Bil Gee – Thrusting Fingers form.
Bil Jee Sao – Thrusting fingers. The hand technique of the Bil Jee form.
Bil Sao – Bridge seeking arm. Thrusting out central or center line.
Bong Gek – 45º leg deflection, Bong Sao of the Leg.
Bong Sao – Elbow up 45º, wing arm position.
Buddhist Palm – Uses the “heel” of the hand, Applying in iron palm techniques.
Center Punch – Vertical fist. Starting from the center.
Chi – Intrinsic energy which circulates throughout the body.
Chi Gerk – Chi sao of the legs.
Chin-Na – Locking, seizing, and controlling.
Chi Sao Exercise – Learning phase of sticky hands Wing Chun style.
Chum Kue – Searching for the Bridge.
Contact Reflex – Sense of touch to determine threat and respond automatically.
Dim Mak – Poison of Hand and/or Art of the Coveting Press.
Fook Gek – Sole in or foot dampening movement.
Fook Sao – Elbow in, palm down or 45ÃƒÆ’Ã†â€™ÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã…Â¡ÃƒÆ’Ã¢â‚¬Å¡Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Âº.
Fut Sao – Finger together, wrist angled in, forearm extends from center.
Jut Gek – Stamp down, to kick up.
Kung Fu – Hard work and Skill.
Kwen – Fist fighting.
Kwoon – Chinese martial arts School.
Lok Sao – Rolling and Switching (chi Sao).
Lop Sao – Like a grab, with no thumb, contact position.
Remember wing chun players don’t grab.
One Inch Punch – The ability to generate large amounts of force in a short distance.
Phoenix Eye Punch – Single, fore knuckle punch.
Si Gung – Your Kung Fu Grandfather.
Si Hing – Big brother in the art.
Si Je – Elder Kung Fu Sister.
Si Juk – Kung Fu Nephew. Student of your student or your Sidei’s Student.
Si Mui – Younger Kung Fu Sister.
Si Sook – Younger Kung Fu Brother of Sifu.
Sil Lum – Shaolin.
Sil Lum Tao – “Little Idea”, or “Way of the Shaolin”.
Simo – Kung Fu mother.
Tie Sao – Lifting arms up, long bridging technique.
Tut Sao – Freeing Arm.
Vision Reflex – Recognizing the threat visually and respond automatically.
Wu Sao – Protecting hand, if anything gets through your Wu Sao should be there. Elbow in, fingers at 12 o’clock (stationary) position.