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Term Kanji Classification Meaning
Kaiseki 解析 Japanese Analysis
Kake Geri 掛け蹴り Japanese Hook Kick
Kakie Uke 掛け受け Japanese Hooking Block
Kakuto Geri 踵蹴り Japanese Heel Kick (Mule Kick)
Kama Buki Sickle
Kamae 構え Japanese Posture / Pose
Kame Japanese Turtle/Tortoise
Kanejo 鐘棒 Buki Jo with flared ends - aka Ryukyu Jo
Kappa 河童 Mythology Humanoid type creature that lives in water
Karana 唐名 Uchinaguchi Chinese style name
Karasu Tengu 烏天狗 Mythology Tengu that resembles a crow (lesser tengu)
Karate 空手 Japanese Empty Hand
Kasshoku 褐色 Japanese Color: Brown
Kata 型 / 形 Japanese Form / Pattern
Kata Ate 肩当て Japanese Shoulder Strike
Katame Waza 固技 Japanese Grappling Techniques
Kawasu Uke 交す受け Japanese Parry Block
Keito Uke 鶏頭受け Japanese Top of the hand block
Kenkō 健康 Japanese Health / Healthiness / Good-health
Keri Waza 蹴り技 Japanese Kicking Techniques
Ki Japanese Life force, vital force, energy, spirit
Ki Japanese Color: Yellow
Kiba Dachi 騎馬立ち Japanese Horse Riding Stance
Kijimuna キジムナー Mythology Okinawan tree spirit, lives in banyan trees
Kiko 気功 Japanese Breathing Exercises
Kin Geri 金蹴り Japanese Groin Kick with top of foot (Gold Kick)
Kisami Tsuki 刻み突き Japanese Jab Punch
Kocho Geri 蝴蝶蹴り Japanese Butterfly kick (Splits in the air)
Kocho Soto 蝴蝶雙刀 Buki Chinese: Butterfly Swords
Kogan Geri 睾丸蹴り Japanese Shin to the Groin
Kohai 後輩 Japanese One's Junior (in a subject or life)
Kojoryu 湖城流 Japanese Kojo Family Style - Founded by Kojo Kafu
Koken Uke 弧拳受け Japanese Wrist Block
Kokuja No Kamae 黒蛇の構え Japanese Black Snake Posture
Kokusai Budoin 国際武道院 Organization International Martial Arts Federation
Konpeki 紺碧 Japanese Color: Azure Blue
Kosa Dachi 交叉立ち Japanese Crossed Stance (Crossover Stance)
Koshi Ate 腰当て Japanese Body Bump (Body Strike)
Kume Sanjūrokusei 久米三十六姓 Uchinaguchi The 36 Chinese families of Kume
Kumite 組手 Japanese Meeting Hands / Sparring
Kuninda 久米村 Uchinaguchi Kume Village - Chinese settlement in Okinawa
Kunren 訓練 Japanese Training Drills/Exercises
Kusanku 公相君 Kata Kata named for an official who shipwrecked on Okinawa
Kuwa Buki Garden Hoe
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