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sensum

noun sen·sum \ˈsen(t)-səm\
plural sen·sa \-sə\

Definition of SENSUM

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Origin of SENSUM

Medieval Latin, from Latin, neuter of sensus, past participle of sentire to feel — more at sense
First Known Use: 1868

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