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mouth

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1. He took a piece (of food) in his mouth.
2. He rinsed his mouth with water.
3. What a big mouth you have!

‘Mouth’ as part of face (‘lips’ + ‘oral cavity’), but should be kept separate from ‘lips’ per se, as well as ‘cheek pouches’ etc. It seems that some languages may possess two separate terms — one for ‘oral cavity’ (His mouth is full of water) and another for ‘external parts of the mouth’ (He has a very wide mouth) (plus a special designation for ‘lips’ per se); in such a case both terms can be accepted as synonyms. (Kassian et al. 2010)

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ID Language Source Form Phonological Form Notes Cognate Class
114 Proto-Indo-European *h₁oh₁s- F View
80 Hittite ais AF iss- F View
133 Luvian āssa F View
81 Tocharian A koy- P View
82 Tocharian B koyṃ P View
88 Albanian gojë Borrowed < It gola id (?), made ... (C) View
143 Standard Albanian gojë Loanword < Italian gola 'id' (or ... (C) View
2 Albanian Sicily gojë Borrowed < It gola id (?), made ... (C) View
4 Albanian Corinth gojë Borrowed < It gola id (?), made ... (C) View
3 Albanian Gheg goja Borrowed < It gola id (?), made ... (C) View
6 Albanian Tosk gojë Borrowed < It gola id (?), made ... (C) View
110 Ancient Greek στόμα stóma G.sg. στόματος J View
152 Tsakonian τουμα J View
32 Greek στόμα ˈsto̞ma J View
31 Greek Lesbos STOMA J View
129 Classical Armenian բերան beran D View
8 Armenian Eastern beran bɛˈɾɑn D View
7 Armenian Western BERAN D View
128 Avestan åŋh- F View
136 Sogdian kwc’ Sogdian Q View
75 Wakhi GHUS Q View
9 Baluchi DAF (L) View
118 Kurdish dev (L) View
137 Zazaki fek R View
72 Tajik daxan dæhɔːn L View
54 Persian DAHAN L View
77 Waziri KHWULA A View
1 Pashto XLA A View
138 Shughni γêv Q View
139 Sarikoli ɣov Q View
52 Ossetic KOM E View
52 Ossetic dzyx ʣɨχ E View
124 Ossetic Iron kom kom E View
125 Ossetic Digor kom kom E View
141 Kata-viri aši F View
154 Vasi-vari iš, īš F View
153 Askunu āšī F View
105 Vedic Sanskrit ā́s F View
162 Pāḷī mukha M View
41 Khaskura MUKH M View
51 Nepali MUKH M View
106 Assamese thōtā Mayang O View
106 Assamese mukh mukh M View
102 Oriya muhɔ̃ muhɔ̃ M View
102 Oriya tuṇḍɔ- tuɳɖɔ- O View
102 Oriya paṭi paʈi S View
10 Bengali muk mukʰ Also 'face'. M View
111 Bihari mũh mũh M View
144 Magahi मुंह mʊ̃h M View
104 Marwari mū̃ḍō M View
35 Hindi mukh mʊkʰ Also 'face'. M View
119 Urdu مُنْہ mʊ̃ʰ M View
103 Sindhi vātu T View
103 Sindhi mũhu M View
43 Lahnda MU M View
53 Punjabi MU M View
33 Gujarati MOH, MOHRU M View
50 Marathi tõnd tõɳɖ O View
40 Kashmiri MOKH M View
40 Kashmiri OS F View
65 Sinhalese KATA View
34 Romani Greece MUI M View
100 Old Church Slavonic ѹста ustɑ An alternative lexeme is 'ѹстьна ... F View
95 Serbo-Croatian usta ˈǔːsta F View
15 Bulgarian уста uˈsta F View
92 Macedonian уста ˈusta F View
60 Russian рот rɔt I View
55 Polish usta 'usta Plural only. F View
16 Belarusian рот rɔt I View
73 Ukrainian рот rɔt I View
66 Slovak ústa ˈuːsta F View
18 Czech ústa ˈuːsta An alternative lexeme is 'huba ... F View
48 Sorbian Upper huba ˈhuba U View
