sensibilia

plural noun
sen·si·bil·ia | \ˌsen(t)-sə-ˈbi-lē-ə, -ˈbil-yə\

Definition of sensibilia 

: what may be sensed

First Known Use of sensibilia

circa 1678, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for sensibilia

Late Latin, from neuter plural of Latin sensibilis sensible

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