Lists of 206 human bones, sorted in different ways

The human body has 206 bones. A lot of the bones are in sets of two or more each.


The bones sorted by location:

Bones in the Head

Cranial bones (8)

frontal

parietal (2)

temporal (2)

occipital

sphenoid

ethmoid

Facial bones (14)

mandible

maxilla (2)

palatine (2)

zygomatic (2)

nasal (2)

lacrimal (2)

vomer

inferior nasal conchae (2)

Ear bones (6)

malleus (2)

incus (2)

stapes (2)

Throat bones (1)

hyoid

Shoulder bones(4)

shoulder blade (2)

collarbone (2) (also called the clavicle)

Thorax bones (25)

sternum (1)

ribs (2 x 12)

Vertebral column bones (24)

cervical vertebrae (7)

thoracic vertebrae (12)

lumbar vertebrae (5)

Bones in the Arms

Upper Arm bones (2)

humerus (2)

Forearm bones (4)

radius (2)

ulna (2)

Hand Bones (54)

Wrist bones
scaphoid (2)

lunate (2)

triquetral (2)

pisiform (2)

trapezium (2)

trapezoid (2)

capitate bone (2)

hamate (2)

Palm bonesmetacarpals (5 x 2)

Finger bonesproximal phalanges (5 x 2)

intermediate phalanges (4 x 2)

distal phalanges (5 x 2)

Pelvis bones (4)

sacrum

coccyx

hip bone (2)

Leg bones (6)

femur or thigh bone (2)

patella (2)

tibia (2)

fibula (2)

Feet bones (52)
Ankle bonescalcaneus (heel bone) (2)

talus (2)

navicular (2)

medial cuneiform (2)

intermediate cuneiform (2)

lateral cuneiform (2)

cuboid (2)

metatarsal bone (5 x 2)

Toe bonesproximal phalanges (5 x 2)

intermediate phalanges (4 x 2)

distal phalanges (5 x 2)


The bones randomized, remember some of the bones have more than one each

Lunate Bone

Trapezium

Capitate Bone

Vomer

Maxilla

Lateral Cuneiform Bone

Gladiolus

Talus

Metatarsal Bone

Ribs

Humerus

Intermediate Phalanges

Carpal

Sphenoid Bone

Scapula Or Shoulder Blade

Sacrum

Trapezoid Bone

Coccyx

Stapes

Medial Cuneiform Bone

Pisiform Bone

Tibia

Clavicle Or Collarbone

Parietal Bone

Proximal Phalanges

Lacrimal Bone

Hamate Bone

Fibula

Palatine Bone

Scaphoid Bone

Intermediate Cuneiform Bone

Ulna

Temporal Bone

Cuboid Bone

Lumbar Vertebrae

Triquetral Bone

Malleus

Ethmoid Bone

Cervical Vertebrae

Hip Bone

Inferior Nasal Conchae

Mandible

Distal Phalanges

Femur

Zygomatic Bone

Navicular Bone

Thoracic Vertebrae

Frontal Bone

Calcaneus

Metacarpal Bones

Xiphoid Process

Incus

Nasal Bone

Manubrium

Patella

Radius

Hyoid Bone

Occipital Bone


The bones alphabetically, remember some have more than one each

Calcaneus

Capitate Bone

Carpal

Cervical Vertebrae

Clavicle Or Collarbone

Coccyx

Cuboid Bone

Distal Phalanges

Ethmoid Bone

Femur

Fibula

Frontal Bone

Gladiolus

Hamate Bone

Hip Bone

Humerus

Hyoid Bone

Incus

Inferior Nasal Conchae

Intermediate Cuneiform Bone

Intermediate Phalanges

Lacrimal Bone

Lateral Cuneiform Bone

Lumbar Vertebrae

Lunate Bone

Malleus

Mandible

Manubrium

Maxilla

Medial Cuneiform Bone

Metacarpal Bones

Metatarsal Bone

Nasal Bone

Navicular Bone

Occipital Bone

Palatine Bone

Parietal Bone

Patella

Pisiform Bone

Proximal Phalanges

Radius

Ribs

Sacrum

Scaphoid Bone

Scapula Or Shoulder Blade

Sphenoid Bone

Stapes

Talus

Temporal Bone

Thoracic Vertebrae

Tibia

Trapezium

Trapezoid Bone

Triquetral Bone

Ulna

Vomer

Xiphoid Process

Zygomatic Bone