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English and Japanese translation of common words used by everyone

We use many common words in everyday life. In this article we have shared Japanese and English version of some of the most common words related to
body parts, face, hand, foot, internal organs, family, relationships, emotions, life events, children’s clothing, celebrations & festivals.

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Body Parts
English Language Japanese Language
male dansei
female josei

neck kubi
chest mune
abdomen hara
hip koshi
head atama
waist uesuto
navel heso
forearm zenwan
thigh futomomo
knee hiza
leg ashi
nape kubisuji
back senaka
shoulder kata
arm ude

armpit waki no shita
elbow hiji
wrist tekubi
buttock shiri
hand te

calf fukurahagi
ankle ashikubi
heel kakato
Face
English Language Japanese Language
hair karni

skin hifu
forehead hitai
eyebitem mayuge
eyelash matsuge
eye me

ear mimi
nose hana
cheek ho
mole hokuro
nostril hana no ana
lip kuchibiru

mouth kuchi
chin ago
wrinkle shiwa
freckle sobakasu
pore keana
dimple ekubo
Hand
English Language Japanese Language
ring finger kusuriyubi
middle finger nakayubi
index finger hitosashiyubi
little finger koyubi
wrist tekubi
palm tenohira
thumb oyayubi
fist kobushi
knuckle yubi no kansetsu
cuticle amakawa
nail tsume
Foot
English Language Japanese Language
toe ashiyubi

sole ashiura
heel kakato
toenail ashi no tsume
ankle ashikubi
Internal organs
English Language Japanese Language
thyroid gland kojosen
windpipe kikan
lung hai
heart shinzo
stomach i

spleen hizo
liver kanzo
duodenum junishicho
kidney jinzo
pancreas suizo
small intestine shocho
large intestine daicho

appendix mocho
sinus zentodo
palate kogai
tongue shita
larynx koto
Adam’s apple nodobotoke
vocal cords seitai
brain zuno
pharynx into
epiglottis kotogai
esophagus shokudo
throat nodo
Body systems
English Language Japanese Language
diaphragm okakumaku
respiratory kokyuki kei
digestive shokaki kei
vein jomyaku
artery domyaku
cardiovascular junkan kei
lymphatic rimpa kei
urinary hinyoki kei
endocrine naibumpi kei
gland sen
nerve shinkei
nervous shinkei kei
reproductive seishokuki kei
Family
English Language Japanese Language
wife tsuma
husband otto
son musuko
daughter musume
father chichi
mother haha
brother kyodai
sister shimai
grandmother sobo
grandfather sofu
uncle oji
aunt oba
cousin itoko
son-in-law muko
daughter-in-law yome
grandson mago musuko
granddaughter mago musume
mother-in-law gibo
father-in-law gifu
brother-in-law gikyodai
sister-in-law giri no shimai
niece mei
nephew oi
relatives shinrui
parents ryoshin
grandchildren mago
stepmother mama haha
stepson mama musuko
generation sedai
grandparents sofubo
children kodomo
stepfather mama chichi
stepdaughter mama musume
twins futago
baby nyuji
boy otoko no ko
girl onna no ko
teenager tin’eja

adult otona
man dansei
woman josei
Mrs. san
Mr. san
Miss chan
Relationship
English Language Japanese Language
office ofisu
manager manaja
assistant ashisutanto
business partner bijinesu patona
employer koyonushi
employee jugyoin
colleague doryo
neighbor rinjin
friend yujin
acquaintance shijin
pen pal pemparu
couple kappuru

boyfriend boifurendo
girlfriend garufurendo
fiance kon’yakusha
fiancee kon’yakusha
Emotions
English Language Japanese Language
smile bisho
happy ureshi
sad kanashi
excited kofun suru
bored akiru
surprised odoroku
scared kowagaru
angry okoru
confused konran suru
worried shimpai suru
nervous fuan
proud hokoru
confident jishin
embarrassed hazukashi
shy hanikamu
laugh warau
sigh tameiki o tsuku
shout donaru
shocked shogeki o ukeru
cry naku
faint kizetsu suru
yawn akubi suru
Life Events
English Language Japanese Language
be born umareru
start school nyugaku suru
make friends tomodachi ni naru
graduate sotsugyo suru

get a job shushoku suru
fall in love ren’ai suru
get married kekkon suru
have a baby shussan suru
wedding kekkonshiki
divorce rikon
funeral soshiki
christening senrei
make a will yuigonjo o kaku
anniversary kinembi
retire taishoku suru
honeymoon hanemun
die shinu
Celebrations & Festivals
English Language Japanese Language
birthday party tanjo pati
card kado
birthday tanjobi
present purexento
Christmas kurisumasu

New Year shogatsu
carnival kanibaru
Thanksgiving kanshasai
Easter fukkatsusai
Halloween haitemin
Passover sugikoshimatsuri
Children’s clothing
English Language Japanese Language
bodysuit hadagi
onesie bebiguro
snap sunappu
sleeper suripusutsu
romper rompasu

snowsuit sunosutsu
bib yodarekake
mittens miton
booties buti
terrycloth diaper omutsu
disposable diaper kami omutsu
plastic pants omutsu kaba
sun hat hiyokebo
apron epuron
overalls obaoru
shorts hanzubon
t-shirt tishatsu
skirt sukato
dress wampisu
jeans jipan
hood fudo
sandals sandaru
raincoat reinkoto
backpack ryukkusakku
toggle togurubotan
scarf mafura
parka anorakku
rain boots nagagutsu
duffel coat daffurukoto
bathrobe naitogaun
athletic shoes sunika
nightgown negurije
slippers surippa
nightwear nemaki
soccer uniform sakka gi
running suit torakkusutsu
leggings reginsu
natural fiber tennen sen’i
synthetic fiber gosei sen’i

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