Ashi

Aikido term: Foot

Ashi

[title] Not to be confused with the Zoroastrian concept Ashi. Ashi (Dzongkha: ཨ་ཞེ་; Wylie: A-zhe) also spelled Ashe, is a Bhutanese title of respect literally meaning `Lady`. The title is prefixed to the given name, and is borne by female Bhutanese nobility and by female members of the Bhutanese royal family. The masculine form i...
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ASHI

American Society for Histocompatibility and Immunogenetics
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/20895

Ashi

preeminent Babylonian amora, or interpreter of the Mishna, the legal compilation that was the basis of the Talmud, the authoritative rabbinical ...
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Ashi

Foot Leg
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ASHI

Leg or foot. Short lines extending from patterns of nie or nioi.
Found on http://www.samuraisword.com/glossary/index.htm

ashi

foot
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ASHI

Legs (streaks of nioi pointing down toward the edge).
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Ashi

Not to be confused with the Bhutanese honorific title Ashi (title). AshiPronunciation-needed (aši) is the Avestan language word for the Zoroastrian concept of `that which is attained.` As the hypostasis of `reward,` `recompense,` or `capricious luck,` Ashi is also a divinity in the Zoroastrian hierarchy of yazatas. ==Nomenclature== Avesta...
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