imbroccata: a thrust with the hand pronated (knuckles forward, palm outward) passing over the opponent's hand and downward; also foin
inquartata: a sideways or backwards step with the rear foot together with a lowering of the body underneath the incoming blade, dropping the left hand to the ground for support, followed by a counterattack with line; also passata sotto. qv Vyvyan Broussard.
mandritta: a horizontal cut delivered with the palm upward and the knuckles leading, from right to left
punta riversa: a thrust with the hand in supination (knuckles down, palm inward), delivered from the inside line, passing on either side of the opponent's ward, usually delivered on a step
riversi: a horizontal cut delivered with the palm downward and the knuckles leading, from left to right
stoccata: a thrust with the hand supinated (knuckles down, palm inward) rising from underneath the opponent's ward; also thrust
stramazone: a vertical cut to the head, palm to the left