7+ Amazing Body Parts In Urdu You Didn’t Know About

Body Parts In Urdu Ling

As I wander through the winding alleys of Urdu, I am struck by the sheer beauty of this language. Its melodious cadence and intricate vocabulary are a testament to the rich cultural heritage of the region. In my explorations, I have come across a particularly fascinating aspect of Urdu: the way it describes different (جسمانی اعضاء) jismani auza, AKA body parts.

The language has a unique and vivid way of expressing these physical features, evoking a rich tapestry of cultural and historical influences. In this blog post, I invite you to join me on a journey to discover some of the most intriguing and distinctive body parts in Urdu, and the fascinating meanings and cultural significance they hold.

Body Parts In Urdu

In Pakistani culture, the body is not just a vessel for physical existence, but a sacred and cherished gift from Allah, God of the Muslim community, which is a majority in Pakistan. Its significance is deeply rooted in the traditions, customs, and beliefs of the Pakistani people, and its care and respect are of utmost importance.

Modesty and decency in dress and behavior are highly valued, especially for women, who are expected to dress modestly and cover their heads, arms, and legs in public. This cultural expectation stems from Islamic teachings and beliefs, which emphasize the importance of modesty and respect for oneself and others.

The Pakistani culture is one that values physical touch and proximity differently among genders. Public displays of affection between opposite genders are discouraged, while physical touch between family members of the same gender is a sign of warmth and affection.

Physical cleanliness and hygiene are also of utmost importance in Pakistani culture. Regular washing of the body, especially before prayer, is an important ritual for both physical and spiritual purification. Traditional practices such as the use of henna for body decoration, and the application of oils and perfumes for scent, are also deeply embedded in Pakistani culture.

The Pakistani culture views the body with reverence and respect, and practices and customs associated with it are an important part of religious beliefs and cultural traditions. From modesty in dress and behavior to the importance of cleanliness and personal hygiene, Pakistani culture emphasizes the care and respect for the human body.

Let’s learn the Urdu words for different body parts.

Hipکولہا۔Koolha .
Toenailپیر کا ناخنPaiir ka naakhun

Verbs For Body Parts

Learning verbs for body parts can be a fascinating and rewarding experience for anyone interested in the Urdu language and culture. By understanding the names of body parts and the verbs associated with them, individuals can not only enhance their communication skills, but also deepen their understanding of their own bodies.

For example, when learning verbs related to body parts, individuals can gain insight into how the body moves and functions. They can also learn how to describe specific movements, such as bending, stretching, or flexing.

Furthermore, learning verbs for body parts can be particularly useful for those who engage in physical activities, such as sports or dance. By understanding the verbs associated with specific movements, individuals can better understand the techniques and mechanics involved in these activities, leading to improved performance and enjoyment.

Additionally, understanding verbs for body parts can also provide valuable insight into the culture and traditions of Urdu-speaking regions. The names of body parts and the verbs associated with them are deeply intertwined with cultural beliefs and practices. For example, certain verbs may be associated with specific religious practices, such as prostrating during prayer, while others may be associated with traditional healing practices.

Now that you are apt with all the words for body parts in Urdu, learn some verbs to form sentences like a pro!

A – P

Bite Mouthدانت سے چبا ناDaant sey chabana
Blink Eyesآنکھیں جھپکناAnkhein jhapakna
Breathe Mouth/Noseناک سے سانس لیناNaak sey saans lena
Chew Mouthمنہ چباناMoun chabana
Clap Handsتالیاں بجانا۔Taliyaan bajana
Eat Mouthموں سے کھاناMoun sey khaana
Glance Eyesآنکھوں سے جھلک دیکھناAnkhoun sey jhalak dekhna
Kick Footلات مارناLaat marna
Kiss Lipsہونٹوں کو چوموHontoun ko chumou
Lick Tongueزبان سے چا ٹناZabaan sey chaatna
Mutter Mouthموں سے بڑ بڑ اناMoun sey barbarana
Nod Headسر ہلایاSir hilaya
Point Fingerانگلی سے اشارہ کرناUngli sey ishara kerna
Punch Handsہاتھ سے پنچ کرناHaath sey punch kerna

