Here are words and phrases associated with bodies.
(Below is copied from https://www.thoughtco.com/body-parts-vocabulary-3079570)
Arm — el brazo
Back — la espalda
Backbone — la columna vertebral
Brain — el cerebro, el seso
Breast, chest — el pecho
Buttocks — las nalgas
Calf — la pantorrilla
Ear — el oído, la oreja
Elbow — el codo
Eye — el ojo
Finger — el dedo
Foot — el pie
Hair — el pelo
Hand — la mano (Mano is one of the very few and the most common of the Spanish nouns that are of Spanish by being feminine even though ending in o.)
Head — la cabeza
Heart — el corazón
Hip — la cadera
Intestine — el intestino
Knee — la rodilla
Leg — la pierna
Liver — el hígado
Mouth — la boca
Muscle — el músculo
Neck — el cuello
Nose — la nariz
Shoulder — el hombro
Skin — la piel
Stomach (abdomen) — el vientre
Stomach (internal organ) — el estómago
Thigh — el muslo
Throat — la garganta
Toe — el dedo (Note that dedo can refer to fingers or toes; it comes from the same word from which we get "digit," which can also refer to fingers or toes. If you need to be more specific than dedo, you can use dedo de la mano for a finger and dedo del pie for a toe.)
Tongue — la lengua
Tooth — el diente, la muela
¡Abre los ojos! (Open your eyes!)
¡Cierre la boca! (Shut your mouth!)
Él bajó la cabeza para orar. (He bowed his head to pray.) The possessive adjective is used when needed to avoid ambiguity.
Me gustan tus ojos. (I like your eyes.)
Acerqué mi mano a su cabeza. (I moved my hand close to his head.) Although English often omits the definite article when referring to body parts, they are usually retained in Spanish when a possessive adjective is not used.
Tengo el pelo ❤❤❤❤❤. (I have black hair.) Prefiero los ojos verdes. (I prefer green eyes.)
request for additions: cheek, chin, shin, forehead, temple, wrist, ankle, palm, sole, nail, nostril ...
Mejilla, mentón, espinilla, (la) frente, (la) sien, muñeca, tobillo, palma, suela, uña, fosa nasal.
Other words I think could go here: alma (soul), rótula (kneecap), lunar (mole), pestaña (eyelash), párpado (eyelid, the verb parpadear, to blink, comes from this), and ceja (eyebrow)
muchas gracias! aqui tienes un lingot porque es muy util y en alphabetical order!
N e g r o is blocked out since it is a derogatory word in English (it is black in Spanish)
❤❤❤❤❤ is a word that requires intent for it to be derogatory. It is the word that begins with NI**** that is derogatory. ❤❤❤❤❤ just means black and it always has. It is sad that people have to be racist in the first place.
Agreed. "❤❤❤❤❤" (to refer to black people) is old-fashioned and outdated at this point but it's never been commonly understood as a slur.
Yes, very outdated. Great observation. As a child of the 60's I remember is as common and believe MLK used it in his speeches. This is an example of language evolving, in what seems to me, a relatively short period.