Noun. The nose. Also schnozz, shnoz.

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  • schnoz — schnoz·zle; …   English syllables

  • schnoz|zo|la — «shnuh ZOH luh», noun. U.S. Slang. a nose, especially a large nose. ╂[probably < Yiddish shnoits snout + English ola, a slang suffix of Italian origin] …   Useful english dictionary

  • Schnoz — René Schnoz (* 18. Mai 1966[1]) ist ein Schweizer Schauspieler und Regisseur. Er ist im rätoromanischen Disentis aufgewachsen.[2] Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Werdegang 2 Filmografie …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • schnoz — schnozzle UK [ˈʃnɒz(ə)l] / US [ˈʃnɑz(ə)l] or schnoz UK [ʃnɒz] / US [ʃnɑz] noun [countable] Word forms schnozzle : singular schnozzle plural schnozzles humorous your nose …   English dictionary

  • schnoz — [[t]ʃnɒz[/t]] also schnoz•zle [[t]ˈʃnɒz əl[/t]] n. Slang. cvb sts a nose, esp. a large one • Etymology: 1935–40, amer.; prob. expressive alter. of nose, nozzle; schn by assoc. with any of several semantically related Yiddish words …   From formal English to slang

  • schnoz — noun informal terms for the nose • Syn: ↑beak, ↑honker, ↑hooter, ↑nozzle, ↑snoot, ↑snout, ↑schnozzle • Regions: ↑Uni …   Useful english dictionary

  • schnoz — or schnozz noun Date: 1940 slang nose; specifically a large nose …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • schnoz — /shnoz/, n. Slang. a nose, esp. one of unusually large size. Also, schnozz, schnozzle /shnoz euhl/, schnozzola /schno zoh leuh/. [1935 40, Amer.; prob. expressive alter. of NOSE, NOZZLE; schn by assoc. with any of several semantically related… …   Universalium

  • schnoz — noun The human nose …   Wiktionary

  • schnoz — (Roget s Thesaurus II) noun Slang. The structure on the human face that contains the nostrils and organs of smell and forms the beginning of the respiratory tract: nose, proboscis. Informal: beak, snoot. Slang: nozzle, schnozzle, snout. See BODY …   English dictionary for students

  • schnoz — n. (From Yiddish) schnozzle, nose (especially a large one) …   English contemporary dictionary

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