Finger / Toe

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Postby Gormur » 2005-08-26, 18:06

Jamtlandic: fingr / tá (plural: fingrar / tær)
Icelandic: fingur / tá (pl: fingur / tær)
Danish: finger / tå
German: Finger / Zeh
English: finger / toe
Norwegian (Bokmål): finger / tå
Dutch: vinger / teen
Swedish: finger / tå

Catalan: dit / dit (del peu)
French: doigt / orteil
Italian: dito / dito (del piede)
Portuguese: dedo (da mão) / dedo (do pé)
Spanish: dedo (de la mano) / dedo (del pie)

Lithuanian: pirštas / kojos pirštas
Latvian: pirksts / kājas pirksts

Irish Gaelic: méar / ladhar

Polish: palec / palec (u nogi)
Serbian: prst / (nožni) prst
Slovenian: prst / prst (na nogi)

Finnish: sormi / varvas
Estonian: sõrm / varvas
Hungarian: ujj / lábujj

Japanese: 指 [yubi] / 足の指[ashi no yubi],トー [tō]、トウ [tou]

Inuktitut: pakki / putuguq

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Postby Saaropean » 2005-08-27, 9:45

In the Rhine Franconian dialect of German, "toe" is [tseːpʰ] (tse:p), plural [ˈtseːʋə] (tse:P@).

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Postby paruha » 2005-08-27, 10:36

Jamtlandic: fingr / tá (plural: fingrar / tær)
Icelandic: fingur / tá (pl: fingur / tær)
Danish: finger / tå
German: Finger / Zeh
English: finger / toe
Norwegian (Bokmål): finger / tå
Dutch: vinger / teen
Swedish: finger / tå

Catalan: dit / dit (del peu)
French: doigt / orteil
Italian: dito / dito (del piede)
Portuguese: dedo (da mão) / dedo (do pé)
Spanish: dedo (de la mano) / dedo (del pie)

Lithuanian: pirštas / kojos pirštas
Latvian: pirksts / kājas pirksts

Irish Gaelic: méar / ladhar

Bulgarian: пръст / пръст (на крака)
Polish: palec / palec (u nogi)
Russian: палец / ?
Serbian: prst / (nožni) prst
Slovenian: prst / prst (na nogi)

Finnish: sormi / varvas
Estonian: sõrm / varvas
Hungarian: ujj / lábujj

Japanese: 指 [yubi] / 足の指[ashi no yubi],トー [tō]、トウ [tou]

Inuktitut: pakki / putuguq
Защо да харчим пари, които нямаме, за да купим неща, които не са ни нужни, така че да впечатлим хора, които не харесваме?

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Re: finger / toe

Postby h34 » 2021-04-18, 5:11

Jamtlandic: fingr / tá (plural: fingrar / tær)
Icelandic: fingur / tá (pl: fingur / tær)
Danish: finger / tå
German: Finger / Zeh
English: finger / toe
Norwegian (Bokmål): finger / tå
Dutch: vinger / teen
Swedish: finger / tå

Catalan: dit / dit (del peu)
French: doigt / orteil
Italian: dito / dito (del piede)
Portuguese: dedo (da mão) / dedo (do pé)
Spanish: dedo (de la mano) / dedo (del pie)

Lithuanian: pirštas / kojos pirštas
Latvian: pirksts / (kājas) pirksts

Irish Gaelic: méar / ladhar

Bulgarian: пръст / пръст (на крака)
Polish: palec / palec (u nogi)
Russian: палец / палец (ноги)
Serbian: prst / (nožni) prst
Slovenian: prst / prst (na nogi)

Finnic: Finnish: sormi / varvas
Finnic: Estonian: sõrm / varvas
Finnic: Livonian: suoŗm / :?:
Mordvinic: Erzya: сур / сур, пильгесур
Mordvinic: Moksha: сур / сур, пильгесур
Mari: Hill ~: парня / парня, ялварня
Mari: Meadow ~: парня / парня, йолварня
Permic: Komi-Zyrian: чунь / чунь, кокчунь
Permic: Udmurt: чиньы / чиньы, пыдчиньы
Ugric: Hungarian: ujj / lábujj
Ugric: Mansi: тулё̄выл / тулё̄выл

Japanese: 指 [yubi] / 足の指[ashi no yubi],トー [tō]、トウ [tou]

Inuktitut: pakki / putuguq
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Re: finger / toe

Postby Linguaphile » 2021-04-18, 15:37

+ missing word for Livonian; Chuanqiandian Hmong, Forest Enets, Hmong Daw, Hmong Njua, Inari Saami, Kildin Saami, Komi-Permyak, Livvi-Karelian, Ludic, Lule Saami, Nenets, Pite Saami, North Saami, Selkup, Skolt Saami, South Saami, Veps, Votic, Võro, Yukaghir

Jamtlandic: fingr / tá (plural: fingrar / tær)
Icelandic: fingur / tá (pl: fingur / tær)
Danish: finger / tå
German: Finger / Zeh
English: finger / toe
Norwegian (Bokmål): finger / tå
Dutch: vinger / teen
Swedish: finger / tå

Catalan: dit / dit (del peu)
French: doigt / orteil
Italian: dito / dito (del piede)
Portuguese: dedo (da mão) / dedo (do pé)
Spanish: dedo (de la mano) / dedo (del pie)

Lithuanian: pirštas / kojos pirštas
Latvian: pirksts / (kājas) pirksts

Irish Gaelic: méar / ladhar

Bulgarian: пръст / пръст (на крака)
Polish: palec / palec (u nogi)
Russian: палец / палец (ноги)
Serbian: prst / (nožni) prst
Slovenian: prst / prst (na nogi)

