|kuono englanniksi||muzzle fi, nose fi, snout fi|
*: Thou shalt not muzzle the ox when he treadeth out the corn.
*: Man is brow-beaten, leashed, muzzled, masked, and lashed by boards and councils, by leagues and societies, by church and state.
*: The bear muzzles and smells to him.
: ux|en|She has a cold in the nose.
*: We submerged very slowly and without headway more than sufficient to keep her nose in the right direction, and as we went down, I saw outlined ahead of us the black opening in the great cliff.
: ux|en|the nose of a tea-kettle, a bellows, or a fighter plane
: ux|en|Red Rum only won by a nose.
*: We are not offended with a dog for a better nose than his master.
: ux|en|It is essential that a winetaster develops a good nose.
: ux|en|A successful reporter has a nose for news.
: The ship nosed through the minefield.
: She was nosing around other people’s business.
*: If you find him not within
*: this month, you shall nose him as you go up the
*: stairs into the lobby.
*: lambs ... nosing the mothers udder
: to nose a prayer
: to nose a stair tread
: The pig rooted around in the dirt with its snout.
: His glasses kept slipping further down onto his prominent snout.
: If you place the snout right into the bucket, it wont spray as much.
*: (Bob, p. 55:) Charlie was the most vicious screw on the block ... He caught me with the two ounces of snout right in my hand, caught me by the hair, and swung me round in the exercise yard ...
*: (Spider, p. 175:) She brings me snout and sweets, and sometimes a cake from Mum.
*: LIZ. I only got one left. / FRED (calls). Get us some snout. / MIKE. Five or ten?
*: Also he was "doing his nut" for some "snout." I said I would provide cigarettes.
*: Raymond rolled a neat cigarette. "What about some snout, then?" "No, thanks." He laughed. Smoke drifted from his open mouth.