Medical Dictionary

chromesthesia

noun chrom·es·the·sia
variants: or chiefly British

chromaesthesia

\ˌkrō-mes-ˈthē-zh(ē-)ə\play

Medical Definition of chromesthesia

  1. :  synesthesia in which color is perceived in response to stimuli (as words or numbers) that contain no element of color—called also chromatism, color hearing


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