ketaguri

Arm vs Ketaguri - What's the difference?

arm | ketaguri |


As nouns the difference between arm and ketaguri

is that arm is the portion of the upper human appendage, from the shoulder to the wrist and sometimes including the hand or arm can be (usually used in the plural) a weapon while ketaguri is (sumo) a kimarite in which the attacker leaps aside at the tachiai and sweeps his opponent's front leg from the inside while slapping the shoulder or pulling the arm.

As a verb arm

is to take by the arm; to take up in one's arms or arm can be to supply with armour or (later especially) weapons.

As a adjective arm

is poor; lacking in riches or wealth.

Pulling vs Ketaguri - What's the difference?

pulling | ketaguri |


As nouns the difference between pulling and ketaguri

is that pulling is the act by which something is pulled while ketaguri is (sumo) a kimarite in which the attacker leaps aside at the tachiai and sweeps his opponent's front leg from the inside while slapping the shoulder or pulling the arm.

As a verb pulling

is .

Shoulder vs Ketaguri - What's the difference?

shoulder | ketaguri |


As nouns the difference between shoulder and ketaguri

is that shoulder is (lb) the part of an animal's body between the base of the neck and forearm socket while ketaguri is (sumo) a kimarite in which the attacker leaps aside at the tachiai and sweeps his opponent's front leg from the inside while slapping the shoulder or pulling the arm.

As a verb shoulder

is to push (a person or thing) using one's shoulder.

Slapping vs Ketaguri - What's the difference?

slapping | ketaguri |


As nouns the difference between slapping and ketaguri

is that slapping is the act of giving a slap or slaps while ketaguri is (sumo) a kimarite in which the attacker leaps aside at the tachiai and sweeps his opponent's front leg from the inside while slapping the shoulder or pulling the arm.

As a verb slapping

is .

As a adjective slapping

is (slang) very large; whopping.

Opponent vs Ketaguri - What's the difference?

opponent | ketaguri |


As nouns the difference between opponent and ketaguri

is that opponent is an individual or group who is a rival of another while ketaguri is (sumo) a kimarite in which the attacker leaps aside at the tachiai and sweeps his opponent's front leg from the inside while slapping the shoulder or pulling the arm.

As a adjective opponent

is situated in front; opposite; hence, opposing; adverse; antagonistic.

Tachiai vs Ketaguri - What's the difference?

tachiai | ketaguri |


As nouns the difference between tachiai and ketaguri

is that tachiai is (sumo) the initial charge towards each other by the rikishi at the start of a sumo bout while ketaguri is (sumo) a kimarite in which the attacker leaps aside at the tachiai and sweeps his opponent's front leg from the inside while slapping the shoulder or pulling the arm.

Leap vs Ketaguri - What's the difference?

leap | ketaguri |


As nouns the difference between leap and ketaguri

is that leap is the act of leaping or jumping or leap can be basket while ketaguri is (sumo) a kimarite in which the attacker leaps aside at the tachiai and sweeps his opponent's front leg from the inside while slapping the shoulder or pulling the arm.

As a verb leap

is to jump.

Attacker vs Ketaguri - What's the difference?

attacker | ketaguri |


As nouns the difference between attacker and ketaguri

is that attacker is someone who attacks while ketaguri is (sumo) a kimarite in which the attacker leaps aside at the tachiai and sweeps his opponent's front leg from the inside while slapping the shoulder or pulling the arm.

Ketaguri vs Kimarite - What's the difference?

ketaguri | kimarite |

Ketaguri is a see also of kimarite.


As nouns the difference between ketaguri and kimarite

is that ketaguri is (sumo) a kimarite in which the attacker leaps aside at the tachiai and sweeps his opponent's front leg from the inside while slapping the shoulder or pulling the arm while kimarite is (sumo) any of the 82 techniques that may be used to win a match.