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Latin Project: Body Parts!
Transcript of Latin Project: Body Parts!
Oculus, Oculi: Eye
Auris, -is, Aurium: Ear
Os, Oris: Mouth
Nasus, Nasi: Nose
Bracchium, Bracchi(i): Arm
Manus, Manus: Hand
Pectus, Pectoris: Chest
Crus, Cruris: Leg
Genu, Genus: Knee
Pes, Pedis: Foot
The beheading of (a person or animal).
The head of a ship, aircraft, or a team.
The head of a country or region.
Of, or relating to, the ear or sense of hearing.
Of, or connected with, the eyes or vision.
A single eyeglass, kept in position by the muscles around the eye.
Inside or within the eye; administered through the eye.
Of, for, or relating to the nose.
A tone of voice when speaking through the nose.
Relating to the nose and the palate.
Of, or relating to, the chest or breast.
The chest, especially the anterior wall; the thorax.
A device fitted to a weak or injured neck, arm, leg, or other parts of the body.
To hold (someone) closely in one's arm, particularly in affection.
A form of locomotion achieved by the swinging of one arm to the other.
Having been done with the hands.
A book, document, or piece of music written by hand, rather than typed or printed.
A cosmetic treatment of the hands.
Of, or relating to, the leg or thigh.
An authentic or sincere (person, emotion, or action).
The act of bending one's knee or touching it to the ground in reverance.
A foot-operated lever or control for a vehicle.
By word of mouth; spoken rather than written.
The art or practice of public speaking.
Administration of a drug through the mouth.
The final, persuasive conclusion of a speech,
The foot, or base support on which statues, obelisks, or columns are mounted.
A person walking along a road, or a well-developed area.
Apparently, we are not allowed to show decapitations at school.
The act of listening to sounds from the heart, lungs, or other organs, typically with a stethoscope.
In anatomy, the leg, especially from the knee to the foot.
Marcos Lozano Mendez
To The Victor His Spoils
Barba, Barbae: Beard