dojo

[ doh-joh ]
/ ˈdoʊ dʒoʊ /

noun, plural do·jos.

a school or practice hall where karate, judo, or other martial arts are taught.

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Origin of dojo

1940–45; < Japanese dōjō Buddhist seminary, drill hall < MChin transliteration of Sanskrit bodhi-maṇḍa literally, seat of wisdom (equivalent to Chinese dàochǎng)

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British Dictionary definitions for dojo

dojo
/ (ˈdəʊdʒəʊ) /

noun plural -jos

a room or hall for the practice of martial arts

Word Origin for dojo

C20: from Japanese dōjō Buddhist seminary, from Sanskrit bodhi-manda seat of wisdom
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