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Messaggioda Aldebaran » 18/04/2010, 8:16

• NABE-Gane: crucible of molten steel.
• Nabiki: Hada grain straight tip follows the curvature of the spine up.
• NADARE: whitish spots in large numbers on Hada.
• NAGADACHI: TACHI long thin worn by officers in the state banquets.
• NAGADACHI (different characters) long blade with a long handle.
• NAGA Katana blade with long handle very long.
• NAGA-Hakam: blade flow together with the Hakama and can be as much or a shorter wakizashi.
• NAGAMAKI: particular weapon consists of a blade similar to a katana with a handle as long.
• Nagin: a type of halberd consists of a short blade with a long pole.
• NAKAGO: tang blades (the part that slips into TSUKA through the drones and the tsuba).
• NAKAGO Mune: the back of NAKAGO (aka Hito).
• NAKAGO Mune-MAKI: the bottom of NAKAGO, there are many forms.
• NAKAGO MUNEKADO: NAKAGO sharp spine.
• No NAKAGO HIRA: the surface of NAKAGO.
• NAKAGO SAKI: the bottom of NAKAGO.
• NAKAGO SHINOGIJI: area of the upper NAKAGO.
• NAGAGO SHIRO: area of the lower NAKAGO
• No NAKAGO SHIRO SHURUI: cross-section of the bottom of NAKAGO.
• Naka SUGUBA: YAKIBA medium width.
• Hada Namazu: white patches included in a surface bluish to dark spots.
• Namban Tetsu: iron imported from China or anywhere else.
• NAMBUKO: period of the dynasties of North and South
• NANATSU Saya KATANA: a knife-shaped blades with 3 KEN lateral arms very old, 260 AD about.
• Nanki: mild steel.
• NANONAKI MIDARE: HAMON over the entire surface is located on the blades of the KAIBU.
• Naoshi: modified or repaired.
• MONO NARA: a knife of poor quality, the same as Tsutsugitae.
• NARA TACHI: TACHI type blade forged by groups and Yamato Tega Senjuin.
• BORN: gardening or hunting knife; Hana-born: knife flowers.
• No Natsu KA: HAMON of Choji crystal NIOI dark color on the blades of Norimune.
• Hada neji: cloth-grained wood artificially created.
• BLACKS Tsuba TACHI: TACHI with Tsuba Leather.
• NETABA: the cutting edge of a sword or a knife.
• NETABA: (same characters) Sharpening a blade immediately before use.
• NEZAGITAE: hammering and bending of metal during forging to create the surface texture of wood.
• Nezumi-ashi ASHI (on HAMON) shaped paw of rats.
• NIE: small whitish crystallisation that may occur in the tempering process (constituting the HAMON).
Asashi • NIE: long thin strips of the NIE HAMON that appear to be superficial.
ATSUSHI • NIE: NIE on HAMON thickening of the JI or that appear to be hollow.
• NIE FUKASHI: clumps of minute crystals NIE.
IRO • NIE: NIE number that gather in large portions of the HAMON.
• NIE-O Itom WAKERU: NIE along each side of the typical HAMON spadai Izumi.
Kaer Tsukai • NIE: NIE on BOSH that seem to "impede the return."
MASARU • NIE: NIE distributed throughout the HAMON from base to tip.
• Niemi Ataru: consolidations of NIE on HAMON and JI SOSHU blades.
NODE • NIE: NIE thickening of the blades of Izumo.
OI • NIE: NIE second line above the blades of the HAMON Kikuchi.
SADAM • NIE: NIE groups scattered areas along the blade.
SUJI • NIE: NIE scattered line approximately parallel to the 5 SUN HAMON.
Sutee • NIE: NIE hardening line on the surface of the blades SOSHU.
• NIE-TORI MIDATSU: NIE disorderly distributed along the HAMON.
• NIHONBI: a pair of grooves on the blade, the same as FUTATSUJIBI.
• NIJUBA: HAMON double, a second line near the base of the blade.
• NIJUBA KUISAGARU: BOSH line that splits, one of the two fold down.
• Niju BOSH: a kind of double line on BOSH blades Chikuzen Sat.
• Niju SAGE: SAGE 8 shaku long.
• OKI NIKU: degree of roundness of the blade surface:
1) Hiraniku Ari surface rather regular round bends
2) Hiraniku Sukunashi: a bit rounded 'child but always regular
3) Ari Haniku: as above but with greater curvature near the HASAKI
4) Haniku Sukunashi: similar to the third type, but with greater curvature near the shinogi
• NIOI: NIE crystals similar to but smaller and darker, the HAMON NIOI or may consist of filaments parallel or even NIOI NIOI can be mixed with the NIE, is regarded positively the presence of both crystallization on HAMON.
