This is a glossary of terms used in fencing. Contents. A; B; C; D; E; F; G; H; I; J; K;
L; M; N; O; P; Q; R; S; T; V; W; Y; Z. A. Absence of blade: The situation in a ...
Advance: Taking a step towards one's opponent. Attack: Movement or series of
movements by which a fencer tries to score a point. In foil and saber, the fencer ...
Description of actions and items used in fencing with equivalents in French.
How to Understand Basic Fencing Terminology. If you're new to fencing or you're
"checking it out" to determine if it is the sport for you (and it is, if challenging ...
A glossary of terms commonly used in fencing. Absence of blade. when swords
are not in contact. Advance. to step forward. Aids. the last three fingers of the ...
This is a list of terms that we frequently use in Columbia Classical Fencing, LLC (
CCF). A few notes about this list is necessary. First, although it includes some ...
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Sep 11, 2016 ... Understand and appreciate the sport better by learning more about the common
terms and phrases used in fencing.
May 1, 2004 ... The following is a listing of several fencing terms. This glossary has been
compiled from official definitions from the International Fencing ...
threatening the opponent's target. Director - An American term describing the
presiding judge of a fencing bout (now Referee). Double touch - An event when ...