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Monday, 27 March 2017

Human Body Parts, Skeletons And Sense Organs In Edo

The Five Sense Organ – Urhuegbe ẹmwaen n'ọre egbe

Aro (eyes) N'ah ya ghere (dẹghere) Use in view
Ehor (ears) N'ah ya danmwehor Use in listening
Ihue (nose) N'ah ya hionron Use to breath
Arramwen (tongue) N'ah ya danmwemwin Use to taste
Ukpunu (lips) [ukpẹ unu] N'ah ya guan kevbe rri'evbare Use to speak and eat

External organs of the body – Urhuegbe n'orre egbe

uhun (head)
ẹrrerre ( brain)
aro (eyes)
ehor (ears)
ihue (nose)
arramwen (tongue)
ukpunu (lips) [ukpẹ unu] / akhuarrunu
akon (teeth)
ẹho-(troat )
ẹýaen ( neck )
ifuanro (eye lashes)
avavaro (eye ball)
uvun ihue (nose hole)
eto ihue (nose hair)
eto uhun / etuhun (head hair )
eto ihere (handpit)
akhuarrunu (lips)
obọ errọmwan (right hand)
obọ iyọmwan / agobọ (left hand)
izabọ (showder)
ikpianbọ (hand fingers)
ikpianwẹ (legs fingers)
atatobọ (hand pam)
atatowẹ (leg pam)
akowẹ
akobọ
ihien obọ (hand finger neils)
ihien owẹ (leg finger neils)
ovbukhon
ekia (penis)
uhe (vargina)
ukpekia (penis pik)
urhuabọ ()
urhuawẹ ()
ẹko (stomach)
ibuẹ ẹko (intestine)
iyeke (back)
ewen (breast)
ẹwẹ (chest)
Igbon (elbow)
ekuabọ
ekuawẹ
Ihere (armpit)
Ekuaobọ - Elbow - Ukoko’abọ
Arm-pit - Ihere
Breast Ewęn
Palm Atata - obọ
Anus - On’isan
Buttocks - Ikebe
Thigh - Ekuaowẹ
Toes - Ikpian’owẹ
Fingers - Ikpian’bọ
Teeth - Akọn
Knee - Igbọn
Mouth - Unu
Foot Atata - owẹ
Forehead - Uh’aro
Face  - Ugb’aro
Tongue  - Aranmwẹn
Hair - Eto
Belly - Eko
Back - Iyeke

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