang Soo technique throw Tiger tsuki uchi waza weapons form Wihng Cheun Wohng Xingyiquan yeop Yihng