pl. -·ri·ums or -·ria
- Historical the seat of physical sensation in the brain
- the whole sensory apparatus of the body
Origin of sensoriumLate Latin ; from Classical Latin sensus, sense
nounpl. sen·so·ri·ums or sen·so·ri·a
- The part of the brain that receives and coordinates all the stimuli conveyed to various sensory centers.
- The entire sensory system of the body.
Origin of sensoriumLate Latin s&emacron;ns&omacron;rium, organ of sensation, from Latin s&emacron;nsus, sense; see sense.