cenesthesis

cenesthesia

[see-nuhs-thee-zhuh, -zhee-uh, -zee-uh, sen-uhs-]
noun Psychology.
Also, cenesthesis [see-nis-thee-sis, sen-is-] .
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coenesthesia

[see-nuhs-thee-zhuh, -zhee-uh, -zee-uh, sen-uhs-] .
noun Psychology.
the aggregate of impressions arising from organic sensations that forms the basis of one's awareness of body or bodily state, as the feeling of health, vigor, or lethargy.
Also, coenesthesis [see-nuhs-thee-sis, sen-uhs-] , cenesthesia, cenesthesis.


Origin:
1880–85; coen(o)- + esthesia

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cenesthesia (ˌsiːnɪsˈθiːzɪə)
 
n
psychol a variant spelling (esp US) of coenesthesia

coenesthesia, cenesthesia, coenesthesis or cenesthesis (ˌsiːnɪsˈθiːzɪə, ˌsiːnɪsˈθiːsɪs)
 
n
psychol general awareness of one's own body
 
cenesthesia, cenesthesia, coenesthesis or cenesthesis
 
n
 
coenesthesis, cenesthesia, coenesthesis or cenesthesis
 
n
 
cenesthesis, cenesthesia, coenesthesis or cenesthesis
 
n
 
coenesthetic, cenesthesia, coenesthesis or cenesthesis
 
adj
 
cenesthetic, cenesthesia, coenesthesis or cenesthesis
 
adj

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cenesthesia ce·nes·the·si·a (sē'nĭs-thē'zhə)
n.
The sensation caused by the normal functioning of the internal organs; a sense of conscious existence.


ce'nes·the'sic (-zĭk) adj.
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