Body & Health in Ukrainian

Body & Health in Ukrainian 2017-11-27T08:16:42+00:00

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

Body & Health in Ukrainian

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The Body

EnglishUkrainianUkrainian
(Romanization)
Ukrainian
(Stress)
Pronunciation
(Audio)
body [Sg]
тіло
tilo
tilo
bodies [Pl]
тіла
tila
tila
head [Sg]
голова
holova
holova
heads [Pl]
голови
holovy
holovy
face [Sg]
лице
lytse
lytse
faces [Pl]
лиця
lytsia
lytsia
eye [Sg]
око
oko
oko
eyes [Pl]
очі
ochi
ochi
ear [Sg]
вухо
vukho
vukho
ears [Pl]
вуха
vukha
vukha
nose [Sg]
ніс
nis
nis
noses [Pl]
носі
nosi
nosi
mouth [Sg]
рот
rot
rot
mouths [Pl]
роти
roty
roty
tongue [Sg]
язик
yazyk
yazyk
tongues [Pl]
язики
yazyky
yazyky
neck [Sg]
шій
shiy
shiy
necks [Pl]
шея
sheya
sheya
chest [Sg]
грудь
hrud’
hrud’
chests [Pl]
груді
hrudi
hrudi
back / shoulder [Sg]
плеч
спина
plech
spyna
plech
spyna

backs / shoulders [Pl]
плечі
plechi
plechi
stomach [Sg]
желудок
zheludok
zheludok
stomachs [Pl]
желудки
zheludky
zheludky
heart [Sg]
серце
sertse
sertse
hearts [Pl]
серця
sertsia
sertsia
arm [Sg]
рука
ruka
ruka
arms [Pl]
руки
ruky
ruky
elbow [Sg]
локіть
lokit’
lokit’
elbows [Pl]
локоті
lokoti
lokoti
hand [Sg]
рука
ruka
ruka
hands [Pl]
руки
ruky
ruky
right hand
права рука
prava ruka
prava ruka
left hand
ліва рука
liva ruka
liva ruka
finger [Sg]
палець
palets’
palets’
fingers [Pl]
пальці
pal’tsi
pal’tsI
leg [Sg]
нога
noha
noha
legs [Pl]
ноги
nohy
nohy
foot [Sg]
нога
noha
noha
feet [Pl]
ноги
nohy
nohy
skin
шкура
shkura
shkura
hair
волосі
voloci
volosi
tooth [Sg]
зуб
zub
zub
teeth [Pl]
зуби
zuby
zuby
blood
кров
krov
krov

Health & Illnesses

EnglishUkrainianUkrainian
(Romanization)
Ukrainian
(Stress)
Pronunciation
(Audio)
healthy
здоров, здорова
zdorov (m), zdorova (f)
zdorov, zdorova
ill / sick
хворий, хвора
khvoryy (m), khvora (f)
khvoryy, khvora
ache [Sg]
Біль
bil’
bil’
aches [Pl]
болі
boli
boli
My [...] aches. / My [...] hurts.
У мене боліть […].
U mene bolit’ […].
U mene bolit’ […].
My [...] ache. / My [...] hurt.
У мене болять […].
U mene boliat’ […].
U mene boliat’ […].
I have a stomach ache.
У мене боліть живіт.
U mene bolit' zhyvit.
U mene bolit' zhyvit.
My legs hurt.
У мене ноги болять.
U mene nohy boliat’.
U mene nohy boliat’.
doctor
лікар
likar
likar
medical office / doctor’s surgery
лікарняний кабінет
likarnianyy kabinet
likarnianyy kabinet
chemist’s / drugstore
аптека
apteka
apteka
hospital
лікарня
likarnia
likarnia
illness / malady
хвороба
khvoroba
khvoroba

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