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Acest dicţionar a pornit ca rubrică pentru ProGo, dar pentru un acces mai facil am decis postarea lui şi în alte forme decît rubrică în revistă. O formă simplă este chiar aici, fiecare termen fiind un articol, dacă este o definiție complexă, la cele simple un articol conține mai multe definiții. Întregul dicţionar poate fi accesat la categoria Dicţionar,  după tagul dicţionar, sau din lista alfabetică de mai jos. Evident se poate căuta cuvîntul și cu formularul de căutare.

Această versiune după cum se vede e încă incompletă. Versiunea completă e disponibilă în format doc.

A – Agehama, Ageishi, Ago, Agohimo, Ai, Aji, Aji ga aru, Aji ga ii, Aji ga warui, Aji karai, Aji keshi (Ajikeshi), Aji nokori, Aji waru, Aji warui, Ajiwai ga aru, Aki-san-kaku, Aki-sumi, Akushu, Amai, Amaii gatachi, Amarigatachi, Amashi, Ana, Aoru, Appaku, Arasu, Ashi ga hayai, Ashibaya, Assho, Atama o dasu, Atari (Ate), Ate-Kaeshi, Ate komi (Atekomi), Ateru, Ate-tsugi, Atsui, Atsumi, Aya.

B – Baai no te, Baka hachi, Ban,Bane – Hane, Bane – Hane, Bango, Banmen, Basami – Hasami, Bata bata tesuji – oi-otoshi, Betsuan, Biraki – Hiraki, Bisai, Bo-ishi, Boshi, Botsugi, Burasagari, ButsukariByo-yomi, Byoyomi-gakari.

C – Chakushu ga hayai, Chakushu kinshiten, Chigiri, Chiho kishi,  Chikara Go, Chikara jiman, Chikiri-tobi, Chinchaku, Choko, Chosei, Chosensha, Chosen teai,  Choshi, Choshi ga ii, Choshi wo ataeru, Choshi wo motomeru, Choushi, Chuban, Chubansen, Chugen, Chugoku ryu, Chu oshi gatchi, Chu-oshi, Chuto Hanpa, Chuui.

D – Daidaigeima, Daigyakuten, Damashi-te, Damatte tsugi, Dame, Dameba, Damezumari, Dan, Dango, Dantai kachinuki sen, Dantaisen, De, Deiri, Dokei hanpuku, Deschiderea Dosaku, Degiri.

E – Eguri

F – Fujite (fuji te), Fukumi, Fukurami, Fukure, Fumikomi, Furikawari, Furueru, FusekiFusa, Fuseki, Fusenpai, Fusensho, Fushi, Fushi wo tsukeru, Futokoro.

G – Gaisei, Gakari, Gakkiri, Gambaru, Ganbaru, Gankei, Gekko no iki, Gen-nama, Geta, Gacchiri, Giri, Go-ishi, Goban, Goban-shobu, Gobu, Gobugobu, Godokoro, Gokaisho, Gokaku, Goke, Goki, Go-keishi, Gokei, Gomahashi-te, Goken-biraki, Gomoku-nakade, Gosei, GoteGote no sente, Gozen go, Gukei, Guru guru mawashiGusu-sen, Guzumi, Gyaku komi, Gyaku-sente, Gyaku-yose, Gyakuten.

H – Haba, Hai, Haichaku, Hai-in, Haiseki, Hama, Hamari, Hamete, Hamete wo yaburu, Hana yori dango, Hanami-ko, Hana-roku, Hana-zuke, Hana-tsuke, Hane, Hane age, Hane ageru, Hane-dashi, Hane-kaeshi, Hane kiri, Hane-komi, Hane nobi, Hanetsugi – Hane tsugi, Hane-tsuki, Shita-hane, Hangan, Hanguk Kiwon, Han-ko, Han-moku, Hanmoku-shobu, Hansen, Hara-zuke, Harazuke, Hara tsuke, Hasami, Hasami-kaeshi, Hasami-tsuke, Hashiri, HatarakuHaya-go, Haya-iki, Hazama, Hazama-tobi. Hazusu, Hebo, Hebokosumi, Hebo suji, Hekomi, Hen, Henka, Heta, Hijo shudan, Hiki, Hikkuri-kaeshi, Hikuri kaeshiHoricomi,  Hikui, Hiraki, Hiraki zume, Hiroi, Hisei, Hisso no pointo – hissoten, Honinbo, Hon-ko, Honsen, Honsuji, Honte, Horikomi – hori komi, Hoshi, Hoshi-shita, Hoshi-waki – hoshi-yoko, Hosoi go, Houkou.

