un percipient

percipient

[per-sip-ee-uhnt]
adjective
1.
perceiving or capable of perceiving.
2.
having perception; discerning; discriminating: a percipient choice of wines.
noun
3.
a person or thing that perceives.

Origin:
1655–65; < Latin percipient- (stem of percipiēns) present participle of percipere to take in, equivalent to per- per- + -cipi- combining form of present stem of capere to take + -ent- -ent

percipience, percipiency, noun
nonpercipience, noun
nonpercipiency, noun
nonpercipient, adjective
unpercipient, adjective
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percipient (pəˈsɪpɪənt)
 
adj
1.  able to perceive
2.  perceptive
 
n
3.  a person or thing that perceives
 
[C17: from Latin percipiens observing, from percipere to grasp; see perceive]
 
per'cipience
 
n
 
per'cipiently
 
adv

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