Three Letter Body Parts Quiz

There are 10 different body parts whose names are only three letters long. Can you name them all?
Not including slang
Quiz by jp11997
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Last updated: September 3, 2018
First submittedDecember 14, 2012
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Body Part
Arm
Ear
Eye
Gum
Hip
Jaw
Leg
Lip
Rib
Toe
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Level 76
Jun 1, 2012
I tried tit.
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Level 29
Sep 13, 2016
Seriously. You do realize that all quizzes go through a process to make sure it's appropriate, right?
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Level 22
Jan 6, 2017
Yes they probably do realise, they're just making jokes mate
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Level 65
Jan 6, 2017
It's called a sense of humor.
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Level 63
Feb 4, 2020
PigLatin, don't be a tit.
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Level 30
Jan 8, 2017
surprisingly 'nip' wasn't either :,)
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Level 67
Jan 5, 2019
that is an abbreviation anyway
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Level 67
May 14, 2017
me too.

(family feud)

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Level 33
Nov 9, 2017
can someone tell me the most replies to a comment?
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Level 15
Aug 23, 2018
same
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Level 54
Jan 30, 2019
I tried "ass". But no of course...
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Level 83
Oct 24, 2019
Bun?
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Level 76
Feb 4, 2020
arse is 4 letters ;-)
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Level 44
Sep 21, 2020
^ Ass is American I think
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Level 48
Oct 23, 2020
I tried the more formal version, bum, but no XD
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Level 48
Feb 4, 2020
some girls don't have tits hahaha if you know what I mean
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Level 33
Jul 27, 2012
7/10 - pretty tough
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Level 24
Jul 27, 2012
I tried Abs
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Level 68
Feb 4, 2020
short for abdominal muscles
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Level 50
Feb 4, 2020
Huh, you learn something new everyday.
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Level 62
Jul 27, 2012
So did I, DiscoBayGolfer.
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Level 87
Jul 27, 2012
Q: Is 'ass' slang? A: Yes, unless you're talking about donkeys.
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Level 39
Apr 5, 2018
A** Is A Swear Word
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Level 55
Feb 4, 2020
Don't be a hyper-Christian gimp please :)
+10
Level 49
Jul 27, 2012
What about "rod"? It's a part of the retina.
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Level โˆž
Jul 27, 2012
Sure it's not something else? ;)
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Level 50
Nov 20, 2012
Yes, rods and cones are parts of the eye.
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Level 45
Mar 10, 2016
Quizmaster smooth af
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Level 67
Feb 4, 2020
Rod makes more sense than gum imo, gums perhaps, but gum..
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Level 31
Jul 27, 2012
why doesn't 'gut' work?
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Level 28
Jul 8, 2021
I asked the same question buddy
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Level 68
Jul 29, 2012
Since when is ass slang? :S
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Level 73
Oct 14, 2018
Since it is "arse" in proper English
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Level 66
Feb 4, 2020
What about sex?
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Level 50
Feb 4, 2020
First of all, still an abbreviation, second of all you know that's not a body part.
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Level 77
Jul 30, 2012
What about lap?
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Level 34
Jul 1, 2014
It goes away when you stand up.
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Level 64
Nov 14, 2014
unlike a rod which becomes more conspicuous.
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Level 73
Mar 24, 2021
Really? Where does my lap go then when I stand up?
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Level 21
Jul 31, 2012
Rod is not included because it is not a tangible part of the body. You cant look at your rods. In addition, they are cells, so not exactly a "part" of the body. Lap is also referring to a region of the body.
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Level 83
Aug 17, 2018
Tangible? Is yours microscopic, mate?
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Level 45
Jul 3, 2019
That was amazing
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Level 5
Aug 10, 2012
Great quiz dude!
+3
Level 78
Nov 8, 2012
What about gut?
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Level 20
Dec 11, 2012
Need more time.
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Level 81
Sep 25, 2013
Ova?
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Level 38
Sep 29, 2013
Easy as you like, done with 1:46 on the clock
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Level 38
Oct 26, 2013
Easy as pi

Was told these in school, did it in like 10-20 seconds

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Level 43
Jul 8, 2014
Missed lip and ear, rather embarrassing.
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Level 59
Jul 23, 2014
what about bum!
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Level 59
Nov 11, 2014
How about fat? Certainly visible, if that is a criterion for inclusion.
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Level 83
Oct 24, 2019
What are the admins' feelings on fat?
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Level 67
Feb 4, 2020
I would say if you can change the amount you have of it (surgery and accidents excluded) it is not a bodypart.

