What are body parts in Spanish?

The Body Parts in Spanish

  • Arm — el brazo.
  • Back — la espalda.
  • Backbone — la columna vertebral.
  • Brain — el cerebro, el seso.
  • Breast, chest — el pecho.
  • Buttocks — las nalgas.
  • Calf — la pantorrilla.
  • Ear — el oído, la oreja.

What body part is pie in Spanish?

The Human Body

Spanish English
la rodilla knee
la pantorrilla calf
el tobillo ankle
el pie foot

What body part is cabeza?

Cabeza is a Spanish word meaning “head”. Typically, the whole head is placed on a steamer or grill, and customers may ask for particular parts of the body meats they favor, such as ojo (eye), oreja (ear), cachete (cheek), lengua (tongue), or labios (lips).

How do you describe your body in Spanish?

Describing Parts of the Body in Spanish

  • el ojo (ehl oh-Hoh) (the eye)
  • la boca (bvoh-kah) (the mouth)
  • la lengua (lah lehn-gooah) (the tongue)
  • la oreja (lah oh-reh-Hah) (the ear)
  • la nariz (lah nah-rees) (the nose)
  • el rostro (ehl rohs-troh) (the face)
  • la barba (lah bvahr-bvah) (the beard)

Can you just say hasta?

You’ll notice a common theme among many ways to say goodbye in Spanish. That theme is hasta. Hasta just means “until,” making it a versatile and easy-to-use closing, though it’s generally on the informal side.

What are 4 greetings in Spanish?

Here are the most common greetings in Spanish:

  • Hola – Hello.
  • Buenas – Hi (informal)
  • Buenos días – Good morning.
  • Buen día – Good morning (less common, used in Argentina)
  • Buenas tardes – Good afternoon.
  • Buenas noches – Good evening.
  • Bienvenido – Welcome.

How do you say parts of the body in Spanish?

For parts of the body in Spanish, however, you’d need to say “ La muñeca y el codo están hinchados” which directly translates to “ The wrist and the elbow are swollen.” Each body part needs its own definite article.

How to talk about internal organs in Spanish?

Internal Organs Vocab Words English Spanish Brain el cerebro, el seso Lung/Lungs el pulmón/los pulmones Heart el corazón Internal organs los órganos internos

How to talk about the human body in Spanish?

First, let’s learn some of the basic terms for the human body. Next up, the internal organs! Here is some useful vocabulary for talking about the head and the face. Finally, here are some of the names in Spanish for the bones in the human body. Want to learn more?

Are there any Spanish names for human bones?

Finally, here are some of the names in Spanish for the bones in the human body. Want to learn more? Check out our article on basic Spanish for medical professionals! We’re here to support your language learning goals.