The term “sense” originates from the Latin word “sensus,” which means “feeling,” “perception,” or “sensation.” This word is derived from “sentire,” meaning “to feel” or “to perceive.” In English, “sense” refers to the faculty by which the body perceives external stimuli (such as sight, hearing, smell, taste, and touch), as well as the ability to understand or judge something. It also pertains to a particular meaning or interpretation of a word, phrase, or situation.