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  • Bak Gek: sparring
  • Bai Ying: losing body structure or loss of balance
  • Bai Ying Chi Sau: irregular structure in sticky hands
  • Bai Ying Jing Ngau Gurk: to regain lost balance by controlling with a front instep kick
  • Bai Ying Ngoi Au Gurk: to regain lost balance by controlling with an instep kick
  • Bat Jaam Do: eight slash knives; the name of the Wing Chun butterfly knives and the knife form
  • Bat Sin Choi Chi Sau: 8 immortal table sticky hands for demonstrations
  • Bau Ja Geng: whipping or explode energy
  • Bau Ja Lik: explode power
  • Bik Bo: jamming stance in the knife form
  • Bik Ma: chasing stance with the pole
  • Bo Lay Ying: glass technique
  • Bok: shoulder
  • Bong An Chi Sau: blindfolded sticky hands
  • Bong Do: wing arm block with the butterfly knives
  • Bong Family: a family of Wing Chun techniques that contact on the little finger side of the wrist
  • Bong Gurk: outer shin block with the knee turned outward
  • Bong Sau: wing arm block contacting on the wrist area
  • Bue Do: shooting or thrusting with the knives, and also the stance to step forward
  • Bue Gee: shooting fingers
  • Bue Gee Ma: outward circling stance
  • Bue Gwan or Bue Kwan: shooting or thrusting with the pole
  • Bue Jong Sau: centerline thrusting block or strike with the thumb side up contacting on the thumb side of the wrist
  • Bue Ma: shooting forward stance with the pole
  • Bue Sau: shooting fingers block, contacting on the little finger side of the wrist

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  • Chaam: to sink, one of the prinicples of the Siu Lim Tao
  • Chaam Geng: sinking power to duck away from attacks
  • Chaan Bo: go forward and jam stance in the knife form
  • Chaan Do: a upper slash or chop with the butterfly knives
  • Chaan Jeong: to “push out” with the palm; and upper gate palm strike that drills out with the palm
  • Chaap Kuen: low punch
  • Chai Gurk: any kick that stamps down; also a scraping kick contacting with the blade edge of the foot
  • Chai Sut: to stomp downward with the knee
  • Chair Kuen: pulling punch; with Wing Chun basic rotational punch
  • Chan Dai Jeong or Dai Chan Jeong, also Jut Jeong: to “cut in”; a low knife edge palm strike contacting with the little finger side with the palm up
  • Chan Gang: neck chop with the little finger side of the palm down or palm up
  • Chan Jeong: “knife edge” palm strike contacting with the little finger side of palm
  • Cheen Chor Ma or Jing Chor Ma: forward bracing stance
  • Chi: internal energy; sticking
  • Chi Dan Gurk: single sticky legs exercise
  • Chi Do: sticky knives
  • Chi Gok Chi Sau or Ji Gok Chi Sau: light sticky hands
  • Chi Geng: sticking energy
  • Chi Gung: internal energy exercises
  • Chi Gurk: sticky legs exercise
  • Chi Gwan or Chi Kwan: sticky pole exercise
  • Chi Sau: sticky hands exercises; there are many types of chi sau
  • Chi Sau Chi Gurk: sticky hands and legs exercises
  • Chi Seurng Gurk or Chi Gurk: double sticky legs exercises
  • Chi Sun: body sticking
  • Choi Geng: taking over power
  • Choeng Kui Jeong: long bridge palm that drills as the stance turns, contacting with the little finger side of the palm; from the Bue Gee Form
  • Choeng Kiu Lik: long bridge power
  • Chor Ma: “sitting” horse stance, the basic turning stance
  • Chor Do: stomping with the knife handle
  • Chou Gurk: snapping front kick
  • Choung Chi: aggressive energy
  • Chour Kuen or Chour Tau Kuen: hammerfist
  • Chui Ying: facing straight on structure; facing the shadow
  • Chum Bo: cat sinking stance in the knife form
  • Chum Jong: sinking elbow block; immovable elbow line
  • Chum Kiu: searching for the bridge; the name of the second form, sinking the bridge
  • Chum Sun: to evade by sinking the body, ducking
  • Chun Geng: short thrusting power
  • Chun Geng Kuen: one inch punch, a short punch
  • Chung Kuen: straight punch
  • Chung Kiu Lik: long bridge power
  • Churng Wai: stealing the line
  • Churng Wai Chi Sau: stealing the line or regaining the line in chi sau
  • Chuun Lop: moving stance work between the poles in the mui fa jong