47 Sorbian Lower guba ˈɡuba U View
97 Slovenian usta ˈǔːsta F View
108 Old Prussian austo F View
44 Latvian mute M View
46 Lithuanian burna bʊrˈnɐ D View
109 Old Norse munnr munːr B View
36 Icelandic munnur ˈmʏnːʏr B View
23 Faroese munnur, muður ˈmʊnːʊɹ, muːwʊɹ B View
58 Norwegian Riksmal munn mʉnː B View
159 Stavangersk monn munː B View
157 Old Swedish munder ˈmunder B View
69 Swedish mun mɵnː B View
71 Swedish Vilhelmina MON B View
70 Swedish Uppland MUN B View
145 Elfdalian munn mʉnː B View
20 Danish mund mɔnˀ B View
158 Danish Fjolde mond monʲ B View
161 Gutnish Lau mun munː B View
99 Old English mūþ B View
22 English mouth maʊθ B View
26 Frisian mûle mulə Replaced HAPPERT, MULWIRK, SNAPPERT. Delinked ... M View
21 Dutch mond mɔnt B View
24 Flemish MOND B View
83 Afrikaans MOND B View
87 Sranan MOFO B View
126 Old High German mund B View
27 German Mund mʊnt B View
86 Pennsylvania Dutch MAUL M View
120 Luxembourgish Mond B View
121 German Switzerland muu B View
107 Gothic munþs B View
112 Latin ōs oːs gen. ōris. F View
17 Catalan boca ˈbokə G View
56 Portuguese boca ˈbokɐ Removed second -C-. G View
68 Spanish boca 'boka G View
61 Sardinian Cagliari BUKKA G View
62 Sardinian Logudoro BUCCA G View
63 Sardinian Nuoro BUKKA G View
85 French Creole Dominica BUS G View
76 Walloon BOKE G View
25 French bouche buʃ G View
57 Provencal BOUCO, AIS G View
42 Ladin BUOCHA G View
146 Dolomite Ladino bociå Online dictionary gives same form ... G View
123 Romansh bucca G View
122 Friulian bocje G View
39 Italian bocca 'bokka G View
59 Romanian gură C View
74 Vlach GURE C View
140 Gaulish genu- Reconstructed form, based on attestations ... H View
140 Gaulish manto-/i- Reconstructed form, based on attestations ... View
140 Gaulish bocca Latin bucca is often regarded ... G View
127 Old Irish bél bʹe:l (K) View
127 Old Irish gin gʹiun H View
149 Old Cornish genau H View
101 Middle Cornish ganow 'ganɔʊ H View
148 Old Breton genou H View
172 Middle Breton bec ˈbeːk V View
172 Middle Breton guenou, guenouff ˈgeːnu, ˈgeːnow H View
12 Breton genoù ˈgeːnu, ˈgeːnow H View
79 Welsh ceg (N) View
79 Welsh genau H View
38 Irish béal bʲeːl̪ˠ Removed ,-EIL. K View
115 Scottish Gaelic beul K View
147 Manx beeal K View
5 [Legacy] Albanian T gojë ˈɡɔj(ə) Borrowed < It gola id (?), made ... (C) View
29 [Legacy] Greek K STOMA J View
28 [Legacy] Greek D STOMA J View
30 [Legacy] Greek Md STOMA J View
64 [Legacy] Serbocroatian USTA F View
113 [Legacy] Serbian usta ǔːsta F View
89 [Legacy] Bulgarian P USTA F View
49 [Legacy] Macedonian USTA F View
94 [Legacy] Russian P ROT I View
93 [Legacy] Polish P USTA F View
90 [Legacy] Byelorussian P ROT I View
98 [Legacy] Ukrainian P ROT I View
19 [Legacy] Czech E HUBA View
96 [Legacy] Slovak P USTA F View
91 [Legacy] Czech P USTA F View
67 [Legacy] Slovenian VUJSTA F View
45 [Legacy] Lithuanian O BURNA D View
11 [Legacy] Brazilian BOCA G View
142 [Legacy] German Munich Mund < Pr. Germ. *munþa- ‘mouth’. B View
84 [Legacy] French Creole C BUS G View
14 [Legacy] Breton St genoù 'gẽ:nu Blažek gives simply 'genou'. H View
13 [Legacy] Breton Se GENEU, BEG H View
78 [Legacy] Welsh C CEG N View
37 [Legacy] Irish A BEAL K View