• NIOI RPM: lack of NIOI, is considered a defect.
• NIOI Namia: HAMON small undulations of the blades of NIOI Bizen.
• NIOI SHIMARU: restricted line NIOI.
• NIE-NIOI FUKASHI: wide area NIOI and NIE.
• NISE: false.
• NISE MEI: signature false.
• nodachi: TACHI "pitched" worn by senior officers.
• nodachi Naoe Sword "pitched" old with straight handle.
• NOGIHADA: Hada grain of rice seems ears.
• NOKOGIRI opp. NOKOHA: HAMON sawtooth.
• NAMES IRE: top of Habak.
Noran • BA: HAMON floating spiked oblique Mino Kaneuji school.
• NORO: slags from iron smelting.
• NOSHIBA: BOSH without Kaer, follows the curvature of the tip to Mune.
• NOTE: HAMON corrugated can be large, medium, small or irregular.
• OBI KARAM: methods of lead (and bind) the sword through the OBI.
• O-Choji: HAMON to Choji large.
• O-dachi: blade type TACHI long by four to five shaku.
• OGIBA: HAMON fan-shaped mixed with HITATSURA, is located on the blades and Sadamune Masamune.
• Ô-ergonomics: ergonomics with wide HAMON.
• Oino-dachi: long sword carried on his back, the same as seoi TACHI.
• OISUSUKI: HAMON irregular near the tip becomes more regular.
• O-KATANA history includes a long blade and heavy, then a long sword.
• OKIN Buka: a term for the old look of blades Kagemitsu.
• OKIN GOKORO: term applied to the blades of the school Awataguchi that gave the sensation of an old man. "
• OKIN Hige: BOSH school SÔSHÛ Shintogo Kunimitsu that resembled the "mustache of an old man."
• OKIN Mitsuko: old Ko-Bizen blades and is given "the look of an old man."
• OKITE: signs of partial removal of the clay that covers the blade, using a spatula iron before quenching.
• OKITSUCHI: Additional clay used in the process of tempering.
• Ô-KOSHIGATANA: great time with silver frame, it speaks in a poem of 1200.
• Omid: HAMON design of extremely irregular.
• ÔMIHAKASHI: honorific name given to a sword carried by the Emperor.
• Omobono: HAMON NIOI double line that is located on the blades Bizen and Mino Seki.
• OMOTO: (front) the front (outside) of a blade when it is brought, is the side which bears the signature, the opposite is called URA (to) usually bears the date, if any, side OMOTO a KATANA is opposite to that of a tachi.
• O-NIE: NIE diamonds that can be found on the blades through hardened tradition SÔSHÛ.
• ON KEN: Wakizashi same term, originally stood for a blade hidden in the clothes.
• ONNAMOCHI Daishi: Daishi won a special Daimyo from his wife.
• Ô-NOTE: HAMON extensive waves.
• Awad NI NEVER RE: method of forging the blade to "two plates" of metal.
• Awad ORI SAN MAI: method of forging the blade to "three plates" of metal.
• ORIGAMI: (literally folded paper) certificate of authenticity (they are usually written by famous experts, see MEKIKI).
• ORIGAMI Daichi: book they are registered certificates (ORIGAMI) authenticity of the blades.
• ORIKAESHI MEI: signature on the blade tang which is shortened while the same is folded on the opposite side, sometimes this procedure was used to make it look like a real forgery.
• ORIKAESHI SAN MAI: a particular method of forging.
• HAS NO ORIKANE: HAMON small square which is on the lower parts of blades SÔSHÛ Hiromitsu.
• ORIKOGI KITA: the method for stacking (and wire) pieces of iron (TAMAHAGANE) for forging.
• Oroshi: Mune surface.
• Oroshi DOE: the deep curvature of the blades Ko-Bizen.
• Oroshi Tetsu: iron liquid spilled on the ground and hardened.
• OSAMA TACHI: swords TACHI type offered in temples.
• Ô-Seki NIE: NIE on HAMON and JI blades BINGO.
• Ô-Sepp: large cut shims that are located on either side of tsuba.
• OSHIGATA: cast on paper signed by a sword.
• OSHIGATA ZUMI: block of dry ink that is used for OSHIGATA.
• Oshi Hada opp. Oshi MONO: grain surface that seems clear silver.
• Ô-shinai: lack of a blade.
• OSORAKO TSUKURI: wakizashi with a thin tip very long.
• Ô-SUJI-CHIGAI: big signs on the diagonal NAKAGO file.
