dent

Partie du corps et plus particulièrement de la bouche, en nombre différent selon les espèces, constitué de petits os aux fonctions diverses (mâcher, mordre…) – Peut refléter un certain état de santé, et notamment les soins qu’on leur apporte ou non.

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mouth

Orifice located in the lower face, contributing to various functions (breathing, eating, speaking, smoking ...) - Can be a source of sensuality.


bouche

Orifice situé dans le bas du visage, concourant à diverses fonctions (respirer, manger, parler, fumer…) – Peut être source de sensualité.

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mouth

069/200mouth

Kandy is home of the Temple of the Tooth Relic, a sacred place of worship for Buddhism. (Sinhala lg, Sinhala wr or Tamil lg, Tamil wr)


Kandy abrite le temple de la relique de la dent, un lieu de culte sacré pour le bouddhisme.

What is the mouth? How to define it? From the plateau women of the Mursis to the blackened teeth of the ohaguro, from the filed teeth of the Pygmies to the tongue taken from the Maori hei-tiki, how has the mouth and its different attributes been considered? What place does it take in the relationship with others, linguistically, socially, emotionally? How do we consider it today?

Qu’est-ce que la bouche ? Comment la définir ? Des femmes à plateaux chez les Mursis à la dentition noircie de l’ohaguro, des dents limées chez les Pygmées à la langue tirée du hei-tiki maori, comment a-t-on considéré la bouche et ses différents attributs ? Quelle place prend-elle dans la relation aux autres, linguistique, sociale, affective… ? Comment la considérons-nous aujourd’hui ?

歯が痛いです。

Hagaitaidesu.

: J’ai mal aux dents.

: 歯が痛いです。

Hagaitaidesu.

: Ich habe Zahnschmerzen. / Mein Zahn tut weh.

: 我牙痛。

Wǒ yátòng.

: Ho (un) mal di denti.

: Tengo dolor de muela. – Me duelen los dientes.

: I have a toothache.

These are just introductory steps – Please if you see anything to be added or modified, contact us, we’ll be glad to receive your contribution...

Ich habe Zahnschmerzen. / Mein Zahn tut weh.

: J’ai mal aux dents.

: 歯が痛いです。

Hagaitaidesu.

: Ich habe Zahnschmerzen. / Mein Zahn tut weh.

: 我牙痛。

Wǒ yátòng.

: Ho (un) mal di denti.

: Tengo dolor de muela. – Me duelen los dientes.

: I have a toothache.

These are just introductory steps – Please if you see anything to be added or modified, contact us, we’ll be glad to receive your contribution...

J’ai mal aux dents.

: J’ai mal aux dents.

: 歯が痛いです。

Hagaitaidesu.

: Ich habe Zahnschmerzen. / Mein Zahn tut weh.

: 我牙痛。

Wǒ yátòng.

: Ho (un) mal di denti.

: Tengo dolor de muela. – Me duelen los dientes.

: I have a toothache.

These are just introductory steps – Please if you see anything to be added or modified, contact us, we’ll be glad to receive your contribution...

Tengo dolor de muela. – Me duelen los dientes.

: J’ai mal aux dents.

: 歯が痛いです。

Hagaitaidesu.

: Ich habe Zahnschmerzen. / Mein Zahn tut weh.

: 我牙痛。

Wǒ yátòng.

: Ho (un) mal di denti.

: Tengo dolor de muela. – Me duelen los dientes.

: I have a toothache.

These are just introductory steps – Please if you see anything to be added or modified, contact us, we’ll be glad to receive your contribution...

我牙痛。

Wǒ yátòng.

: J’ai mal aux dents.

: 歯が痛いです。

Hagaitaidesu.

: Ich habe Zahnschmerzen. / Mein Zahn tut weh.

: 我牙痛。

Wǒ yátòng.

: Ho (un) mal di denti.

: Tengo dolor de muela. – Me duelen los dientes.

: I have a toothache.

These are just introductory steps – Please if you see anything to be added or modified, contact us, we’ll be glad to receive your contribution...

Ho (un) mal di denti.

: J’ai mal aux dents.

: 歯が痛いです。

Hagaitaidesu.

: Ich habe Zahnschmerzen. / Mein Zahn tut weh.

: 我牙痛。

Wǒ yátòng.

: Ho (un) mal di denti.

: Tengo dolor de muela. – Me duelen los dientes.

: I have a toothache.

These are just introductory steps – Please if you see anything to be added or modified, contact us, we’ll be glad to receive your contribution...

I have a toothache.

: J’ai mal aux dents.

: 歯が痛いです。

Hagaitaidesu.

: Ich habe Zahnschmerzen. / Mein Zahn tut weh.

: 我牙痛。

Wǒ yátòng.

: Ho (un) mal di denti.

: Tengo dolor de muela. – Me duelen los dientes.

: I have a toothache.

These are just introductory steps – Please if you see anything to be added or modified, contact us, we’ll be glad to receive your contribution...
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