[sen-sawr-ee-uh m, -sohr-]
- a part of the brain or the brain itself regarded as the seat of sensation.
- the sensory apparatus of the body.
Origin of sensorium
1640–50; < Late Latin sēnsōrium, equivalent to Latin sent(īre) to feel + -tōrium -tory2, with tt > s
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But that the impassivity of the sensitive and intellective power is not similar, is evident in the sensoria and in sense.Library Of The World's Best Literature, Ancient And Modern, Vol. 2
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- the area of the brain considered responsible for receiving and integrating sensations from the outside world
- physiol the entire sensory and intellectual apparatus of the body
C17: from Late Latin, from Latin sēnsus felt, from sentīre to perceive
Word Origin and History for sensoria
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
- The part of the brain that receives and coordinates all the stimuli conveyed to various sensory centers.
- The sensory system of the body.