• Ô-suriage: shortened blade has completely lost the original tang.
• Ô-tachi: TACHI very long, five or six shaku.
• OTO: TACHI same deadline.
• OTO RYO: iron to forge the blade that comes to a swordsmith by the government.
• Otoshi ZASHI: TACHI flow almost vertically through the OBI.
• O-Wakizashi: a wakizashi longer than normal, almost 2 shaku.
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• No Rakka SUYE: HAMON that starts wide and irregular at the base before becoming entitled to the tip.
• Ryobi: two blade wires, similar to MOROHA.
• RYÔGOSHI: a sword of war and a dagger worn on the hip.
• RYÔJIRI The two flat surfaces outside of a groove (HI) that are on shinogi JI.
• Ryu: horimono dragon-shaped.
• RYÛNOME: large patches scattered here and on the blade.
• Ryuga Choji: Choji design that resembles a dragon heads.
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• Sabaki-GASHIRA: the end of the line that divides BOSH, is located on the blades CHIKUSHÛ SA and his son.
• SABIDORO: clay coated blade ready for hardening.
• Sádaba: irregular designs spread across the blade.
• SAGE-Fuda: certificates (Origami) issued by the family Honami blade of less than 5 gold pieces.
• SAGE I: ancient method of forging when the swordsmith prepared from the raw metal itself.
• SAGE: string or ribbon (usually silk) KURIGATA attached to the side of the scabbard.
• SAGE TACHI: how to wear TACHI during the call.
• SAGE-Zaya: short sword hanging from the side of Monaco.
• Saidani: one of the cutting tests, see KIRITAMESHI.
• Saiha opp. SAIB opp. SAIJIN: a sharp refreshed.
• Saito: sword refreshed, the same as or DENAORI SAIB.
• SAKA-ASHI: HAMON ASHI pointing to the BOSH.
• SAKA-ASHI No UP: drawing marks on the surface that comes to YAKIBA.
• SAKA-Choji: Choji who lean toward the base of the blade.
• SAKA-ergonomics: ergonomics tilted.
• SAKA-MIDARE: HAMON irregular tilted toward the base of the blade.
• SAKA-TE: hold a sword with the tip downward.
• SAKAZUNO: small hook that can be found on the many and Saya Wakizashi.
• SAKI: NAKAGO the end of a sword.
• SAKI-HABA: width of a blade to kissaki.
• SAKI-Zori: a blade curvature more pronounced toward the tip.
• SAKU: made from ...; SAKU KORE: did this.
• SAKU: a chord engraved on the blade, a symbol of the Buddhist deity Fudo.
• SAME opp. SAME-gawa: skin from the belly of a variety of breed that is used to cover the wood and sometimes TSUKA of Saya; ARA SAME: SAME crude FOR SAME: SAME dyed blue was used on frames for the elderly.
• SAMONJI: characters written upside down on NAKAGO.
• samurai warriors in the service of feudal lords before 1870.
• SANBONSUGI: HAMON shaped repeating groups of 3 cedar trees; of Kanemoto.
• Sangen-BA: HAMON zigzag pointed Mino Seki Kanemoto.
• SANKO TSUKA KEN: KEN type sword (Tsuruga) with a handle shaped Buddhist Vajra.
• SANMAI-kita: Forged 3-layer method.
• Sasha-gatana: Wakizashi medium length.
• Sasha-OMOTO: one side of the blade, see: Haki-OMOTO, OMOTO, URA.
• SASHIRYO Muki: the estimates of the blades in excess of the 50 gold pieces that were worn on special occasions by the Daimyo.
• Sasha-UTSUMUKU: Mune much with his bent toward the wire.
• SASHIZOE: taking a second sword.
• SASUGA: Short dagger dagger from his pocket, see Sasha-gatana.
• Saya: sheath of Japanese weapons.
• Saya-ate: to "crashing" the sliders one way to challenge to fight.
• SAYAGAKI means all the entries on a SHIRA Saya describing the blade contained, is deemed authentic only if it also bears the signature or attestation (KAKIHAN) of a recognized authority.
• SAYAGUCHI: the opening of the sheath which is inserted into the blade.
• SAYAMAKI SASHIYO: a way of bringing a knife inserted Objection.
• SAYASHI means the manufacturer of Saya (scabbard).
• Seki BA: HAMON irregularly sharp blades on Mino Seki.
• Seki-Gane: small pieces of copper included in NAKAGO ANA, the central opening of the Tsuba to fine tune this to the blade of the same name is also given to soft metal inserts surrounding Kozuka KOGA ANA and the ANA.
• Seki KEN HO: ancient stone knives.
