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घ्राणपुटक ghrANapuTaka nostril
नासिका f. nAsikA nostril
नासापुट m. nAsApuTa nostril
नस्र m. nasra nostril
फण m. phaNa nostril
नासाविरोक m. nAsAviroka nostril
श्वसनरन्ध्र n. zvasanarandhra nostril
नासिकास्रोतस् n. nAsikAsrotas nostril
नासारन्ध्र n. nAsArandhra nostril
नासाछिद्र n. nAsAchidra nostril
छूरिका f. chUrikA cow's nostril
प्राणरन्ध्र n. prANarandhra mouth or a nostril
प्रप्रोथ m. praprotha nostrils of a horse
प्रोथ m.n. protha nostrils of a horse
पौतिनासिक्य n. pautinAsikya fetor of the nostrils
स्थूरिका f. sthUrikA nostril of a barren cow
सुपुट adj. supuTa having beautiful nostrils
नालिनी f. nAlinI mystic. name of one nostril
नलिनी f. nalinI name of one of the nostrils
पृथुप्रोथ adj. pRthuprotha having broad or wide nostrils
उद्घात m. udghAta breathing through the nostrils
उच्छिङ्खन n. ucchiGkhana breathing through the nostrils
स्वर m. svara air breathed through the nostrils
लालिका f. lAlikA rope round the nostrils of a horse
नासावामावर्त m. nAsAvAmAvarta wearing the nose-ring in the left nostril
नासादक्ष्णावर्त m. nAsAdakSNAvarta wearing the nose-ring in the right nostril
रेचक m. recaka expelling the breath out of one of the nostrils
कुम्भ m. kumbha closing the nostrils and mouth so as to suspend breathing [yogic exercise]
कुम्भक m.n. kumbhaka stopping the breath by shutting the mouth and closing the nostrils with the fingers of the right hand
पूरक m. pUraka act of closing the right nostril with the forefinger and then drawing up air through the left and then closing the left nostril and drawing up air through the right. [yogic breathing excercise]
पूरक m. pUraka act of closing the right nostril with the forefinger and then drawing up air through the left and then closing the left nostril and drawing up air through the right. [yogic breathing excercise]