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aeroscepsy

[ air-uh-skep-see ]
/ ˈɛər əˌskɛp si /
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noun Zoology.
perception of atmospheric conditions, as the perception of odors by the antennae of insects.
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Also aer·o·scep·sis [air-oh-skep-sis]. /ˌɛər oʊˈskɛp sɪs/.

Origin of aeroscepsy

1825–35; aero- + -scepsy<Greek sképsis observation, perception, equivalent to skep- (stem of sképtesthai to observe, examine; cf. skeptic) + -sis-sis
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