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  • Da: a strike or hit
  • Da m’jong: 5 elbow exercises
  1. tai jong: raising elbow               
  2. gwai jong: diagonal downward elbow
  3. wang jong: outward horizontal elbow
  4. pai jong: inward horizontal elbow
  5. sau jong: retracting or rear elbow
  • Daai Jeng: directing energy
  • Dai: low or lower level attack
  • Dai Bong Sau or Dai Pong Sau: low level wing arm block
  • Dai Chan Jeong: low knife edge palm strike
  • Dai Lim Tau: big idea which is built up from the little ideas in the Siu Lim Tao form
  • Dai Gurk: low kick
  1. Dai au gurk: low roundhouse
  2. Dai jing gurk: low front kick
  3. Dai wang gurk: low side kick
  • Dai Jeong or Haa Jeong: low level spade thrust palm strike
  • Dan Chi Sau: single sticky hands exercise
  • Dan Tien: the center of energy in the body located about two inches below the navel in the center of the trunk
  • Dang Gurk: nailing kick
  • Dang Gwan or Dang Kwan: snapping straight down with the pole
  • Day Har Au Gurk: roundhouse kick on the floor
  • Day Har Chi Gurk: sticky legs on the floor
  • Day Har Jing: font kick on the floor
  • Day Har Wang Gurk: side kick on the floor
  • Day Ton Bok Gek: ground fighting
  • Deng or Tai Gurk: raising kick
  • Dim Gwan or Dim Kwan: stabbing pole
  • Dim Ma: stamping on the pole stance to give more energy
  • Ding Sau: bent wrist block or strike contacting with the wrist area
  • Dit Da: injuries such as bruises, sprains and strains
  • Dit Da Jau or Dit Da Jow: herbal liniment for bruises, sprains, and strains
  • Doi Gok Gurk: low diagonal leg block or strike
  • Doi Gok Kuen or Wang Kuen: diagonal punch from outside across the centerline
  • Dok Gurk Siu Lim Tao: single leg form of Siu Lim Tao
  • Do: butterfly knives
  • Do Bo: moving stances with the knives
  • Duun Geng: short inches power

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  • Faan Dan Chi Sau: bouncing sticky hands         
  • Faan sau: continuous lop sau basic attack to break through the opponents structure
  • Faan Kuen: circling punch either inside or outside
  1. Hoi Faan Kuen: outside whip punch
  2. Ngoi Faan Kuen: inside whip punch
  • Faan Kuen or Faan Sau: continuous attacking with controlling while alternating punches as in pak faan sau, bue faan sau and lop faan sau
  • Faan Sun: to regain the body position
  • Faan Sun Jing Gurk: to regain the body position with a front kick
  • Fak Do: upward deflecting block with knives
  • Fak Sau: upward deflecting block swinging the forearm down and up, contacting with the little finger side of the wrist
  • Fat Do: right power in techniques
  • Faun Au Gurk or Fong Ngau Gurk: reverse roundhouse
  • Fay Jong: flying elbows
  • Fong Sau Sing Wai: blocking line
  • Fok Family: a family of Wing Chun techniques which use the palm
  • Fok Gurk: a downward leg block or strike contacting with the muscle next to the shin bone
  • Fok Sau: a palm controlling block with the elbow down
  • Fok Sut: an inward knee block or strike
  • Fong Sau Sin Wai: blocking line
  • Fung Ngan Kuen or Fung An Kuen: phoenix eye punch with the index knuckle forward
  • Fuun Do: an outward or sideward slash with the butterfly knives
  • Fuun Sau: an outward or sideward horizontal chop