• SEMI Hada: grain surface similar to the wings of a cicada, maybe it's artificial.
• SENA: the ribs of a sword, even the edge of the back.
• SENSUKI: planing end of a blade before the tempering process.
• SENTETSU: raw metal used in the manufacture of a blade.
• seoi TACHI: heavy TACHI large scale war on the back.
• Sepia: the name of each of the two shims (washers) which serve as garnish Tsuba.
• Seven Sword type TACHI lauded by the Emperor to a general at the beginning of a campaign.
• Shaku: measure length, 30.3 cm. (Foot Japanese).
• SHI: teacher, master craftsman.
• SHIAGE: various finishing processes in the manufacture of a blade.
• SHIHÔZUME KITA: rolling forging method.
• SHIMABA: tempering zones outside the HAMON.
• SHIMARU: HAMON dense compressed.
• SHIMOTSU TACHI: sword given as a gift for the new year or at weddings.
• Shinai: transverse cracking read with a blade.
• SHINAHI Oshii: hardening line in the last 15 cm. similar to the BOSH.
• shinai-uchi: fencing with bamboo swords (the sword itself.)
• SHIN-Gane: mild steel that is in the center of a blade.
• shinogi: ribbing that is (usually) on both sides of a blade.
• shinogi HIKUSHI: shinogi the flat surface.
• shinogi JI: shinogi between the surface and Mune.
• shinogi SUJI: ribbing that keeps the NAKAGO.
• SHINOGITAKASHI: shinogi a pronounced, the same as shinogi TAKAKU.
• shinogi-zukuri: blade made twice shinogi (the blade more typical).
• No KURIKARA SHIN: horimono a dragon coiled around a blade.
• SHIKOMI-zue: bamboo stick with an inserted blade.
• Shinto: new swords, the blades are so called built between 1596 and 1800, differ considerably in the method of forging than KOTO (antique swords, before 1596).
• SHIN-Shinto: new neo-swords: those forged between 1800 and 1870, those manufactured after 1870 are named after the period in which they were made, namely the Meiji, Taisho, Showa. Modern swords are called Gendarmes and include some made Showa era. These terms do not include blades or machines that are called Gunta Kaito. Only the blades prior to 1870 can be called "samurai sword" (before the edict of Emperor Meiji decreed that end, the blade forged today with the traditional methods are called Shinsakuto).
• SHI TSUKURI no opp. SASA TSUKURI: a type of tachi.
• Shirakami Hada: thin lines like hair found in the Hada spadai AWA.
• SHIRAKERU: white steel.
• Shiraki UTSURI: reflection whitish spots in the JI.
• SHIRA-Saya: sheath white sheath usually made of natural wood preservative wood magnolia (who is white).
• Shirushi no Tsurugi: same as Seven.
• SHITA Kaji: blacksmith specializing in metallic liner.
• SHITA KITA: the forging process based on heating, hammering and bending steel.
• SHITANJI KEN: a ceremonial sword with frame in rosewood.
• Shobu Oshii: leaf-shaped blade iris of the province of BINGO.
• Shobu-RE: defect caused by overheating of a knife until nearly the melting point.
• Shobu TSUKURI: blade type Shobu, shinogi it comes to the tip without the presence of Yokota.
• SHÔSEI KEN: frame made according to ancient Chinese rules.
• SHOT: (L. small sword) generic name of swords between 1 and 2 shaku, like the Wakizashi.
• Show to: swords hand forged Showa era (1926-1989), are not included GUNT.
• Shug: TACHI that was delivered to a general at the beginning of a shipment.
• SHUMOKU RIDE: the assembly of various types of steel at the beginning of a forging.
• SHURE KEN: a throwing knife.
• SHUSSE Dogu: increasing the value of a blade manufactured by the presence of a certified family Honami.
• SOE YAKIBA: a second HAMON Nobukuni the blades of the province of Yamashiro.
• SÔMENBA: SUNAGASHI along the numerous lines that appear HAMON noodles.
• SO HAS No: ancient term for large irregular HAMON.
• SO No KURIKARA: horimono a highly stylized dragon.
• SO Mune: Mune round.
• SORI: curvature of a Japanese blade.
• SORIBUSE: softening curve for a hammering.
• SORI FUKASHI: deep curvature.
• soro-MONO: set of harness for a sword, the term is also used for a pair of swords.
• No SORI Naoshi KATA: methods to change the curvature of a blade.
• SORI TSUKE: method to obtain the curvature of a blade during the forging.
• SUGA-MAKI: see SUGEMAKI.
• SUDAREBA: HAMON like a "bamboo gate" accompanied by lines of "sand shaped by the waves" on each side of HAMON.
