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heart, cardiac herz
How to say “heart, cardiac” in German? “Herz”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “herz” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on heart, cardiac in German like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to remember the German word “Herz”:
– Associate “Herz” with the English word “heart,” as they both start with the letter ‘H’ and refer to the same organ.
– Think of “Herz” like “hertz,” a unit of frequency; imagine your heart beating at a certain frequency or “Herz.”
– Remember a common phrase like “Ich liebe dich von ganzem Herzen” (I love you with all my heart) to solidify the association.

“Herz” is the German word for the organ “heart” in English. It is used both in the anatomical sense, referring to the organ that pumps blood through the body, and metaphorically, to express feelings and emotions, just as in English.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– In medical or anatomical contexts, you might also come across the term “Kardia” which is derived from the Greek language and has the same meaning but is less common in everyday German.

Alternate meanings or slang:
– “Herz” can be used in various idiomatic expressions and can form compound nouns. For slang or alternate meanings, it’s more about the phrases it creates, like “Herzensangelegenheit” (a matter of the heart), rather than the word itself having alternate slang meanings.
– “Herz” is also a suit in German card games, corresponding to “hearts” in English.

Examples of sentences:
– Anatomical: “Das Herz ist ein wesentlicher Muskel im KΓΆrper.” (The heart is an essential muscle in the body.)
– Emotional: “Sie hat ein großes Herz.” (She has a big heart.)
– Idiomatic: “Er hat das Herz auf dem rechten Fleck.” (He is a good person, literally: He has his heart in the right place.)
– Proverb: “Alte Liebe rostet nicht.” (Old love does not rust, but it can literally translate as “Old love does not become rusty at heart.”)
– Card games: “Ich spiele eine Karte vom Herz.” (I’m playing a card from the hearts suit.)

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