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  • Ga Chok: bounching technique off an opponent’s structure
  • Gan Jip Geng: indirect power
  • Gaan Da: simultaneous low sweeping block with a punch
  • Gaan Gurk: 3 leg blocking exercise with the following blocks:
  1. da jing gurk: low front kick blocking with the calf muscle
  2. bong gurk: shin block
  3. jut gurk: snapping block
  • Gaan Jaam: simultaneous low sweeping block with a forearm deflecting block or chop
  • Gaan Jaam Do: simultaneous low sweeping block and upper deflecting block with the butterfly knives
  • Gaan Sau: a low sweeping block. There are two kinds of gaan sau
  1. Hoi Gaan Sau: an outward low sweeping block
  2. Ngoi Gaan Sau: an inward low sweeping block
  • Gaan Sau: Five Blocking Motions
  1. Ngoi Gaan Sau: inside low sweeping block
  2. Tan Sau: flat palm up block contactving on the thumb side of the wrist
  3. Hoi Gaan Sau: outside low sweeping block
  4. Gaam Sau: forearm deflecting block
  5. Wu Sau: Guard hand block
  • Gee: Fingers
  • Gee Gok Chi Sau or Ji or Chi Gok Chi Sau: light sticky hands
  • Gee Gok Geng or Gum Gok Geng: feeling power
  • Geng or Ging: energy; the types of Wing Chun Energy are:
  1. Bau Ja Geng: explode power
  2. Chi Geng: sticking power
  3. Keng Geng: listening power
  4. Juun Geng: drilling power
  5. Jek Jip Geng: direct power
  6. Gan Jip Geng: indirect power
  7. Yaan Geng or Daai Geng: Guilding power
  8. Lin Jip Geng: connecting power
  9. Choung Geng: aggressive power
  • Gin Kuen: moving side punch for pole exercises
  • Goiu Ying: adjusting the body structure
  • Goot Do: cutting knife attack
  • Goot Gwan: cutting down with the pole
  • Gor Dan Chi Sau: attacks in single sticky hands
  • Gor Lop Sau: attacks in lop sau
  • Gor Sau or Guo Sau: attacks in sticky hands
  • Gour Yung: guts or determination and self-confidence to win
  • Gu Deng Chi Sau: sitting sticky hands
  • Gum Gok Geng, Gee Gog Geng, or Ji Gok Geng: feeling energy
  • Gum Jeong: low palm edge strike
  • Gum Sau: downward palm block or strike with the elbow turned outward
  • Gum Ying: body feeling
  • Gung Gek Sin Wai: attacking line
  • Gung Lik Chi Sau: heavy sticky hands to develop power
  • Gurk: leg or kick – The 8 positions of the kick are
  1. Jing Gurk: the strike with the top of the heel just below the arch
  2. Wang Gurk: strike with the outside of the heel on the little toe side
  3. Soo Gurk: strike with the inside of the arch
  4. Yaai Sut Gurk: strike with the middle of the heel downward
  5. Tiu Gurk: strike with the instep with the toes pointed
  6. Jut Gurk: strike with the lower calf and Achilles tendon
  7. Tai Gurk: strike with the top or side of the knee with the leg bent
  8. Chai Gurk: strike downward with the knifre edge of the foot
  • Gurk Jong: 8 kicks to the mok jong or dummy
  • Gurng Gee Kuen: ginger fist punch
  • Gwai Jong: a cicular downward elbow block or strike contacting with the forearm
  • Gwai Sut: a downward knee block contacting with the side of the knee or shin
  • Gwan or Kwan: pole
  • Gwan Geng: steel bar power
  • Gwat Ji Fat Lik: bone joint power
  • Gwat Gwan or Sut Gwan: opening up or blocking the inside or outside lower gate with the pole
  • Gwat Sau: a circular controlling technique that carries the subject across the centerline to open an attacking line