• ABOUT KEN: KEN etched on a blade.
• SUGUBA: HAMON right, parallel to the edge of a blade.
• SUGUBA ASHI-IRI: SUGUBA with ASHI or with vertical notches (always towards the line).
• SUGUBA Gyaku ASHI: SUGUBA with ASHI inclined.
• SUGUBA NI CHU NIOI KUZURE: presence of irregular NIOI on a HAMON.
• SUGU-KOZURE-HA: HAMON right with clumps (of NIE).
• SUGU-KUICHIGAI-HA: HAMON law with breaks.
• SUGEMAKI opp. SUGA-MAKI: Steel fabric that resembles the "willow leaf" of the school Yamashiro.
• SUGUBA HOTSURE: HAMON law somewhere that has "frayed."
• SUGUNI MIDAREBA: HAMON law with small irregularities.
• SUGUNI Nezumi ASHI: HAMON right ASHI small mouse-shaped legs - Bitchu AOE.
• SUGU UTSURI: UTSURI law.
• SUGI SAKI: BOSH that divides the tops of cedars as seen in the distance.
• SUHAMA: formations found on a semi-oval or YAKIBA on HITATSURA.
• SUJIGANE: hardening lines (which appear) on golden blades Nagamitsu Bizen.
• Suki: tool for roughing after the hammering of a blade (much like a large scraper plane European type with double handle).
• Suki Hada: dark spots that may appear on JI School Bitchu blades.
• Sumi Gomori: a type of defect that could have a knife.
• SUN: Japanese inch (equal to 3.03 cm), one tenth of Shaku.
• SUNAGASHI: HAMON lines that appear on the sand dunes produced water.
• SUNOBE: hammered steel bar from which the sword is forged.
• SUN-Nobi (L. stretched a SUN) longer than the norm, the term applies to the many and the wakizashi.
• Off SADAM: BOSH irregular, often with deep end "frayed."
• suriage: shortened blade; all or part of NAKAGO is cut.
• suriage MONO: a shortened blade; sometimes NAKAGO was shortened and reshaped to make it appear that produced by a famous swordsmith, which was then engraved with the name on NAKAGO itself, to increase the value of a blade.
• suriage NAKAGO: the NAKAGO a blade shortened.
• SURUME HORSE: A type of forging more brisk, which makes it look like the folds of metal strips of cuttlefish cooked (and annoyed).
• SUYAKI KITA: light white line that runs to the center of a surface.
• SUYE HAS A method of forging.
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• Tabán: Operation of repeated folding and hammering the steel to purify and increase the carbon content.
• Tabán MONO: A method of forging poor NARA also called MONO.
• TACHI: A generic term for all the swords that are carried hanging at his side.
• TACHI bukuro opp. KEN bukuro: envelope swords (usually brocade).
• TACHI Hagi: palace guards who brought the tachi.
• tachi no HAKIYÔ: how to establish and carry a tachi.
• Kake TACHI: rack or support for TACHI.
• TACHI KAKI: simulation of a blow with the tachi in a dance.
• TACHI MEI: signature that is on the outside with a knife when you reach (his belt).
• tachi no SUNSHAKU: TACHI measure that includes a sheath and handle.
• TACHO: cord to attach a blade to reach his side.
• TACHIRYÔ: list of materials and labor required for the manufacture of a sword and its fittings.
• TADARE Hada: rough surface of the blade type.
• Tagan Makura: small smudges around the chisel strokes that make up a signature.
• KOGA TAIFU opp. Wari KOGA: KOGA done in two parts that can be used as chopsticks.
• taiken: to bring a sword belt.
TAKA HAS • no: hawk pen, signs the file NAKAGO shaped ceiling.
• No TAKA Tsumeb: claw of a hawk, oblique lines on HAMON
• TAKA YAMAGATA: NAKAGO bottom shaped like a small "U".
• Take No Hada KO: grain-like surface of a bamboo shoot.
• TAKENOKOZORI: Mune a short slightly curved blade to the wire.
• Take No Oshii: stains like pieces of paper along the HAMON, the term is also used for a straight grain like surface of the bamboo.
• TAKIOCHI: BOSH long return that looks like a waterfall.
• Take No gatana: fencing with bamboo swords.
• TAMABA: zone hardening like diamonds outside the main line or in the HAMON HITATSURA.
• TAMAGAKI MIDARE: HAMON formed by a series of beads connected by SUNAGASHI.
• No Uchi No TAMA TAMA: dark grains included in the HAMON other lighter.
• Tameshigiri: evidence of a cutting blade; KIRITAMESHI same meaning.
