"nostril," late 14c., singular of nares.
Examples from the Web for nare
And Miss Corcoran, followed by Nare, reached it in less time than it takes to tell.
Nare she have been, all 'e time, stealing 'a soogar, old Davy!The Maid of Sker|Richard Doddridge Blackmore
There's nare another boy nor man in this whole country round has such a name—nor woman, neither.Horse-Shoe Robinson|John Pendleton Kennedy
"And it would be a sin to stampede over these attractive buttercups," Nare pleaded.
In a whirling fashion Nare was conscious of this, and of Miss Corcoran's pale face, as he stood once more over the trap.