Body Parts in French

We often don’t realize it but being able to talk about parts of your body is surprisingly important in everyday life. To help you with that, below we have put together a list of the most important body parts in French. For more vocabularies like that, take a look at our learning resources for French at the end of the page.

EnglishFrench
head(la) tête
nose(le) nez
hair(le) cheveu
mouth(la) bouche
ear(la) oreille (l'oreille)
eye(le) œil (l'œil)
hand(la) main
foot(le) pied
heart(le) cœur
brain(le) cerveau
neck(le) cou
bottom(les) fesses
shoulder(la) épaule (l'épaule)
knee(le) genou
leg(la) cuisse
arm(le) bras
belly(le) ventre
back(le) dos
tooth(la) dent
tongue(la) langue
lip(la) lèvre
finger(le) doigt
toe(le) orteil (l'orteil)
stomach(le) estomac (l'estomac)
lung(le) poumon
liver(le) foie
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