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ˈlaɪ mən; ˈlɪm ə nəli·men

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. threshold, limennoun

    the smallest detectable sensation

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  1. limennoun

    a threshhold, especially the point where a psychological or physiological effect begins to occur.

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  1. Limen

    In physiology, psychology, or psychophysics, a limen or a liminal point is a sensory threshold of a physiological or psychological response. It is the boundary of perception. On one side of a limen (or threshold) a stimulus is perceivable, on the other side it is not.Liminal, as an adjective, means situated at a sensory threshold, hence barely perceptible. Subliminal means below perception. The absolute threshold is the lowest amount of sensation detectable by a sense organ.

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  1. limen

    Limen, often used in psychology, refers to the threshold of a physiological or psychological response. It is the minimum level of stimulation required to activate a response or trigger a sensation. Additionally, in architecture, limen can refer to a threshold or doorway.

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  1. Limen

    In physiology, psychology, or psychophysics, a limen or a liminal point is a threshold of a physiological or psychological response. Liminal, as an adjective, means situated at a sensory threshold, hence barely perceptible. The absolute threshold is the lowest amount of sensation detectable by a sense organ.

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of limen in Chaldean Numerology is: 9

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of limen in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8


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