• Tang Soo Do: The art we study. "Art of the Chinese Hand"

  • Tang: From the Chinese Tang Dynasty

  • Soo: "Hand"

  • Do: Way

  • Moo: Martial Art (prevent conflict)

  • Duk: A feeling of affection tempered with respect (virtue)

  • Kwan: School

  • Nim:  A term of respect similar to "Sir" or "Honorable"

  • Kwan Jang Nim: Grandmaster  

  • Sa Bom Nim: Master Instructor (4th Dan - 7th Dan)

  • Bo Sa Bom Nim: Instructor (3rd Dan)

  • Kyo Sa Nim: Instructor (2nd Dan)

  • Bo Kyo Sa Nim: 1st Dan

  • Ahn Nyung Hah Sae Yo: "Hello"

  • Ahn Nyung Ha Gae Say Yo: "Goodbye"

  • Kahm Sah Hahm Ni Dah:  Thank you

  • Chun Mahn Ae Yo: You're Welcome

  • Jon Kyong: Respect

  • Kwan Won:  Student

  • Mook Yeum: Meditate

  • Sun Beh Nim: Senior Student

  • Hu Beh Nim: Junior Student

  • Dan: Degree, Holder of Midnight Blue Belt (Black Belt)

  • Gup: Degree, White belt through Red Belt

  • Do Jang: Training Hall or Studio

  • Do Bok (To Bok): Uniform

  • Dee: Belt

  • Kee Cho: Basic

  • Hyung: Form

  • Dae Ryun: Sparring

  • Ho Sin Sool: Self Defense

  • Soo Gi: Hand Techniques

  • I'Jok Gi: Foot Techniques

  • Mahk Kee: Block

  • Kong Kyuck: Attack

  • Ha Dan: Low

  • Choong Dan: Middle

  • Sang Dan: High

  • Ahp: Front

  • Yup: Side

  • Dwi: Back

  • O Rin Jok: Right side

  • Wen Jok: Left side

  • Tuel Oh: Twisting

  • Cha Gi: Kick

Praise be to the Lord my Rock, who trains my hands for war, my fingers for battle. Psalm 144:1

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