|(Sumo) wrestler||相撲取り [すもうとり]|
|allowance paid by the Sumo Association to sumo coach for each wrestler in his stable||稽古場経費 [けいこばけいひ]|
|bill, account; very successful amateur sumo wrestler, allowed to start professional career in makushita division||付け出し [つけだし]|
|bill, account; very successful amateur sumo wrestler, allowed to start professional career in makushita division||付出し [つけだし]|
|candidate for Yokozuna rank in sumo, ozeki-rank sumo wrestler trying to attain the rank of yokozuna||綱取り [つなとり]|
|chanko restaurant, often owned by former sumo wrestler||ちゃんこ屋 [ちゃんこや]|
|clothes sumo wrestler wears when he has his belt on||ドロ着 [ドロぎ]|
|dazzling victory; win of rank-and-file sumo wrestler over the grand champion||金星 [きんぼし]|
|drowned body of a person (after sumo wrestler Narusegawa Dozaemon)||土左衛門 [どざえもん]|
|expensive to rent; sumo wrestler ranked too high for his abilities||家賃が高い [やちんがたかい]|
|female sumo wrestling, female sumo wrestler||女相撲 [おんなずもう]|
|first tournament for a sumo wrestler||初土俵 [はつどひょう]|
|former ozeki-ranked sumo wrestler returning to that rank||返り大関 [かえりおおぜき]|
|highest ranked wrestler in a sumo stable||部屋頭 [へやがしら]|
|horse native to Hokkaido; person born and raised in Hokkaido; sumo wrestler of Hokkaidan ancestry||道産子 [どさんこ]|
|junior sumo wrestler allowed to practice attack on his senior (practise)||胸を借りる [むねをかりる]|
|juryo division sumo wrestler who will be promoted to makuuchi||幕に上がる [まくにあがる]|
|local sumo wrestler, crowd favourite, crowd favorite||御当地相撲 [ごとうちずもう]|
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