Wednesday, November 4, 2015

Hogen Terminology


Hogen Terminology-Kuda Yuichi, Kaicho, Matsumura Kenpo

 
 
Iji nu unjirawa ti hiki-When you are angry, never use ti (karate).

Ti nu unjirawa iji hiki-If you use ti (karate), never be angry.

 

kun- techniques

 

giri- kick

uki- block

chikei- punch

uchidi- hammerfist

chichidi- straight punch

nuuchidi- nukite

ura tijikun- backfist

uradi- back hand strike (fingers extended)

chibu- pressure point

chibudi- pressure point hand

usuidi- press hand block

iibi zaachi giri- front kick using toes

 

kushi- back  (kushi giri)

mee- front

yuku- side

wri- high (wri uki)

shicha-down

huka- outside (as in soto uke)

 

 

Anatomy

 

nni- body

chira- face

mebichei- forehead

kakuji- jaw

mii- eye

mimi- ear

hana- nose

tinukubi- wrist

chinshi- knee

hisa kubi- ankle

nudi- sternal notch

Iibi- finger or toe

kubi- neck

chiburu- head

hisa- leg

 


 

 

Commands

 

guri- bow (accent on the i)

lensusei- practice

nahing- more (nahing lensusei- more practice)

nafeen- little less

kutang- little

uhoku- alot

uhusan- too much

ikirasan- not enough

naikai/ nachukenn- one more time

natakenn- 2 more times

namikenn- 3 more

hamati lensusei- many times

nna narabei- everyone line up

nna irei- everybody sit

tamarei- stop

hajimirei- start

nijidi pisa- feet together

hisa keirei- switch feet

yukurei- break (take a break)

namaa- now (namaa yukurei)

nijiri­- right

hizai- left

nkarei- face each other

migurei- turn around

nijiri kai nkarei- turn to the right

hizai kai nkarei- turn to the left

 

General

 

tijikun bushi- warrior with a strong punch

kiri bushi- warrior with a strong kick

tubi bushi- warrior with a strong jump

damai bushi- quiet warrior (strong)

kuchi bushi- mouth warrior (talks too much) also yakuichi

debushi- strong warrior (general)

tusan- far away

chikasan- close

shinshi- sensei (teacher)

karati- karate

hagi- bald (hagi cibura- bald head)

ikiga- man

inagu- woman

waraba- child

warabata- children

aga- ouch (also yamuun)

yukumisorei- good night

ukimisorei- good morning

ukiti- morning (also chokan)

yukan- afternoon

yuru- night

hiru- daytime

ninzun- sleep

mjimensorei- come back (formal)

mjikua- come back (less formal)

mjimensochii- go away (formal)

mjichi- go away (less formal)

ya- house

iyu- fish

saki- sake

ushi- beef/cow

uwa- pig

mma- horse

tui- chicken

ninjin- people

tchui- 1 person

tai- 2 people

michai- 3 people

yutai- 4 people

guni- 5

rukuni- 6

nanani- 7

hachini- 8

kuni- 9

juni- 10 people

nifedeburu- thank you

nifedo- thanks

gurisabitan- I'm sorry (also uasayabindo)

guburisabita- excuse me (can say burisabita)

kuru- black

shiru- white

quachisabira (pronounced "la")- before eating thanks

quachisabitan- after eating

woné namaa yaasando- now I’m hungry

woné namaa yaashikonei- I’m not hungry

ipe yaasan- I’m very hungry

wone yaasan- I’m a little hungry

ipé- too much

ipe yesan- too cheap (a bargain)

wone ipe shicondo- I like you (alot, love)

wone iaya shiconsa- I don’t like you

wone arei shiconsa- I don’t like him

woneshimuun- no thanks

woneshimundo-no thanks

wone shimabiin- no thank you (formal)

arei- him

nna abilankei- everyone be quiet

nnadamatokei- everyone shut up

damate- shut up

namaa nna damatokei- now everyone shut up

namaanjani kadikuya- now we go eat

njani- go

asaban- lunch

yuuban- dinner

iaya asabano kadi- have you eaten lunch?

wone kadando- I’m finished

wone nadado- I’m not finished

munokadi- have you finished eating?

unige sabila- please help (same as onegashimas)

unigeya- please help (informal)

makai ichuga- where are you all going?

iaya makaiichuga- where are you going?

yagati- pretty soon

yagati ichundo- pretty soon go eat

kohi- coffee

arei yagati chundo- he’s coming pretty soon

ichundo- go away

iaya nahing kamumi- do you want more to eat?

wone namaan yasasa- now I’m still hungry

chuya lensuya usaya- today I finish practice

kure- this

chuya usaya- today finish

chuya- today

aacha- tomorrow

chuya mata achaya- again tomorrow

aacha lensuya- tomorrow finish practice

aachai yanaransa- tomorrow cannot practice

aachai nayundo- can practice tomorrow

aachai naransa- no can do

nayundo- can do

arei joge aransa- he’s not very good

jogedo- good

jotudo- good things

masando- taste

makone- no good

arei eecho aransa- he’s no good (inside)

arei eecha arando- he’s no good (inside)

arei eechudo- he’s a good guy

icha- drunk

arei icha- he’s drunk

wone itondo- I’m drunk

mee ankai gurisei- bow to front

shinshi nkai nkati gurisei- bow to sensei

tagenni nkati gurisei- bow to everyone

ya- ok

e (i)- yes (old to young or same age)

u- yes (young to old)

beru- no

iying- not

naibiransa-too old

namaa wakaindo- now I understand

namaa wakatouundo- now I understand

wone wakaran- I do not understand

wone wakarando- I do not understand

nubushito- mixed up

nubushitona-are you mixed up?

wone utaton- I’m tired

utatonmi-tired? (asking)

utatonna- tired?

iying utatoneran- not tired

chunulensuya jotu- good practice today

chunulensuusaya- today I finish practice

mata achaya- see you tomorrow

ichundo- go away

ikando- no can go

kakutosa- thirsty

shinshi n’kai n’kati lei- face the sensei and bow

mee n’kai n’kati lei (or gurise)- face the front and bow

hai usa- finish

 

©John R. Stebbins, 2000.

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