Ikkyo 1. principle = oshi taoshi, ude osae
Nikyo 2. principle = kote mawashi, kotemaki
Sankyo 3. principle = kote hineri, shibori-kime
Yonkyo 4. principle = tekubi osae
Gokyo 5. principle = kuji-osae
Rokkyo 6. principle = hiji-kime-osae or waki-katame or ude-hishigi.
Nanakyo 7. principle = Yonkyo applied to back of wrist
Hakyo 8. principle = kote-ori-kakae-kimi, kuji-dori = Nikyo in which his elbow is in your armpit and his hand is pulled forward; Pinning their hand with your foot
Kukyo 9. principle = Inverted nanakyo
Irimi nage Entering throw ("20 year technique")
Juji nage, juji garami Arm entwining throw ("No. 10 throw", since the arms form the japanese sign for 10 "+". arms crossed, elbows locked)
Kaiten nage Rotary throw. uchi-kaiten nage and soto-kaiten nage (inside and outside)
Kokyu ho morotetori kokyu nage or ryotemochi kokynage ude-oroshi irimi
Kokyu nage Breath throw (There are a zillion of these in Aikido. Most of them just variations of the basic techniques)
Koshi nage Hip throw
Kote gaeshi Wrist turn-out
Shiho nage Four direction throw
Tenchi nage Heaven and earth throw
Aiki otoshi entering more deeply and picking up uke's off-side leg
Maki otoshi nage ends up down on one knee, having thrown uke over nage's shoulder
Sumi gaeshi corner throw
Sumi otoshi Corner drop
Tai-atari uchi otoshi from yokomen-uchi, entering and blocking.,uke gets thrown backwards
Ushiro udoroshi pull down from behind
Kokyu dosa Breath-power movement (from seiza)
Ganseki otoshi Arm bar with elbow braced over shoulder
Katagatame A variation of Kaiten nage where you lock your opponents shoulder and bring him directly to the ground in a lock