Name of Organs

Hand = the palm, fingers, and thumb are all portion of a person's arm that extends beyond the wrist.

Arm = from the shoulder to the hand, each of the two upper limbs of the human body.

Elbow = the joint that connects the forearm and upper arm.

Palm = between the fingers and the wrist on the underside of the hand.

Finger = any of the hand's long, thin, distinct components, particularly those that aren't thumbs.

Thumb = the first digit of the human hand is a small, thick finger that is positioned lower and apart from the other four and opposable to them.

Forefinger = the first or index finger is the finger nearest to the thumb.

Middle finger = the longest finger on the hand, located between the index and ring fingers.

Ring finger = the wedding ring is worn on the finger adjacent to the little finger, especially on the left hand.

Little finger = the tiniest finger on your hand is your little finger.

Nail = in humans and other primates, a horny coating on the top surface of the tip of the finger and toe.

Fist = When the fingers of a person's hand are curved in towards the palm and securely held there, usually to strike a blow or clutch something

Corn, knuckle = a portion of a finger at a joint where the bone is close to the surface, particularly where the finger meets the hand.

Wrist = the connection between the hand and the forearm.

Armpit = the depression beneath the arm's and shoulder's junction.

Leg = each of a person's or animal's limbs that allows them to walk and stand.

Heel = below the ankle, the back section of the human foot.

Shank /Shin = a person's leg, particularly the area between the knee and the ankle.

Ankle = the link between the foot and the leg.

Foot = A person's lower leg, below the ankle, on which he or she stands or walks.

Instep = between the ball and the ankle of a person's foot.

Toe = any of the five digits on the human foot's end.

Big toe = on the inside side of the foot, the biggest toe.

Phalanges = one of a vertebrate's digital bones, found in the hand or foot.

Sole = the underneath of someone's foot.

Knee = in humans, the joint between the thigh and the lower leg.

Patella = a little flat triangular bone in front of the knee joint that protects it.

Metatarsal = any one of the foot's bones.

Metacarpal = any one of the hand's five bones.

Pastern = a section of an equine's foot that runs from the fetlock to the top of the hoof.

Carpal bone = the eight tiny bones that make up the wrist are known as carpal bones.

Thigh = between the hip and the knee of a person's leg.

Hip joint = the ball-and-socket joint that connects a leg to the body's trunk.

Hough = A meat joint made composed of the portion of the leg that extends from the hock up the leg.

Buttock/Rump = one of the two spherical fleshy human body parts that make up the bottom.

Hunch / waist = the region of the body between the ribs and the hips.

Hip = the body's circumference at the buttocks.

Back = from the shoulders to the hips, the back surface of the human body.

Body = a person's bodily structure, which includes the bones, flesh, and organs.

Breast = either of two soft, projecting glands on a woman's top front that release milk after childbirth.