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Nose in Spanish 🇪🇸

in English in Spanish S
nose nariz
How to say “nose” in Spanish? “Nariz”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “nariz” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on nose in Spanish like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Normal speech: nah-REES
IPA: naˈɾiθ

8 months ago

cultural referece

In Spanish folklore, there is a character called “El Nariz” or “El Gran Simón” who has an abnormally large nose.

9 months ago


“Meter las narices” which means “to stick one’s nose in” or interfere in someone else’s business

9 months ago


From the Latin “naris” meaning “nostril”

9 months ago

nariz info.

Tips to remember the word:
– Relate “nariz” to “nose” by thinking of the phrase “Needs A Rise” as noses are often prominent on faces and “rise” out.
– Visualize the “z” in “nariz” as a side profile of a nose with a loop at the bottom, like a cartoon nose.
– Think of “Nariz” as Na (Sodium) plus riz (which sounds like “rice”) — sodium (salt) can make your nose run, like eating spicy rice.

– “Nariz” is a singular noun in Spanish that designates the organ responsible for the sense of smell and breathing.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Tabique nasal” refers specifically to the nasal septum, but can sometimes be colloquially used to refer to the nose.
– “Fosas nasales” refers to the nasal passages or nostrils.

Alternate meanings like slang:
– “Meter la nariz” is an idiomatic expression meaning to be nosy or to meddle in other people’s business.

Examples of sentences that use it:
– “Ella se rompió la nariz jugando al fútbol.” (She broke her nose playing soccer.)
– “Tiene la nariz tapada porque está resfriado.” (He has a stuffy nose because he is cold.)
– “No metas tu nariz donde no te llaman.” (Don’t stick your nose where it’s not called for.)
– “Los perfumes tienen olores que agradan al olfato de la nariz.” (The perfumes have scents that please the sense of smell of the nose.)

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