I – Ichiban tenaori, Ichigo-masu, Igo, Ijime, Ikasu, Iki, Ikiru, Ikken, Ikken-basami, Ikken taka basami, Ikken takagakari, Ikken-biraki, Ikken-jimari – ikken shimari – ikken zimari, Ikken-tobi, Ikko, IkkyokuIkkyu, Imi, Inaori, Inchiki-te, Insei, Inu no kao Ippo-ji – Ippoji, Ippon-michiIshi, Isoganai, Ishidate, Ishi no nagare, Ishi-no-shita, Isuji, Itaroku, Itte, Itte-gachi, Itte-ko, Itte-make, Itte-yose-ko.

J – Ji, Ji Dori Go, Ji ni karai, Jiai, Jigo, Jigo-ishi, Jigankire make, Jikan tsunagi, Jikyusen, -jimari, Jinchi, Jingasa, Jingasa nakade, Jirihin, Jisatsu, Jissen, Jitsuri, Jitsuyo, Jiyu okigo, Joban, Jochaku, Johen, Joryu kishiJoseki, Josen, Jozu, Jubango, Judan, Junkan ko, Jun Kan Ko, Jun meijin.

K – Kabe, Kabe-zeme, Kabuseru, Kachi, Kachikiru, Kachi-make, Kachinuki-sen, Kado, Kadoban, Kageme, Kahen, Kaisho, Kakae, Kakari, gakari, Kakarippanashi, Kake, Kake-go, Kake-me, Kake-me iki, Kake-tsugi,  Kakugen, Kakutei ji, Kamae, Kamaeru, Kame no ko, Kame no ko no shippo tsuki, Kami tori, Kamo, Kaname ishi, Kanchaku, Kanetsugi, Kannon-biraki, Kanpai, Kanroku-gachi, Kansai Ki-in, Kansho, Kanso, Karai, Karami, Karui, Karui ishi, Karui katachi, Kasu-ishi, Kata, Katachi, Kata meru, Kata-sente, Kata-tsugi, Kata-tsuki, Katsura, Kattarui, Katte-yomi, Kawari, Kaya, Keima, Keima-gake, Keima-kakari, keima gakari, Keima no fundoshi, Keima shimari, Keima jimari, Keima-tobi, Keima-tsugi, Keima-watari, Keisei, Keisei fumei, Keisei handan, Keise wo sokoneru, Kenka-komoku, Kenri, Kento, Keshi, Ki, Kiai, Kiai gaki, Kiai make, Kibin, Kibishii, Kido, Kifu, Kifu, Ki-in, Kikasare, Kikashi, Kiki, Kiku, Kimari-te, Kimeru, Kimete, Kimeuchi, Kinjo-ko-kiri, Kiri, Kiri, Kiri-chigae, Kirichigai, Kiri-kaeshi, Kirikomi, Kiri-nobi, Kirin no kubi, Kiritoru, Kiroku-gakari, Kiryoku, Kisei, Kishi, Kishu, Kishou, Kisu-sen, Kizu, Ko, Ko-aji, Kobin, Kobin, Kobo, Kobore, Ko-date, Ko-date-zukuri, Ko-bukumi, Kogeima, Kogeima-jimari, Ko-jiman, Komakai, -komi, Komi, Komidashi, Komi ga denai, Komi-gakari, Komi-morai, Komoku, Konadare, Ko no toriban, Kono itte, Korigatachi, Koryo jikan, Koshy-tsuke, Koshu, Kosumi, Kosumi-tsuke, Ko wo kaisho suru, Koyose, Kozai, Kufu, Kurai, Kuro, Kuro-ban, Kuro-mochi, Kuruma no ato-oshiKushi-gata, Kyodai-genka, Kyu, Kyuba, Kyushi-kyoku, Kyusho.

