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Roxane 2 year s ago
#6 In german it´s "Kniekehle". Literal translation "knee throat"
       
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Marjorie 2 year s ago
Roxane,

Knäveck in Swedish or "knee fold"
       
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Humey 2 year s ago
Quote: Roxane
Knäveck


In Dutch it's called "knieholte" wich translates to knee cavity.
       
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Lan 2 year s ago
Quote: Roxane
       

"Fosse poplitée" in french, to describe "le creux du genoux" :D
       
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Beatrice 2 year s ago
Actually called Popliteal
       
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Thaney 2 year s ago
It’s called ‘the back of the knee’
       
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Vin 2 year s ago
I've been saying kneepit for years and always have received the strangest of looks. 35
An ex of mine who is a nurse started using it in her hospital and it stuck.
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Who would've thought?
       
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Kathy 2 year s ago
1= Bread
2= B*tch
3= Dog
4= Arrow
5= Paper
6= Jeans
7= Dirt
8= Post it note
9= Trainers.
10= Backpack
11= Transexual.
12= The amount your life is worth.
13= A [email protected]#king hat.
       
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You might have thought that the lines we have in our hands don’t have a particular name, but they are called single palmar creases.

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