n. 1 nostril found in the beak of a bird 2 (context rare English) nostril
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Nare \Nare\ (n[^a]r), n. [L. naris.]
A nostril. [R.]
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
"nostril," late 14c., singular of nares.
Usage examples of "nare".
Nare, Spart and Coom were on their feet and out of the circle before Michael could blink twice.
As he twisted his head, he saw Nare on one side of him, Coom on the other.
Nare walked up behind Michael and Biri, carrying fruit in a newly-plaited grass mat.
Nare walked up behind Michael and Bin, carrying fruit in a newly-plaited grass mat.
Eschewing any fantastic imaginings, you may through good judgement have insight into the future if you keep to the specific names of places that accord with planetary configurations, and with inspiration places and aspects yield up hidden properties, namely that power in whose presence the three times [past, present, and future] are understood as Eternity whose unfolding contains them all: for all whings nare naked and open.