• tameshi MEI: inscription in gold on NAKAGO that describes the type of shear test and the author thereof.
• TAME TOGIBORI: signature engraved with a chisel and round-bottomed grooves polished.
• Tanag HARA: NAKAGO very similar in shape to the belly of a fish.
• TANJAKUBA: small rectangular patterns in a mixed HAMON to HITATSURA.
• BOTH: daggers less than one shaku long.
• TANZAKU KITA: the forging together several pieces of iron and steel for the quality of the construction of a suitable metal blade.
• Tate: a strip along the NIE HAMON found in the blades of Izumo.
• TATEWARE: a type of defect can have a blade.
• vertical load: type HAMON which takes its name from a village.
• TEGUSE Arum: lame or faked with obvious characteristics attributed to the great masters whose works have similar characteristics.
• TEKONE: iron handle attached to the steel block with which a blade factory.
• TENUKIO: dragon, the same as UDENUKI.
• To tunnel.
• TOBI-ASHI: NIE spots that seem footprints.
• TOBIDAMA: granular forms scattered on the surface of a blade.
• TOBIYAKI: rounded areas of hardening on JI.
• TOGARI: HAMON similar designs developed in the sawtooth.
• TOGI: the sharpening of swords - the modern polish that did not begin by 1625.
• TOGI MEI: signature of politore drawn with a needle at the base of a blade.
• TOGIYA: a politore.
• TOKO: working on a sword.
• Toran: HAMON to large waves.
• Tora no O Kaer: The Return of BOSH long as the tail of a tiger.
• Torii-zori: regular curvature of the blade-like upper part of the portal of a temple (Torii).
• TOSH: swordsmith
• Tosu: ancient short sword worn with the short dress.
• Tsuba: guard of the sword.
• Tsuba bukuro: cover-leather Tsuba purple.
• Tsuba Katana sword fighting with tsuba.
• Tsuba KASA MENUKI: metal pin to secure the screw through NAKAGO TSUKA.
• TSUBOMI Choji: HAMON of Choji Hôjôji Kunimitsu in the blades of the province of Tajima.
• TSUBUDOKORO: the large grains at the center of the SAME.
• Tsuchi: hammer to remove and put the pin (MEKUGI) fixing NAKAGO.
• Tsuchi Nuri BERA: special tool to remove the wet clay from a blade to create the various types of HAMON, may be of wood or metal.
• Tsuchi Nuri BY: block on which it is supported when the blade is covered with clay.
• Tsuchi BULLS: liquid clay to be applied on the blade before quenching to prevent the body from becoming too hot and this is partially removed on the wire.
• TSUGI NAKAGO: a system of falsification, no I GISAKU same meaning.
• TSUGIGIRI: killing the streets only to try a knife.
• TSUKA: handle blades.
• TSUKA bukuro: cover for the handle of the blade.
• TSUKA-GASHIRA: terminal knob of the handle the blades.
• TSUKA Gucha: housing in the handle which is inserted NAKAGO.
• TSUKA ITO: the ribbon of fabric with which the tie is made around the tsuki.
• TSUKKAKE Habak: Habak long and narrow.
• TSUKA MAKI: the ligature around the tsuki.
• Tsukai TACHI: TACHI of poor bill intended to serve as a gift.
• TSUKEO: a cord attached to the handle or guard.
• Tsuki no WA: crack on the tip of a blade-shaped quarter-moon (one of KIZU).
Tsukushi • Nagin: Nagin blade with the attack on the auction place laterally.
• TSUKURI: shape of the blades.
• TSUKURI-SUGU: a curved blade made of light.
• TSUKURI-Zori: blade made of a strong curvature.
• tsukuru opp. Zo: in fact, realized (from).
• TSUM wakizashi: the first stage of processing pieces of iron for steel.
• TSUNAGI TAMA: HAMON grain product group Naoe Shizu.
• TSUN-ZASHI: Sword of little value for everyday use.
• WAKASHI TSUN: the accumulation of bits of iron and steel on a spatula before the forging.
• TSURARA: literally ice; HAMON which has a thick and dense appearance of NIE.
• TSURARABA: Double or second HAMON of NIE along the main.
• Tsurugi: ancient name for the sword type KEN.
• Tsurumaki "spool" in which the rope is wrapped reserve the bow is tied on the same rope fixing the TACHI belt.
• TSUTSUGAESHI: forging a method corresponding to the period Tsutsui-Gita.
• Tsutsui-Gita: Poor forging method consisting of a piece of iron the length of the sword covered with a sheet steel and then finished in the usual manner.
