English version

toenail in Human topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtoenailtoe‧nail /ˈtəʊneɪl $ ˈtoʊ-/ ●○○ noun [countable]  HBHthe hard part that covers the top of each of your toes
Examples from the Corpus
toenailBut it is, in fact, a form of protein called keratin, similar in composition to our finger and toenails.Her appendix, womb and a kidney were removed along with in-growing toenails and haemorrhoids.She laughed and let him paint her toenails too, something that would not have occurred to her.Jennifer would be on the sofa painting her toenails different colors to see which one she liked best.He was fifteen minutes humming a hymn tune as he did his toenails.You could hear his toenails scraping along the sidewalk.A huge female foot hove into view, and then a vast hand appeared and clipped away at its toenails.I showered carefully, starting at my hair and ending between my toes and under my toenails.