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The Vocabulary of the Human Body in English and Spanish

Published Saturday, December 02, 2006

English is an Indo-European language belonging to the West Germanic branch and is the official language of Britain and the United States and most of the Commonwealth countries while Spanish, is a Romance language, the language of Spain and the countries colonized by Spain. Here is a list of vocabulary of the human body in English and Spanish that you can learn for your general knowledge. If you are Spanish learner of English or vice versa, you should find these translation of terms of the human body useful.

English Spanish

arm brazo
ankle tobillo

back espalda
bladder vejiga
blood sangre
body cuerpo
bone hueso
brain cerebro

calf pastorally
cheek mejilla
chest pecho
chin barbilla

dimple hoyuelo

ear oreja
elbow codo
eye ojo
eyebrow ceja
eyelash pestaña
eyelid párpado

face cara
features rasgos
finger dedo
fist puño
foot/feet pie/s
forehead frente
freckle peca

groin ingle

hair pelo
hand mano
head cabeza
heart corazón
heel talón
hip cadera


Jaw mandibula

kidney riñón
knee rodilla

leg pierna
liver hígado
lung pulmón

mouth boca
muscle músculo

neck cuello
nose nariz


penis pene


rib costilla

shoulder hombro
skeleton esqueleto
skin piel
stomach estómago

thigh muslo
thorax tórax
thumb pulgar
throat gargantuan
toe/s dedo/s del pie
tongue lengua
tooth/teeth diente/s


vagina vagina
vein vena

waist cintura
wisdom tooth diente de juicio
wrist muñeca




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At 11:28 PM, Blogger Amstaffie said...
At 4:10 AM, Blogger R. Edmondson said...
At 9:46 AM, Blogger china said...
At 9:27 AM, Blogger Paul Smith said...


That's my limit in spanish.


¡hola amigo!

That's ok, I'm sure you will learn a few terms here which you can add to your Spanish vocabulary. :)

más adelante mi amigo


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