n. The special organ of the sense of smell, formed by modifications of certain bones and fleshy parts of the face, its cavities, or fossæ, freely communicable with the cavities of the mouth and lungs, and hence also concerned in respiration, the utterance of words or vocal sounds, and taste.n. Hence The sense of smell; the faculty of smelling, or the exercise of that faculty; scent; olfaction.n. Something supposed to resemble a nose.n. An informer.To smell; scent.To face; oppose to the face.To utter in a nasal manner; twang through the nose.To touch, feel, or examine with the nose; toss or rub with the nose.To smell; sniff.To pry curiously or in a meddlesome way.In coal-mining. See the quotation.n. A Middle English form of noise.n. n. In golf, the extreme end of a club opposite the neck or heel.In forestry, to round off the end of (a log) in order to make it drag or slip more easily. Also called snipe.