S – Z

Scratch Fingerانگلی کھرچناUngli khurachna
Shake Handsہاتھ ملاناHaath milana
Shake Headسر ہلائیں۔Sir hilayein
Shrug Shouldersکندھے اچکاناKandhay uchkana
Slap Handsتھپڑ مارناThapar maarna
Smack Handsچا نٹا ما رناChanta maarna
Smell Noseناک سے سونگھناNaak sey soonghna
Sniff Noseناک سے سونگھناNaak sey soonghna
Stare Eyesآ نکھوں سے گھورناAnkhoun sey ghoorna
Stub Toeکندہ پنجہKanda panja
Swallow Throatگلے سے نگلناGaley sey nigalna
Talk Mouthمنہ سے بات کریں۔Moun se baat karein
Taste Mouthمنہ کا ذائقہMoun ka zayeiqa
Whisper Mouthمنہ سے سر گوشی کرناMoun sey sargoshi kerna
Whistle Lips/Mouthمنہ سے سی ٹی بجا ناMoun sey seeti bajana
Wink Eyeآنکھ مارناAankh maarna

Useful Questions

Last but not least, here is a list of all the questions that you might get in your exams if you are studying Punjabi. So why not learn them so that you can answer them appropriately? Feel free to write the answers in the comment section below!

How many eyebrows does a human face have?ایک انسان کے چہرے پر کتنی آئیبروذ ہو تی ہیں؟Ek insaan key chehrey par kitni eyebrows houti hain?
How many fingers are in both our hands?ہمارے دونوں ہاتھوں میں کتنی انگلیاں ہیں؟Hamaray dono hathoun mein kitni ungliyan hain ?
How many hands does a human body have?انسانی جسم کے کتنے ہاتھ ہوتے ہیں؟Insani jism ke kitney haath hotay hain ?
How many legs does a human body have?انسانی جسم کی کتنی ٹانگیں ہوتی ہیں؟Insani jism ki kitni tangein hoti hain ?
How many noses does a human face have?ایک انسان کے چہرے پہ کتنی ناک ہوتیں ہیں؟Ek insaan key chehrey pey kitneen naak houti hain?
This is the image of which body part?یہ جسم کے کس حصے کی تصویر ہے؟Yeh jism ke kis hissay ki tasweer hai ?
What actions are ears used for?کان کا کیا استعمال ہے؟Kaan ka kiya istemaal hai?
What body part do we chew food through?ہم جسم کے کس حصے سے کھانا چباتے ہیں؟Hum jism ke kis hissay se khana chabatey hain ?
What body part do we smell food with?ہم جسم کے کس حصے سے کھانے کی خوشبو سو نگھتے ہیں؟Hum jism ke kis hissay se khaney ki Khushboo soongtey hain ?
What color is our hair?ہمارے بالوں کا رنگ کیا ہے؟Hamaray baloun ka rang kya hai ?
What do we taste our food with?ہمیں کھانے کا ذائقہ کیسے پتہ چلتا ہے؟Humey khaaney ka zaiqa kaise pata chalta hai?
What do we walk with?ہم کیسے چل پاتے ہیں؟Hum kaisey chal paatey hain?
What is the function of our neck?ہماری گر دن ک کیا کام ہے؟Humari gardan ka kiya kaam hai?
With which body part do we see objects?جسم کے کس حصے سے ہم سب کچھ دیکھ سکتےہیں؟Jism key kis hissey sey hum sab kuch dekh sakte hain?

Wrapping Up

That’s it for this blog post. If you are looking for more ways to learn Urdu, then Ling might be your kind of stop. Enhance your Urdu and English vocabulary skills with Ling. Immerse yourself in the world of Urdu proverbs and expand your knowledge of family-related vocabulary.

These blog posts are just a glimpse of the rich resources that Ling offers to enhance your language learning experience. Whether you’re a beginner or an advanced learner, Ling’s blog posts are a great way to learn about new topics and practice your language skills in a fun and engaging way. So, sit back, relax, and let Ling take you on a linguistic adventure.

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Updated by Samawiyah Hasnain

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