This is a Scots or Northern English word. It can mean peak, as in a hill or a cap:
Nanda Devi at dusk. Photo: By Sumod K Mohan - Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=61657012
photo by Canley
or the beak or a bird:
photo of a hawfinch by Andreas Overland
or the snout of an animal:
tapir, photo by Piotr29109s
or the nose of a person:
or, in fact, a projecting part of more or less anything.
A neb is so easy to spot that perhaps we should be trying to spot someone wearing a peaked hat pulled down over his or her nose standing on the top of a hill.
With a dog:
photo by Eugene0126jp
Spot the Frippet: neb. This word comes from the Old English nebb and is related to the German word Schnabel.