Human anatomy in Turkish

In this lesson we will learn new words in Turkish on the topic: Human anatomy.



Perform the following exercises in sequence. These exercises will help you to quickly learn and remember new words in Turkish. Don't forget to repeat from time to time.
Good luck.

1. First of all repeat after announcer.
2. And then check if you remember everything.
3. Listen to the words and remember what it is.
4. Take a pen and a piece of paper. You'll write a dictation.
5. And at the end, check the dictation.

Words on human anatomy in Turkish

In this lesson, we will continue the topic of human anatomy in Turkish. In the last lesson, called Human anatomy in Turkish Part I we learned a few words about human anatomy. Of course, we do not intend to study human anatomy in Turkish at the level of a full physician or scientist. Our goal is to learn the basic, fundamental words in Turkish on the subject of human anatomy, to learn to express our body structure, organs and body parts in Turkish. Of course, Turkish words on anatomy are often used in everyday conversation, so you should know this topic as well as body parts in Turkish.

Learning human anatomy in Turkish can be very useful for you while traveling in Turkey. In this lesson, we have covered the Turkish words for human organs and body parts used in everyday speech. The Turkish dictionary given in this lesson will help you to express your opinion on the topic of human anatomy.

Human anatomy in Turkish

Words related to anatomy in Turkish

Proverbs on the subject of human anatomy in Turkish.

"Boğaz dokuz boğumdur" - The throat is nine knots (The meaning of the proverb that a word must be carefully weighed and measured before telling.)

"Göğüs germek" - chest stretch (Endure pain, adversity, resist.)

"Çenesini bıçak açmamak" - Don't open mouth with a knife (Be very sad and not say a word.)

"Boğaz boğaza gelmek" - Come throat to throat (Fight hard, stubbornly resist)

Writing and pronunciation of words on anatomy in Turkish.

Abdomen
Pupil
Artery
Blood circulation
Skull
Bronchus
Throat
Bust
Calf
Flat-foot
Cheekbone
Jaw
Corpse
Dimple
Fringe
Gum
Mole
Navel
Palm
Saliva
Appendix
Sex
Thigh
Uvula
Vertebra
Nipple
Kneecap
Wrinkle
Ankle

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