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Anatomy and Health Conditions Vocabulary in Azerbaijani

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Learning a new language offers a window into a different culture and way of life. For students of Azerbaijani, expanding your vocabulary to include terms related to anatomy and health can not only help you in everyday conversations but also prepare you for visits to the doctor or hospital, should the need arise. This article will walk you through some essential anatomy and health condition vocabulary in Azerbaijani, complete with definitions and example sentences.

The Azerbaijani word for body. The human body consists of numerous systems that work together to maintain vitality and health.
Onun bədəni çox güclü və sağlamdır. (His/her body is very strong and healthy.)

This word means health in Azerbaijani, referring to the state of well-being in which a person is free from illness.
Sağlamlıq ən böyük sərvətdir. (Health is the greatest wealth.)

A general term for disease or illness in Azerbaijani.
Xəstəlik zamanı, insan özünə daha çox qayğı göstərməlidir. (During illness, one should take extra care of oneself.)

Heart in Azerbaijani. The organ that pumps blood throughout the body supplying oxygen and nutrients.
Ürək sağlamlığı üçün mütəmadi idman vacibdir. (Regular exercise is important for heart health.)

The word for head in Azerbaijani. It’s the upper part of the body that contains the brain and the organs of sense.
Baş ağrısı çəkdiyi üçün o, dərman içdi. (He/She took medicine because of a headache.)

Brain in Azerbaijani. The organ of the body in the head that controls functions, movements, sensations, and thoughts.
Beyin fəaliyyətini yaxşılaşdırmaq üçün kitab oxumaq faydalıdır. (Reading books is beneficial to improve brain function.)

Blood in Azerbaijani. The red liquid that circulates in the arteries and veins, carrying oxygen to and carbon dioxide from the tissues of the body.
Qan verərək siz başqalarının həyatını xilas edə bilərsiniz. (By donating blood, you can save someone else’s life.)

Bone in Azerbaijani. Each of the pieces of hard, whitish tissue making up the skeleton in humans and other vertebrates.
Kalsium sümüklərin sağlamlığını qorumaq üçün vacibdir. (Calcium is essential for maintaining bone health.)

The liver in Azerbaijani. A large glandular organ in the abdomen, involved in many metabolic processes.
Qaraciyər sağlamlığını qorumaq üçün spirtli içkilərdən uzaq durun. (Stay away from alcoholic beverages to protect liver health.)

Lung in Azerbaijani. Each of the pair of organs situated within the ribcage, responsible for the inhalation and exhalation of air.
Temiz hava ağciyərlər üçün çox faydalıdır. (Clean air is very beneficial for the lungs.)

Stomach in Azerbaijani. The internal organ in which the major part of digestion of food occurs.
Ağır yemək mədəyə zərər verə bilər. (Eating heavy food can harm the stomach.)

Skin in Azerbaijani. The thin layer of tissue forming the natural outer covering of the body of a person or animal.
Günəş kremi istifadə etməklə, dəri sağlamlığını qoruyursunuz. (By using sunscreen, you are protecting your skin health.)

Flu in Azerbaijani. An infectious disease caused by an influenza virus, with symptoms including fever, chills, and body aches.
Qrip mövsümündə insanlar daha çox əlcək və maska istifadə edirlər. (During the flu season, people use gloves and masks more often.)

In conclusion, knowing these basic terms related to anatomy and health conditions in Azerbaijani can greatly enhance your communication with medical professionals and help you to describe symptoms or understand advice while in Azerbaijan. Keep practicing, and you’ll soon find yourself at ease discussing these topics in your new language.

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