Phonetic transcription used in blog :

Phonetic transcription used in the blog :

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Word ending with

Pronounce as

Examples / as in

A


aa /

balm, father

E


a /

bed, pet

I


e /

bid, pit

O


O /

Office

U


uhu /

put, full


ñ

ng /अं

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Tuesday, February 16, 2010

HUMAN BODY PARTS



Human body parts-Morphology:

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1
Adiñ 
Head
2
Yaru
Ear
3
Moruñ
Cheek

4
Langu
Neck
Lampiñ
Nape
5
Miji Lanchu / Langu Artu
Adam's apple
6
Habiyañ
Chest
7
Anyiñ
Breast
8
Gorkhañ
Arm pit
9
Khiinii
Navel
10
Erey
Abdomen
11
Harche
Groin
12
Amiya/Atu
Penis/Vagina
13
Harlañ
Thigh
14
Liibañ
Knee
15
Liisiñ/Liisiñ portii
Calf
16
Liipiya
Shin/Back of calf
17
Liingher
Ankle
18
Liipiñ
Instep
19
Liichi
Toes
20
Tiirii
Forehead
21
Ami
Eye
22
Yapiñ
Nose
23
Aguñ
Mouth
24
Gompii
Chin
25
Gorbañ
Shoulder
26
Lapo
Upper arm
27
Ladu Miru
Elbow
28
Lasiñ
Forearm
29
Langer
Wrist
30
a)Lapiyo
Palm

b)Lapiñ
back of palm
31
Lachi
Finger
32
Alie
Leg
33
Ala
Hand
34
Liige
Back of Knee

Ala:Hand


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1
Lachi Haniya
Little finger
2
Chipo
Ring finger
3
Laso
Middle finger
4
Ladii
Index finger
5
Lanii
Thumb finger
6
Lahiñ
Finger Nail
7
Langer
Wrist
8
Lapiyo
Palm
9
Lapiñ
Knuckle


Ali: Leg


-->
1
Harlañ
Thigh
2
Liibañ
Knee
3
Liige/Liige-paka
Back of Knee
4
Liisiñ Portii
Calf
5
Liipiya
Shin
6
Liipiñ
Instep
7
Liidu
Heel
8
Liipiyo
Sole
9
Liinii :
Big Toe
10
Liinger
???
11
Liichi
Toes


Ami: Eye


1
Mitiñ Amu
Eye brow
2
Mibu Amu
Eye lash
3
Ami Nuri
Pupil
4
Ami Miriñ
Lines of eye lid
5
Ami Mirañ
???
6
Ami Horpu
Eye ball
  
Aguñ and Ahi: Mouth and Teeth

1
Nyachu
Lip
2
Hipya Ahi
Incisor Tooth
3
Diipiyo Ahi
Canine Tooth
4
Ahi Hirañ
Molar Tooth
5
Lyiro Toko
Uvula
6
Alyo
Tongue
7
8
Hilu 
Gonchañ
Gums
Corner of Mouth

Human body parts-Anatomy:


1
??
Esophagus
2
Pahiñ
Liver
3
Erey
Stomach
4
Aper
Gall bladder
5
Alyiñ
Spleen
6
Khiiro
Large Intestine
7
Khiijañ
Small Intestine
8
??
Appendix
9
Ilyiñ
Anus
10
Haru
Lung
11
Akhey
Kidney
12
Aha
Heart


To be continue.......................

6 comments:

  1. gyui-gyuro, is'nt the throat.??

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  2. Thanks, Gyuyi-gyuro is a Trachea.

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  3. As per my knowledge, gyui gyuro is oesaphagus.

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  4. As per me:
    Gyuyi-gyuro is a tube for passage of Oxygen to lungs,so it is a Trachea. esophagus is a tube for passage of food to stomach.
    Sii yo harlyi ho Haru aging ho gyuyi-gyuro giita du.
    Thanks for your comment tutho.

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  5. ref :(human body parts-anatomy no.4): aper - gall blader. I thought gall blader is a bag like internal organ to contain urine which we call 'Sarpu' or 'Sappu". am I wrong ??

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  6. The gallbladder(APER) is a organ that sits just beneath the liver. A gallbladder stores bile(APER).
    SARPU is a urinary bladder that collects urine excreted by the kidneys before disposal by urination.
    Hope it is clear now.

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