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The Body in Spanish Vocabulary Words

Translate these vocab words about the body into Spanish.
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English
Español
foot
arm
leg
hand
finger
toe
face
English
Español
shoulder
nose
mouth
head
hair
mustache
beard
English
Español
stomach
heart
brain
liver
kidney
tongue
skin
English
Español
teeth
blood
veins
eye
ear
lung
back
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(43)
Please accept "pelo" for "hair".
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Mar 24, 2012
(3)
Ok, we'll accept "pelo" now.
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Mar 25, 2012
(22)
I know putting "de" instead of "del" is grammatically incorrect, but can you count that? It seems like such a small thing to miss toes on.
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May 15, 2015
(34)
No, it's incorrect. It's not small because it's wrong.
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Jun 13, 2015
(71)
Beasley, it's not really wrong. Mixing up el/la/las/los and de/del/de la is probably the most common mistake native English speakers make. You'd be understood.
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Jun 2, 2017
(28)
I love that spanish doesn't have a word for toes and they are just called foot fingers.
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Apr 29, 2017
(66)
Most languages I know are like that. English is the exception.
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Jun 1, 2017
(67)
French: Finger = doigt, Toe = orteille. German: Finger = Finger, Toe = zehe seems like there are lots of "exceptions"
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Jun 2, 2017
(66)
Or I know the exceptions less well :)
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Jun 7, 2017
(65)
Orteil, not orteille. And "doigt de pied" is a perfectly cromulent word.
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Jul 31, 2017
(36)
In Spanish is Ortejos, but nobody uses it and not only that, nobody knows it.
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Jul 31, 2017
(62)
Can you accept "rostro" for face, "oido" for ear and simply have lung and accept "pulmón"? If not then you should have eyes and accept "ojos" instead.
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Jun 1, 2017
(58)
I agree with rostro - that is becoming far more common now.
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Jun 1, 2017
Thanks @Gamer1162. Made the changes you suggested.
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Jun 5, 2017
(58)
Oido should work for ear.
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Jun 1, 2017
(74)
livianos = lungs
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Jun 2, 2017
(62)
We barely use that to refer to lungs. It mainly means light, refering to weight.
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Jun 2, 2017
(70)
uf. Mi corazon. I've forgotten so much.
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Jul 31, 2017
(46)
100 %
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Jul 31, 2017
(70)
Thank you X-Men for helping me remember cerebro.
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Jul 31, 2017
(66)
Okay, so why is viens plural while everything else is singular?
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Jul 31, 2017
(53)
my plan to use the French and make it sound a bit more Spanish actually... sort of worked??
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Aug 1, 2017
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