that part of oneself that one thinks, senses, and feels with; mind, soul. This is not confined to people. Some animals, especially pets, have this, too. Some also attribute senārre to plants and rocks. Soul is a better translation than mind, but neither is quite correct.

3 Replies to “senārre”

  1. I think the Egyptian conception of the ka was kind of like a combination of senārre and sārena (though I’m uncertain if animals had a ka… For some reason I was never very interested in the culture: I just wanted to learn the language).

  2. Understood. Like I said, this multiple types of soul thing came to me via a novel that claimed it was a Chinese idea.

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