(it is part of the body but not a body part. Like spit and snot, everybody has it, but they arent bodyparts, and those are not part of the body)

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Level 60
Nov 11, 2014
Why not fat ? its a huge part of my body !
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Level 28
Jul 8, 2021
My mom says im fat every month!
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Level 26
Dec 3, 2014
i missed out eye and toe, i feel rather embarrassed.
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Level 41
May 16, 2015
I'm ashamed to say I tried bum and tit
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Level 71
Oct 27, 2015
What about "lid"? That's not slang...
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Level 65
Nov 2, 2015
ya mean eyelid?
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Level 73
Mar 24, 2021
'lid' is another term for eyelid.
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Level 47
Mar 26, 2016
Was wondering why some three-letter words didn't work ... of course: "Not including slang". I had a GUT feeling i should have read the TITle first. How embarrASSing. I feel like sLAPping myself.
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Level 67
Jan 6, 2017
Never seen so many puns in one sentence :)
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Level 58
Jan 11, 2017
BUMmer there weren't more! I ABSolutely love a good pun, VAGue though they might be sometimes. If I had NUThing else to do, I'd try to think of some more myself. On the other hand, maybe I should NIP it in the bud before I get SACked. Sometimes I can't resist HAMming it up. Okay, okay, I'll stop. No need to pROD or tempt FATe. I'm FINally done.
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Level 72
Jan 7, 2017
Maybe you can put together the quiz - Three Letter Slang Body Parts??
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Level 58
Jan 11, 2017
I feel like that might be a really long quiz.
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Level 44
Oct 8, 2016
I wouldn't have included gum, I have NEVER heard it referred to in singular, it's always "gums" when I'm at the dentist.
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Level 78
Jan 6, 2017
My dentist says gum disease, not gums disease.
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Level 67
Feb 4, 2020
I think that example is like shoe strings instead of shoes strings.. the first word becomes singular because of the addition. (Hope you understand what Im saying, kind of tough trying to explain it in english)
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Level 66
Jan 6, 2017
I'm a bit embarrassed, I got them all...
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Level 81
Jan 6, 2017
"ham: A. I. 1. a. That part of the leg at the back of the knee; the hollow or bend of the knee." --Oxford English Dictionary. Not marked as slang.
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Level 58
Jan 11, 2017
May not be slang, but I can't say I ever hear it used as "proper" English, either. Hamstring, on the other hand, I do hear.
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Level 61
Jan 6, 2017
as lots of people have already stated, "gut" should really be included.
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Level 71
Jan 7, 2017
This quiz will never be the best because "No Guts, no Glory"
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Level 82
Jan 6, 2017
Why don't you accept fin? This quiz is prejudiced against those who have undergone a dolphinoplasty.
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Level 33
Nov 9, 2017
rod

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noun

1.

a thin straight bar, especially of wood or metal.

synonyms: bar, stick, pole, baton, staff; More

2.

a fishing rod.

Hey I didn't know you could use a word in its definition!

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Level 10
Dec 21, 2017
I got 10/10 it was fun.๐Ÿ˜
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Level 20
Dec 25, 2017
you got this from sporacle
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Level 51
Apr 19, 2020
Sporcle...
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Level 51
Apr 19, 2020
Sporcle...
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Level 72
Feb 15, 2018
Can gums be referred to as "gum"?
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Level 67
Feb 4, 2020
Never heard it used that way, only as a compound word the singular is used (so the anatomical part itself is your gums and in compounded references like gum disease, singular is used ).

Afaik you can't have one gum.

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Level 76
Feb 4, 2020
You'd say "I have a bleeding gum"
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Level 50
Apr 30, 2018
9/10. Forgot gum!
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Level 28
Jul 15, 2018
hip??????????????? Aw mann
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Level 53
Jan 17, 2019
Why isn't but on here
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Level 32
Oct 2, 2019
made it 100% with 55 seconds left, i was so confused about lip and hip for some apparent reason
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Level 43
Dec 15, 2019
Who are the 11% of people who don't get arm?
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Level 85
Feb 4, 2020
The ones who don't have arms.
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Level 67
Feb 4, 2020
They'd have trouble typing in the other ones too..
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Level 51
Feb 4, 2020
I got them all except leg!! Ashamed of myself.
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Level 43
Feb 4, 2020
How about gut?
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Level 75
Feb 27, 2020
Maw means jaws or throat
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Level 40
May 22, 2020
Who else got gum thanks to Encyclopedia Brown?
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Level 64
Jul 5, 2020
Arm... I forgot arm...
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Level 30
May 29, 2021
Too easy 10/10