Many English words are derived from Latin roots, so you should have little difficulty matching the Latin names below with the body parts.

Some clues:

A nasal voice is a voice that sounds like it is coming through the nose.

Manual labor is work done by hand.

A cubit is an ancient measurement based on the average length of the elbow to the finger tips.

When you genuflect, you bend your knees.

A cap is something you put on your head.

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