• TSUYOGANE: quality steel blades school Chikuzen Sa; has deep color and brilliant.
TSUYO • Gita: texture like crushed ice that you see on the blades Mino generated excess heat.
• tsuyu: literally "ice" in the blades Yamashiro is produced from a mixture of steel more or less hard, the blade looks like a SUGUBA Mino with nodes scattered; Bizen blades in the "ice" can be seen between the designs of MIDARE.
• No tsuyu SADAM: droplets of dew on the blades that are brilliant Bizen.
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• UBUHA: HAMON weak or read lines on the blades unwind.
• UBU NAKAGO: original shank intact.
• UCHIAI Hada: The color is tarnished along the HAMON, situated on the school Chikuzen Sat.
• UCHIBI: furrow produced by hammering on the blade rather than engraving and is located on the blades Chikushû.
• UCHI gatana: long blade fighting with tsuba.
• UCHIKO: powder used for the maintenance of the blades.
• Uchikomi: mark left on a blade of a sword, the term is also used for deep wounds left by rust.
• Uchikomi Hada: artificial imitation of the grain of swords koto.
• UCHIMAKI: forging poor, similar to the term Tsutsui-Gita.
• UCHIMONO: an ancient term for long swords forged and tempered.
• UCHIMONO-SHI: swordsmith.
• No Uchi KE: small lines in the shape of crescent moon formed from NIE, the blades are large spadai.
• UCHIZORI: SORI reversed, the curvature is directed toward the wire.
• UDENUKI: dragon, cord or ribbon to tie a sword in his wrist.
• UKIKEN: horimono relief of KEN into a groove and is located mainly on the blades Chikuzen.
• UKIKUMO Hada: like clouds billowing white stains on the blades Suwô.
• UKI MENUKI: MENUKI that are outside the slur, the same as Hari Menuki.
• UKI WAKI: silver stains mixed with HAMON of Choji and are located on the blades of Moriiye.
• Ukyo TSUKA: hardwood handle in imitation of old styles.
• UMABARI: scalpel for horses used to let the gas vent fermentation of grass eaten too fresh with dew.
• UMANOHABA: HAMON shaped teeth of a horse.
• HUMAN HAMID: as above but more irregular is the Masamune blade and Sadamune.
• UMAR SHITA: blade of poor workmanship.
• UMEGANE: small holes on a plugged with steel blade.
• UNOKUBI-zukuri: shinogi surface that covers approximately one third of the length of the blade.
• URA: the side of the sword found near the body when it is taken, what a KATANA is the opposite of what the tachi.
• URA HAS: HAMON secondary line sometimes intermittent.
• No URA NAMI: effect of HAMON like waves breaking on the sand.
• URIZANE: MEKUGI ANA-oval, oval holes, even pumpkin-shaped.
• UROKOGATA: NIE-shaped fish scales with irregular appendages.
• Uruma-GOKORO: YAKIBA watery color lines indistinct.
• URUMU: a blade was bad, dirty and not sharp.
• UTSUMUKU: Mune curvature toward the wire, can only be found on many or wakizashi.
• UTSURI: reflection; weak lines in the JI, which seem to reflect the HAMON.
• uzu Hada: texture similar to eddies in the water.
• UZUMAKI Hada: small grain-like vortices in JI and YAKIBA.
• UZUMOKU: texture similar to wood with small vortices.
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• WAKASHI NAKAGO: Artificial aging NAKAGO heating until nearly the melting point.
• WAKASHINOBE: one of the intermediate stages of forging.
• WAKE No MOKUYAKI: grain similar to wood scattered along the HAMON.
• WAKI: the boundary between JI and YAKIBA.
• WAKI-KUZURE: Break HAMON and BOSH.
• Wakizashi Sword of medium length, between 1 and 2 shaku.
• No Wakizashi TACHI: old term for wakizashi.
• WARIHA-Gita, which forms the steel wire inserted into the body softer than the sword.
• Wari KOGA: KOGA divided into 2 sticks shaped food.
• WARIKOMI KITA: forging a hasty method; it also uses the term WARIHA-Gita.
• Watashi no ROPE: small spots formed by NIE with golden hues, typical of Bizen blade.
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• YAGEN-DOSHI: a blade suitable for short break armor.
• YAHAZU-MIDARE: MIDARE to nock the arrow, similar to "dovetail".
• YAKEMONO: blade damaged by fire, the color of the JI is similar to ice and Hamon and indistinct.
• YAKIBA: the surface hardened around the wire.
• YAKIBA No I mean the practice of applying the clay on the blade to harden copper wire serves to prevent overheating of the body of the blade to reduce the thickness of the wire allows one to obtain the higher heating quenching and its form depends on the design of the HAMON.