Finnic: Finnish: sormi / varvas
Finnic: Estonian: sõrm / varvas
Finnic: Livonian: suoŗm / vārbaz
Finnic: Livvi-Karelian: sormi / varvas
Finnic: Ludic: sorm / barbaz
Finnic: North Karelian: sormi / varvas
Finnic: Veps: sorm / barbaz
Finnic: Votic: sõrmi / varvaᴢ
Finnic: Võro: sõrḿ / varvaz
Mordvinic: Erzya: сур / сур, пильгесур
Mordvinic: Moksha: сур / сур, пильгесур
Mari: Hill ~: парня / парня, ялварня
Mari: Meadow ~: парня / парня, йолварня
Permic: Komi-Permyak: чунь / чунь, кок чунь
Permic: Komi-Zyrian: чунь / чунь, кокчунь
Permic: Udmurt: чиньы / чиньы, пыдчиньы
Saamic: Inari: čuvđe, suormâ / jyelgisuormâ
Saamic: Kildin: це̄ххп / ю̄лльк-це̄ххп
Saamic: Lule: tjuvdde / juolggetjuvdde
Saamic: Northern: suorbma / juolgesuorbma
Saamic: Pite: tjuvvde, suarbma / juällgetjuvvde
Saamic: Skolt: suõrmm / jue'lǧǧsuõrmm
Saamic: South: soerme / tjiehtjere
Samoyedic: Forest Enets: чубай / чубай
Samoyedic: Nenets: ӈудаʼтарка / ӈэʼтарка
Samoyedic: Selkup: муны / муны
Ugric: Hungarian: ujj / lábujj
Ugric: Mansi: тулё̄выл / тулё̄выл

Northern Yukaghir: сисха / сисха

Japanese: 指 [yubi] / 足の指[ashi no yubi],トー [tō]、トウ [tou]

Hmong: Daw/White: ntiv tes / ntiv taw
Hmong: Njua/Green: ntiv teg / ntiv taw
Hmong: Chuanqiandian: ndid del / ndid deut
Iu Mien: buoz-ndoqv / zaux-ndoqv

Inuktitut: pakki / putuguq

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Re: finger / toe

Postby Multiturquoise » 2021-04-18, 19:50

+ Azerbaijani, Chuvash, Sakha, Turkish

Jamtlandic: fingr / tá (plural: fingrar / tær)
Icelandic: fingur / tá (pl: fingur / tær)
Danish: finger / tå
German: Finger / Zeh
English: finger / toe
Norwegian (Bokmål): finger / tå
Dutch: vinger / teen
Swedish: finger / tå

Catalan: dit / dit (del peu)
French: doigt / orteil
Italian: dito / dito (del piede)
Portuguese: dedo (da mão) / dedo (do pé)
Spanish: dedo (de la mano) / dedo (del pie)

Lithuanian: pirštas / kojos pirštas
Latvian: pirksts / (kājas) pirksts

Irish Gaelic: méar / ladhar

Bulgarian: пръст / пръст (на крака)
Polish: palec / palec (u nogi)
Russian: палец / палец (ноги)
Serbian: prst / (nožni) prst
Slovenian: prst / prst (na nogi)

Finnic: Finnish: sormi / varvas
Finnic: Estonian: sõrm / varvas
Finnic: Livonian: suoŗm / vārbaz
Finnic: Livvi-Karelian: sormi / varvas
Finnic: Ludic: sorm / barbaz
Finnic: North Karelian: sormi / varvas
Finnic: Veps: sorm / barbaz
Finnic: Votic: sõrmi / varvaᴢ
Finnic: Võro: sõrḿ / varvaz
Mordvinic: Erzya: сур / сур, пильгесур
Mordvinic: Moksha: сур / сур, пильгесур
Mari: Hill ~: парня / парня, ялварня
Mari: Meadow ~: парня / парня, йолварня
Permic: Komi-Permyak: чунь / чунь, кок чунь
Permic: Komi-Zyrian: чунь / чунь, кокчунь
Permic: Udmurt: чиньы / чиньы, пыдчиньы
Saamic: Inari: čuvđe, suormâ / jyelgisuormâ
Saamic: Kildin: це̄ххп / ю̄лльк-це̄ххп
Saamic: Lule: tjuvdde / juolggetjuvdde
Saamic: Northern: suorbma / juolgesuorbma
Saamic: Pite: tjuvvde, suarbma / juällgetjuvvde
Saamic: Skolt: suõrmm / jue'lǧǧsuõrmm
Saamic: South: soerme / tjiehtjere
Samoyedic: Forest Enets: чубай / чубай
Samoyedic: Nenets: ӈудаʼтарка / ӈэʼтарка
Samoyedic: Selkup: муны / муны
Ugric: Hungarian: ujj / lábujj
Ugric: Mansi: тулё̄выл / тулё̄выл

Oghur: Chuvash: пӳрне / ура пӳрни
Oghuz: Azerbaijani: barmaq / ayaq barmağı
Oghuz: Turkish: parmak / ayak parmağı
Siberian: Sakha: тарбах / атах тарбаҕа

Northern Yukaghir: сисха / сисха

Japanese: 指 [yubi] / 足の指[ashi no yubi],トー [tō]、トウ [tou]

Hmong: Daw/White: ntiv tes / ntiv taw
Hmong: Njua/Green: ntiv teg / ntiv taw
Hmong: Chuanqiandian: ndid del / ndid deut
Iu Mien: buoz-ndoqv / zaux-ndoqv

Inuktitut: pakki / putuguq
Native: Turkish
B1-B2: English, Greek
A2-B1: Persian, Irish
A1-A2: Amharic, Hebrew
A1: Arabic
A0-A1: Estonian
A0: Tigrinya, Oromo


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