coenesthesia

noun coe·nes·the·sia \ˌsēnesˈthēzh(ē)ə, ˌsen-\
variants: or

coenesthesis

\-thēsə̇s\ or

cenesthesia

\-thēzh(ē)ə\

Definition of coenesthesia

plural

coenesthesias

\-əz\ or

coenestheses

\-ēˌsēz\ or

cenesthesias

\-əz\
  1. :  the general feeling of inhabiting one's body that arises from multiple stimuli from various bodily organs

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Origin and Etymology of coenesthesia

New Latin, from coen- + esthesia, esthesis


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