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  • Haa or Chaap Kuen: low punch
  • Haa Jeong or Dai Jeong: low palm strike with the side of the palm
  • Haan: economic motion
  • Haan Kiu: walking on the bridge or forearm
  • Haan Kiu Chi Sau: walking on the bridge chi sau
  • Haan Sau: a long bridge block contacting with the little finger side of the wrist
  • Hau Chor Ma: backward bracing stance
  • Hau Huen Joon Ma or Hau Huen or Hau Joon: a turning stance that is executed by stepping forward then turning 180 degrees to face the opposite direction
  • Hau Jeong: a palm strike with the back of the palm
  • Hay Jong or Tai Jong: raising elbow strike or block
  • Hay Sau or tai sau or ding sau: a raising bent wrist block or strike contacting on the little finger side of the wirst
  • Hay Sut or Tai Sut: raising knee block or strike contacting with the top or side of the knee
  • Ho Kam Ming: a long tie disciple of Grandmaster Yip Man; the teacher of Augustine Fong (Fong Chi-Wing)
  • Hoi or oi: outside
  • Hoi Bok: outside shoulder
  • Hoi Faan Kuen: outside whip punch
  • Hoi Hurn: outside facing stance
  • Hoi Jeorng or Hau Jerong: back palm strike or block
  • Hoi Jeorng or Hau Jerong: back palm strike or block
  • Hoi Jung Sin: outside line
  • Hoi Kwan Sau: outside rolling hands block
  • Hoi Ma: to open the horse stance
  • Hoi Moon Chi Sau or Hoi Mun Chi Sau: outside gate (position) chi sau
  • Hoi Moon Kuen or Hoi Mun Kuen: outside gate diagonal punch
  • Hoi Sik: opening position
  • Hoiu: emptiness, one of the major principles of Siu Lim Tau
  • Hoiu Bo: empty step or cat stance in the pole form
  • Hoiu Ying: empty shadow
  • Huen Da: simultaneous circling with one hand and striking with the other
  • Huen Fok Sau: circline one hand into the fok sau position
  • Huen Gurk: any circle kick
  1. Huen Jing Gurk: circling front kick
  2. Huen Wang Gurk: circling side kick
  3. Huen Tiu Gurk: circling instep kick
  • Huen Ma: circling stance in the pole form
  • Huen Sau: circling, controlling hand
  • Huiu ma: cat stance in the pole form
  • Hung Jai: control of power
  • Hung Jai Chi Sau: controlling sticking hands motion to block the opponent
  • Hung Jai Geng: controlling energy

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  • Jam Jong: stance for chi gung

  • Jaam Do: a forward deflecting block with the butterfly knives

  • Jaam Sau: a forearm deflecting block contacting with the little finger side of the forearm

  1. Hoi Jaam Sau: outside wu sau
  2. Ngoi Jaam Sau: Inside jaam sau
  • Jau Ma or Jou Ma: combining moving footwork

  • Jau Mui Fa Jong: stance work on the plum blossom

  • Jau Sau: changing lines in attacks, going from one line to another

  • Jau Wai: moving stances while changing from one line to another

  • Jau Wai Chi Sau or Ngou Sau: moving sticky hands while changing lines

  • Jau Wa Yaai Sut: moving stances to attack with the knees

  • Jep Jip Geng: direct power

  • Jeong: palm strike or chop; the 8 palm strikes are

  1. Jing Jeong: front vertical palm
  2. Choen Kui Jeong: long bridge palm
  3. Hau Jeong: Back Palm
  4. Dai Jeong: low side palm
  5. Pau Jeong: downward vertical palm strike
  6. Gum Sau: diagonally downward palm strike
  7. Chan Jeong: knife edge palm strike to upper body and head with palm up
  8. Wang Jeong: side of palm strike to upper body and head with palm down
  • Ji Gok Chi Sau, Gee or Chi God Chi sau: light sticky hands

