yuko

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See also: yukō, Yuko, Yūko, and Yūkō

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Japanese 有効

Noun[edit]

yuko (plural yukos)

  1. (judo) The score for a throw that lands the opponent on his or her side.
    • 2008, Roy Inman, The Judo Handbook, page 25:
      As with yukos, kokas are not accumulative, so no amount of kokas are deemed equal to or greater than a yuko.

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Verb[edit]

yuko

  1. third-person singular of -ko: he/she is (around there)

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Adjective[edit]

yukô

  1. with the head or body bent forward
  2. bowing one's head in defeat

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Noun[edit]

yukô

  1. act of bending the body or lowering the head forward (as in when passing a low clearance)
  2. the bent position of the head or body
  3. condescension; obeisance

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