Body Parts in Irish language

leg

Munster cos /cuss/
Ulster cos /coss/
Connacht cois /cu-esh/

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In Irish Gaelic, "cos" is used for both "leg" and "foot".

elbow

Munster uilinn /il-in/
Ulster uilinn /ill-in/
Connacht uilinn /il-in/

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eyes

Munster súile /soo-il-a/
Ulster súile /soo-il-a/
Connacht súile /soo-il-a/

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nose
srón

ear
cluas

head
ceann

hair
gruaig

neck
muinéal

shoulder
gualann

hand
lamh

finger
méar

toe
ladhar

backside, bottom
tóin

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