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Edo
(Japanese) Ancient japanese word used for the name of the city Tky during the Tokugawa period (1615-1868). Edo means "Mouth of river" and was a small fisherman's village for a long time.
  
Eishin Ryu
The original style of iaijutsu that embraces numerous kata and is combat oriented.
  
Eku
"Oar." A weapon developed by Okinawan farmers. Today it is a training weapon common to Okinawan karate.
  
Embujo
A place of exhibition or athletic performances where martial arts events are often staged.
  
Empi
Elbow (also Enpi)
  
Encho
"Continuation" or "extension." The overtime period of a match.
  
Encho-Sen
An extension of play to determine the winner of a tied match. (Karate)
  
Enpi
Name of a karate kata
  
Enpi no Kata
Kata with elbow techniques
  
Enpi Uchi
Elbow strike
  
Enpi Uke
Elbow block
  
Enteki
The art of long-distance archery.
  
Eri
Lapel.
  
Eri Katsu
The lapel method of resuscitation used in judo.
  
Esquiva
A Spanish word meaning escape, defend, repel, get away, move out of the way, etc. It is also used in Spanish poetry, literature and prose, to indicate a demeanor of shyness or elusiveness.
  
Estocador
A practitioner of eskrima.
  
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