verb (used with object)
Origin of jujitsu
Examples from the Web for jiujitsu
The writer added that jiujitsu was exactly the same as the English wrestling, with a few different tricks.'
This will explain why no Occidental, even a champion wrestler, has ever succeeded in defeating a Japanese jiujitsu man.
We do not like our jiujitsu to be confounded with it, though Western people sometimes call it by that name.
Hence a great difference in the social position of jiujitsu experts and wrestlers.
There are many schools, I mean styles, of jiujitsu, and naturally some are older than others.
jujutsu or jiujutsu
Word Origin for jujitsu
also ju-jitsu, 1875, from Japanese jujutsu, from ju "softness, gentleness" (from Chinese jou "soft, gentle") + jutsu "art, science," from Chinese shu, shut.