A Swedish doctor's collection of English anatomical idioms


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He’s mixing in various idioms based on the word “arm” (a weapon), which is not actually related to the word “arm” (the body part) until you go way back to Proto-Indo-European.


If this phrase is about human anatomy…I’ve been using it in altogether too mixed of company…

Why do the people look like aliens in this 1895 "gynecological gymnastics" book

That person has no genitals.


I think 90% of readers will start with the same specific body part


A reinvented language?


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