  • Ji Yau Bak Gek: free sparring

  • Jing: front or center

  • Jing: quietness, one of the major principles of the Siu Lim Tau form

  • Jing Bok: front shoulder

  • Jing Chor Ma or Cheen Chor Ma: forward bracing stance

  • Jing Dok Lop Ma or Jing Gurk Dok Lop Ma: fing single leg stance

  • Jing Gurk: font kick

  • Jing Jeorng: straight vertical palm strike

  • Jing Jung: any strike on the center

  • Jing Ma or Yee Gee Kim Yeung Ma: front developmental stance; it is not a stance to fight from

  • Jing Meen: facing to the front

  • Jing Ngour Gurk: toe up hooking kick or control

  • Jing Sun: wing chun front on body structure

  • Jin Kuen: punches from the pole horse stance

  • Jit Gurk: stopping a kick with a kick

  • Jip Sau: controlling the bridge; an arm break

  • Joi Geng: chasing power

  • Joi Yin: following the shadow

  • Joi Yin Chi Sau: following the shadow in chi sau; a type of chasing chi sau

  • Joi Yin Jong: following the shadow on the floor

  • Jon Geng or Juun Geng: drilling power

  • Jong: elbow

  • Jong Dai Lik: elbow power produced from practicing the punch

  • Jong Gek: elbow pushing from behind

  • Jong Sau:

  1. a centerline block or strike contacting with the thumb side of the wrist
  2. the general name for the Wing Chun fighting position
  • Joong-lo: mid-level

  • Joong-lo Kuen: mid-section drilling punch

  • Juen Ma: turning and circling stance with the pole

  • Juk Dok Lop Ma or Wang Dok Lop Ma: side single leg stance

  • Jung Sin:

  1. centerline or centerline plane
  2. ngoi jung sin: inside line
  3. hoi jung sin: outside line
  • Jung Sum Sin: vertical motherline

  • Juun Geng: drilling power

  • Jut: snapping motion

  • Jut Da: simultaneous snapping control with one hand and striking with the other

  • Jut Do: snapping the knives sideways

  • Jut Geng: snapping power

  • Jut Gurk: snapping kick or block

  • Jut Sau: snapping block contacting with the thumb side of the wrist

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  • Kau Sau or Kow Sau: hooking palm control
  • Keng Geng: listening power
  • Kit Gwan or Kit Kwan: opening up or blocking the inside, upper gate with the pole
  • Kuen: fist or punch
  • 8 Familes of Wing Chun Punches are:
  1. chair kuen: pulling vertical punch
  2. chaap kuen: low punch
  3. ngoi faan kuen: inside whip punch
  4. hoi faan kuen: outside whip punch
  5. doi gok kuen: diagonal punch
  6. chour kuen: hammerfist
  7. joong-lo kuen: drilling punch
  8. tai kuen: raising punch
  • Kuen Siu Kuen: punch to punch exercise
  • Kuen To: any hand form
  • Kiu: bridge or forearm
  • Kiu Li: distance to the bridge
  • Kiu Sau: arm bridge
  • Kum La: joint locking techniques
  • Kum La Chi Sau: joint locking techniques applied in chi sau
  • Kwak Sau: double spreading huen sau
  • Kwan or Gwan: pole
  • Kwan : rolling
  • Kwan Do: rolling knives
  • Kwan Ma: pole stance
  • Kwan Sau: rolling hands block

 

