Ipponme - Mae
A single opponent to your front
Nihonme - Ushiro 
Single opponent to your rear
Hajime no Torei
Bowing to your katana - Beginning
Sanbonme - Ukenagaeshi
Single opponent to your left
The 12 basic forms of Iaido as established by the All Japan Kendo Federation
Yonhonme - Tsuka-ate
Two opponents, one in front, one behind
Gohonme - Kesagiri
One opponent to your front
Ropponme - Morotezuki
Two opponents, one to the front, one to the rear
Nanahonme - Sanpogiri
Three opponents, one in front, one to the left, and one to the right
Hachihonme - Ganmen-ate
Two opponents, one in front, one to the rear
Kyuhonme - Soetezuki
One opponent to your left
Jupponme - Shihogiri
Four opponents, one at each corner
Juipponme - Sogiri
One opponent to your front
Junihonme - Nukiuchi
One opponent to your front
Yame no Torei
Bowing to your katana - Ending

Iaido Kata
Seitei Iai Forms - Demonstrated by Noboru Ogura, Iaido Kyoshi - 8th dan
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