"Fifth form": disarming of a knife attack by direct entry with two-handed grip of the lower arm, execution similar to NIKYO URA.
Elbow locking pin: "wrapping" Uke's striking arm and kneeling down backwards.
"Arm-stretching pin" or "first technique".
"Inner throw" with direct entry (irimi).
Free application of a number of techniques (usually to a given attack).
Disarming an uke who is attacking with a jo
"Arm-twisting cross-pin throw": tori grabs both of uke's wrists, while his arms are crossed, pin is against uke's ellbow.
Counter technique: uke transforms tori's technique without interrupting the flow by taking advantage of an opening in tori's movement or stance. For example, an ikkyo technique can be countered with an ikkyo by changing the position.
"Cut fall", downward throw with a cutting movement
Breathing power exercise and throw, usually from suwari-waza responding to the ryote-dori attack. The goal is to redirect and throw uke.
Kokyu-nage, Kokyu-nage-Naname, Ryote-dori
Breathing power throws, i.e. all techniques that do not use levers or grabs, but let uke's energy go past or redirect it using a simple contact.
Breath throw with direct entry into the partner (tachi-waza).
Kokyu-ho, Kokyu-nage, Sokumen-irimi-nage
"Reversed-wrist throw" - a technique where uke is thrown with a contact at the wrist. This is a very popular technique for break falls.
"Arm-turning pin" or "second form".
"Wrist-turning pin" or "third form".
Ikkyo, Nikyo, Uchi-kaiten-sankyo
Cutting exercise with bokken: cutting in all four directions
"Sword throw" or "four-direction throw".
See kokyu-nage naname.
"Spinning throw" or "wheel throw" with outside entry.
"Corner drop": tori influences uke's center in a way that makes uke tip over one side.
Turning exercise with partner: UKE grabs KATATE-DORI, TORI uses TENKAN to turn to the outside. UKE keeps the grip - both partners maintain connection.
Aiki-taiso, Katate-dori, Tenkan
"Heaven-and-earth throw", where tori moves one hand up and the other one down in order to throw uke.
"Spinning throw" or "wheel throw" with direct entry.
Kaiten, Soto-kaiten-nage, Uchi-kaiten-sankyo
SANKYO, executed via an UCHI-KAITEN-NAGE entry
"Cut fall from the back", throw with a cutting movement in the back of UKE, stepping sidewards
"Wrist-fixing pin" or "fourth form" (also known as Tekubi Osae)
A comprehensive collection of instructive videos is available under Media > Basic Forms.