Body & Health in Arabic

Body & Health in Arabic 2017-07-03T14:24:02+00:00

We’ll now learn talking about parts of the human body as well as some useful Arabic words and phrases related to Health and Illnesses. Let’s hope you’ll never need them, but better be prepared than sorry as they say…

This lesson is part of the chapter “Learning Arabic“.

Body & Health in Arabic

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The Body

EnglishArabicArabic
(Romanization)
Pronunciation
(Audio)
body [Sg]
جسد
jasad
bodies [Pl]
أجساد
ajsad
head [Sg]
رأس
ra's
heads [Pl]
رءوس
ro'ous
face [Sg]
وجه
wajh
faces [Pl]
وجوه
wojoh
eye [Sg]
عين
a'en
eyes [Pl]
عيون
o'uyoun
ear [Sg]
أذن
odzon
ears [Pl]
آذان
adaan
nose [Sg]
أنف
anf
noses [Pl]
أنوف
o'unouf
mouth [Sg]
فم
فاه
fam
fah

mouths [Pl]
أفمام
أفواه
afmam
afwah

tongue [Sg]
لسان
lesan
tongues [Pl]
ألسنة
alsenah
neck [Sg]
رقبة
raqabah
necks [Pl]
رقاب
reqab
chest [Sg]
صدر
sadr
chests [Pl]
صدور
sodour
back / shoulder
ظهر
كتف
dahr
katef

stomach [Sg]
معدة
بطن
ma'eda
batn

stomachs [Pl]
بطون
botoun
heart [Sg]
قلب
qalb
hearts [Pl]
قلوب
qoloub
arm [Sg]
ذراع
dera'
arms [Pl]
أذرع
adro'
elbow [Sg]
كوع
ku'
elbows [Pl]
أكواع
كيعان
akwaa'
kia'an

hand [Sg]
يد
yad
hands [Pl]
أيدي
يدين
aydy
yadayen

right hand
اليد اليمنى
al yad al yomna
left hand
اليد اليسرى
al yad al yosra
finger [Sg]
إصبع
esba'
fingers [Pl]
أصابع
asabe'
leg [Sg]
ساق
saq
legs [Pl]
سيقان
ساقين
siqan
saqayen

foot [Sg]
قدم
qadam
feet [Pl]
أقدام
قدمين
aqdam
qadamayen

skin
جلد
jeld
hair
شعر
sha'r
tooth [Sg]
سن
sen
teeth [Pl]
أسنان
asnan
blood
دم
دماء
dam
dema'

Health & Illnesses

EnglishArabicArabic
(Romanization)
Pronunciation
(Audio)
healthy
صحي
sihy
ill / sick
مريض
عليل
mareed
a'leel

ache [Sg]
ألم
alam
aches [Pl]
آلام
aalaam
My [...] aches. / My [...] hurts.
يؤلمني[...]
تؤلمني [...]
yo'lemany [1]
to'lemany […] [2]

My [...] ache. / My [...] hurt.
يؤلمني[...]
تؤلمني [...]
yo'lemany [3]
to'lemany […] [4]

I have a stomach ache.
تؤلمني معدتي
to'lemany ma'edaty
My legs hurt.
تؤلمني ساقاي
to'lemany saqay [5]
doctor
طبيب, طبيبة
tabeeb (m), tabeebah (f)
medical office / doctor’s surgery
عيادة طبية
عيادة الطبيب
eyadah tebbeyah
eyadat al-tabeeb

chemist’s / drugstore
صيدلية
أجزخانة
saydaleyah
ajzakhanah

hospital
مشفى
مستشفى
mashfa
mostashfa

illness / malady
مرض
علة
داء
marad
e'lla
da'


Notes:

1 Used if the word coming next is masculine. 2 Used if the word coming next is feminine.3 Used if the word coming next is masculine. 4 Used if the word coming next is feminine.5 The plural usage here is different due to grammar rules for adding 'my' in Arabic.

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