plural noun, singular nar·is [nair-is] /ˈnɛər ɪs/. Anatomy.
Origin of nares
Related Words for naressnout, beak, muzzle, snoot, proboscis, bill, nares, nostrils, adenoids, schnoz, snuffer, horn, sniffer, smeller
Examples from the Web for nares
Historical Examples of nares
This illustration was overlooked by Nares, to whose Glossary you refer.
Agreeing in this derivation, we do not admit Nares's explanation.The Book of Christmas
Thomas K. Hervey
This was an offer too valuable to be disregarded, and was accepted by Captain Nares.The Great Frozen Sea
Albert Hastings Markham
Why is the nares anteri the ruling center of tone direction?Expressive Voice Culture
Jessie Eldridge Southwick
What he and Nares talked about was of no particular consequence.Long Odds
pl n singular naris (ˈnɛərɪs)
Word Origin for nares
"nostrils," 1690s, from Latin nares, plural of naris "nostril," from PIE root *nas- (see nose (n.)).