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Tagalog-Aleman Diksyonaryo | Katawan ng Tao

Ang paghahanap ng diksiyonaryo :-

TagalogAleman
katawanm Körper
katawan ng taom menschlich Körper
buhoknt Haar
babaem Frau
lalakim Mann
balatf Haut

ulom Kopf
mukhant Gesicht
anitf Kopfhaut
babant Kinn
  • kabil
  • nt Doppelkinn
    bibigm Mund
    buhoknt Haar
    duloynt Grübchen
    ilongf Nase
    kilayf Augenbraue
    lalamunanf Kehle
    matant Auge
  • bilog ng mata
  • m Augapfel
    noof Stirn
    pangam Kiefer
    pisngif Backe
    taingant Ohr
    tingkoym Nacken

    lindogm Torso
    balikatf Schulter
    bayagm Hoden
    bayna, pudaym Scheide, f Vagina
    baywangf Taille
    dibdibm Busen
    dibdibf Brust
    ilalimm Hintern
    leegm Hals
    likodm Rücken
    pusodm Nabel
    puwitnt Gesäß
    singitf Leiste
    susof Brust
    susof Brustwarze
    titim Penis
    tiyanm Unterleib
    tiyanm Bauch
    tiyanm Magen

    brasom Arm
    bisigm Unterarm
    dalirim Finger
    kamaof Faust
    kamayf Hand
    paladf Handfläche
    pulsont Handgelenk
    sikom Ellenbogen

    bintint Bein
    bintint Kalb
    hitam Oberschenkel
    lulodnt Schienbein
    paam Fuß
  • daliri ng paa
  • m Zeh
    pigif Hüfte
    tuhodnt Knie

    panloobIntern
    apdof Gallenflüssigkeit
    arteryaf Schlagader
    atayf Leber
    bagaf Lunge
    bahay bataf Gebärmutter
    bahay-bata, matrisf Gebärmutter
    batof Niere
    bilot ng mataf Netzhaut
    bisig, lamanm Muskel
    bitukam Darm
    bungom Schädel
    butom Knochen
    dugont Blut
    esopago, lalamunanf Speiseröhre
    gulunggulunganm Adamsapfel
    higodf Nabelschnur
    lamadm Membrane
    lamannt Fleisch
    litid, ligamentont Band
    obaryom Eierstock
    palif Milz
    pantogf Blase
    pusont Herz
    sanggolm Fötus, m Fetus
    sisidlan ng dugont Blutgefaß
    tadyangf Rippe
    tamudf Samenzelle, nt Spermium
    ugatf Ader
    utaknt Gehirn
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    Tip:-
    In german the definite article (the) is written as der, die or das.

    der is used for masculine nouns

    die is used for feminine nouns

    das is used for neuter nouns.
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