nosu

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Lower Sorbian[edit]

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nosu

  1. locative singular of nos

Old English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Germanic *nusō, from Proto-Indo-European *nās-, lengthened-grade of Proto-Indo-European *nas- (nose), *néh₂s-.

Germanic cognates: Old Frisian nose (West Frisian noas), Middle Dutch nōse (Dutch neus), Old High German nasa (German Nase), Old Norse nǫs (Swedish nos).

Other Indo-European cognates: Latin nāsus, Sanskrit नासा (nāsā), Old Church Slavonic носъ (nosŭ), Serbo-Croatian nos, Lithuanian nósis.

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Noun[edit]

nosu f (nominative plural nose or nosa)

  1. nose

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