Dojo meaning

dō'jō
A school for training in Japanese arts of self-defense, such as judo and karate.
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A studio or room in which martial arts are taught.
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An open source library of JavaScript routines for writing JavaScript applications from the Dojo Foundation (www.dojotoolkit.org). It includes AJAX support, language localizations, pre-built and customizable "Dijit" window designs and "DojoX" extensions, the latter providing widgets for user interface objects, drawing and other functions. See JavaScript.
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(martial arts) A training facility, usually led by one or more sensei.
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Origin of dojo

  • Japanese dōjō art aikido place (from Middle Chinese trfiiaŋ) (also the source of Mandarin chǎng gathering place)
    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
  • From Japanese 道場 (dōjō どうじょう), from Middle Chinese 道場 (dáu-ɖjang "Buddhist or Daoist temple study hall"), from 道 ("Way") + 場 ("place", "grounds") (compare Mandarin dàochǎng 道场).
    From Wiktionary