- Latin simus, Ancient Greek σιμός (simos, "flat-nosed, snub-nosed") . (Wiktionary)
“There was another negro, hanging-handed, simous-faced, who had, in a fit of jealousy, blown two heads off by letting loose both barrels at once of his heavily charged shotgun ... the heads were his wife's ... and her lover's.”
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