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1Chiefly Psychology and Linguistics. Tactile and kinaesthetic sensation; touch, especially as a means of nonverbal communication; the study of this.
2Technology that provides a user interface based on the stimulation of the senses of touch and movement (kinaesthesia); the branch of science or engineering concerned with such technology.
Mid 18th century. From post-classical Latin haptice from ancient Greek ἁπτικός + post-classical Latin -e, suffix forming feminine nouns: see -ic.
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