kinesthesia definition

  • noun:
    • The sense that detects physical position, fat, or movement of muscles, muscles, and bones.
    • Sensation or perception of motion.
    • proprioception or fixed place good sense; the perception for the place and pose associated with human anatomy; also, much more broadly, such as the movement for the human body aswell.
    • See kinæsthesia.
    • the capability to feel moves of limbs and body
    • the perception of human anatomy place and movement and muscular tensions etc
  • others:
    • See kinaesthesia, kinaesthesis, and kinaesthetic.

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