Armpit meaning in different languages

Armpit meaning in different Indian languages like Tamil, Hindi, Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada, Bengali, Punjabi, Marathi, Gujarati and Nepali and other different languages like Chinese, Arabic, French, German, Korean, Russian, Spanish, Finnish, Italian, Filipino, Bulgarian, Esperanto, Hungarian, Indonesian, Japanese, Javanese, Norwegian, Portuguese, Yoruba, Romanian, Sundanese, Vietnamese, Danish, Maltese, Polish, Swahili, Swedish, Turkish, Thai, Dutch, Czech, Greek, Hausa, Irish, Latin, Malay, Zulu. Here is a multilingual translation / multilingual dictionary of the word Armpit with their pronunciation in English.

Armpit meaning in different languages

Armpit in different languages with pronunciation

Indian languages

The below table gives the translation of the word Armpit in different Indian languages with their pronunciation in English.

Languages

Meaning

Tamil

அக்குள் akkul

Hindi

बगल bagal

Telugu

బాహుమూలములో Bahumulamulo

Malayalam

കക്ഷം kaksam

Kannada

ಆರ್ಮ್ಪಿಟ್ armpit

Bengali

বগল Bagala

Punjabi

ਕੱਛ Kacha

Marathi

बगल Bagala

Gujarati

બગલ Bagala

Nepali

बगल Bagala

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Other languages

The below table gives the translation of the word Armpit in other different languages with their pronunciation in English.

Languages

Meaning

Chinese

yewo

Arabic

إبط ‘iibt

Japanese

脇の下 Wakinoshita

Korean

겨드랑이 gyeodeulang-i

Russian

подмышка podmyshka

Greek

μασχάλη maschali

Bulgarian

подмишница podmishnitsa

Thai

รักแร้ rakrae

French

aisselle

German

Achsel

Spanish

axila

Finnish

kainalo

Italian

ascella

Filipino

kilikili

Esperanto

akselo

Hungarian

hónalj

Indonesian

ketiak

Javanese

kelek

Norwegian

armhule

Portuguese

axila

Romanian

subsuoară

Sundanese

kelek

Vietnamese

nách

Danish

armhule

Maltese

kustilja

Polish

Pacha

Swahili

kwapa

Swedish

armhåla

Turkish

koltukaltı

Dutch

oksel

Yoruba

armpit

Czech

podpaží

Hausa

hamata

Irish

poll ascaille

Latin

media ala circumdanda

Malay

ketiak

Zulu

ikhwapha

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