1. A term used occasionally to refer to the jujutsu form taught by Morihei UESHIBA in the 1920s and early 1930s. The Daito-ryu scroll given to Minoru MOCHIZUKI by Ueshiba in June 1932 bears an Aikijujutsu seal. 2. An abbreviated term used loosely to refer to the DAITO-RYU AIKIJUJUTSU of Sokaku TAKEDA. Its use in this sense is most frequent outside of Japan. 3. Aiki techniques performed in a hard, jujutsu-like manner used in contrast to the softer, rounded techniques of aikido.