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sensum

[ sen-suhm ]
/ ˈsɛn səm /
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noun, plural sen·sa [sen-suh]. /ˈsɛn sə/.

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Origin of sensum

1915–20; noun use of Latin sēnsum, neuter of sēnsus, past participle of sentīre to feel; see sense
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British Dictionary definitions for sensum

sensum
/ (ˈsɛnsəm) /

noun plural -sa (-sə)

another word for sense datum
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