Spraint an Indian name for otter dung
Technically you can not sprain your pelvis it's self. You can sprain your hip however, this is because a sprain is located in a joint.
A sprain is soft tissue damage. You cannot sprain a bone. You can sprain your thumb, just not the bone itself.
A sprain of the lumbar vertebrata.
to sprain (verb) = nakÃ¡ (× ×§×¢) sprain (noun) = nÃ©ka (× ×§×¢)
A sprain is an injury to a ligament. A sprain is an injury to a muscle or tendon.
An ankle sprain
The future tense is "will sprain"
a sprain happens if a ligament is torn
You will sprain your ankle.
Sprained is the past tense of sprain.
There is one syllable in the word 'sprain'.