Judo Terminology

Judo throughout the world is generally practiced using the original Japanese names for techniques, tournament referee signals, practice methods, forms of etiquette, and other terms.
Japanese Judo Terminology
 
Japanese Judo Terminology

Dojo - Judo Hall
Hidari - Left
Migi - Right
Judo - Gentle Way
Judogi - Judo suit
Judoka - One who practices Judo
Ne Waza - Ground Work
Osae komi - Hold down
Professor Jigoro Kano - Founer of Judo in 1882, Tokyo, Japan
Randori - Free practice (Fight)
Rei - Bow
Sensei - Teacher
Tatami - Judo mats
Tori - The thrower
Uke - The defender
Uchi komi - Repetitive exercises
Ukemi - Breakfalls
Hajime - Begin
Ippon - 100 point win
Matte - Stop
Shido - Penalty in contest (0.5 point win)
Sono mama - Do not move, stay as you are
Toketa - Hold broken
Waza ari - 10 point score &/or win
Waza ari-awasete-ippon - two waza ari's equals an ippon
Yoshi - Unfreeze or continue
Yuko - 1 point score &/or win