# tawara

#### Rikishi vs Tawara - What's the difference?

rikishi | tawara |

## In context|sumo|lang=en terms the difference between rikishi and tawara

is that rikishi is (sumo) a sumo wrestler while tawara is (sumo) straw bales, packed with earth, placed in a circle on the dohyo and forming the area that the rikishi must stay inside.

## As nouns the difference between rikishi and tawara

is that rikishi is (sumo) a sumo wrestler while tawara is (sumo) straw bales, packed with earth, placed in a circle on the dohyo and forming the area that the rikishi must stay inside.

dohyo | tawara |

## As nouns the difference between dohyo and tawara

is that dohyo is (sumo) the ring, made of compacted clay, in which a sumo wrestling match is held while tawara is (sumo) straw bales, packed with earth, placed in a circle on the dohyo and forming the area that the rikishi must stay inside.

#### Circle vs Tawara - What's the difference?

circle | tawara |

## As nouns the difference between circle and tawara

is that circle is (lb) a two-dimensional geometric figure, a line, consisting of the set of all those points in a plane that are equally distant from another point while tawara is (sumo) straw bales, packed with earth, placed in a circle on the dohyo and forming the area that the rikishi must stay inside.

## As a verb circle

is to travel around along a curved path.

earth | tawara |

## As nouns the difference between earth and tawara

is that earth is (uncountable) soil while tawara is (sumo) straw bales, packed with earth, placed in a circle on the dohyo and forming the area that the rikishi must stay inside.

## As a proper noun earth

is our planet, third out from the sun; see main entry earth.

## As a verb earth

is (british) to connect electrically to the earth .

bales | tawara |

## As nouns the difference between bales and tawara

is that bales is while tawara is (sumo) straw bales, packed with earth, placed in a circle on the dohyo and forming the area that the rikishi must stay inside.

straw | tawara |

## As nouns the difference between straw and tawara

is that straw is (countable) a dried stalk of a cereal plant while tawara is (sumo) straw bales, packed with earth, placed in a circle on the dohyo and forming the area that the rikishi must stay inside.