Body Parts in Italian

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 Italian. For more vocabularies like that, take a look at our learning resources for Italian at the end of the page.

head(la) testa
nose(il) naso
hair(il) capello
mouth(la) bocca
ear(il) orecchio (l'orecchio)
eye(il) occhio (l'occhio)
hand(la) mano
foot(il) piede
heart(il) cuore
brain(il) cervello
neck(il) collo
bottom(il) fondoschiena
shoulder(la) spalla
knee(il) ginocchio
leg(la) gamba
arm(il) braccio
belly(la) pancia
back(la) schiena
tooth(il) dente
tongue(la) lingua
lip(il) labbro
finger(il) dito
toe(il) dito del piede
stomach(lo) stomaco
lung(il) polmone
liver(il) fegato
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