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nāris is, f

1 NA-, a nostril : mediā nare, O.: nares recte sursum sunt.—Plur, the nose : reticulum ad narīs sibi admovere: mediis in naribus Gibbus, Iu.: tauri spirantes naribus ignem, V.The nose (as expressive of sagacity or of scorn): naribus Duces tura, smell , H.: ne sordida mappa Corruget narīs, cause you to turn up , H.: omnis copia narium, sweet-smelling flowers , H.: naris emunctae senex, i. e. keen perception , Ph.: acutae nares, H.: homo naris obesae, dull , H.: naribus uti, turn up the nose , H.

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