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Ashi Gatame
   is translated into English as   
Leg Arm Lock
Formally known as Ude Hishigi Ashi Gatame
Ashi Guruma
   is translated into English as   
Leg Wheel
De Ashi Barai
   is translated into English as   
Advancing Ankle Sweep
Deashi Harai
   is translated into English as   
Forward Foot Sweep
Gyaku Juji Jime
   is translated into English as   
Reverse Cross Strangle
Hadaka Jime
   is translated into English as   
Naked Strangle
It's called "naked" because you don't need to grab the jacket. Nothing kinky. Honest.
Hane Goshi
   is translated into English as   
Spring Hip Throw
That's "spring" as in "boing". It's not a seasonal throw.
Hane Makikomi
   is translated into English as   
Spring Wrap-around Throw
Your opponent hits the floor and you land on top of them. Ouch.
Harai Goshi
   is translated into English as   
Sweeping Hip Throw
Harai Tsurikomi Ashi
   is translated into English as   
Lifting Pulling Foot Sweep
Hara Gatame
   is translated into English as   
Stomach Arm Lock
Formally known as Ude Hishigi Hara Gatame
Hiza Gatame
   is translated into English as   
Knee Arm Lock
Formally known as Ude Hishigi Hiza Gatame
Hiza Guruma
   is translated into English as   
Knee Wheel
Ippon Seoinage
   is translated into English as   
One Arm Shoulder Throw
Juji Gatame
   is translated into English as   
Upper Cross Arm Lock
Formally known as Ude Hishigi Juji Gatame
Kami Shiho Gatame
   is translated into English as   
Upper Four Quarter Hold
Kata Gatame
   is translated into English as   
Shoulder Hold
Kata Guruma
   is translated into English as   
Shoulder Wheel
The opponent is lifted onto your shoulders and thrown. It's a long way down...
Kata Ha Jime
   is translated into English as   
Single Wing Choke
Kata Juji Jime
   is translated into English as   
Half Cross Strangle
Kata Te Jime
   is translated into English as   
Single Hand Choke
Kesa Gatame
   is translated into English as   
Scarf Hold
Koshi Guruma
   is translated into English as   
Hip Wheel
Ko Soto Gake
   is translated into English as   
Minor Outer Hook
Ko Soto Gari
   is translated into English as   
Minor Outer Reap
Ko Uchi Gari
   is translated into English as   
Minor Inner Reap
Kuzure Kami Shiho Gatame
   is translated into English as   
Broken Upper Four Quarter Hold
Kuzure Kesa Gatame
   is translated into English as   
Broken Scarf Hold
Morote Seoinage
   is translated into English as   
Two Arm Shoulder Throw
Nami Juji Jime
   is translated into English as   
Normal Cross Strangle
Obi Otoshi
   is translated into English as   
Belt Drop
You grab their belt, lift them and drop them. The clue was in the name really.
O Goshi
   is translated into English as   
Major Hip Throw
O Guruma
   is translated into English as   
Major Wheel
Okuriashi Harai
   is translated into English as   
Following Foot Sweep
Okuri Eri Jime
   is translated into English as   
Sliding Collar Choke
O Soto Gari
   is translated into English as   
Major Outer Reap
O Soto Guruma
   is translated into English as   
Major Outer Wheel
O Soto Otoshi
   is translated into English as   
Major Outer Drop
O Uchi Gari
   is translated into English as   
Major Inner Reap
Ryo Te Jime
   is translated into English as   
Two Hand Choke
Sankaku Jime
   is translated into English as   
Triangle Choke
Strangles your opponent using your legs.
Sasae Tsurikomi Ashi
   is translated into English as   
Lifting Pulling Ankle Block
Seoi Otoshi
   is translated into English as   
Shoulder Drop
Sode Guruma Jime
   is translated into English as   
Sleeve Wheel Choke
Soto Makikomi
   is translated into English as   
Outer Wrap-around
Sukui Nage
   is translated into English as   
Scoop Throw
Sumi Gaeshi
   is translated into English as   
Corner Reversal
A sacrifice throw similar to Tomoe Nage but using the leg to flick your opponent over.
Sumi Otoshi
   is translated into English as   
Corner Drop
Tai Otoshi
   is translated into English as   
Body Drop
Tani Otoshi
   is translated into English as   
Valley Drop
A very, very heavy throw.
Tate Shiho Gatame
   is translated into English as   
Horizontal Four Quarter Hold
Te Gatame
   is translated into English as   
Hand Arm Lock
Formally known as Ude Hishigi Te Gatame
Tomoe Nage
   is translated into English as   
Circle Throw
A classic sacrifice throw most people would recognise.
Tsukkomi Jime
   is translated into English as   
Thrust Choke
Tsuri Goshi
   is translated into English as   
Lifting Hip
Tsurikomi Goshi
   is translated into English as   
Lifting Pulling Hip
Uchi Mata
   is translated into English as   
Inner Thigh Throw
Ude Garami
   is translated into English as   
Bent Arm Lock
Formally known as Ude Hishigi Ude Garami
Ude Gatame
   is translated into English as   
Straight Arm Lock
Formally known as Ude Hishigi Ude Gatame
Uki Goshi
   is translated into English as   
Floating Hip
Uki Otoshi
   is translated into English as   
Floating Drop
Uki Waza
   is translated into English as   
Floating Technique
A sacrifice throw
Ura Nage
   is translated into English as   
Rear Throw
A bit like a wrestling suplex move.
Ushiro Goshi
   is translated into English as   
Rear Hip Throw
Generally used as a counter throw when your opponent tries a hip throw.
Utsuri Goshi
   is translated into English as   
Changing Hip Throw
Looks like a cross between judo and jive dancing.
Waki Gatame
   is translated into English as   
Side Arm Lock
Formally known as Ude Hishigi Waki Gatame. Also called the Armpit Arm Lock.
Yama Arashi
   is translated into English as   
Mountain Storm
Dramatic name for a dramatic throw.
Yoko Gake
   is translated into English as   
Side Hook
A particularly heavy sacrifice throw.
Yoko Guruma
   is translated into English as   
Side Wheel
A sacrifice throw
Yoko Otoshi
   is translated into English as   
Side Drop
Yoko Shiho Gatame
   is translated into English as   
Side Four Quarter Hold
Yoko Wakare
   is translated into English as   
Side Separation
Sounds like surgery but it's a sacrifice throw


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