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  • La Ma: the stable, rooting stance from the pole form
  • Lan Kwan or Lan Gwan: horizontal long bridge poe
  • Lan Gurk: horizontal leg block contacting with the shin bone
  • Lan Sau: horizontal arm block contacting with forearm and sometimes palm
  • Lau Do: twisting the knives inward to block and strike
  • Lay Wai Chi Sau: leaving the gap sticky hands
  • Lik: muscular strength
  • Lik Do: the correct power
  • Lin Jip Geng: connecting power or energy
  • Lin Siu Dai Da: economy or motion
  • Lin Wan Kuen: continuous chain punching
  • Lin Gung Jau: muscle liniment
  • Lin Wai Gurk: flowing kicks
  • Look Sau or Luk Sau or Gung Lik Chi Sau: heavy sticky hands
  • Lop: grabbing or controlling with the palm
  • Lop Da: simultaneous controlling and striking; also refers to a partner exercise
  • Lop Chan Jeong: simultaneous palm controlling and heel palm strike
  • Lop Fok: grabbing from fok sau position
  • Lop Sau: grabbing hand control; also refers to a partner exercise
  • Lop Sau Chi Sau: lop sau in sticky hands
  • Lou Gwan or Low Gwan: the half point pole technique; a short thrust
  • Luk Dim Bune Gwan or Luk Dim Boon Gwan; six and half point pole form
  • Lut Sau: attacking without initial contact with the opponents bridge; it begins with fighting position
  • Lut Sau Chi Sau: attacking from man sau position and immediately going into sticky hands

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  • Ma: stance
  • Ma Bo: moving stances
  • Ma Bo Chi Sau: moving sticky hands
  • Ma Bo Lop Sau: moving lop sau
  • Mai Jong: the correct elbow position with the elbow inward on the elbow line
  • Mai Jong: closing the gap
  • Man: to ask
  • Man Gurk: asking legs where the first motion sets up the second attack
  • Man Sau: asking hands where the first motions sets up the second attack
  • Man Sau Chi Sau: asking hand within sticky hands
  • Mo Kiu Chi Sau: walking on the bridge sticky hands
  • Mo See: traditional lion dance
  • Mok Lik: eye power with emotion
  • Mok Jong or MokYan Jong: wooden dummy also the name for the wooden dummy form
  • Moon or Mun: gate or doork
  1. say-I moon: dead gate which is closed
  2. soung moon: live gate which is open
  • Mui Fa Jong: plum blossom posts and the name for the exercise of practicing on the posts

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  • Ng Mui: the Buddist Siu Lim nun who founded Wing Chun
  • Ng’an Geng or Ng’on Geng: elastic power
  • Ngoi: inside
  • Ngoi Bok: inside shoulder
  • Ngoi Faan Kuen: inside whip punch
  • Ngoi Geng: internal power
  • Ngoi Gung: internal chi exercises for fighting applications
  • Ngoi Hurn: inside facing stance
  • Ngoi Jung Sin: inside line
  • Ngoi Kwan Sau: inside rolling hands
  • Ngoi Mood Kuen: inside gate diagonal punch
  • Ngoi Moon Chi Sau: inside gate (position) chi sau
  • Ngoi Ngau Gurk: inside leg hook
  • Ng’on Geng or Ng’an Geng: elastic power
  • Ngou Sau: pushing and drilling while moving in chi sau

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  • Pai Jong: horizontal inward elbow strike
  • Pak Da: simultaneous pushing palm block and punch
  • Pak Do: catching knives block
  • Pak Gurk: inside kick with the sole of the foot with the knee bent
  • Pak Sau: pushing palm block or strike
  • Pak Sut: inward knee block or strike
  • Pau Jeong: flat palm strike with the fingers pointing down. This applied to the lower body
  • Pau Sau: lifting palm block
  • Ping Haan Geng: balancing or equalizing power
  • Ping Sun: side turning body structure or position; this is not a Wing Chun position
  • Por Jung: all techniques that control and “break” the centerline
  • Por Si Gan: breaking timing
  • Po Bai or Po Pai: double butterfly palm strike
  • Poon Sau: regular sticky hand motion
  • Pun Doon: determination in a fight

