Wing Chun Glossary
For pronunciation refer back to the Glossary.
NéuiH tò [female / ?] - female student.
NgH mòi [five / plum blossom(s), which is why the plum blossom design is often associated with wíHng chèun] - Chinese Buddhist nun who developed wíHng chèun during the Ching Dynasty.
NgoiH [outside, outer].
NgoiH mòoHn [outside, outer / door, gate] - outdoor area; opposite of: noiH mòoHn.
Noi moon see: noiH mòoHn
NoiH [inside, indoor].
NoiH mòoHn [inside, indoor / door, gate] - indoor area; opposite of: ngoiH mòoHn.
NoiH mòoHn chói [inside, indoor / door, gate / hammer] - inside gate punch (taking the inside line); see also: noiH mòoHn kyòoHn.
NoiH mòoHn kyòoHn [inside, indoor / door, gate / fist] - see also: noiH mòoHn chói.
NoiH sing [patience, perserverance].
Noy moon chuie see: noiH mòoHn chói
Noy sing see: noiH sing
Nuie toe see: néuiH tò
Nuk sáo [? / hand, arm] - freehand fighting practice in chee sáo; [see also: lut sáo?]
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