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Thai Vocabulary for Head and Face Posted by on May 2, 2012 in Beginner

As with things found in your room and home in the last post, you also see ‘things’ on your face every day as well . . .

Whether you use the words to gossip about someone, point out medical problems to a doctor, need help from your beautician, or for some other conversation, vocabulary for the head and face is a must-know.  You will use about half of them every single day, giving you plenty of chances to learn them quick.

หัว hua5 head
ผม pom5 hair
หน้าผาก naa3paak2 forehead
หน้า naa3 face
ผิว pew5 skin
คิ้ว kew4 eyebrow
ตา dtaa1 eye
หนังตา nang5dtaa1 eyelid
หู suu5 ear
จมูก ja2muuk2 nose
แก้ม gaaem3 cheek
ปาก bpaak2 mouth
ริมฝีปาก rim1fee5bpaak2 lip
ลิ้น lin4 tongue
ฟัน fan1 tooth/teeth
คาง kaang1 chin
หนวด nuad2 moustache
เครา kraow1 beard
คอ kaaw1 neck
คอ kaaw1 throat

Now for listening practice . . . I really apologize to the guys out there, but you’re going to have to suffer through this video. She uses about half the words on this list which is why I chose it. How many did you hear?

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