DOJO Doe Joe Hall or room in which judo is practised.
HAJIME Ha Jim Ee Start, referee's call to commence a contest.
HANSOKU MAKE Han Sock U Mack Ee Disqualification
IPPON Ipon One point (score value of ten points).
JUDO Ju Doe Gentle Way or Supple Way JUDOGI Ju Doe Gi The clothes worn when practising of competing at judo.
JUDOKA Ju Doe Ka A person who practise judo.
MATTE Ma Tay Stop, referee's call to stop a contest.
OSAEKOMI O Sa Ko Me Holding, referees call signalling to the timekeeper that a hold is effective.
RANDORI Ran Dor Ee Free practice.
REI Ray Bow.
SENSEI Sen Say Teacher, senior.
SHIDO She Doe penalty
SONOMAMA Son O Mam A Freeze, do not move.
UCHIKOMI Ooh Chi Comb Ee A repetitive exercise where the throwing technique is practised.
UKEMI U Kem Ee The 'breakfall'.
UKE U Key The name used often in technical explanations for the person who is thrown in demonstration.
WAZA-ARI Wah Zar Ee A score, almost an ippon (score value of 7 points).
WARA-ARI AWASETE IPPON Wah Zar Ee Ah Was Ett Ee Ipon Ippon achieved by having scored two WAZA-ARIS.
YUKO You Ko A score, almost waza-ari (score value of 5 points).
ZAREI Zah Ray Kneeling bow.
What are the three parts of a Judo throw: Balance - Kuzushi Entry - Tsukuri Execution - Kake
Ashi Foot, leg
Ashi waza Foot techniques
Atemi Waza Striking techniques
Dan Black belt rank
Hiki wake No decision--tie or draw
juji jimi Cross Strangle
Koshi Waza Hip techniques
Kumikata Gripping methods
Kuzushi Unbalancing the opponent
Kye Student rank
Nage Waza Throwing techniques
Ne waza Techniques on the ground
Obi Judo belt
Osaekomi Waza Pinning techniques
Osaekomi Toketa Escape, stop timing of hold
Tachi Waza Standing techniques
Tori Attacker or person initiating a technique
Uchikomi Repeated practice without completion
Uke Person receiving the technique
Ukemi Breakfall techniques
Zenpo Kaiten Ukemi Forward rolling break fall
1 - Ichi
2 - Ni
3 - San
4 - Shi
5 - Go
6 - Roku
7 - Shichi
8 - Hachi
9 - Ku
10 - Ju