yuko


Also found in: Wikipedia.

yuko

(ˈjuːkəʊ)
n
a score of five points in judo obtained after completing a particular throw or after holding one's opponent for 15-20 seconds
Collins English Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged, 12th Edition 2014 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1994, 1998, 2000, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2014
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
It was designed by Yuko Nagayama, director of Yuko Nagayama and Associates and NTT facilities.
The Japan pavilion was designed by Yuko Nagayama, director of Yuko Nagayama and Associates and NTT facilities.
When mother Yuko (Hideo Hara) discovers that her reclusive son Koichi (Ryo Kase) has hanged himself in his room, she tries to cut the rope to save him but injures herself in the process of putting him down, causing her to lose consciousness.
His mother, Yuko (Hideko Hara), finds Koichi's body and she, in turn, is found unconscious, with irregular cuts on one arm, by her daughter, Fumi (Mai Kiryu).
Present were Sports CS Amina Mohamed, Japanese Ambassador Ryoicho Horie and his wife Yuko Horie, Japanese charges d'affaires Mitsuhiro Kobayashi and business magnate Manu Chandaria.
She told them, the distraught father said, that Mr Maima knocked someone down on his way from work and upon reaching home, he shot himself dead.Mr Miyare, who was accompanied by Mr Maima's elder brother Isaiah Yuko during the interview, said they do not buy into Dr Kagumba's account of events.
Yuko Nakauchi, from Tokyo, saw the film Un Nos Ola' Leuad, or One Moonlit Night, on Japanese TV in 1993.
Yuko said she is finding it difficult to understand why the Japanese cannot love their own country and why they do not study their country's own history as much as people overseas do.
Yuko Uchikawa is a martial artist, co-founder of RUCKUS and a graphic designer.
The referee only awarded a yuko - two rungs short of an ippon - but Howey continued to boss the bout, forcing Salaeva to concede a shido penalty before exacting the winning move.
Derry, from Mold, decided to take the plunge and try out the revolutionary Japanese hair straightening system Yuko, until recently only available to the likes of Aniston and co.