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  • Sa Bau: the wall bag
  • Sam Gung Ma or Sip Ma: 3 angle stance
  • San Sau: slow attack exercise
  • San Sau Chi Sau: slow attacks in sticky hands
  • Sat Gwan: opening the lower gate to inside or outside with the pole
  • Say Bo: retreat and step back stance to deflect in the knife form
  • Say Ping Man: low horse stance for pole
  • Say-I Kuen: shooting punch
  • Say-I Moon: dead gate
  • Sau: hand or arm
  • Sau Gwan: retreating the pole
  • Sau Jong: retracting elbow strike or block
  • Sau Sik or Sau Sic: closing position in the forms
  • Sau Wuun Geng: equalizing the point of power; wrist power
  • Seng Yum Geng: sound power to emotionally trap an opponent
  • Seung: double or advancing
  • Seung Bok: shoulder attacks
  • Seung Chi Sau: double sticky hands exercise
  • Seung Dai Bong: double low forearm block
  • Seung Huen Sau: double circling block
  • Seung Jut Sau: double snapping block
  • Seung Kuen: double punch
  • Seung Ma: front advancing stance
  • Seung Yan Chi Sau: double sticky hands with three people
  • Seung Yan Dan Chi Sau: single sticky hands with three people
  • Seung Yan Jou Wai Chi Sau: moving sticky hands with three people
  • Seung yan Lop sau: lop sau with three people
  • Seung Yan Man Sau: man sau with three people
  • Seung Tan Sau: double palm up block
  • Si Bok: your teachers Si-Hing
  • Si Dai: a male classmate who joined a school after you
  • Si Fu: your teacher; can be either male or female
  • Si Gan: timing
  • si gan sing: regular
  1. tor chi sig an: delayed
  2. por sig an: breaking
  3. chong jou si gan: creating
  • Si Gan Sing: regular timing
  • Si Gan Pui Hop: the correct timing and power
  • Si Gung: your teacher’s teacher
  • Si Hing: a male classmate who joined the school before you
  • Si Yaj: a female classmate who joined the school before you
  • Si Jo: an ancestor within the system
  • Si Ma: deflecting stance that braces the pole
  • Si Mo: your teacher’s wife
  • Si Sook or Si Suk: your teacher’s classmates who started after him
  • Sin: line
  1. Jung sin: centerline
  2. Ngoi jung sin: inside line
  3. Hoi jung sin: outside line
  4. Gung gek sin wai: attacking line
  5. Fong sau sin wai: blocking line
  6. Jung sm sin: vertical motherline
  7. Wang jung sin: horizontal motherline
  • Sing geng: raising power to destroy the opponents structure
  • Sip Ma or Sam Gung Ma: three angle stance
  • Siu Geng: dissolving power
  • Siu Lim Tau: small idea form; the first wing chun form
  • Soang Jong or Wang Jong: outward horizontal elbow
  • Soo Gurk: sweeping kick
  • Soor Jung: sinking elbow down to control the centerline so the opponent cannot move you
  • Sor Sau Chi Sau: trapping sticky hands
  • Soung Moon: live gate
  • Sum Gwang: 3 joints in the arm equivalent to the 3 gates to pass
  • Sun Ying: body structure
  • Sup ji Sau or Sup Gee Sau: crossed arm block in all hand forms
  • Sut: knee

 

