Uke

1. Block, blocking
2. The person receiving the technique/strike.

Pronounced: oo-keh

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  • Age Uke: Rising block. Always performed at Jodan level. It may be prepared with...
  • Ashibo Kake Uke: Leg hooking block. The leg is raised to the side and swung outwards in...
  • Ashikubi Kake Uke: Ankle Hooking Block. Can be used to block a Mae Geri (front kick).
  • Awase Uke: 1. Open handed augmented side block. 2. A general term for all...
  • Chudan Ude Uke: Middle Level Outer Forearm Block. + Redirect to Uchi Uke - Redirect...
  • Chudan Uke: Middle level block, a general term for middle level blocks....
  • Chuge Uke: Double block - a combined Gedan Barai Uke and Uchi Uke. Sometimes...
  • De Ashi Osae Uke: Advanced pinning of the foot/leg. Quite simply, standing on their foot...
  • Deai Osae Uke: Smothering Block, done as one moves forward. Same as Osae Uke, but as...
  • Empi Uke: Elbow Block. A general term for the blocks using the elbow.
  • Fumikomi Age Uke: Stepping in upper block. The technique is Age Uke, but Fumikomi...
  • Fumikomi Shuto Uke: Stepping in knife hand block. The technique is Shuto Uke, but Fumikomi...
  • Fumikomi Ude Uke: Stepping in forearm block.
  • Gedan Barai Uke: Lower Level Sweeping Block. Also referred to as groin block. It is...
  • Gedan Keri Uke: Lower level kick block.
  • Gedan Uke: Lower level block.
  • Haishu Uke: Back of the (Open) Hand Block.
  • Haito Uke: Ridge Hand Block.
  • Haiwan Nagashi Uke: The combination of Haiwan Uke (back of forearm block) and Nagashi Uke...
  • Haiwan Uke: Back of the forearm block. Opening move in Heian Nidan, combined with...
  • Hangetsu Barai Uke: Sweeping Half Moon Foot Block. It follows a half-moon path along the...
  • Hazushi Uke: Evading, dodging or removing block. It generally refers to evading...
  • Hiji Uke: + Redirect to Empi Uke - Redirect to Empi Uke Elbow Block. A...
  • Hineri Uke: Twisting block.
  • Hiza Uke: Knee Block.
  • Jodan Uke: Upper level block. A generic term for blocks to the face/head area....
  • Juji Uke: Cross (or X-) block. When performed at Gedan level the hands and...
  • Kake Shuto Uke: Hooking knife hand block.
  • Kake Uke: Hooking block. This is also a common abbreviation for Tekubi Kake Uke....
  • Kakiwake Uke: Reverse wedge block. A two-handed block using the outside of the...
  • Kakuto Uke: Bent wrist block, or crane head block. It uses the back of the wrist...
  • Katate Uke: One hand or single hand block.
  • Keito Uke: Chicken head block.
  • Ko Uke: + Redirect to Kakuto Uke - Redirect to Kakuto Uke Bent wrist block,...
  • Mae Uke: Front block.
  • Manji Uke: Double block combining a Gedan Barai Uke (lower level sweeping block)...
  • Mikazuki Geri Uke: Crescent kick block.
  • Morote Sukui Uke: Two handed scooping block. In the opening sequence of Seiunchin.
  • Morote Ude Uke: Two Handed (reinforced or augmented) Forearm Block. Is effectively a...
  • Morote Uke: Two Handed (reinforced or augmented) Block. Can refer to a number of...
  • Nagashi Uke: Flowing block, to avoid an attack. Focus on diversion. Similar to Age...
  • Nami Gaeshi Uke: Wave counter block. It is an inside snapping block with the bottom of...
  • Osae Uke: Pressing block. It is a downward open handed pressing technique, as in...
  • Otoshi Uke: Dropping block.
  • Sasae Uke: Supported block, normally referring to a supported forearm block.
  • Seiryuto Uke: Ox-Jaw Block.
  • Shuto Uke: Knife Hand Block. A block using the outside edge of the hand, normally...
  • Sokumen Awase Uke: Side combined block, augmented with the palm of the hand.
  • Sokutei Mawashi Uke: A circular/crescent block using the sole of the foot.
  • Sokutei Osae Uke: Downward pressing block using the bottom of the foot.
  • Sokutei Uke: Block using the bottom of the foot.
  • Sokuto Osae Uke: Foot Edge Pressing Block.
  • Soto Ude Uke: + Redirect to Soto Uke - Redirect to Soto Uke Outside Block....
  • Soto Uke: Outside Block. Normally performed at Chudan level but can also be done...
  • Sukui Te: + Redirect to Sukui Uke - Redirect to Sukui Uke Scooping block....
  • Sukui Uke: Scooping block. Also called Sukui Te (scooping hand).
  • Tate Shuto Uke: Vertical knife hand block. The hand is bent at the wrist, as in kata...
  • Teisho Awase Uke: Palm heel combined block.
  • Teisho Uke: Palm heel block.
  • Tekubi Kake Uke: Bent wrist block. It is a block done by deflecting an attack with the...
  • Tsukami Uke: Grasping block.
  • Tzuki Uke: Punching block. The defender punches the incoming strike to deflect...
  • Uchi Ude Uke: + Redirect to Uchi Uke - Redirect to Uchi Uke Inside Block....
  • Uchi Uke: Inside Block. Normally performed at Chudan level but can also be done...
  • Ude Uke: Forearm block.
  • Uke: 1. Block, blocking 2. The person receiving the technique/strike....
  • Uke No Kata: The Blocking Pattern. A GoSoku_Ryu kata using a embusen similar to...
  • Uke Waza: Blocking Techniques.
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