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Should we prefer English language for tags? (falling v. ukemi)

We currently have the ukemi, which is the Japanese martial arts term for falling technique. To be more English language friendly, should we make a falling and make ukemi a synonym? The current ...
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Gi and dogi should be synonyms of uniform

The tags gi and dogi should be synonyms of the English version uniform. These are all the same concept, and all current questions tagged uniform are also tagged gi. Revisiting this years later now. ...
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What is the difference between the flexibility and stretching tags?

Is there a purpose for stretching other than flexibility? Is there a way to achieve flexibility other than stretching? Both of these tags have empty wiki entries and are rarely used. I propose ...
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Acronym tags should be synonyms of full spelled-out tag

There is a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu question tagged with bjj and brazilian-jiu-jitsu with the former pointing to the latter. Likewise, mma (no questions are tagged with this) should also point to mixed-...
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Kick should be a synonym of kicking

This is an easy one. Please vote for synonym.
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tomiki-aikido tag

Tomiki named his "style" (in as much as he named it) Shodokan -- References here and here. So, I suggest we add a couple of synonymous tags: tomiki-aikido, sports-aikido, and shodokan-aikido. Or ...
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Style spellings?

Since many styles that are/will be discussed on this site are named using essentially Anglicized approximations of spoken words from Asian languages, how do we (or should we?) consolidate tags ...