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  • Taan Gwan: snapping the pole sideways
  • Tai: raising
  • Tai Gurk: raising kick
  • Tai Gwan: raising pole
  • Tai Jong or Hay Jong: raising elbow
  • Tai Kuen: raising punch
  • Tai or Dang Sut: raising knee block or attack
  • Tak Gurk: low instep kick
  • Tan Da; simultaneous palm up block and punch
  • Tan Dan Gaan Da: simultaneous blocking and attacking exercise
  • Tan Do: locking knife block
  • Tan Geng: “swallowing” or sucking power to duck or control attacks
  • Tan Gurk: forward and upward leg block
  • Tan Ma: drawing back stance from horse or cat in the pole
  • Tan Sau: palm up block contacting on the thumbs side of the wirst
  • Tan Sut: outward knee block or attack
  • Tang Geng: a rubber band like power
  • Teut Sau or Tuit Sau: freeing arm block
  • Tit Kiu Sau: iron bridge
  • Tik Gwan: opening the upper gate with the pole
  • Tiu Do: snapping up knife
  • Tiu Gwan or Tiu Kwan: snapping up pole
  • Tiu or Tio Gurk: jumping kick
  • Tiu Gurk: instep kick
  • To Gwan or To Kwan: going forward with the pole
  • Toi Dit: take downs
  • Toi Dit Chi Sau: takedowns in chi sau
  • Toi Ma: step back and turn stance
  • Tok Sau or Pau Sau: lifting palm block
  • Tong Do: slicing knife attack
  • Tor Chi Si Gan: delayed timing
  • Tor Ma: step slide stance
  • Tou Geng: power that “spins out” or bounces the opponent away
  • Tou ma: advancing forward stance in the pole
  • Tui ma: jumping stance
  • Tun Gwan or Tun Kwan: retracting pole
  • Tung Ma: retreating jumping stance in the pole form

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  • Wai Ji: a good question
  • Wan Bo: crossing step stance in the knife form
  • Wan Do: circling knife attack
  • Wan Ma: step and circle into other stances in the pole
  • Wang or Wan: side
  • Wang Gurk: side kick
  • Wang Gurk Dok Lop Ma: side kick single leg stance
  • Wang Jeong: side of palm strike with palm down
  • Wang Jong or Pai Jong: inside horizontal elbow
  • Wan jung Sin: horizontal motherline
  • Wing Chung Tong: wing chun school
  • Won or Huen Gwan/Kwan: following circle with the pole
  • Woot Ma: flexible pole stance
  • Wu Do: a strike with the knife hand guard
  • Wu Gurk: blad edge of the foot block or strike
  • Wu Sau: guard hand block contacting with the little finger side of the wrist
  • Wu Yi Sun: to return the body to a normal position
  • Wu Yi Ying: to regain the body structure
  • Wu Yi Ying Bong Sau: to regain the body structure with bong sau
  • Wu Yi Ying Gum Sau: to regain the body structure with Gum Sau
  • Wun Geng, Ngon Geng, Jut Geng: jerking power

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  • Yaai: to attack stepping down
  • Yaai Hau Gurk: to attack by stepping down on the opponents rear leg
  • Yaai Sut: to attack down with the knee
  • Yaan Geng or Daai Geng: guiding power
  • Yang: everything that is strong, light, active male, etc
  • Yang Chi: the energy you inhale from air; oxygen
  • Yap Jung Lou: closing the gap
  • Yau: to relax; an essential principle of the Siu Lim Tao form
  • Yee Gee Kim Yeung Ma: the mother of all stances; the stationary front stance for developing all stances which means two knees going in stance
  • Yee Ma: transitions between the stances in the pole
  • Yee Ying Bo Sau: using your structure to recover your position
  • Yim Wing Chun: the you lady that Ng Mui taught with Wing Chun system to. She further refined and improved the system so it is named after her.
  • Yin: everything that is weak, dark, quiet, female, etc.
  • Yin and Yang: a pair of opposites that constantly change. All things have both yin and yang and all things change.
  • Yin Chi: energy you exhale or carbon dioxide
  • Ying: structure
  • Yip Man: the late grandmaster of Wing Chun who taught publically which spread the system
  • Yon Geng: elastic power
  • Yuen Geng: patience energy also the ability to make the opponent move the way you want
  • Yut Bo: turning around stance in the knife form with fak do and also going through the legs with knives
  • Yut Ge Chon Kuen or Doi Kou Kuen: vertical punch
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