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kendo

Singlestick vs Kendo - What's the difference?

singlestick | kendo |


As nouns the difference between singlestick and kendo

is that singlestick is a one-handed wood stick used for fencing in place of a sword while kendo is a Japanese martial art using "swords" of split bamboo.

Endo vs Kendo - What's the difference?

endo | kendo |


As nouns the difference between endo and kendo

is that endo is marijuana while kendo is a Japanese martial art using "swords" of split bamboo.

As a prefix endo

is a prefix meaning "within.

As a proper noun Endo

is english translation of the Japanese surname 遠藤.

Kendo vs Zendo - What's the difference?

kendo | zendo |


As nouns the difference between kendo and zendo

is that kendo is a Japanese martial art using "swords" of split bamboo while zendo is a hall at a Zen buddhist monastery where formal seated meditation (zazen) is practiced.

Kendo vs Keno - What's the difference?

kendo | keno |


As nouns the difference between kendo and keno

is that kendo is a japanese martial art using "swords" of split bamboo while keno is a gambling game, a variety of the game of lotto, played with balls or knobs, numbered, and cards also numbered.

Kendi vs Kendo - What's the difference?

kendi | kendo |


As nouns the difference between kendi and kendo

is that kendi is a container of asian derivation, usually handleless, used to hold liquid with a broad opening on top for inserting liquid and usually only one spout for pouring while kendo is a japanese martial art using "swords" of split bamboo.