Body & Health in Russian

Body & Health in Russian 2017-11-27T08:16:35+00:00

We’ll now learn talking about parts of the human body as well as some useful Russian 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 Russian“.

Body & Health in Russian

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The Body

EnglishRussianRussian
(Romanization)
Russian
(Stress)
Pronunciation
(Audio)
body [Sg]
тело
труп
tielo
trup
tielo
trup

bodies [Pl]
тела
трупы
tiela
trupy
tielo
trupy

head [Sg]
голова
golova
golova
heads [Pl]
головы
golovy
golovy
face [Sg]
лицо
litso
litso
faces [Pl]
лица
litsa
litsa
eye [Sg]
глаз
glaz
glaz
eyes [Pl]
глаза
glaza
glaza
ear [Sg]
ухо
ukho
ukho
ears [Pl]
уши
ushi
ushi
nose [Sg]
нось
nos’
nos'
noses [Pl]
носи
nosi
nosi
mouth [Sg]
рот
rot
rot
mouths [Pl]
рта
rta
rta
tongue [Sg]
язык
yazyk
yazyk
tongues [Pl]
языка
yazyka
yazyka
neck [Sg]
шей
shiey
shiey
necks [Pl]
шея
shieya
sheya
chest [Sg]
грудь
grud’
grud'
chests [Pl]
груди
grudi
grudi
back / shoulder
спина, плеч
spina (m), pliech (f)
spina, plch
stomach [Sg]
желудок
zheludok
zheludok
stomachs [Pl]
желудки
zheludki
zheluski
heart [Sg]
сердце
sierdtse
sierdtse
hearts [Pl]
сердца
sierdtsa
sierdtsa
arm [Sg]
рука
ruka
ruka
arms [Pl]
руки
ruki
ruki
elbow [Sg]
локоть
lokot’
lokot'
elbows [Pl]
локти
lokti
lokit
hand [Sg]
рука
ruka
ruka
hands [Pl]
руки
ruki
ruki
right hand
правая рука
pravaya ruka
pravaya ruka
left hand
левая рука
lievaya ruka
lievaya ruka
finger [Sg]
палец
paliets
paliets
fingers [Pl]
пальци
pal’tsi
pal'tsi
leg [Sg]
нога
noga
noga
legs [Pl]
ноги
nogi
nogi
foot [Sg]
нога
noga
noga
feet [Pl]
ноги
nogi
nogi
skin
кожа
kozha
kozha
hair
волосы
volosy
volosy
tooth [Sg]
зуб
zub
zub
teeth [Pl]
зубы
zuby
zuby
blood
кровь
krov’
krov'

Health & Illnesses

EnglishRussianRussian
(Romanization)
Russian
(Stress)
Pronunciation
(Audio)
healthy
здоров, здорова
zdorov (m), zdorova (f)
zdorov, zdorova
ill / sick
болен, больна
bolien’ (m), bol’na (f)
bolien', bol'na
ache [Sg]
боль
bol’
bol'
aches [Pl]
боли
boli
boli
My [...] aches. / My [...] hurts.
У меня болит […].
U mienia bolit [...].
U mienia bolit […].
My [...] ache. / My [...] hurt.
У меня болят […].
U mienia boliat [...].
U mienia boliat […].
I have a stomach ache.
У меня болит живот.
U mienia bolit zhivot.
U mienia bolit zhivot.
My legs hurt.
У меня ноги болят
U mienia nogi boliat
U mienia nogi boliat
doctor
врач
доктор
vrach
doktor
vrach
doktor

medical office / doctor’s surgery
врачебный кабинет
vrachiebnyy kabiniet
vrachiebnyy kabiniet
chemist’s / drugstore
аптека
aptieka
aptieka
hospital
больница
госпиталь
bol'nitsa
gospital'
bol’nitsa
gospital’

illness / malady
болезнь
boliezn'
boliezn’

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