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Jul 11, 2022

[Answer] The word “karate” is a combination of two words that mean what?

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...While it is unclear when karate was invented, its origins can be traced back to China. Developing throughout the centuries, by the 17th century, karate became systematized in the Ryukyu Islands in Japan (present-day Okinawa). The word "karate" originally meant "Chinese hand," in Japanese, but in the early 1930s, in the era of rising Japanese militarism and to reflect the Japanese influence on the martial art, the meaning of "karate" changed to "empty hand," while retaining its original pronunciation.




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Empty hand:


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