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  *拳* | 拳* | *拳
fist / boxing
shadowboxing or Taiji, T'aichi or T'aichichuan / traditional form of physical exercise or relaxation / a martial art
Tekken (video game)
Muay Thai - "Thai fist" - Martial Art
earnest / sincere
to make a fist
finger-guessing game / rock-paper-scissors game / morra
to cup one fist in the other hand (as a sign of respect)
to do shadowboxing
Nanquan - "Southern Fist" (Chinese Martial Art)
Yongchun - "Singing Spring Fist" (Chinese martial art)
Cha Quan - "Cha Fist" - Martial Art
empty hand, empty fist (idiom); having nothing to rely on / unarmed and defenseless
the Righteous and Harmonious Fists / the Boxers (history)
Xingyiquan (Chinese martial art)
Ba Ji Quan "Eight Extremes Fist" - Martial Art
Gou Quan - "Dog Fist" - Martial Art
Changquan - Northern Shaolin (北少林) - Longfist - Martial Art
Fanziquan - "Overturning Fist" - Martial Art
finger-guessing game
Wuzuquan - "Five Ancestors" - Martial Art
hook (punch in boxing)
luohan quan / arhat boxing (kungfu style)
Long Xing Quan - "Dragon Fist" - Martial Art
Hei Hu Quan - "Black Tiger Fist" - Martial Art
Hua Quan - "Flowery Fist? Magnificent Fist?" - Martial Art
Hou Quan - "Monkey Fist" - Martial Art
baguazhang (a form of Chinese boxing)
Baihequan (Fujian White Crane) martial art form
showy boxing of no practical use / see 花拳繡腿|花拳绣腿
to thump repeatedly with one's fist
Piguaquan "Chop-Hanging Fist" (Chinese Martial Art)
Di Tang Quan - "Ground-Prone Fist" / "Ground Tumbling Boxing" - Martial Art
Meihua Quan - "Plum Blossom Fist" (Chinese Martial Art)
Bao Quan - "Leopard Fist" - Martial Art
Ying Zhua Fan Zi Quan - "Eagle Claw" - Martial Art
Ba Fa Quan "Eight Methods" - Martial Art
left hook and right hook (boxing) / the old one-two
Mizongyi, Mizong, My Jhong Law Horn - "Lost Track Fist" (Chinese Martial Art)
Pak Mei or Bak Mei - "White Eyebrow" (Chinese Martial Art)
variant of 划拳
Emeiquan / O Mei Ch'uan (kungfu style)
variant of 划拳
lit. to push up one's sleeves and bare one's fists / to be eager to get started
Beipai Tanglang Quan - "Northern Praying Mantis" (Chinese Martial Art)

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