Definition of naris
naresplay \ˈner-ˌēz, ˈna-ˌrēz\
: either of the pair of openings of the nose or nasal cavity
Origin and Etymology of naris
borrowed from Latin nāris, plural nārēs “nostril”; akin to Latin nāsus “nose” — more at 1nose
First Known Use: 14th century
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