one’s arm or arms.
The stative form of this word antāka means “having arm muscles, muscular”. So to say someone is arm-y (armed? English does not have an adjective with this meaning that I can tell.), la sāen matāka, means that person is muscular.
[Note: I’m not planning on having entries for every single part of the body I have words for. I figure I will stick with the more common and more interesting ones. If you think I have missed something and want to know the word for it, let me know and I will make an entry for you.]
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We do kind of have a way to say something similar in English. If you say someone’s “all arms”, it means that they’ve got big or otherwise unmissable arms.
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