answersLogoWhite

0

What does kung ku mean?

Updated: 12/12/2022
User Avatar

Wiki User

14y ago

Best Answer

Kung fu literally means "skilled learned over time" or more simply "hard work". Traditionally a person skilled in just about anything had kung fu. Today it refers to the martial art coming from China or any martial art claiming influence from those arts. Hope this helps!

User Avatar

Wiki User

14y ago
This answer is:
User Avatar

Add your answer:

Earn +20 pts
Q: What does kung ku mean?
Write your answer...
Submit
Still have questions?
magnify glass
imp
Related questions

Is Kung Fu a martial art?

Yes, kung fu is a martial art. Today the Chinese refer to it as Wushu. Many of the martial arts in Southeast Asia trace their origins to Kung Fu. Martial art in China is Wushu not kung fu. Kung fu is a skill or development. Kung fu is a English term used for Chinese martial arts. Kung fu comes from the word Ku fu that pinyin translated to mean kung fu. Both words are used in ancient China, but in modern China wu means martial or military and shu means art. Martial arts in China were always called Wushu or Ku fu not the English term of kung fu. Martial art is skill or development also Ku fu is any skill or development not just martial arts. So learning any thing is Ku fu.


What does Ku mean in Japanese?

Ku: Sky


Parts and functions of Microsoft word 2007?

d ku alam kung paanu gawin yan ee....sorryy joke lng ...secret d ku sasavhin


What is ku po chicken?

Ku po chicken is Kung Pao chicken. This is a traditional Chinese dish that is a stir-fry dish made with a spicy chicken, peanuts, stir-fry vegetables, and chili peppers.


What are the ten example in saying?

Ewan ku kung aku nga alang mahanap eh aku pa tinatanong.... Hahahahehehe


What does Ku gatsu mean?

"Ku gatsu" is a Japanese word and in English it means "September"


What does the japanese word ku mean?

Without seeing the Kanji, I cannot definitively translate the 'ku' you are referring to. 'Ku' can mean several things, including 'nine,' 'ward,' 'section,' and 'pain.'


How did Kung Fu come into English language?

From the first person to translate it in pinyin it is called Kung fu. In China it is Ku fu which means the same thing. In China the term is really Wushu which means martial art. Ku fu is a term used for a skill or development. This also means any skill or development not just martial arts.


When you r texting what does ku mean?

Cool


What does waan ku tabayaa mean?

i miss you


What does da ku ra mean?

i think you mean dakara? it means, 'that's why'


What does e sa ku igbadun mean?

Continous enjoyment