• YAKIBA MODOSHI: Operation of discovery after the quenching to reduce the fragility of the wire.
• No YAKIBA tokushu Naru SHO: "extensions" of HAMON coming to touch the wire.
• YAKIBA Tsuchi: mixture of chalk, with which the blades are coated to harden, with charcoal and stone powder.
• YAKIBA Watashi: hardening and tempering.
• YAKIDASHI: HAMON portion of the last 6-8 inches above the HAMACHI (the stretch of the blade called Habak MONO).
• YAKIGASHIRA: top (toward the JI) of HAMON.
• YAKIHABA HIROSHI: YAKIBA very large size.
• YAKIHABA SEMASHITA: YAKIBA small size.
• YAKIIRE: hardening of the blade.
• YAKIKUZURI: lack of significant interruption sometimes HAMON.
• YAKIMURA: irregular patches of grain on the newly forged blades.
• YAKINAOSHI: lame unwind.
• YAKINAOSHI UTSURI: the transaction is required to restore the NAKAGO a cold wet rag wrapped around the same, where the action stops cooling forms a light line.
• YAKIOTOSHI: hardening line that terminated before the base of the wire.
• YAKI-ZUME: BOSH ending on Mune no Kaer.
• YAMAGATANA, literally sword mountain hunting knife.
• No Yamaji HAS: wide and narrow lines blended into a corrugated HAMON.
• YAMATOJI: broken lines in the YAKIBA spadai KAIBU.
• YAMATO Kaer: BOSH typical rounded blades YAMATO.
• YAMATO NAMI: small rounded lines accompanying a corrugated HAMON.
• YAMAZAKURA: HAMON Choji that seem small cherry blossoms.
• No YAMAZAKURA MIDARE: HAMON to Choji like cherry blossoms.
• Yame: a notch on the blade caused by an arrowhead.
• No TACHI YAN: The sword carried by the Emperor in the inauguration.
• YANONE: arrowhead.
• YARI: spear Futamoto Yari, two points; Mitsumoto Yari, 3 points.
• YARI gatana: same as Yari.
• Yasur opp. Yasur ME: Signs of file on NAKAGO; various types.
• Yasur Kiri: NAKAGO file that shows signs of signs instead of hammering.
• YATSUKANO Tsurugi: antique swords eight long spans.
• Asobi Yawar: long and slender blades of Kunimitsu in the province of Tajima.
• YAWARAKATA: strips of soft-looking swordsmith Hatakeda of Bizen.
• Yo leaves, small patterns or lines YAKIBA detached from HAMON like small leaves.
• No Yokomo KITA: drawings that appear on the surface reflections on the blades of the swordsmith Bizen Kanemitsu.
• Yokomo UTSURI: same Yokomo No Kita.
• Yokota: line that separates the blade from the tip.
• Yokota SHITA: the small portion of the surface under the Yokota.
• Yokota UYE: the small portion of the surface above the Yokota.
• YOKOTEGIRI: wide horizontal slash brought a sword.
• YOKO UTSURI: horizontal surface reflection of the HAMON.
• YOKOYASURI: grain surface similar to signs of horizontal file.
• Yori ITO: HAMON SUGUBA thin as a thread, is located on the blades of Bizen and BITCHU.
• YORO DOSHI: Just to break through the armor called METAZASHI.
• YOSENAMIBA: HAMON like waves breaking on the beach seems bloated and irregular.
• Yoshino-gawa: design of a HAMON to cherry blossoms floating on the Yoshino River.
• YOTSUME YUI: four groups of four spots on each blade of Bizen Moriiye.
• YUAI: the effect of the heating and cooling in the tempering process.
• YUAI GOKORO: NIE strong and striking on the blades YAMATO.
• YUAI Hada: a dark blue line that appears above the swordsmith HAMON of Sa.
• YUBASHIRI: areas, spots or weak areas clear hardening of hardened metal.
• YUCHIGAIMONO: second tempering operation that does not completely remove the first.
• YUKAGEN: Secret temperature water which is cooled by quenching the blade in the transaction.
• YUGAWARIMONO: hardening operation when the first fails, the result is a porous surface that contains lines "sandy."
• YUKICHIGAI NIE: NIE along the lines that overlap HAMON.
• Yukon: light design gems like the blades of Sanemori province Hoki.
• YUZURI Dogu: sword or other objects transformed into seals.
• ZAI MEI: blade engraved with the name of the swordsmith.
• ZANGURI: Nashiji Hada (a pear pulp) rather coarse.
• Zoto-I: methods of forging
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