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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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The metal part that surrounds the edges of different cylindrical objects like brushes, pencils, or any other object is called the ferrule. It is used to preserve the objects’ edges, shape them, or hold something specific.

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