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Pāchū ーチュー Karate kata
Paiku 白虎 “White Tiger,” karate kata
Pai Lum 白龍   White Dragon, style of kung fu
Pa kua chang 八卦掌 “Eight trigrams palm,”style of internal Chinese boxing
Pa Kuialua     Hawaiian martial art
Panchi kara no tsukami → sasae tsurikomi ashi パンチからの掴み→支え鈎り込み足 Punch, grab, propping foot lift-pull throw
Panchi ni taisuru kauntā no hiza geri パンチに対するカウンターのヒザ蹴り Countering punch with knee strike
Panchi no kaiten ryoku o takameru kihon tekina karada no tsukaikata o masutā shiyou

パンチの回転力を高める基本的な体 の使い方 をマスターしよう

Using the body to throw consecutive punches
Pancrase     Pancrase Hybrid Wrestling is a Japanese MMA organization
Pangainoon     “Half hard, half soft,” style of kung fu antecedent to Uechi ryū
Pankration παγκράτιον Ancient Greek sport and martial art
Pào chuí 炮捶 Cannon Punch, style of kung fu
Parī, heddo surippu, shita zuki パリー、ヘッドスリップ、下突き Parry, slip, body-shot
Parī, mae geri パリー、前蹴り
Parry, front kick
Parī, parī パリー 、パリー Parry, parry
Parī, sūei パリー、 スウェイ Parry, sway
Passai or Patsai 披塞 or パッサイ “To Penetrate a Fortress,” kata
Patto ぱっと In a flash, quickly, suddenly, alertly, nimbly
Patto shinai ぱっとしない Be mediocre, be unspectacular, a self-description by a humble but highly skilled martial artist; expression of vague dissatisfaction
Pēchin or Peichin 親雲上 Okinawan caste equivalent of samurai, responsible for traditional fighting arts
Pechurin 百步連 “Final 108 moves,” Okinawan kata
Pehlwani پہلوانی or पहलवानी   Indian wrestling
Pencak Silat     Martial art of the Malay archipelago, especially Indonesia and Malaysia
Pīguà quán 劈掛拳 “Chop Hanging Fist,,”style of kung fu
Pinan 平安 “Peaceful Mind,” Okinawan kata series
Pinan Shodan 平安 初段 “Peaceful Mind Number One,”, karate kata in many styles
Pinan Nidan 平安 二段 “Peaceful Mind Number Two,” karate kata in many styles
Pinan Sandan 平安 三段 “Peaceful Mind Number Three” karate kata in many styles
Pinan Yondan 平安 四段 “Peaceful Mind Number Four ” karate kata in many styles
Pinan Godan 平安 五段 “Peaceful Mind Number Five,” karate kata in many styles
Pinan Dai 平安大 “Great Peaceful Mind,”a form combining all 5 individual Pinan kata into one long continuous form
Piripiri ぴりぴり Tingle, sting, smart, hot, becoming tense, burning the tongue
Piripiri suru ぴりぴりする Tingle, sting, smart, hot, becoming tense, burning the tongue
Pongyi thaing     Burmese martial art
Poomsae 형 or 품새 Korean for kata
Potsai 披塞   “To Penetrate a Fortress,” kata
Pradal Serey ប្រដាល់សេរី   Indochinese martial art of Thailand, Myanmar, Laos and Cambodia
Punpun ぷんぷん A reek or stink
Punpun suru ぷんぷんする To reek, like an unwashed keikogi; to be indignant
Puroresu プロレス Japanese professional wrestling
Pushu de aite o kuzushite no migi rō プシュで相手を崩しての右ロー Push to unbalance, low kick
Pyonpyon kōhō e → mahha geri ぴょんぴょん後方へ → マッハ蹴り Skip back → Mach kick