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Forms: sensi (data provider: donatus-sup), senso (data provider: donatus-sup)
Baretti: A dictionary of the English and Italian languages
Sénso, s. m.
1. sense, the faculty or power by which external objects are perceived; 2. the act of such faculty; 3. sensation; 4. the senses, the organs of such faculty; 5. sensibility, delicacy;6. sense, meaning, signification. Il — d'una parola, the sense or meaning of a word;7. sense, wit, judgment. Un uomo di alti sensi, a man of great sense or judgment. — comune, common sense; 8. the anus; 9. sensuality, appetite, libertinism. Esser in suo —,to be in one's senses. Uscir dal —, to lose one's wits. 10. clause, formular. Piaceri del —, carnal pleasures.
Florio: a worlde of wordes, or most copious, dictionarie in Italian and English
senso: the sence of man. Also the sence or meaning of any thing. Also wit, reason, feeling sence, conceit, iudgement, percciuing. Also what is known by sence.