M –  Magari, Magari-shimoku, Mage, Mage-tsuke, Magireru, Magire wo motomeru, Magusaba, Make, Makeru, Makuri, Mamoru, Mane Go, Ma ni awaseru, Mannen Ko, Matta, Me, Me ari me nashi, Me futatsu, Me ga nai, Megatachi, Me-go, Meijin, Meikyoku, Mekura-go, Menjo, Miai, Miai keisan, Mimi, Mini chugoku-ryoMise-jimai, Misonji, Mi wo kuwareru, Mochi jikan, MochikomiModori, Moku, Mokuhazushi, Motare, Mototsugi, MoyoMujoken iki, Mujoken shini, Mukai-komoku, Mu-ko / muko, Muramasa joseki, Myoshu, Mushobu.

N – Nachiguro, NadareNagare Keima, Nageba, Nageba wo motomeru, NageruNakade, Nanaban shobu, Narabi, Neko no kao, Ne-nashi ishi, Nerai, Nidan, Nigan, NigeNigeru, Nigekiru, Nigiri, Nihon kiin, NijubangoNiken, Niken-basami, Niken-biraki, Niken-jimari, Niken-taka-basami, Niken-taka-gakari, Niken-tobiNiko, Nimoku na atama, NirenseiNiritsu sanseki, Nisen, Nishi, Nobi dashi, Nobi-komiNobiNobikiri, No taimu, Nozoki Nozomu, Nuki, Nuru, Nurui.

O – Oba, Odokoro, OgeimaOgeima gakari, Ogeima kake, Ogeima jimari, Ogeima zimari, Ogeima shimariOiageru, Oikomi, Oi-otoshi, OkashiiOki, Oki-go, Oki-ishi, O-konomi goO-konomi takioku, Omoi, Omoi ishi, Omoi katachiOmokuhazushi, Omoshiroi, Omoshirokunai, OmoyoOnadare, Onide, Ori kiriOriru, Osae, Osae komiOsamari, Osamari-gatachi, Oshi, Oshi ageru, Oshi-tsubushiO-shiro go, Osu te nashi, Otakamoku, Owari, Oyose, Ozaru, Ozaru suberi.

P – Paduk, Pintsugi, Poka, Ponnuki.

R – Raku-ni, Rakusho, Rakushu, Ranka, Rappa Tsugi, Rengo, Rikimu, Rokumoku-nakade, Ryo, Ryo-atari, RyobaneRyo-gakari, Ryo-gote, Ryo-jimari, Ryo-kakari, Ryo-ko, Ryo Nirami, Ryo-sente, Ryo-shimari, Ryoyoku, Ryoyoku no jin.

S – Sabaki, Sabaki Gatachi, Sabaki Katachi, Sabaku, Saegiru, Sagari, Sagarikiri, Sahen, Saigo, Saite Deru, Sakare Gatachi, Sakkaku, Saki, SakuSanba-garasu, Sanban-shobu, Sanbon Sagari, Sandan, Sandan-bane, Sandan-ko, Sandan-osaeSangen, Sangen basami (Sangen-hasami), Sangen taka basami, Sangen biraki, Sangen tobi, Sanjubango, Sankaku, San koSanmoku nakade, Sanmoku no manaka, Sanpo garami, Sanrensei (San-rensei), Sanritsu yoseki, San-san, San San fuseki, Saru Suberi, Sashi komi, Sayu dokei, Sebameru, Seichaku, Seikai, Seikai zuSeimoku, Seimoku furin, Seimoku furin naka yonmoku, Seiyo shibori, Seki, Sekihai, Seki-kuzure, Seki-to, Sekito shibori, Semaku suru, Seme, Semeai, Semedori, Semeru, Sen, Sen ai Sen, Sen ban, Sen ni, Sen ni sen, Sensei, SenteSente no gote, Seri ai, Shakkin, Shi, Shibori, Shibui, Shicho, Shicho atari, Shido-go, Shikatsu, Shi-ko, Shimari, Shime tsuke, Shimoku nakade, Shinbun teai, Shin fuseki, Shin gata, Shini-ishi, Shin joseki, Shinogi, Shinogi-shobu, Shinsho, Shin-te, Shippai, Shippai zu, Shippo, Shiro, Shiro ban, Shiro moki, Shita hane, Shita hen, Shitate, Shita tsuke, Shita-zukeShobu, Shobu dokoro, Shobute, Shodan, Shoko, Shuban, Shudan, Shuko, Shukyoku, Shusaku kosumi, Shusaku Ryu, Soba, Soba-koSode gakari, Sofu, Sogo, Soi, Son, Son ko, Soppo (wo mukeru)Shusaku kosumi, Shusaku Ryu, Soba, Soba-koSoto, Soto dame, Soto magari, Souba, Suberi, SugataSuji, Sujibatta te, Sumi, Sumi no magari-shimoku, Susoaki, Susogakari, Sute ishi, Suteru.

