Definition of Bewusstseinslage
: a state of consciousness or a feeling devoid of sensory components
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Origin and Etymology of bewusstseinslage
German, from bewusstsein consciousness (from bewusst conscious—past participle of bewissen to know, from be- + wissen to know, from Old High German wizzan—+ sein being, from sein to be, from Old High German sīn) + lage situation, from Old High German lāga act of laying; akin to Old High German ligen to lie — more at wit, is, lie
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