schnozzola


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schnozz

slang A nose. Originally from Yiddish. I think I broke my schnozz when I fell off my bike. Wow, would you look at the size of that guy's schnozz?

schnozzola

slang A nose, especially on that is larger than average. Originally derived from Yiddish. Wow, would you look at the size of that guy's schnozzola? I know she used to get bullied in school for her schnozzola, so I'm not terribly surprised she decided to have some work done on it.
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schnozz

and schnozzle and schnozzola and shnozz (ʃnɑz and ʃnɑzlæ and ʃnɑˈzolə and ʃnɑz)
n. the nose. (From German Schnauze via Yiddish.) Look at the schnozz on that guy!

schnozzola

verb
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