T – Tachi, Tachiainin, Tagai sen, Taikyoku, Taisa, Taiseki, Taisha, Taisha joseki, Taka, Takai,Takagakari, Takamoku, Takamoku joseki, Takefu, Tan, Tane-ishi, Tani ga fukai, Tanuki no hara tsuzumi, Tasuki-boshi, Tasuki fuseki, Tasuki gata, Tasuki komoku, Te, Teai, Te ari, Teai-chigai, Teai-wari, Te-atsui, Teban, Tebyoshi, Tedokoro, Tedomari, Tegakari, Te ga nobiru, Teire, Tekazu, Tejun, Tejun no myo, Tejun wo tsukusu, Temodori, Tenaori, Tengen, Te ni naru, Tenkai, Tenka-kikazu, Tenka-ko, Tennozan, Tenuki, Te okure, Tesuji, Tetchu, Te-tsuki, Tewari, Tobi, Tobidashi, Tobikomi, Tobi-magari, Tobi-tobi, Tobi tsuke, Tochika, Tokkuri, Ton-ton, Tonamento boshiki, Tonbo, Torazu Gomoku, Torazu san moku, Tori, Torikaesu, Tori kaeshi, Torikake, Torikiri, Torikiru, Toru,  Toryo, Tsuba zeriai, Tsubure, Tsugi, Tsugi no itte, Tsugi–Tsugi, Tsuke, Tsuke giri, Tsuke hiki, Tsuke kaeshi, Tsukekoshi, Tsukenobi, Tsuke nobi joseki, Tsukeosae, Tsukesagari, Tsuki, Tsukiatari, Tsukidashi, Tsukinuki, Tsuki to suppon, Tsukuri-go, Tsume, Tsume-biraki, Tsume go, Tsunagi, Tsuppari, Tsurai, Tsuru no sugomori.

U – Uchi, Uchi magari, Uchikake, Uchikaki, Uchikiru, Uchikomi,  Uchikomu, Uchisugi, Uchi-sugi,  Uchi sugi, Uchi tsuke, UchuryuUe tsuke, Uhen, Ukeru, Uki ishi, Uma no kao, Usote, Usui, Usui katachiUsumi, Uteru, Uttegae, Uwate, Uwatsuke.

W –  Wakare, Warikomi, Wariuchi, Warui, Watari, Wei-ch’i, Weiqi.

Y –  Yagura, Yawarakai, Yodan, Yondan, Yomi, Yomichigai, Yomikiri, Yomi suji, Yon-ko, Yongen birakiYonmoku nakade, Yonrensei, Yoritsuki, Yoritsuku, Yose, YoseruYoseki, Yose-ko, Yosen, Yosumi, Yosu-mi, Yosu miru, Yoten,  Yotsumi-goroshi, Yowai ishi, Yuki, Yurui, Yurumi, Yurumu, Yurumi shicho, Yusei.

Z – Zanpai, Zaru-Go, Zekkoten, Zettai-ko, Zoko suji, Zoku-suji, Zoku.

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