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Nose Nostril Nosy
Engraved before 1811 from an original in the then Museum Pio Clemens in Rome (Click for details)
Esculapius (Medicine) between Mercury (Merchants) and the Graces (Medicine, Hygiene and Panacea)
Esculapius dealt with Patients - Merchants make deals with Clients

~ NOSE     id+ | BEAK PEAK SNOUT PROW BOW BILL |
           id+ | SENSORY ORGAN OF SMELL or ODOR |
           sc> see> PROSBOSCIS
~ NOSTRIL  or NARES
           id+ | EXTERNAL NASAL OPENINGS |
~ NOSY     id+ | PROMINENT NOSE
^u              also for MEDDLERS |
  ply> | note that INFORMER often are NOSY |
  note NOSE IS THE PROMINENT COMPONENT OF THE
       FRONT FACE FACIES ROSTRUM MUZZLE of animals
  note links between
  see> BIRTH
  see> NATAL
  sug> SWIM
  note BUTTOCK
  sug> NUTRIENT
  sug> NURSING
  ply> | A NEWBORN FLUCTUATES OR SWIMS IN FLUID
         AT TERM IT NAVIGATES THROUGH THE BIRTH CANAL
  FASTENED BY THE UMBILICAL CORD
  TO BE DELIVERED NOSE FIRST
  TO THE MATERNAL BERTH
  WHERE IT WILL BE NOURISHED AND NURSED |
  skt     SNAUTI      = TO DRIP
  note                  ply> | SNOUTS CAN DRIP |
          SNATI         TO BATHE
  lat      NATO         TO SWIM also
           NARE         also
                        BUTTOCK or HAUNCH
  note     NARE         TO REAR
           NASUS        NOSE
           NASCITO      TO KNOW  TO OBSERVE
           NOSCO        TO UNDERSTAND
  sp     CONOZCO        I KNOW
                        TO HAVE AN see> IDEA
  ukr    DONOS          ACCUSATION  as in
         DONOSCHYK      INFORMER
  eng                   DENUNCIATION
  sp       NARIZ        NOSE
  lat      NARIS        NOSTRIL
  med>     NARES        EXTERNAL NASAL ORIFICES
  skt      NASA         NOSE
  ger      NASE         same
  lat      NASO         same
           NASUS        SHARP WIT
  Prakrit  NAKKA        or
           NASKA        INFORMER
  lat      NARIS        singular for NARES
                        also NOSE
                        also VENTS or OPENINGS
  ply>                  OPEN NOSTRILS ARE KEY FOR
  lat      NATARE       TO SWIM
  eng      NATANT       FLOAT also
                        FLUCTUATING MOTION
           NATATION     ART OF SWIMMING
           NATATORIUM   PLACE FOR SWIMMING
  note     the above    is akin to
  lat      NUTRIRE      TO NOURISH   sug> NURTURE
                        TO RAISE
  old eng  NOSETHRYRL   for
  med>     NOSTRIL      NOSE ORIFICE
  Germanic    THYRL     HOLE leading to
  eng         DRILL     PERFORATE and
           NOZZLE       SPOUT  FAUCET
  sp                    FAUCE = THROAT
  lit+     NUZZLE       FONDLE  CARESS WITH THE NOSE
  lat      ROSTRA       BEAK
  hx>                   PLATFORM FOR SPEAKERS
           ROSTRUM      SNOUT  BEAK  NOSE
                        BOW or PROW of SHIPS
  lat                   or PRORA
  med      RHIN~        prefix for NOSE
  gr       RHONCH       or
           RHONCHOS     sug> RHINOCEROS
           RHYNCHOS     NOSE SNOUT BILL BEAK
  note                  id+ | probably linked with SNORING |
                        see> RHINO
  med>     RHINOPLASTY  NOSE RECONSTRUCTION
           NASOPHARYNX  UPPER THROAT from
  gr           PHARYNX  THROAT
  med>  OTORHINOLARYNGOLOGY for HEALER of
        EAR NOSE LARYX     see> AETIUS
  hx>   MANY ROSTRA WERE BUILT IN THE ROMAN FORUM
        AS ELEVATED PLATFORMS FOR CITIZENS TO
  PLEA WITH OTHER ROMANS
  THE AUGUSTAN ROSTRA WAS DECORATED WITH THE
  BEAKS or BAWS or PROWS OF WAR SHIPS
  CAPTURED IN THE BATTLE BETWEEN
  CLEOPATRA AND MARK ANTHONY AGAINST
  OCTAVIAN later to be CAESAR AUGUSTUS
        lat AUGUSTUS from AUGMENT
  lit+  NASO or PUBLIUS OVIDUS NASO or OVID
        HAD A "GOOD NOSE" FOR BEAUTY
  perhaps  PUZZLE relates to NOZZLE
           because it takes WIT to solve them
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