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And, as creative as we, Pinoys, are, we have developed special terms to make communication inside the volleyball court more effective and more fun. If you are new to volleyball, here’s a list of volleyball jargons that most Pinoys use especially in amateur games (larong kalye): Positions. Dos – Outside Hitter. Tres – Middle Blocker
How to say "Volleyball" in Tagalog and in 32 More languages. Hungarian röplabda. Korean 배구. Castilian Spanish el voleibol. Japanese バレーボール. French le volley-ball. Mandarin Chinese 排球. Italian la pallavolo. German der Volleyball.
– Any volleyball game with people who don’t really know how to play volleyball. A common euphemism for this type of game is “Picnic Volleyball.” JUMP SERVE – A serve that is started by the server tossing the ball into the air and jumping into and hitting the ball in its downward motion. JOUST – When 2 opposing players are simultaneously
Spike: One of the volleyball terms for a hit or attack. Strong Side: A right handed player hitting from left front, or a left handed player hitting from left front creates a strong sided attack. Stuff: A ball blocked directly back into the attacker and subsequently drops to the floor.
Volleyball rule violations; Volleyball terms and definitions; Indoor volleyball court dimensions; How to Play Volleyball. A volleyball game consists of two teams of six players each, separated by a net. The six volleyball court positions are setter, middle blocker, outside hitter, opposite hitter, libero and serving specialist.
Volleyball Lingo: "Kong Block". Assist: This is when a player sets up a teammate with a pass, set or dig so that the teammate can spike the ball and earn a point for the team. Free Ball: An easy ball for the opposing team to play. Joust: When two players from opposite teams meet above the net to contact the ball.
This is a list of common volleyball lingo, slang and jargon terms. # 4-2 5-1 6-2. A. Ace Antenna Approach Attack Block. B. Back Row Attack Beach Dig Beer Blash Block City Bump Pass Butter. C. Campfire Chicken Wing Cobra Cut Shot. D. Deep Dish Dig Dink Dinosaur-Dig Double Block Double Contact Double Hit Dump. E. End-Line. F. Fishing Five-One Flare Flipper Float Serve Four-Two Free Ball. G. Goofy. H.
21 vs 15: To win a match, a team must win 2 out of 3 sets. Each set goes to 21 points, but you must win by 2 and there is no cap (we have had matches go 32-30). If each team wins one set, they enter the third set which only goes to 15 points (again, win by 2 with no cap).