English to German Names of Parts of Body

List of German Names of Body Parts from English

Here is a list of German names of body parts from English. If you would like to know German name of any other body part, you can contact us or ask through comment section of this post. We will love to hear from you if you would like to provide you feedback in making these tutorials more interesting or better.

German names of Parts of Body
German names of Parts of Body
English German
Neck der Hals
Fore-head die Stirn
Eye das Auge
Nose die Nase
Ear das Ohr
Face der Gesicht
Tongue die Zunge
Cheek die Wange
Lip Die Lippe
Back der Rücken
Leg das Bein
Finger der Finger
Hand die Hand
Mouth der Mund
Ankle der Knöchel
Heart das Herz
Rib die Rippe
Arm der Arm
Foot der Fuss

3 thoughts on “English to German Names of Parts of Body”

  1. Good listing! You might have mentioned the many kn- words that factor into common English usage, but which are obviously of germanic origin: knee, knuckle. (Also, the pronunciations differ: Germans separate the hard k- sound from the n- sound, making two syllables, where we omit the hard k-sound and just say the n- sound. . . . Also, finger has the accent after the g in german (fing-er) but in between the n and the g in English (fin-ger). . . . Any tips of links as to why so many English body terms are either similar or the same as the English ones?

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