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narial

[ nair-ee-uhl ]
/ ˈnɛər i əl /
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adjective Anatomy.
of or relating to the nares or nostrils.
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Also nar·ine [nair-in, -ahyn]. /ˈnɛər ɪn, -aɪn/.

Origin of narial

1865–70; <Latin nāri(s) nostril (see nares) + -al1

OTHER WORDS FROM narial

in·ter·nar·i·al, adjectivepre·nar·i·al, adjective

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British Dictionary definitions for narial

narial

narine (ˈnɛərɪn, -raɪn)

/ (ˈnɛərɪəl) /

adjective
anatomy of or relating to the nares

Word Origin for narial

C19: from Latin nāris nostril
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