the aggregate of impressions arising from organic sensations that forms the basis of one’s awareness of body or bodily state, as the feeling of health, vigor, or lethargy.
(psychol) a variant spelling (esp US) of coenesthesia
(psychol) general awareness of one’s own body
cenesthesia ce·nes·the·si·a (sē’nĭs-thē’zhə)
The sensation caused by the normal functioning of the internal organs; a sense of conscious existence.
ce’nes·the’sic (-zĭk) adj.
abbreviation chartered engineer
Mont, a mountain pass between SE France and Italy, in the Alps. 6834 feet (2083 meters) high. Historical Examples noun Mont Cenis, a pass over the Graian Alps in SE France, between Lanslebourg (France) and Susa (Italy): nearby tunnel, opened in 1871. Highest point: 2082 m (6831 ft) Italian name Monte Cenisio (ˈmonte tʃeˈniːzjo)
Giovanni [jaw-vahn-nee] /dʒɔˈvɑn ni/ (Show IPA), (Cenni di Pepo) c1240–1302? Italian painter and mosaicist. Historical Examples noun Giovanni (dʒoˈvanni). ?1240–?1302, Italian painter of the Florentine school, who anticipated the movement, led by Giotto, away from the Byzantine tradition in art towards a greater naturalism
a member of a religious order living in a convent or community. Historical Examples noun a variant spelling of coenobite n. also coenobite, “member of a communal religious order,” 1630s, from Church Latin coenobita “a cloister brother,” from coenobium “a convent,” from Greek koinobion “life in community, monastery,” from koinos “common” (see coeno-) + bios […]