AEsthesia [AE]s*the"si*a, n. [Gr. ? sensation, fr. ? to perceive.] (Physiol.) Perception by the senses; feeling; -- the opposite of an[ae]sthesia. [1913 Webster]

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  • aesthesia — aesthesia; hy·po·aesthesia; crypt·aesthesia; …   English syllables

  • aesthesia — aesthesia, aesthesiometer, aesthesiometry, aesthesiophysiology chiefly Brit var of ESTHESIA, ESTHESIOMETER, ESTHESIOMETRY, ESTHESIOPHYSIOLOGY …   Medical dictionary

  • aesthesia — [es thē′zhə, es thē′zhē ə, es thēzē ə] n. alt. sp. of ESTHESIA …   English World dictionary

  • aesthesia — См. esthesia …   Dictionary of invertebrate zoology

  • aesthesia — /es thee zheuh, zhee euh, zee euh/, n. esthesia. Also, aesthesis /es thee sis/. * * * …   Universalium

  • aesthesia — noun The ability to perceive sensations See Also: anaesthesia …   Wiktionary

  • aesthesia — n. sensitivity, perceptivity; ability to feel …   English contemporary dictionary

  • aesthesia — /əsˈθiziə/ (say uhs theezeeuh), / ˈθiʒə/ (say theezhuh) noun sensitivity; feeling; perceptibility. Also, esthesia. {New Latin, from Greek aisthēsia perceptive state} Usage: For spelling variation see ae1 …   Australian English dictionary

  • aesthesia —   n. sensibility, sense perception …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • aesthesia — noun mental responsiveness and awareness • Syn: ↑sensibility, ↑esthesia • Ant: ↑insensibility (for: ↑sensibility) • Derivationally related forms: ↑sensible …   Useful english dictionary

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